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    • February 01, 2024
    • 8:00 AM
    • August 15, 2024
    • 9:30 AM
    • Virtual
    Registration is closed


    The Texas SHRM LeadHRs program is designed to equip participants with essential leadership skills, enhancing their capabilities in their professional careers, within their SHRM chapters, and as volunteers for Texas SHRM serving the HR community.

    Participants in the LeadHRs program will gain insights into diverse aspects of leadership. The program focuses on teaching effective methods for team development, cultivating a desired organizational or SHRM chapter culture, and mastering the art of leading change management initiatives.

    Click here to learn more about this opportunity currently offered to 2024 Texas Chapter Presidents & President-Elects!

    Module 1 - What is Leadership?
    Module 2 - Setting Direction / Strategic Planning
    Module 3 - Situational Leadership and Motivation
    Module 4 - Creating the Culture You Want
    Module 5 - Building an Effective Team
    Module 6 - Project Planning

    Click here to download the agenda + program overview.

    LEADHRS participants will be expected to:

    • view webinars either live or independently *
    • view the application assignment overview to assist with understanding and completion +
    • connect with their coach prior to the guided group discussion
    • attend and participate in the guided group discussions with seasoned HR professionals / coaches *

    Texas SHRM is offering this exclusive program at a discounted rate to assist chapter leaders with extensive knowledge on becoming better leaders. With a program value of $3,000, Texas SHRM is excited to offer this course for $500 total. (Should this be a hardship for you, please reach out to the Texas SHRM office regarding a payment plan.)

    Attendance is limited, submit your application early.

    Registration deadline: January 31, 2024

    * While participation in each of these activities is highly encouraged, those with an * will be recorded and can be viewed independently if necessary. Estimated time dedication:  Six modules each with a 90-minute webinar, 30-minute application work, 60-minute 1:1 coaching session and a 90-minute group discussion equals 4.5 hours per module for a program total of 27-30 hours.

    + Application of homework Overview – Optional (in-person and recording)

    Additional information:
    Also note that this leadership program qualifies for 9 hours of SHRM/HRCI professional development credits (PDC).  The minimum to graduate from this program is to attend or view 100% of all the webinar modules. 

    • March 01, 2024
    • TBA

    What You Need When You Need It: Relevant and Timely Strategic HR Support Made to Your Order
    Presented by: Kristine Conway
    During this meetingyou can expect a morning of meaningful networking and facilitated strategic exercises customized for the HR executive who wants to increase their impact.
    The event includes:

    • Large group discussions to explore the bigger picture of common challenges and opportunities.
    • Smaller sessions allow the dialog to dig deeper to reveal root causes and shared leverage points. 
    • The identification of individual actionable next steps.

    Participants will contribute strategic insights to support their peers and collectively shape the 2024 DallasHR Executive Development Path. 

    To learn more and to register for this event, click here.

    • March 05, 2024
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • New Horizon Vineyard, 4301 Dalrock Rd, Rowlett, TX 75088

    DFW Labor and Housing Market Outlook
    Presented by Dr. Mallory Vachon & Jay Denton

    The labor market has been in a constant state of disruption for the past four years, but DFW has remained one of the top destinations for new jobs. This year brings a different set of challenges as the economy continues to try to find balance. Headline numbers indicate a very healthy economy and job market, but it does not feel that way for many individuals and businesses. Additionally, the performance of the housing market is very important to the growth of our metroplex; and the trends have been volatile to say the least, with broader implications for hiring and compensation. Join this session to hear two local chief economists share their perspectives on DFW’s labor and housing markets and what to expect in the year ahead.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Strongest industries for job growth in DFW
    • Why the labor market feels different than what you hear and read
    • Wage and turnover trends
    • Trends for housing, the highest personal expense of your employees

    To learn more and to register for this event, click here.

