Oct
17
11:15 AM11:15

GLSHRM October 2019 Member Meeting

The Evolving Workscape

Presented by: John Diehl

Approved for 1 re-certification credit through HRCI and SHRM.

Description:

The Evolving Workscape Attracting and retaining talent in a world changed by innovation Imagine a workplace where the workers that are in shortest supply are the ones who understand your business, inside and out. Imagine a job market where retirees beginning second careers, especially female retirees, are a critical part of your recruitment pool. Imagine a workplace where successful recruitment and retention may rest less on what you pay than on what you provide: flexibility, access to information, personal services, and voluntary benefits. This is the workscape of tomorrow. Increased longevity and technological innovation are revolutionizing the world of work. While many are quick to recognize the changes that accompany advancing technology, such as productivity gains, destruction of legacy positions, and creation of new roles, increased longevity is often overlooked. Demographic changes have a major impact. People are living longer in our ultra-connected, high-tech world, and our workscape is changing as a result. The traditional career cycle that begins with full-time education and finishes with a full-time career, ends with a hard stop, is in its dying days.

Modern careers follow a different, more winding path that may extend into what were once considered retirement years. The result is a multigenerational workforce that offers a diverse range of experience and expertise—as well as demands. This multigenerational workscape provides unprecendented opportunity for employers—if they know how to create and cultivate it. In order to retain and attract the best talent across the generations, employers must meet the expectations of today’s employee. How? By adopting a new, flexible approach to services, benefits, technologies, and processes. If an employer can accomplish in this feat, it is possible to create a productive, thriving five-generation workplace—and gain an edge on their competitors.

RSVP no later than 11:00 AM Monday, October 14th!

We pay for everyone that submits an RSVP so please do not register unless you are able to attend.

If you register but are unable to attend, please contact greaterlansingshrm@gmail.com

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Nov
14
11:15 AM11:15

GLSHRM November 2019 Member Meeting

Legislative Update

Presented by: Nancy McKeague

Approved for 1 re-certification credit through HRCI and SHRM.

RSVP no later than 11:00 AM Monday, November 11th!

We pay for everyone that submits an RSVP so please do not register unless you are able to attend.

If you register but are unable to attend, please contact greaterlansingshrm@gmail.com

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Sep
12
11:15 AM11:15

GLSHRM September 2019 Member Meeting

Management by Thank You!

Championing a Culture of Influential Leadership

Presented by: Tina Marie Wohlfield

Approved for 1 re-certification credit through HRCI and SHRM.

Description:

Influential leadership of employees requires an organizational culture of credibility, trust and respect between employees and leadership. Precipitative and task focused leadership has led to a decline in employee engagement, dysfunctional teams and a loss of “civility” in the workplace. This session will highlight how organizations can directly influence and impact employee performance and engagement – one random act of “Thank You” at a time.

RSVP no later than 11:00 AM Monday, September 9th!

We pay for everyone that submits an RSVP so please do not register unless you are able to attend.

If you register but are unable to attend, please contact greaterlansingshrm@gmail.com

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May
9
11:15 AM11:15

GLSHRM May 2019 Member Meeting

  • The University Club at Michigan State University (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Vocational Rehabilitation: Helping Business Navigate the World of Disability and Employment

Presenter: Jonathan Bischoff, MA, CRC, LLPC, CBSP

Approved for 1 re-certification credit through HRCI and SHRM.

Description:

  • Enhance opportunity to recruit the broadest pool of qualified talent

  • Address common barriers experienced in the interactive and accommodation process

  • Demonstrate how facts can become distorted by rumor and impede productivity

  • Explore fears, stereotypes, and concerns that supervisors and employees may have about applicants or employees with disabilities

  • Strategies for increasing diversity and inclusion within the company culture – and maximize productivity and efficiency

  • Strategies for effectively retaining employees returning from medical leave and/or workers’ compensation

REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT HAS CLOSED!

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Apr
25
12:00 PM12:00

GLSHRM Organizational Development Special Interest Group April 2019

Culture Reinvention – Creating Cultures of HOPE

Facilitated by: Michelle Kimmel-Fors

Discuss leadership and team accountability strategies for creating a hopeful culture. We will talk about how leaders can help re-frame and re-energize a culture.  

Michele Kimmel-Fors is the Executive Director for COMPASS Consulting, a branch ofENCOMPASS. COMPASS provides objective, confidential leadership coaching and organizational consultations to address work-place challenges and culture change. Michele holds a master’s degree in education and is a Certified Business Coaching Specialist with over twenty years of leadership and management experience.

