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Performance Conversations: Using Questions to Coach Employees, Improve Productivity and Boost Confidence (Without Appraisals)
By: Christopher Lee
Read and discuss Chapters 10 to end of the book
There are three universal truths about traditional performance management. They are widely used, universally despised, and are known to be ineffective. As a result, many organizations are grappling with what to do instead. They have adopted many interesting and innovative practices, but most are a random collection of activities that are not bound together by a sound theoretical framework. This new approach is built upon a sound theoretical foundation, uses proven management techniques, and offers a novel framework and tool for managers for regulating and enhancing the performance of their staff. Dozens of ready-to-use templates and accompanying tools help make good management practice more accessible, practical, and effective. Just as important, the new approach is both millennial- and remote worker-friendly as it incorporates features that speak to how they work.
Are you in? Please register to join us and the Zoom meeting link will be within the event registration confirmation.
WEBINAR COST: HRATV Members $10.00; Non-Members $18.00; Students $5.00. 2020 Program Cards will be accepted and include one free guest registration.
The Human Resources Association of Treasure Valley is pleased to announce the October Professional Development webinar program "All Catch, No Release: How to Create a Culture of Commitment" presented by Jennifer Jones Hooft. Today, talent is tough to attract — and even tougher to keep. Employers are competing to hire top talent by offering higher levels of pay and better benefits. This is great bait, and can help lure that talent in, but it’s not enough. When we’ve attracted the right talent and they’re in the net, we have to keep them from slipping away.
Culture is your signature emotional hook. It must be strong, sharp, and designed to help you find the right people and fend off the poachers. It’s shored up by a clear focus on motivation and engagement, and sets the stage for people to find their flow and flourish. There is no one-size-fits all solution. Your organization is unique and what’s meaningful to your people is, too. Learn what matters and how to deliver without breaking the bank!
MEET OUR PRESENTER
Jennifer Jones Hooft, SHRM-SCP, M.Ed.Managing Principal, Higher Resources, LLCHigheresources.com
Jennifer Jones Hooft is Managing Principal for Higher Resources, LLC. She is an HR expert and executive coach with more than 25 years of experience spanning varied industries, including technology, financial services, higher education, manufacturing, and health care. In addition to speaking, coaching, training, and supporting clients with sound HR practices, she has taught as adjunct faculty for Boise State University for more than 20 years and is personally committed to lifelong learning and helping people and organizations flourish. Jennifer has a long history of volunteer leadership within her profession and her community. She is past president of HRATV and past state council director for SHRM Idaho, past president of the board for Family Advocates and Idaho Humane Society. Currently, Jennifer is a board member for the Wassmuth Center for Human Rights.
OCTOBER MEETING PARTNERS
The Power of Appreciative Inquiry
By: Diana Whitney and Amanda Trosten-Bloom
Read Chapters 1 to 6
The Power of Appreciative Inquiry describes the internationally embraced approach to organizational change that dramatically improves performance by engaging people to study, discuss, and build upon what’s working – strengths – rather than trying to fix what’s not. Diana Whitney and Amanda Trosten-Bloom, pioneers in the development and practice of Appreciative Inquiry (AI), provide a menu of eight results-oriented applications, along with case examples from a wide range of organizations to illustrate Appreciative Inquiry in action. A how-to book, this is the most authoritative and accessible guide to the newest ideas and practices in the field of Appreciative Inquiry since its inception in 1985.
RSVP Deadline: Friday, November 12, 2021 before 1:00pm.
The Human Resources Association of Treasure Valley is pleased to announce the November Professional Development webinar program. Please check back for additional details.
HRATV Members: $25
Closed captioning is available for this program.
HRATV is proud to announce our 2021 LEAD Series: Leadership Conversations with CHROs and Chief People Leaders. Join us for personal conversations with Idaho’s top HR/People leaders, representing a broad cross-section of Idaho-based organizations, of varying size and industry. We’ll hear about each executives’ personal leadership journey, where they started and how they got to where they are today along with lessons learned along the way, and dive into their priorities for 2021.
This program is for all HR professionals, from early career to executive, looking to learn insights and best practices from top leaders in Human Resources.
The LEAD Series is sponsored by the Strelo Group and moderated by Strelo Group Co-Founder, Shannon Rush-Call.
This program is valid for 1.5 PDC for the SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®.
MEET OUR DECEMBER PRESENTER
Jana Straubhar, Vice President Human Resources, US Ecology
With 38 years of HR experience, Jana Straubhar’s career has spanned many industries and business models that have allowed her grow knowledge and understanding of why human capital management vision and strategy is key to any company’s success. From new business startups to mature organizations, financial institutions to service solutions organizations, culture and designing programs that deliver compelling reasons for high-performing to come, stay, and grow their careers. With a passion for building business partnerships that achieve results through collaborative ways of working.
Today Jana proudly serves the people of US Ecology who are committed to providing safe and compliant solutions to protect human health and the communities in which we live and work. Our HR vision is to deliver an employment experience that is second to none, by keeping our fingers on the pulse of what it takes to design and deliver People and Culture strategies necessary to attract the best talent by building empathic leaders who understand the value of building diverse, inclusive teams.
MEET OUR LEAD SERIES MODERATOR
Shannon Rush-Call is the Co-Founder of Strelo Group, a consultancy that helps clients take courageous steps to embolden change, resulting in leaders and teams who are more confident, connected, and impactful. Shannon brings 20 years of experience designing and delivering client services and people programs in complex global environments of Fortune 500 companies. She cultivates commitment within teams and organizations to produce lasting outcomes. Central to Shannon’s purpose is building inclusive cultures and empowering professionals to be courageous leaders. Shannon holds a Bachelor of Arts in Studio and Commercial Art from Western State University and a Masters of Public Administration from the University of Idaho. Shannon is also currently the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Fellow for Boise State’s Blue Sky Institute. Shannon’s life outside of work is filled with outdoor adventures with her husband and three teenage sons. She is most at home on her parents’ ranch in Lake Fork, Idaho.
Featured Speakers and Dates
April Arnzen, Micron Technology
Thursday, February 18, 2021
Cindy Blendu, Clearwater Analytics
Wednesday, May 12, 2021
Shawn Miller, Boise State University
Wednesday, July 14, 2021
Jim Reilly, WinCo Foods
Wednesday, September 22, 2021
Jana Straubhar, US Ecology
Wednesday, December 8, 2021
All sessions are from 11:30 am – 1:00 pm, Mountain Time and will be facilitated by Shannon Rush-Call of the Strelo Group.
CE credits will be offered for each 1.5 hour session. Email reminders will be sent prior to each event, however cancellations and refunds are not available so please mark your calendars now for each session. Recordings of these sessions will not be available.
LEAD SERIES SPONSOR
Read Chapters 7 to 12
RSVP Deadline: Wednesday, December 15, 2021
The Human Resources Association of Treasure Valley is pleased to announce the December Professional Development webinar program. Please check back for additional details.
Human Resources Association of Treasure Valley SHRM Chapter #0111P.O. Box 1733
Boise, ID 83701
P.O. Box 1733
Boise, ID 83701
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