Additional Educational Opportunities

When:
Sunday, October 21  08:30 AM - 05:00 PM
Recertification Credit:
7.50 SHRM PDCs
Audience:
Mid-Level

*This program requires preregistration. Additional fees apply.

Program Overview

Managing change is becoming a major focal point for HR professionals as organizations continue to adapt to an ever-changing workplace. In this one day, experiential seminar utilizing the SHRM Foundation's Effective Practice Guidelines paper on Leading Effective Change, you will use a variety of resources to simulate a change initiative in a realistic work environment. Interact with other students through true-to-life group discussions, problem solving via a case study, hypothesis testing, rework, and coaching in a safe learning atmosphere with an experienced change management professional. Gain access to a change management tool-kit to reinforce and continue the learning experience outside the classroom.

Program Objectives

This program is designed to provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to:

  • Identify and apply appropriate prescriptive models to change initiatives
  • Learn guidelines and techniques for designing, facilitating, and sustaining change
When:
Sunday, October 21  08:30 AM - 05:00 PM
Recertification Credit:
7.50 SHRM PDCs
Audience:
Mid-Level

*This program requires preregistration. Additional fees apply.

Program Overview

Develop successful inclusion and diversity practices and strategies for your organization. Explore programs, policies and best practices for achieving equity and diversity objectives. Discover the links between diversity, human capital and business strategy implementation, and organizational performance.

Program Objectives

This program is designed to provide the knowledge and skills necessary to:

  • Develop a diversity strategy that fosters inclusion across the organization
  • Gain stakeholder support by using metrics to build credibility for HR initiatives
  • Learn a framework for building credible diversity and inclusion initiatives
  • Determine key metrics for diversity and inclusion efforts
  • Establish diversity training that moves beyond compliance
When:
Sunday, October 21  08:30 AM - 05:00 PM
Recertification Credit:
7.50 SHRM PDCs
Audience:
Mid-Level

*This program requires preregistration. Additional fees apply.

Program Overview

At a time when harassment is taking center stage, it is imperative that HR professionals lead and foster a positive and healthy culture. How do we cultivate inclusive and respectful behavior? How do we define our corporate culture and what is acceptable? How do we demonstrate the credibility of our compliance processes and training?

Join HR leaders, like yourself, in this in-depth learning and discussion experience that stretches far beyond compliance. Learn to lead your organization toward a culture grounded in mutual respect. Discuss components of a comprehensive workplace harassment prevention program to foster a positive and respectful work environment to counter harassment and bullying incidents.

Program Objectives

This program is designed to provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to:

  • Lead workplace discussions around creating a positive, inclusive culture
  • Discover what part culture plays in harassment, bullying, and retaliation in the workplace
  • Apply federal, state, and local laws that address harassment
  • Establish an investigation and appeal process for harassment claims
  • Build an effective harassment training program for leadership, managers, and employees