    • March 05, 2024
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Virtual
    DallasHR hosts two 9-week test prep courses in the Spring and fall each year.  This test prep course helps prepare participants to take the certification exams for both HRCI (PHR or SPHR) and SHRM certifications (SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP).  The HR Certification Test Prep Course provides a high-level overview of the knowledge and skills necessary to accomplish the goal of certification. This includes:
    • The Body of Applied Skills & Knowledge required for each exam
    • The competencies that will be assessed on the exam
    • Test taking tips, strategies and practice examples
    • The opportunity to partner with others in this endeavor, sharing knowledge, expertise and resources
    Topics covered throughout the course: 
    • Certification Process Overview
    • Strategy
    • HR Development
    • Workforce Planning & Employment
    • Total Rewards | Compensation
    • Total Rewards | Benefits
    • Employee & Labor Relations
    • Risk Management

    Classes are from March 5, 2024 - April 30, 2024.

    To learn more and to register for this event, click here.

    • March 06, 2024
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Dead Fish Grill 2207 Lake Rd Belton, TX

    SPEAKER

    Dr. James Baird


    PRESENTATION SUMMARY

    Much has been said about what constitutes an excellent leader. But what does a horrible leader look like? And how do aspiring leaders avoid becoming one? Unfortunately, this is a time in which horrible leaders thrive; they perform unethical and despicable acts every day in business. This narrative discusses what horrible leaders do, how they act, and how their minds work. 

    SPEAKER BIO

    Dr. James Baird has a Ph.D. in Business with an emphasis in Organizational Management and a Specialization in Leadership from Capella University with distinction. He also has earned a Master of Business Administration with a specialization in Healthcare Management in 2001 from the University of Phoenix with honors. He is a Certified Allied Health Instructor and a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.  With more than thirty years of clinical, administrative, management, and leadership experience in the health care field, as well as twenty years of leadership & teaching experience at the College level, Dr. Baird is considered by many a Leadership expert. He owns and runs his own consulting firm, Baird Consulting and Motivational Speaking, having completed many projects on curriculum revision and review for such educational institutions as Excelsior College, Franklin College, Vista College, Walden University, University of Phoenix, Vista College, Southwest University and Kaplan College as well as general business consulting.  He has also completed such projects as Nursing Engagement Research with Las Palmas Medical Center, Decision-Making among EMS Personnel in El Paso County, in conjunction with Las Palmas Medical Center and University of Texas at El Paso.  In the spring of 2012, he was chosen to present at the 4th Annual University of Phoenix Assessment Expo on Student Feedback and Engagement where he received a commendation for best presentation.  In June 2012 Dr. Baird Presented on Employee Engagement and Empowerment with West Texas Federal Probation Department and presented his research findings before the State of Texas Federal Probation at the Capitol Building in Austin, Texas. Also, in 2012 he presented at the El Paso Human Resources Management Association quarterly meeting on leadership and at Project Bravo on customer service. In 2013 Dr. Baird presented at the yearly symposium for the American Administrative Professionals Association on Dealing with Difficult People He also presented at the Southern Association of Human Resource Professionals on leadership in San Antonio, Tx in May 2013. In April of 2014 he presented at the Texas Human Resources Management Association conference in San Antonio, TX on leadership. In June of 2014 he presented at the Academic Forum in San Francisco, CA on Leadership Amidst Chaos. In 2015 he presented at Southwest University on Engaging Students in Learning. In October of 2016 he presented his research on Horrible Leaders at the SHRM conference in Fort Worth, TX. Dr. Baird is also a published author in several peered reviewed journals, most recently in the Impact Journal of Business Management in June 2019. He also published his book on Leadership in 2018 on Amazon. He earned Instructor of the year at Southwest University in 2019.  In February 2020 he presented in San Antonio at the South Texas SHRM conference where he presented his research on Leading Teams. In January of 2021 Dr. Baird’s paper on Leadership, Organizational Psychology, and Culture was published in The International Journal of Humanities, Arts, Medicine and Sciences. In April of 2022 Dr. Baird’s paper on Leadership Behavior Traits and Ethics was published in the International Journal of Education and Science. In February 2022 Dr. Baird presented his research on Leadership, Organizational Psychology, and Culture at the South Texas SHRM conference in San Antonio, TX. In September of 2022 Dr. Baird presented his research on A Composite of a Successful Leader in the 21st Century at the American Council of Engineering Companies in San Antonio, TX. In November of 2022 Dr. Baird was a Faculty panelist for a seminar hosted by the Accrediting Council of Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).  In 2022 Dr. Baird was appointed to be a part of the Southwest University Institutional Review Board. In February of 2023 Dr. Baird presented his research on Horrible Leaders in Amarillo, TX to the Texas Pan Handle Society of Human Resources Management. According to Academia.com Dr. Baird's published papers have been cited and referenced over 560 times. In 2023 Dr. Baird’s paper on Multigenerational Leadership was published in the International Journal of Management. Dr. Baird’s book on “How to be a Successful Leader in the 21st Century” is on Amazon.com. In 2023 Dr. Baird has been teaching at the College level for 24 years.

