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Shift Happens When You Influence
Shift Happens When You Influence
This presentation will offer three specific objectives for the participant to walk away with:
1. A human behavior model that will enhance their ability to influence transaction in the moment.
2. A specific language and behaviors to look for and use when applying the model.
3. Initial steps to utilizing and applying concepts to increase effectiveness as an influencer in the organization.
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(Tuesday) 11:20 am - 1:20 pm
Norris Conference Center
618 NW Loop 410
2019 Spring Learning Event Immigration: Economic Realities and Workplace Opportunities Tuesday, April 9th, 6 to 8 pm Vista Room, 4th floor, Central Academic Building @ A&M One University
2019 Spring Learning Event
Immigration: Economic Realities and Workplace Opportunities
Tuesday, April 9th, 6 to 8 pm
Vista Room, 4th floor,
Central Academic Building @ A&M
One University Way, San Antonio, TX 78224
The Learning Event is a SHRM@A&M-SA project in partnership with the College of Business, and the San Antonio Human Resource Management Association (SAHRMA). The event is FREE and will be live, streamed, and recorded. 2.0 HRCI re-certification credits and SHRM Professional Development Credits are pending approval. Streaming information is available at: SHRM@tamusa.edu.
Our panelists will include:
- Rogelio Saenz PhD, College of Public Policy, UTSA discussing the scholar perspective on the role of immigration to the American story.
- Caroline Tang JD, Immigration Attorney, Ogletree Deakins discussing the immigration legal landscape and implications for employers.
- Rebecca Peters JD, SHRM Director, Policy Engagement discussing the Society for Human Resource Management position on immigration to the U.S. Congress, White House and federal agencies.
- Lisa Marie Gomez, San Antonio Chamber of Commerce discussing the role of immigration and its implications to business in Texas.
The 2019 Spring Learning Event is the 9th in a continuing series of Learning Events and has been selected by President’s Commission on Equity as one of several campus presentations included during the April 8th & 9th Spring Diversity Forum.
(Tuesday) 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
THEME This year's conference will focus on "A LOOK INTO THE FUTURE OF HR" and will bring together HR professionals, regional
This year’s conference will focus on “A LOOK INTO THE FUTURE OF HR” and will bring together HR professionals, regional community and business leaders, and students in a collaborative and friendly atmosphere.
The Keynote Speaker for this year’s conference will be Quendrida Whitemore, “Coach Quen“. We have also confirmed other outstanding speakers and topics as well.
Early bird registration of $99 ends on March 11th so REGISTER TODAY at https://cthrma.shrm.org. The price will increase to $149 beginning March 12th. For additional information or questions, please see the attached flyer or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you know of any businesses that would like to register as a sponsor for this event, OR if your business would like to become a sponsor, please see the attached Sponsorship Levels or visit our website at https://cthrma.shrm.org.
All Day (Thursday)
Texas SHRM Student Conference & Games to be held April 12-13 at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. Deadline to register by March 18th Given the success of last year’s conference we have decided
Texas SHRM Student Conference & Games to be held April 12-13 at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. Deadline to register by March 18th
Given the success of last year’s conference we have decided to build out this year’s event to include various elements to allow more students to attend. Below is a high-level agenda of these activities.
High Level Agenda
Friday April 12th
- Afternoon Student Leadership Strategy Summit (for Officers)
- Evening Networking Event
Saturday April 13th
- Student Conference, to include keynote speakers, breakout sessions, & networking
- Student Games – for registered competitors
What is the cost? There is no cost to attendees. Students/schools will be responsible for your transportation and lodging.
Where can we stay? Rooms have been held for reservation at the follow hotels.
- La Quinta Inn & Suites Waco Downtown – Baylor – 1 Bear Place #98006, Waco, TX 76798
- Group rate $149/night
- Make reservations at 1-866-527-1498: Group name “SHRM Student Competition, Reservation Block 697916″
- Deadline to reserve rooms at this rate – March 22nd
- Hilton Garden Inn Waco – 5800 Legend Lake Pkwy, Waco, TX 76712
- Group rate $165/night
- call 1-800-HILTONS: Group name “SHRM Student Competition”
- Deadline to reserve rooms at this rate – March 12th
Who should register?
- Everyone is eligible to register for the Conference on Saturday.
- The networking event on Friday is is open to all attendees.
- The Friday afternoon leadership summit is for current and/or newly elected officers for the student chapter.
- Student chapters should determine who will compete in the games and register accordingly.
Thank you to DallasHR, Capriccio HR, & Simon Paschal for your support of the 2019 Student Games!
12 (Friday) 8:00 am - 13 (Saturday) 5:00 am
Understanding HR Dysfunction John Grubbs More details to come. Click here to register. Pending approval for 1 hour SHRM-PCD and 1 hour general HRCI credits.
Understanding HR Dysfunction
More details to come.
Click here to register.
Pending approval for 1 hour SHRM-PCD and 1 hour general HRCI credits.
(Thursday) 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
United Way of Smith County
911 South Broadway
Please note that all chapter presidents and members of their board are invited to attend this one day event. The Friday meeting will be at the The
Please note that all chapter presidents and members of their board are invited to attend this one day event.
The Friday meeting will be at the The Paris Golf and Country Club located at 5335 FM 195 Paris, Texas 75462
We have a block of rooms at The Hampton Inn in Paris, TX at $129.00 + TAX.
