1st of 2-part Leadership Series
It is truly possible to be productive in environments other than a traditional office, whether it’s a coffee shop, a remote office, or even at home. For many organizations, remote work has moved beyond theory to become the way they do business. In this training we’ll discover the benefits of remote work, some guidelines for how to be successful at it, and introduce a tool that positions remote workers (or those that manage them) for success. Offered as separate modules for Remote Employees or for Managers of Remote Employees.
Certification credit = 1
Timm Collins spent the first decade of his professional career as pastor of a rapidly growing congregation in Central Florida before becoming a trainer and coach to hundreds of international leaders. His passion for leadership and team culture began early as he led dozens of high-capacity volunteers each week, and evolved more than a decade ago into a role as a team builder and cultural architect for businesses and nonprofits around the country. Timm lives in Topeka, Kansas and also serves on the Executive Team of Trash Mountain Project, an international nonprofit working in nine locations around the world. He is married to Miranda and they have 2 sons, Noah and Levi.
Timm will present on Workplace Productivity.
Stay connected for additional learning details to be posted soon!
2nd of 2-part Leadership Series
Interpersonal interactions have the power to propel your team forward or hold them back. But like all healthy relationships, a productive workplace is built on a foundation of trust. So what happens when there is a gap between what you expect from others and what you experience? Team members decide for themselves how they will fill in these gaps. In this training we learn both how to trust others and how to be trustworthy ourselves.
Certification credit = 1
Timm will present on Trust VS Suspicion.
HRMN 517 provides after-hours networking opportunities for Human Resources professionals. Can’t always make it to a meeting? Just want more time to network with other HR professionals outside the business day? HRMN 517’s purpose is just that – to provide HR professionals the opportunity to network in a relaxed setting outside of the business day.
Do you know other HR professionals who are not HRMN members but would benefit from becoming a member?
Bring them along for a HRMN introduction.
Bright & Carpenter Consulting, Inc. offers a range of public affairs and advocacy consulting services, all designed to help your organization and industry grow in Kansas. We have over 30 years of combined experience as Kansas Statehouse lobbyists and want to help your company dialogue with Kansas decision makers.
Join us for an update from our KS SHRM lobbyist, Natalie Bright. She will provide the group with the latest events that are occurring in the State and Federal Legislative systems.
We invite you to bring a guest!!!
Affiliate of Society for Human Resource Management, Chapter #662
"Human Resource Management Network" is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization. P.O. Box 356, Manhattan, KS 66502