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The Role of HR in Healing Workplace Wounds
Human Resource professionals are often seen as the unofficial counselors in their organization but may not have recognize the impact of their own workplace wounds from previous positions or the pandemic. Attendees will learn to identify, address, and learn from their wounds to strengthen their emotional intelligence and mental health. By gaining freedom and wisdom from their own experiences, HR professionals will be better prepared to provide consultative guidance at their organization which benefits both the leadership team and employees.
- Recognize the short and long-term impact of negative employment experiences
- Strengthen emotional intelligence through personal and professional development
- Understand the financial impact of turnover, burnout, and conflict that can occur due to an unhealthy culture or dysfunctional teams
- Identify the warning signs of workplace wounds that may require a leave of absence, employee assistance program, or legal assistance to protect both the employee and company.
- Develop a strategy and plan to support the development and maturation of your organization through training, resources, and relationship management
Speaker bio for
After graduating from Texas Tech with a degree in Sociology, Justin attended Southwestern Seminary in Fort Worth to study Marriage and Family Counseling. While attending graduate school, he worked part time at Cellular World in the accounting department. When a position became available in Human Resources it seemed like a much better fit for his background. Since he lacked formal training in HR, Justin decided to attend courses at UTA to learn some HR stuff so that he could pursue certification. He has worked in a variety of industries including retail, health care, distribution, and engineering. In his current role with Employer Flexible, he supports the HR outsourcing needs of small to midsized organizations. From 2017-2018, he was blessed with the opportunity to serve as the President of Fort Worth HR. In 2019 he was recognized by the Fort Worth Business Press in their Top 40 under 40 Program.
This program is valid for 1 PDC for the SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit www.shrmcertification.org.”
Mid Cities HR Association is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®.
This program is pending approval for 1 recertification credit through HRCI.
All online reservations are due by close of business on the Tuesday before the meeting. Online registration will be closed at that time.
Cancellations & Payments:
We regret that we must charge members and guests the cost of the event when cancellations are not received at least 48 hours prior to the event day. Also, all payments must be made before or by the time of attendance. By submitting your registration, you agree to these conditions. We appreciate your understanding and support.
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