Is philanthropy important to your organization? Are you familiar with Shoes and Clothes for Kids (SC4K)? Of every dollar donated to SC4K, $0.92 goes directly to the programs and services that benefit the children they serve. For six consecutive years, Shoes and Clothes for Kids has achieved the coveted 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, an honor bestowed upon only 3% of the nation’s charities and is the only non-profit organization in Greater Cleveland providing new shoes and clothes, at no charge, throughout the year to thousands of children in need. You can support this worthy organization by bringing new children’s underwear, socks and/or monetary donations with you to the Shoes and Clothes for Kids Booth at NOHRC.
What organization do you / your companies support?
Concurrent sessions and quality speakers are the foundation of any conference. This year our speakers will be presenting on a wide variety of topics with a goal to generate new ideas for participants to take back to their respective organizations. NOHRC 2013 is offering 10 concurrent sessions this year! We hope that you will join us on March 8 for some truly outstanding speakers! You can review our schedule by visiting nohrc.org/schedule.cfm<http://nohrc.org/schedule.cfm>
Which concurrent sessions are you planning on attending?
Jim Knight is predictable in his unpredictability! Throw in a bit of irreverence and you have NOHRC 2013’s opening session – “How to Build a Rock Star Team.” In Jim’s interactive session he will highlight best practices to create, maintain and revolutionize a strong internal employee culture, by building and managing top talent. Previously, Jim worked for the Hard Rock Cafe and brings his musical background to our opening session of Rhythms of Success!
What methods do you use to build an inclusive culture to identify Rock Star performers on your team?
Take some good advice and PLAN your day prior to coming to a conference. Here’s a great read http://tinyurl.com/aay9jfr from Wednesday 2/13’s Plain Dealer. Register TODAY as our Tier II registration discount of $195 for SHRM members (the Tier III pricing for SHRM members is $245 after 2/15) ends TODAY. If you would like to take advantage of our final discount for registration before the conference, please go to www.nohrc.org to register.
Don’t forget! Act now! The Tier II registration discount of $195 for SHRM members (the Tier III pricing for SHRM members is $245 after 2/15) ends on Friday, February 15th. If you would like to take advantage of our final discount for registration before the conference, please go to www.nohrc.org to register.
Have you registered? What benefits do you hope to gain be attending NOHRC 2013?
Don’t forget! Act now! The Tier II registration discount of $195 for SHRM members (the Tier III pricing for SHRM members is $245 after 2/15) ends on Friday, February 15th. If you would like to take advantage of our final discount for registration before the conference, please go to www.nohrc.org to register. Have you registered? If so, why not?
NOHRC 2013’s luncheon keynote speakers feature Philip Solomon and Dan Thurmon’s Rhythms of Success. These dynamic presenter’s combine a powerful message with the elements of music, percussion, acrobatics and audience involvement. In Rhythms of Success, the duo will teach us how to build and strengthen our most vital relationships while enhancing the importance of interviewing, negotiating, and providing coaching! Visit www.nohrc.org for more information and to register.
What negotiation or communication skills do you hope to learn from this session?
NOHRC 2013 will be closing the conference with Chip Madera as he shares his thoughts on How to Be An HR Rock Star! In this session you’ll learn how to define a high Performance Culture, find out about HR’s Role in creating a culture of WOW!; and learn strategies for engaging employees and creating a high performance culture. Don’t miss out on this amazing power session, as well as strategic credits!
What knowledge, skills, and/or abilities distinguish HR Rock Stars in your organization?