Please note ODSIG events are for current GLSHRM members only.

Contact Caryn Bedford, cbedford@peckham.org

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GLSHRM Spring Networking Event
Apr
11
4:00 PM16:00

GLSHRM Spring Networking Event

Join us after Michigan HR Day for a sampling of LBC foods, one drink ticket, and networking!

Network with other HR professionals in Michigan.

Learn about all the GLSHRM has to offer!

  • Monthly member meetings

  • Continuing education credits

  • Sponsorship Opportunities

  • Annual Seminar

Be entered to win a prize pack from LBC!

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Apr
4
11:15 AM11:15

GLSRHM April Member Meeting

  • The University Club at Michigan State University (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Leading the Change Effort

Facilitated by: Nicole Zimmerle

Approved for 1 re-certification credit through HRCI and SHRM.

A look into how to make the biggest impact during changes within a corporation. What tactics to do from management to front line supervisors to ensure the smoothest transition.

Please RSVP NO later than 11:00 AM on Monday, April 1st.

If you are unable to attend, please contact greaterlansingshrm@gmail.com

We pay for everyone that submits an RSVP so please do not register unless you are able to attend!

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Mar
28
12:00 PM12:00

GLSHRM Organizational Development Special Interest Group March 2019

Please note ODSIG events are for current GLSHRM members only.

Facilitator: Debra Dubow

Topic: Enhancing Trust in the Workplace

Have you ever wondered how to have conversations that would actually increase trust rather than cause people to shut down? Have you ever thought about ways to engage employees to spark their creativity and innovation?

Debra Dubow, Founder and CEO, from Dubow Consulting will lead us through a discussion on how to increase trust in the workplace applying a tool with the acronym “SCARF” designed to enhance conversations between peers, employees, and managers. She will demonstrate how using this tool can decrease defensiveness and create positive energy. This highly interactive and experiential learning session will focus on insights and tips that will make a difference when interacting with others at work and on a personal level.

Debra Dubow has extensive experience as an organization development consultant, executive coach, transformational change facilitator. She is passionate about enhancing growth mindset, engaging talent, and developing leadership capability to create an agile culture for the future

Debra has worked as an internal Organization Development Consultant for a variety of industries including: Roche-Genentech, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Humana Inc., PNC Financial Services, Chrysler Engineering, Eastern Michigan University. Currently Debra is CEO and founder of her own consulting business. Debra loves to mentor others, she has many followers who enjoy working and learning from her, and find her passionand enthusiasm infectious.

Contact Caryn Bedford for more information, cbedford@peckham,org

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Mar
7
8:00 AM08:00

GLSHRM All Day Seminar

  • University Club at Michigan State University (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Registration: 8:00 AM

Morning Session: 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Lunch: 12:00 PM

Afternoon Session: 1:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Morning Session:

Employment Law Update

Facilitated By: Scott Eldridge and Kamil Robakiewicz

Afternoon Session:

Workplace Violence: Active Shooter Training - Interactive Training

Facilitated By: Michael A. Peterson, Chief Operations Officer, President of Global Investigations and Security Services

If you are unable to attend, please contact greaterlansingshrm@gmail.com

We pay for everyone that submits an RSVP so please do not register unless you are able to attend.

RSVP no later than 11:00 AM Monday, March 4th!

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Jan
31
12:00 PM12:00

GLSHRM Organizational Development Special Interest Group - January 2019

Facilitator: Bernie Adams

Topic: Management and Staff - In Perfect Harmony

In this session, Bernie shares stories and the lays out the foundation to ensure that your leadership group and front line staff are always on the same page and rowing in the same direction.

 

Participants will acquire knowledge to

  1. Develop the foundation for positive change

  2. Understand the components needed for consistency and reliability

  3. Engage management to lead consistently

 

Bernie Adams has been a Six Sigma/Lean Black belt for 20 years.  He has taught Six Sigma courses for over 10 years, and has led corporations in process improvement in many industries including Aerospace, Pharmaceutical Manufacturing, and Healthcare.   Through this work, Bernie has won numerous Quality awards as well as a distinguished service award from the U.S. Department of Defense.

 

Outside of his daily work, Bernie is married with a family of 6 kids.   He also is the owner of ProcessPro™ - a business designed to help drive consistency and reliability within any process and company.

 

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You are welcome to come early to purchase a lunch in the Peckham cafeteria (cash only) if you’d like and then bring your lunch to the meeting room on the 2nd floor.

For more information, contact:
Caryn Bedford, Talent Development Manager, Peckham, Inc. cbedford@peckham.org, 517-316-4091

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