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    • Wed, May 12, 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (PDT)
    • Online via Zoom.
    Register

    Carol Bowser, JD

    2020 has been quite a year.   Many workplaces have pivoted to teams working from home or redesigning how work is done.  It can all feel new and overwhelming.

    The good news is there are elements that remain the same whether teams are co-located, virtual, or a combination of both.  There are also differences that those who lead teams should be aware of and address.

    In this workshop you will learn:

    • The elements that stay the same regardless of the working environment
    • The characteristics that differentiate a remote or virtual workforce from the traditional office-based workforce
    • How to recognize and respond to tension and conflict in a virtual environment.

    About Carol

    Carol Bowser, JD, is the President of Conflict Management Strategies.  She is a mediator, facilitator, trainer and coach.  She finds this work so much more meaningful and fun than practicing law.  She loves conflict, but hates arguments.  

    Approved for 1 SHRM PDC and 1 HRCI (General) Credit

    AFTER YOU REGISTER: 2 days before the webinar we will email you the meeting ID and link.  Be sure to check your spam folder if your email provider blocks emails from South King County SHRM.

    • Thu, July 22, 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (PDT)
    • Online via Zoom. Registration opens June 22.


    Randal Weidenaar

    As an HR professional in these challenging times, how do you train your leaders to steer the culture of your organization effectively?  One in three workers say their manager can’t lead them and 28% of HR professionals’ time is spent addressing problems caused by poor people managers (SHRM 2019 Culture Report).  What if there was one thing that motivated both employees and managers in your organization to lead and perform well?

    Drawing on human attachment theory, scientific research, and business case studies, this seminar provides participants with inspiration and actionable insights into what creates healthy, thriving culture.  The presentation is designed for HR professionals on any level interested in learning more about how to pivot your organization toward effective leadership that can build and sustain profitable, winning AND caring cultures.

    Learning Objectives:

      Understand the neuroscience, emotional science and research associated with human connection and motivation.

      Provide practical tools to increase emotional awareness, leadership skills and effective communication.

      Gain actionable insights for increasing, promoting, and developing cultural health in organizations.

      Gain skills to pivot toward psychological flexibility and away from reactive, emotionally-fused responses.

      Understand personality science tools designed to predict leaders' and teams' traits, communication styles, and strengths.

    About Randal

    Randal Weidenaar is a consultant, researcher, author and teacher. His passion is for thriving cultures, born from a desire to make work a place where everyone thrives.  Randal has studied business processes development at MIT Sloan School of Management, quantitative social research methods at University of Amsterdam, and culture-driven team development at University of Pennsylvania.  He has helped corporations, government, HR and non-profit organizations unpack the art and science of leadership and culture creation, and wrote The Ultimate Why workbook to help leaders develop this team culture. In Europe, Randal worked with diverse people teams from over 42 countries, and consulted countless organizations in marketing and culture development.  Randal is the owner and founder of Notionfront, a marketing firm that has clients across the United States.  He is also the director of Grace Encounter, a self-development organization.

    Pending approval for 1 SHRM Credit and 1 HRCI Credit

    AFTER YOU REGISTER: 2 days before the webinar we will email you the meeting ID and link.  Be sure to check your spam folder if your email provider blocks emails from South King County SHRM.

    • Wed, August 18, 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (PDT)
    • Online via Zoom. Registration opens July 18.


    Abdul Kalumbi

    It has been said Mindfulness is the new workplace “superpower” -- a way of thinking and being in the present moment rather than fixating on the past or imagining the future.  It is also accepting our thoughts and feelings without judging them, without believing there is a “wrong” or “right” way to think or feel in each moment.  Leaders that practice Mindfulness can increase their positive impact on those they lead. They suspend judgement of their counterparts or subordinates before receiving the complete picture. They wisely respond to organizational problems and other people instead of knee jerk reacting, which tends to exacerbate the problem or makes others feel small. 

    Join us to discuss:

    • What is Mindfulness?
    • What is Mindful Leadership?
    • Mindfulness Practice Reshapes the Brain
    • Benefits of Learning Mindful Leadership
    • Guide, Not Control: Learning Gentle Guidance, Avoiding Heavy-Handed Controlling


    About Abdul

    Mzelea Leadership is owned and operated by Abdul Kalumbi. Abdul has a background in political consulting as he worked in the United States Congress for two high profile U.S. senators. With his background consulting in the government sector, Abdul is now taking his experience and skillset to the private sector. As a certified Mindfulness Coach, Abdul has years of experience teaching Mindfulness and practicing it himself. Abdul is also an Executive Coach who teaches what he calls Leadership Mindfulness.

    Pending approval for 1 SHRM PDC and 1 HRCI Credit

    AFTER YOU REGISTER: 2 days before the webinar we will email you the meeting ID and link.  Be sure to check your spam folder if your email provider blocks emails from South King County SHRM.

    • Thu, September 16, 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (PDT)
    • Online via Zoom. Registration opens August 16.
    Engaging Virtual Meetings shows you the key secrets to having your attendees say, “I have more energy (rather than less) after 60 minutes meeting with you!”. 


    CHECK BACK IN AUGUST TO REGISTER 


Past events

Wed, April 28, 2021 Sound Careers in Healthcare (Volunteer Opportunity)
Wed, April 14, 2021 WEBINAR: Beat Burnout with the 2 Year Old’s Guide to Work-Life Balance
Fri, April 09, 2021 HR Volunteers Needed - HR Leaders of Tomorrow Conference
Wed, March 17, 2021 WEBINAR: Leading Inclusion and Diversity as an "Accidental" Expert
Fri, March 12, 2021 WA SHRM Employment Law & Human Resources Conference
Wed, February 17, 2021 WEBINAR: WA Dept. of Health COVID-19 Vaccine Response Update
Thu, January 21, 2021 WEBINAR: Coaching Adaptive Skills
Wed, December 16, 2020 WEBINAR: Lead With Laughs: Using Humor To Put The 'Human' In HR
Thu, November 19, 2020 WEBINAR: Supercharging Performance: Build A Coaching Culture to Deliver Results Now
Wed, October 28, 2020 Member Appreciation Event -- Virtual Happy Hour!!
Wed, September 30, 2020 NHRMA 2020: A Rebel's Guide to Your HR Vision
Thu, September 17, 2020 WEBINAR: Perfecting the Employee Experience: Improving Workplace Culture via Strengths Development
Wed, August 19, 2020 FREE Webinar: Strategic and Defendable Terminations - Now You're Just Somebody That I Used to Know
Thu, July 16, 2020 Webinar: The PHOENIX Method: Don't Burn Out, Burn Up!
Wed, June 24, 2020 Webinar: Untangling the Web of Local, State, and Federal Protected Leave During Coronavirus
Wed, May 20, 2020 FREE Webinar: How to Come Back Together When We Come Back Together - Tips for Lessening Anxiety, Conflict, & Bad Juju
Fri, March 13, 2020 Washington State Employment Law & HR Conference
Wed, February 19, 2020 How to Handle Polarizing Conversations
Thu, January 30, 2020 Legal Update: 2019 Year-in-Review
Fri, January 24, 2020 2020 HR Day on the Hill & Party Bus
Fri, January 24, 2020 Multi-Meeting "Meal Deal" Discount
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