    Click here to learn more and register
    • March 20, 2024
    • 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
    • 7-Eleven Headquarters, 3200 Hackberry Rd., Irving, TX 75019

    DEI in a Modern World: Navigating the Changing Landscape of Inclusion

    Are you ready to explore the strategies that winning organizations employ to navigate the shifting DEI terrain and unlock the full potential of inclusive workplaces? Understanding how to proactively meet evolving employee expectations while enhancing accountability across HR, business leaders, and DEI strategies becomes paramount as workplaces evolve. Join us in this transformative session as we delve deep into the ever-changing landscape of workplace inclusion, engaging in discussions about employee expectations, redefining accountability, and preparing for the future of diversity, equity, and inclusion locally and globally.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Discussion on what employees are looking for from organizations around inclusion
    • Define accountability from HR to business leaders to the DEI department
    • Preparation for the future of Inclusion both domestically and globally

    To learn more and to register for this event, click here.

    • March 20, 2024
    • 4:30 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Ascension Coffee- The Sound

    Join us at our March Networking Event at Ascension Coffee.  Ascension Coffee reflects the belief of the importance of a stress-free and inviting atmosphere where community can thrive.  They strive to make the cafe an authentic, warm, and relaxing place.

    Cypress Waters is home to some of the areas largest companies, including 7-Eleven Headquarters, where our 2024 DFW Inclusion Conference is being held.  This networking event will directly follow the conference. Whether you are going to the conference or not, we hope you can join us for some craft coffee, wine, light bites, and good company!

    To learn more and to register for this event, click here.

    • March 21, 2024
    • November 21, 2024
    • 9 sessions
    • Virtual


    The Stepping Stones to Enhanced Leadership course includes a Cohort styled program with nine, 4-hour modules, which are pre-certified through HRCI/SHRM for up to 36 hours of recertification credit.

    This is a creative and innovative program designed, developed, and implemented to meet the professional development needs of today’s HR professionals.

    This program provides opportunities for recertification credit, to create a pipeline of emerging leaders, and to meet employers’ needs for improvement of employee engagement, retention, and professional development.

    AUSTIN SHRM MEMBERS are offered the course
    at the discounted rate of $450.00

    Non-AUSTIN SHRM MEMBERS may participate
    in the program for a fee of $525.00.

    Payment plans are available.  Interest can be selected during registration.
    Must be paid in full by Friday, March 15, 2024.

    Click here to learn more about this program.

    What are participants saying about Stepping Stones to Enhanced Leadership?

    • "Through the Austin SHRM Stepping Stones Leadership Program, I received a much needed reminder on the of the art of inspiring, guiding, and shaping the future of HR in my workplace and specifically on my wonderful team. It allowed me the opportunity to learn a bit more about myself, things I do well and things I can focus on.  It reinvigorated my commitment to nurturing a thriving, people-centric, inclusive culture. I am thankful I was able to meet so many HR peers in the Austin area, hear their diverse perspectives, and even discuss similar obstacles we face as HR professionals. The instructors were all amazing, kind, committed and very knowledgeable. They tailored their teachings to focus on areas of interest as well as ensure they answered our questions. It was a great program, and I would highly recommend.  Thank you, Austin SHRM, for continuing to invest in the HR leaders of today and those to come."
      - Nancy Guzman, 2023 Stepping Stones Graduate

    • "My participation in the Stepping Stones program was an organized avenue to self-reflect and share experiences among human resources professionals to promote critical thinking and enhance relevant, timely knowledge.”
      - Aaron Sheppard, 2023 Stepping Stones Graduate

    • April 09, 2024
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • TBD

    EMPLOYEE VALUE EXPERIENCE
    Presented by Dr. DeLancey Johnson

    During this session we will focus on how employees see the world (Employee Value Proposition) vs. the company (Employee Value Experience). The landscape of the workforce has changed and being connected to employee values is a must.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Understanding the difference between employee value experience and employee value proposition
    • Learn how to turn retention flags into micro strategies
    • Gain tips on addressing active and passive job seekers

    To learn more and to register for this event, click here.

