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When Where People Work Matters - Changing Workplaces
Wednesday, February 5, 2020, 7:30 AM until 9:15 AM
Registration cancellations will be accepted until Saturday, February 1, 2020 at 12:00 AM
Refunds for monthly meetings will be processed provided that the cancellation is submitted prior to the cancellation deadline. Any request for cancellation after this deadline and no shows will be billed.
Registrations After 1/31 or Walk-Ins will have a $10 late fee added to the advance registration fee as noted above under "Fee as of 2/1"; however, those in-transition and students will only be charged the advance registration fee.
Consortium Member Rate: Refers to members of local SHRM chapters that we have entered in to an agreement to offer our discounted member rate to their chapter members (Loudoun SHRM, Fauquier Culpeper SHRM). If an ineligible individual registers with this rate, they will be billed the difference of the applicable non-member rate.
InTransition Rate: To support HR professionals whose jobs have been impacted by an unstable economy, a discounted registration fee is available for our breakfast meetings. Select the "In Transition" option when registering through paypal.
Student Rate: To support individuals enrolled full-time in a HR related degree program, a discounted registration fee is available for our breakfast meetings.
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Submitted for Approval of 1 HRCI and 1 SHRM Professional Development Re-certification Credit
Presenter(s): Kristen Stockton, JASKAP Consulting
You don’t have to look far into research to uncover the data and studies showing how to engage the workforce. Clear evidence shows and HR professionals know, that productivity and business performance is higher when the workforce is “engaged”. But what do “we” HR professional mean by engage and what does the “workforce” expect to be engaged. We want our people to go above and beyond for their employer. The worker wants respect for skills and talents, included in discussions that impact their day to day work, and the recognition for their work in meaningful ways, pay equity, benefits and oh yeah one other thing the employee requests for full engagement is, flexibility.
Did you just use the “f” word? Yes, Flexibility, the “f” word that sends managers running and HR leaders scrambling. But it doesn’t have to be that way. You as an HR professional can actually use flexibility in how, when and where employees work in ways that support business performance.
•Understand the business case for change in where, when and how we work
•Explore the shift from “accommodating individuals” to “workplace changes”
•Examine evolution of workplace policies and decisions have become best practices for the workplace
•Leave with roadmap to evaluate your organizations people strategy and workplace structure for optimizing workplace flexibility
Kristen Stockton is a business performance consultant and coach who works with senior HR professionals and their CEOs to address workforce and workplace challenges. She brings over 25 years of professional experience working for non-profit, private, and public sector businesses. Kristen has coaching experience that supports leader effectiveness and organizational change efforts. She also serves on the faculty of SHAMBAUGH Leadership and Progression Partners as a Senior Business Partner and Executive Coach. In addition, she has master facilitation skills and led numerous experiences that transform individual contributors into leaders. An accomplished speaker and presenter, she’s spoken on key workplace topics through notable professional organizations: World at Work, Conference Board, Working Mother, Points of Light Foundation, Corporate Voices, Disability IN, Diversity Women, and Disability Matters. Kristen’s training includes a Masters from American University in Arts Management. Certificate in Community Relations from Boston College Carrol School of Management, Bachelor’s degree in Education from West Chester University, and is earning ACC certification through International Coaching Federation.