Call the hotel at 903.784.6536 to make reservations. Make sure they mention you are with Texas SHRM.
There will be a “welcome” event on Thursday, May 2nd from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at The Loft @ one-twenty three located at 123 Clarksville Street in Downtown Paris. We hope you will plan to attend.
(Friday) 8:00 am - 5:00 am
Love Civic Center
Eight West Plaza
Our workforce is full of radical disruptions from AI, to multi-generations, to a changing Employee Value Proposition, so how can we use Total Rewards to attract
- Define Total Rewards and learn how can you educate your employees on their value
- Discover innovative strategies to leverage Total Rewards for large or small organizations
- Learn how to repackage Total Rewards for a multi-generation workforce
About the Presenters
This presentation will be led by three leaders in the HR Field in Dallas and moderated by Mike Pierce, Employee Benefits Consultant with Gallagher.
Vice President, Human Resources
MD Human Resources
FedEx Office Print & Ship Services Inc.
Corporate HR Director
Quest Events, LLC
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(Wednesday) 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
North Texas SHRM is gearing up for its Annual Conference scheduled for Thursday and Friday, May 16 and 17 at the Embassy
North Texas SHRM is gearing up for its Annual Conference scheduled for Thursday and Friday, May 16 and 17 at the Embassy Suites Hotel by Hilton Denton Conference Center. The two-day conference offers 14 SHRM and HRCI recertification credits, with 6 of those being strategic!
Attendees may register for one or both days; Thursday’s presentations will be beneficial for not only HR professionals, but also for business owners or managers at any level. The conference offers an excellent speaker line-up including a few familiar faces to the SHRM community: Mike Coffey, President of Imperative Bulletproof Background Checks, who is also the conference’s Diamond Sponsor, Bruce Waller, VP of Corporate Relocation for Armstrong Relocation and North Texas SHRM chapter’s district director, Kristine Conway and many more. Over the course of two days, we’ll cover hot topics such as discussing criminal history with applicants, servant leadership, gender equity, leading without a title and many more!
Register by May 1 for a $75 early-bird discount and a chance to win a $100 gift card. There is also a group discount (Register 3 people, and get the 4th one free)! You may register and pay online, and see a complete line-up of speakers and their topics at www.ntxshrm.org.
Each year, North Texas SHRM hosts this conference to raise money for scholarships for students majoring in human resources, and for professionals pursuing an HR certification.
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16 (Thursday) 7:30 am - 17 (Friday) 5:00 pm
Get a Crash Course in HR at DallasHR's Two Day Seminar Jim Vance, SPHR Offered twice in 2019! This
Get a Crash Course in HR at DallasHR’s Two Day Seminar
Jim Vance, SPHR
Offered twice in 2019! This critically acclaimed business seminar is a two-day program that provides an opportunity to gain the legal knowledge and practical skills to help individuals new to the HR field. The program is paced for anyone with new HR responsibilities , including non-HR managers and supervisors, department secretaries, administrators, administrative assistants, or anyone with an interest in gaining HR knowledge and skills. Benefits include:
Gain a thorough understanding of accepted HR policies and procedures and employment law.
Acquire tools to protect your organization from serious risk.
Develop skills that will increase your value to your department and organization.
This two-day program provides proven, practical applied employment law and effective HR practice education that quickly provides the tools you need in a format you can relate to. We’ve organized this course to give you what you’ve been looking for — clear, concise information that gives you the practical do’s and don’ts of smart employee management. In a few enjoyable hours, you’ll not only know the steps that help keep an employer out of trouble, you’ll understand why best practice makes sense.
Day One: The Layperson’s Short Course on Applied Employment Law will cover:
- The Legal Arena and the Evolution of Employment Law
- Employment-at-will and Its Exception
- Discrimination — What It Is, What It Is Not
- The Do’s & Dont’s of Interviews, Ads, Applications and Offers
- The Alphabet Soup of HR — From the VII to FMLA
- Expressed & Implied Contracts and Their Impact on Employment-at-will Case Law, Civil Law and Burden of Proof
- Performance Improvement, Disciplinary Action and Risk Management
- Sexual Harassment
- Defamation & False Light — Avoiding the Tarnished Reputation
- Termination — The Art of Parting Gracefully
- Record Keeping 101 — A Strategy to Provide Notice
- Exempt & Non-Exempt Designations and Their Impact
- The How and Why of Effective Investigations
- Strategies for Avoiding Invasion of Privacy
Day Two: Understanding the Process of Effective HR Practice will provide an in-depth look at the following areas of recruiting:
- The Business Process and Business Cycles — How They Impact a Company’s HR Needs
- The Evolution of the HR Profession
- An Overview of Core HR Competencies
- Relationship Development — Strategies for Providing “Valued” Value
- Recruiting & Retention
- Compensation & Benefit Issues and Answers
- Training & Development
- Record Keeping — An Outline of What to Keep and Commonly Accepted Record Retention Strategy
- Risk Management — Policy, Safety and Fairness
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The seminar is approved for 6 HR (General) HRCI recertification credit hours per day toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR through the HR Certification Institute.
july 29 (Monday) - 30 (Tuesday)
5001 Lyndon B Johnson Fwy, Ste. 800
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Early Bird registration is now open.
Register by 04/18/2019 and save 10%.
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(Friday) 7:00 am - 5:00 pm
Hyatt Regency Austin
208 Barton Springs Rd, Austin, TX 78704, USA