    • April 19, 2024
    • April 20, 2024
    • UNT - 1307 W. Highland St. Denton, Texas 76201
    Register


    • April 19, 2024
    • April 20, 2024
    • UNT- 1307 W. Highland St. Denton, Texas 76201
    Register


    • April 19, 2024
    • April 20, 2024
    • UNT, 1307 W. Highland St, Denton, TX 76201

    Stay tuned for more details.  

    • April 19, 2024
    • 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
    • Courtyard by Marriott Killeen - 1721 E Central Texas Expy, Killeen, TX 76541
    • April 26, 2024
    • 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • AT&T Executive Education & Conference Center
    Register

    This meeting is by invitation only. 

    If you are interested in grabbing a room, here is the link to secure your accommodations. The cutoff date for booking your stay is March 26th, 2024.  

    • May 08, 2024
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Dead Fish Grill 2207 Lake Rd Belton, TX

    SPEAKER

    Clarena Toben


    PRESENTATION SUMMARY

    Join us for an insightful and interactive session focused on the critical intersection of workplace connections and mental health. In this hour-long presentation tailored for HR professionals, we will explore how fostering a safe and inclusive environment can positively impact employee well-being.


    SPEAKER BIO

    Clarena Tobon is an experienced public speaker, Nonprofit leader, and passionate field advocate for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, an initiative dedicated to spreading suicide prevention and awareness throughout communities. Recognized for her impactful contributions, Clarena has become a prominent figure in the field of mental health. Her commitment extends beyond advocacy, as she played a pivotal role in the documentary "Family Journeys: Reclaiming Life after Loss," showcasing her dedication to fostering resilience and reclaiming life in the aftermath of tragedy. A proud mother of three, Clarena Tobon continues to make a lasting impact in both professional and community spheres. 

    Click here to learn more and register

    • June 12, 2024
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Dead Fish Grill 2207 Lake Rd Belton, TX

    SPEAKER

    Lisa Novak, SHHR - CEO/Fonder LMNHR


    PRESENTATION SUMMARY


    • How it happens - reviewing various causes, and the populations it impacts (hint: it's everyone)
    • My story - how imposter syndrome cultivated itself in me, and how I see it show up even now
    • Things that impact the effects - spaces and situations that elevate people's imposter syndrome
    • What to do about it - tools, tips, and conversation around how to address our imposter syndrome when it shows up


    Group Exercise

    1. Identifying the things that impact your own imposter syndrome
    2. Identifying actions to combat

    SPEAKER BIO

    Lisa Novak is the Owner/Founder of LMNHR, a Fractional HR Leadership and Advisory firm serving the national SMB market, headquartered in Austin, TX. She provides leadership guidance and program development that elevates culture, drives growth, and increases revenue performance for multiple small businesses, primarily in the tech space.

    Lisa has over 25 years of experience in Human Resources leadership, helping to build companies as they ramp up for significant growth or organizational change. She’s been responsible for the corporate strategy for acquiring, developing, and retaining talent, providing leadership development, curating effective compensation and benefits programs, driving DEIB, and helping to build positive, high performing cultures. Prior to starting LMNHR, Lisa served on the executive teams for a number of organizations leading HR and Employee Experience for companies including data.world,

    RenewData, SigmaTel, and Brooktree through rapid growth, M&A activity, and turnaround situations. Lisa lives with her husband Shawn in Austin, and enjoys time away at their country home, and their University of Texas football season tickets. In her spare time, she is a public speaker and serves on the Board of Directors for Conscious Capitalism’s Austin Chapter, and ACE Academy school for gifted learners.

    Click here to learn more and register
    • September 19, 2024
    • 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
    • Transocean - 1414 Enclave Parkway, 2nd Floor Houston, Texas
    • 160



    Whether you are a seasoned global business professional or you are new to a global business role, this conference is for you. 

