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Telling your HR Story

 

September 09, 2021
11:15 AM - 1:00 PM
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University Club of Michigan State University
3435 Forest Road
Lansing, MI 48910
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Approved for 1 continuing education credit through HRCI and SHRM.

Meeting Agenda:

11:15 AM - 12:00 PM  Lunch, Networking & Announcements

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Presentation

1:00 PM Meeting End

Telling Your HR Story: How to use Storytelling to Improve Workplace
Culture and Company Identity. Storytelling is a powerful tool for human connection and is at
the heart of creating positive cultures. Stories have the power to provide insight, explain ideas,
and even change attitudes. For some of us telling our human resource story means sharing our
experiences of positive workplace cultures that will attract diverse talent pools. For others this
means speaking your truth in order to bring about much needed change. This workshop will
teach essential storytelling and formulas and help you apply them to craft your human resource
story.

Dr. Paul Artale is a motivational storyteller, author, and organizational culture researcher. Paul's
research focuses on how companies create a high performance culture by creating flexible and
inclusive work-environments. He is the author of the book "The 2-Year-Old's Guide to
Work-Life Balance," is currently working on his next book entitled "Maximum Ability, how to
recruit and retain employees with disabilities." As a speaker, Paul's signature keynote "Hit
Hard: 3 Must-Have Mindsets to Breakthrough Challenges" discusses how he overcame physical
disability to play college football at the University of Toronto. Paul's stories teach audiences
how to leverage their strengths in order to achieve phenomenal success. In 2019 Paul earned the
prestigious Accredited Speaker designation by Toastmasters International and was inducted into
the Toastmasters Hall of Fame. For more information visit www.paulartale.com

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