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Monthly meeting with two morning sessions and a luncheon presentation.

3/12/2020
When: Thursday, March 12
9:15 am-1:30 pm (check-in opens at 8:45 am)
Where: Crowne Plaza
7611 Katy Freeway
Houston, Texas  77024
United States

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PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CASUAL CLOTHING DRIVE, sponsored by HR Houston's HR Gives Back Committee to benefit Star of Hope's job seekers as they reenter the workforce and require the following clothing items (for men and women) for job interviews and employment opportunities. We encourage you to donate your gently used suits, jackets, ties, dress shirts and blouses, slacks, skirts, belts and handbags.
 
Pre-registration and pre-payment is highly encouraged; we cannot guarantee space for walk-ins.  Onsite registration offered on a space available basis - see below for detailed pricing.
 
8:45 am
Morning Check In & Networking
9:15 am
Morning Program 1: The Four Steps to Creating an Award-Winning Culture* 
10:30 am
Morning Program 2: Opioids in The Workplace* 
11:30 am
Afternoon Check In & Networking
12:00 pm
Luncheon Program: I Love the Smell of Jet Fuel in the Morning!* 
Description

MORNING PROGRAM 1: The Four Steps to Creating an Award-Winning Culture* 

Presented by Tim Burningham, MBA, LNFA, President, The Center for Company Culture

In today’s competitive market, having a strong workplace culture is a must! Statics show that a company's culture has a direct impact on success, yet many leaders struggle with knowing how to create a healthy culture within their organization. HR professionals can stand ready to help by learning a proven model that helps leaders create an award-winning culture and ultimately improve company results.

TIM BURNINGHAM is an experienced leader in the health care industry. As a CEO and licensed administrator, Tim led his facility to multiple deficiency-free surveys, a 5-star CMS rating, several awards for outstanding performance, and recognition as a top 100 Nursing Homes by U.S. News and World Report. Tim is currently the President of The Culture Guide, LLC, a management consulting firm specializing in leadership, company culture, and team development. Tim is author of several books including Be an Awesome Boss! and How Leader’s Can Strengthen Their Organizations Culture. He is also host of The Culture Guide podcast. 

MORNING PROGRAM 2: Opioids in The Workplace* 

Presented by Richard Alaniz, Partner, Alaniz Law & Associates, PLLC

The epidemic of opioid abuse that has so dramatically impacted the country has serious potential for the workplace as well. A 2017 survey found that 70% of employers reported experiencing impact on their operations by prescription drug abuse. No industry is immune to the opioid problem. There are reasonable, cost-effective steps that employers can take. Action that complies with the dictates of the EEOC and the ADA, and similar state laws can be challenging. Taking the lawful and necessary steps will help maintain a workplace that is safe for all employees.

RICK ALANIZ has been at the forefront of labor and employment law for over forty years representing employers in a variety of industries. He began his legal career in the Office of the Solicitor of the U.S. Department of Labor, served on the President's Cost of Living Council during the Nixon Administration and also held prominent posts within the National Labor Relations Board, first in Washington D.C. and later in Minneapolis where he was active in the NLRB's enforcement actions in a five-state Midwestern region.

LUNCHEON PRESENTATION: I LOVE THE SMELL OF JET FUEL IN THE MORNING!* 

Presented by Mona Vogele, Owner, Mona Vogele Presents

Hiring & retention have risen to the No. 2 challenge for HR leaders today with 51% of workers across all industries actively seeking a career change.  So how does one company, Southwest Airlines, average a 4-5% turnover rate year after year in an industry that averages 12-15%? As a former leader and trainer at Southwest, Mona shows today's leaders how to build an epic employee experience through a strong company culture that both leaders AND their employees find irresistible. Through real-world examples and inspiring stories, leaders learn how to "turnover" their retention strategy and build a team of loyal rockstars.  

MONA VOGELE is a classically trained musician, former radio DJ, and veteran leader from Southwest Airlines with 20+ years of leadership training experience. She understands the art of building an epic employee experience -AND- what it takes behind the curtain to pull that off year after year. Mona's mission is to help organizations build a team of “ready” talent to lead into the future. She prepares leaders to thrive in today’s increasingly connected, competitive business environment through real-world stories and insights into workable strategies. She challenges conventional leadership beliefs and challenges the audience to think differently about the future.   

Credit Hours

*Submitted to SHRM for Professional Development Credits (PDCs) towards the SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP and to HR Certification Institute for HR (General) credits towards PHR and SPHR recertification requirements.

The chapter is recognized by SHRM as a Preferred Provider and all sessions so identified offer PDCs towards the SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP. The chapter has also been designated as a provider of HRCI-approved recertification credit. All sessions so identified may be used to meet HRCI recertification requirements.

Payment & Terms

Pricing reflects ONLINE PRE-REGISTRATION RATES below. *ONSITE REGISTRATION is offered on a space available basis and will incur an additional $5.00 fee per individual registrant.

 

HR Houston Member

  • Morning Program $25.00
  • Morning & Lunch Program $50.00
  • Lunch Program Only $35.00
     

HR Houston Student Member

  • Morning Program $10.00
  • Morning & Lunch Program $10.00
  • Lunch Program Only $10.00
     

NonMember

  • Morning Program $35.00
  • Morning & Lunch Program $60.00
  • Lunch Program Only $45.00
     

Click here for a fax registration form; fax the completed form to 713.783.6190 by 12:00 noon on the Tuesday before the meeting, space permitting.

Reservations and Cancellations must be made by 12 noon on the Monday prior to the meeting. Members and non-members with reservations who do not attend will not be eligible for a refund. There is a $25 service charge for returned checks. If you have any questions, please contact HR Houston at 713.426.2646 or email membership@hrhouston.org.

Travel

Registered attendees will receive a confirmation email 24 hours before the event with additional information about parking. If you have any questions about this meeting, please contact HR Houston at 713.426.2646 or email membership@hrhouston.org.

P.O. Box 4240
Houston, TX 77210-4240

713-426-2646
713-783-6190
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