    At the Global business conference you will hear from professionals, both practitioners as well as consultants, regarding the latest topics of interest in the world of global business.  Click here to learn more about our 2024 Global Conference.

    Organizations can receive a discounted registration rate of $50 off for 3+ attendees from the same company.  Simply forward this completed document to the Texas SHRM office. We will follow up with any questions along with an invoice for payment.

    Questions?  Contact us at info@texasshrm.org

Past events

February 23, 2024 DallasHR: HRSTARS Awards Gala
February 15, 2024 DallasHR: February Networking Event
February 14, 2024 CenTex SHRM- VIRTUAL (SPACE LIMITED) New Form I-9: Major Overhaul and Changes
February 13, 2024 DallasHR: Driving Remote & Hybrid Success - HR Trends & Best Practices
February 09, 2024 Dallas HR: Manager 101 Training
January 26, 2024 Texas SHRM Winter Meeting
January 18, 2024 Dallas HR: Reset the Clock Seminar
November 02, 2023 Texoma HR: 2023 State of the Community
October 15, 2023 The HRSouthwest Conference
October 14, 2023 Texas SHRM Fall Meeting
October 12, 2023 Texoma - HR October Event
September 14, 2023 DallasHR - Networking Event - Committee Awareness Event
September 14, 2023 Texoma - HR October Event
September 14, 2023 Texas SHRM Global HR Conference
September 13, 2023 DallasHR - September Education Event
September 13, 2023 San Antonio SHRM - 17th Annual Employment Law Conference
September 12, 2023 Texas SHRM Certification Success Course
September 07, 2023 H.O.T. - HR Survivor Skills Conference
August 22, 2023 Heart of Texas - Top Golf - HR Networking Event/Fundraiser for SHRM Foundation
August 15, 2023 DallasHR - August Education Event
August 04, 2023 Texoma HR- Employment Law Symposium
August 04, 2023 Austin SHRM 2023 Annual Conference
August 03, 2023 Dallas HR - Reset the Clock Seminar
July 27, 2023 Dallas HR - Education & Networking Event - PM Edition
July 13, 2023 Dallas HR and FWHR - Second Chance Hiring Conference
June 19, 2023 Texas SHRM On-Demand Webinar - Current Texas Legislative Session
June 14, 2023 Dallas HR - Developing A Growth Mindset
June 12, 2023 Texas SHRM Reception @ SHRM Annual Conference
June 08, 2023 Texoma HR: Finding and Enriching Staff for Growth
June 01, 2023 DallasHR - Thrive Amidst the Chaos - 3 Steps to Take to Reclaim Your Energy
May 24, 2023 DallasHR - Be a Change Gamer by Changing Your Game
May 12, 2023 Risk Management and the Employee Mental Health Crisis
May 01, 2023 NTX SHRM - 2023 North Texas SHRM Annual Conference
April 28, 2023 The Texas SHRM Student Conference and Competition
April 27, 2023 DallasHR - Trust Habits Training Program
April 26, 2023 DallasHR- Leadership and Development Seminar
April 21, 2023 Texas SHRM Spring Meeting
March 09, 2023 DallasHR- Reset the Clock Seminar
February 02, 2023 DallasHR- Reset the Clock Seminar
February 02, 2023 LEADHRS: Lead. Educate. Advocate. Develop. Serve.
January 27, 2023 Texas SHRM Winter Meeting
January 25, 2023 DallasHR- Trust Habits HR 3 Day Training
January 18, 2023 MCHRA- 16th Annual Employment Law Conference
November 09, 2022 CTHRMA -Leveraging Total Rewards Strategies to Address Employee Engagement & Navigating Business Challenges
November 04, 2022 President's Speaker Series
October 27, 2022 Austin SHRM- Topgolf Networking Event & Fundraiser
October 15, 2022 Texas SHRM Fall Meeting
October 12, 2022 CTHRMA -When Workplace Investigations Go Wrong - Labor and Employment Law
October 06, 2022 SHRM Foundation Fundraiser
October 04, 2022 Texas SHRM Certification Success Course
September 23, 2022 FWHR: 13th Annual The Strategic Mindset Conference
September 20, 2022 Heart of Texas SHRM- Adding to your HR Toolkit: Managing Mental Health in the Workforce
September 14, 2022 CTHRMA -Balancing Your Organization’s Online Presence with Increasing Security Threats
September 14, 2022 2022 Texas SHRM Global Conference Registration
September 13, 2022 TriState SHRM: 2022 HR Business Conference
September 09, 2022 THRMA Annual Conference
August 11, 2022 THRMA: Employment Law - Open Mic with an Employment Law Attorney
August 11, 2022 Texas Employment Relations Symposium
August 10, 2022 CTHRMA -Career Transition from the Business Partner Lense
August 10, 2022 SAHRMA 16th Annual Employment Law Conference
July 13, 2022 CTHRMA -Self Care for HR Pros
June 22, 2022 Texas SHRM Webinar - Compete for Today's Talent: Building Talent & Location Strategies with Smart Data
June 09, 2022 THRMA- Broadening Security Concerns in the Workforce
May 18, 2022 Texas SHRM Webinar - Form I-9 and E-Verify Compliance: Recent Developments & Upcoming Changes
May 12, 2022 THRMA- Self Care for HR Pros
May 11, 2022 CTHRMA - Transforming Your Team from Dysfunction to Cohesion
May 10, 2022 Rose City SHRM: Essentials of Human Resources Course
May 06, 2022 Texas SHRM Spring Meeting
April 25, 2022 2022 North Texas SHRM Annual Conference
April 22, 2022 Texas SHRM Student Case Competition and Conference
April 22, 2022 FWHR 23rd Annual Employment Law Update
April 21, 2022 2022 CTHRMA Annual Conference
April 12, 2022 DallasHR- 2022 Legal Exchange Event
April 07, 2022 TXBA SHRM - Annual Conference: "HR - It's a Jungle Out There!"
March 09, 2022 CTHRMA - HR Beyond COVID: Preparing the Way for the Post-Pandemic Workforce
March 09, 2022 BV‐SHRM - Business Seminar
March 08, 2022 DallasHR- Spring 2022 HR Certification Test Prep Course – Virtual 9 week course
February 17, 2022 SAHRMA - South Texas HR Symposium "Facing The Future Together"
February 09, 2022 CTHRMA - Changes in Employment Law under the Biden Administration
February 03, 2022 LEADHRS: Lead. Educate. Advocate. Develop. Serve.
January 28, 2022 Texas SHRM Winter Meeting
January 27, 2022 North Texas SHRM - Educational Luncheon: 2022 Employment Law Update
January 27, 2022 DallasHR- Reset the Clock Seminar
January 11, 2022 SAHRMA - Workshop
January 11, 2022 SAHRMA - General Monthly Meeting
January 11, 2022 DallasHR- January Education Event
December 31, 2021 Texas SHRM Webinar - Help Wanted! Really, we need help!
November 11, 2021 CTHRMA - Workplace Violence an Employer Safety Consideration, a 231st Century Dilemma
November 09, 2021 Texas SHRM Certification Success Course - Review Session
November 02, 2021 Texas SHRM Certification Success Course - Risk Mgmt and CSR
October 28, 2021 SHRM Foundation Fundraiser
October 26, 2021 Texas SHRM Certification Success Course - US Legislation
October 19, 2021 Texas SHRM Certification Success Course - HR in the Global Context and D&I
October 19, 2021 SAHRMA Diversity Symposium - Allies: Strengthening Strategic Alliances
October 14, 2021 CTHRMA - Why Employers Need to Think of AI as an “Employee”
October 13, 2021 TXBA SHRM Panel: Navigating the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Landscape
October 09, 2021 Texas SHRM Fall Meeting
October 05, 2021 Texas SHRM Certification Success Course - Emp and Labor Relations
September 28, 2021 Texas SHRM Certification Success Course - Workforce Mgmt and Tech
September 22, 2021 Austin SHRM Webinar - DEI: Radical Flexibility in Return to Work
September 21, 2021 Texas SHRM Certification Success Course - Structure of the HR Function and OED
September 21, 2021 CTSHRM- HR Management & Leadership Conference
September 17, 2021 FWHR - 12th Annual The Strategic Mindset Conference
September 17, 2021 North Texas SHRM - 2021 HR Legal Symposium
September 15, 2021 DallasHR - September Education Event
September 14, 2021 Texas SHRM Certification Success Course - Total Rewards
September 14, 2021 SAHRMA - September General Meeting
September 14, 2021 Big Country SHRM - Legal Workshop
September 09, 2021 CTHRMA - Maintaining Team Cohesion in Turbulent Times
September 07, 2021 Texas SHRM Certification Success Course - Learning and Development
August 31, 2021 Texas SHRM Certification Success Course - Engagement and Retention
August 31, 2021 SAHRMA - Coffee Talk
August 26, 2021 North Texas SHRM - Protecting your Employees in the Digital Age
August 25, 2021 Texas SHRM Webinar - Help Wanted! Really, we need help!
August 24, 2021 Texas SHRM Certification Success Course - HR Strategic Planning and TA
August 18, 2021 SAHRMA's 15th Annual Employment Law Conference
August 17, 2021 Texas SHRM Certification Success Course - HR Competencies
August 12, 2021 CTHRMA - Marijuana, Oral Fluids and the Future of Workplace Drug Testing
August 11, 2021 PBSHRM - 2021 Back to Work HR Workshop
August 10, 2021 Texas SHRM Certification Success Course - HR Competencies
August 10, 2021 Texas SHRM Certification Success Course
August 05, 2021 DallasHR - Reset the Clock Seminar
July 13, 2021 HR Department of One - Strategies for Success
July 13, 2021 DallasHR - July Education Event
July 08, 2021 CTHRMA - Uncovering Unconscious Bias
June 29, 2021 SAHRMA Workshop - EEOC Mock Mediation
June 22, 2021 SAHRMA Coffee Talk: Drug-Free Workplaces in an Increasingly Tolerant (and Stoned) Society
June 10, 2021 CTHRMA - The Yellow Cake Principle
May 25, 2021 SAHRMA Coffee Talk- Foundations of Financial Wellness
May 19, 2021 DallasHR - Education Event
May 17, 2021 SAHRMA Workshop - Safety Committee Development / Operational Considerations for Returning to Work
May 14, 2021 Texas SHRM Spring Meeting
May 13, 2021 CTHRMA - What Happened to My Daddy's Job?
May 11, 2021 SAHRMA General Monthly Meeting - Managing Change through Stressful Times
May 10, 2021 NTXSHRM Annual Conference
April 27, 2021 SAHRMA Coffee Talk - How to Build Team Culture Remotely
April 21, 2021 Texas SHRM Global HR Conference
April 15, 2021 TXBA Conference - HR is a Circus
April 13, 2021 DallasHR - Legal Exchange
April 08, 2021 Hill Country HRMA - You Can't Do That at Work! Legal and Ethical Mistakes Managers Make in the Workplace
April 08, 2021 CTHRMA - Be Bold: Inclusive Behavior Through Courageous Conversations
April 07, 2021 Texas SHRM Webinar - Current Texas Legislative Session
April 01, 2021 Texas SHRM Webinar - All Things COVID: Vaccines, Masks and Return to Work
March 23, 2021 Texas SHRM Global HR-Thomas Blackwell Live Session
March 16, 2021 Big Country SHRM - Great Leaders are Grateful Leaders - March General Meeting
March 09, 2021 DallasHR - HR Certification Test Prep Course
February 25, 2021 BURNED OUT: COVID-19 and Women in the Workplace
February 25, 2021 NTXSHRM Webinar - Leveraging Civility in an Uncivil World
February 25, 2021 2021 STXHR Symposium
February 22, 2021 BV-SHRM Business Seminar
February 18, 2021 FWHR Webinar - Leading in Crisis
February 17, 2021 DallasHR - The Best of HRSouthwest 2020
February 17, 2021 AHRMA Meeting & Webinar - Making Folks Unfireable!
February 16, 2021 Big Country SHRM - “Through The Webcam” Supporting the mental health of your employees in a blended work environment- February General Meeting
February 11, 2021 Hill Country HRMA Webinar - Control in Chaos - A Lesson in Resiliency
February 05, 2021 Talk Confidently to Texas Legislators
January 21, 2021 Texas Assoc of Business - 2020 Texas Employment Relations Symposium
January 12, 2021 DallasHR - Hindsight is 2020: HR as the Catalyst for Change in 2021
December 17, 2020 Webcast: How to Sustain and Activate a Strategic Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Plan
December 16, 2020 AHRMA Webinar - Confidence During Chaos
December 08, 2020 SAHRMA - Building Resilience in a Stress Epidemic
December 02, 2020 AHRMA Virtual Happy Hour & Ugly Sweater Contest
December 02, 2020 AHRMA Webinar - TWC Update - Unemployment Claims During the Pandemic
December 02, 2020 DALLASHR - EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT ROUND TABLE
November 19, 2020 FWHR Webinar - Mental Health in the Workplace
November 19, 2020 Texas Assoc of Business - 2020 Texas Employment Relations Symposium
November 18, 2020 AHRMA Webinar - Together Forward
November 14, 2020 North Texas SHRM - HR Legal Symposium
November 10, 2020 AHRMA Virtual Happy Hour
November 10, 2020 SAHRMA - Leveraging Coveted Veteran Skills in the Workplace
November 09, 2020 DallasHR - Start the Dialogue NOW
October 29, 2020 Texas Assoc of Business - 2020 Texas Employment Relations Symposium
October 27, 2020 Texas Assoc of Business - 2020 Texas Employment Relations Symposium
October 21, 2020 DALLASHR - EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT ROUND TABLE
October 13, 2020 DallasHR - HR Certification Test Prep Course
October 13, 2020 SAHRMA - Strengthening Strategic Alliances
September 29, 2020 Texas Assoc of Business - 2020 Texas Employment Relations Symposium
September 24, 2020 Developing a Strategic DEI Plan for Texas
September 16, 2020 AHRMA Webinar - Politics and the Workplace: Employee Protections at Work and on Social Media
September 14, 2020 FWHR - Strategic Week
September 08, 2020 SAHRMA - Maximum Engagement through Brain Friendly Conversation
September 03, 2020 Personal Experiences of Race in Society and the Workplace, Part 2
September 03, 2020 FWHR Webinar - Implicit Bias in the Workplace
September 02, 2020 AHRMA - Breakfast with AHRMA
August 31, 2020 Part 1 - Personal Experiences of Race in Society and the Workplace
August 27, 2020 Texas Assoc of Business - 2020 Texas Employment Relations Symposium
August 24, 2020 North Texas SHRM Conference
August 20, 2020 West Texas HR Symposium
August 19, 2020 SAHRMA - 14th Annual Employment Law Conference
August 17, 2020 DallasHR - The Benefits of Employing Veterans Webinar
August 13, 2020 Personal Experiences of Race in Society and the Workplace
August 06, 2020 AHRMA Summer Happy Hour
August 06, 2020 Texas SHRM Webcast: Diversity & Inclusion: Is Anyone Getting It Right?
August 05, 2020 DALLASHR - EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT ROUND TABLE
July 23, 2020 FWHR Webinar - Leading In Times of Crisis
July 14, 2020 SAHRMA - Building Resiliency Through Six Pillars of Self-Care
June 25, 2020 FWHR Webinar - Selecting Diverse Arbitrators for Employment Discrimination Disputes
June 24, 2020 AHRMA Webinar - STUMP THE EXPERTS: A Legal Panel Discussion of FFCRA, COVID-19, and Return to Work Issues
June 16, 2020 SAHRMA - Webinar
June 11, 2020 FWHR Webinar - Effective Employee Engagement in a Pandemic World
June 09, 2020 SAHRMA - Virtual Monthly Meeting
June 04, 2020 AHRMA - Virtual Happy Hour
June 03, 2020 DALLASHR - EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT ROUND TABLE
May 28, 2020 Getting Texans Back to Work: How Companies are Adapting to the “New Norm”
May 28, 2020 FWHR Webinar OSHA: COVID-19 and Return to Work
May 21, 2020 FWHR Game Night
May 15, 2020 Texas SHRM Virtual Meeting
May 05, 2020 COVID-19 Bringing Texans Back to Work: What Employers need to know
April 01, 2020 DALLASHR - EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT ROUND TABLE