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When: Friday, May 10, 2019
7:15 am - 5:00 pm
Where: Radisson Blu - Mall of America
2100 Killebrew Dr
Bloomington, Minnesota  55425
United States


Online registration is available until: 5/3/2019
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2018 TCSHRM Spring Conference Registration

  

 

2019 TCSHRM Spring Conference: All In

Friday, May 10, 2019

Radisson Blu - Mall of America

2100 Killebrew Dr.

Bloomington, MN 55425

Sponsorship Page HERE



Registration Rates

 Conference Rates Only  Early Bird - Before March 15  After March 15
TCSHRM Member Conference Rate  $199  $269

Non-Member Conference Rate

$309

$369

Student $75 $135
 Bundle & Save Today-Best Rates Early Bird - Before March 15    After March 15

Discounted TCSHRM Membership (New or Renewal) + Member Conference Rate

$275

$350

Spring Conference + Women's Conference Bundle (Member)

$300

$385

 Spring Conference + Women's Conference Bundle (Non-Member)  $370  $455

 

Note: Full payment must accompany order to reserve your space.

 


Keynote Speakers




Joe Gerstandt & Jason Lauritsen, Talent Anarchy - Keeping it Real

The What, Why and How of Authentic Leadership
In this hyper-connected, global, short attention span world we live in today, finding success in leading other people requires a different approach. Individualization is the dominant trend of the day. People want everything customized to their individual needs and preferences, including their leader. Being a good leader is hard work. It is impossible to be all things to everyone, so what can you do? The answer begins with authenticity. The most successful leaders cultivate their own style that is rooted in who they are and what they believe. Authentic leaders are comfortable in their own skin so they can embrace others as they are and then inspire them to be exceptional in their own way.
Learning Objectives
• Gain a broader understanding of authenticity and its critical role in leading and engaging an increasingly diverse workforce
• Discover the critical role authentic leadership plays in creating a culture that is inclusive, engaging and innovative.
• Develop a deep understanding of the four components of authenticity including specific guidance for developing these components in others

 




Theresa Rose - Creating True Connections in a World of Distractions and Disengagement 

Let's face it. Organizational cultures and work relationships aren't always smooth sailing. People are spending more time sending (and deleting) emails and voice mail messages instead of actually connecting with each other. Personalities are clashing and teams are fracturing. Just imagine how much more successful your team could be if they understood how to listen more effectively. Collaborate with positive intention. Innovate with enthusiasm and energy. And communicate in a way that creates purposeful partnerships at every turn. Get ready for your team to achieve higher and higher levels of success while creating an empowered culture that has them wanting to come to work every day.







Karith Foster - Stereotyped 101

This program is uniquely designed to educate and cultivate a sincere comprehension of the intersection of modern day diversity, but with a focus on Inversity™ - inclusion and introspection. Karith Foster, professional comedian and speaker, uses the perfect blend of humor, interactive audience participation and heartfelt personal stories to engage her audience and shed light on taboo and sensitive subjects that include but are not limited to racism, LGBTQIA issues, class-ism, even size-ism and the many other predispositions that fall into the realm of our unconscious bias. This high-energy presentation prompts people to not just think about how we view the world and ourselves but how to actively promote change.



Conference Schedule

Time

Session

Speaker

7:15 a.m.

Registration, Breakfast, Networking


8:00 a.m.

Welcome to TCSHRM & SHRM Updates

8:30 a.m.

Opening Keynote - Keeping it Real

Talent Anarchy

9:30 a.m.

Exhibitor Networking Break

 

10:00 a.m Panel: HR Hot Topics Sarah Waite, Patricia Jesperson, Jennifer HuberAngela Lurie, Toni Quist
10:45 a.m Exhibitor Networking Break
11:00 a.m Lunch
11:15 a.m Ogletree Deakins & TCSHRM Awards
11:45 a.m Lunch Keynote - Creating True Connections in a world of distractions and Disengagement  Theresa Rose
12:45 p.m Exhibitor Networking Break
1:00 p.m. Breakout Sessions

Secrets to Maximizing Employee and Team Performance Jason Treu,Jason Treu Executive Coaching
Behavioral Economics - Strategies for the "Human" Parts of Human Resources Jordan Birnbaum,ADP LLC
Influence from WithIN: Using Intrinsic Motivation to Reshape HR Practices Rosalynn Verges,Fabric
Robot Resources: Making Recruitment More Personalized Zac Engler,Amplifon
Sara Taylor, deepSEE Consulting
From Fear and Polarization to Courage and Connection: Creating Effective Interactions Across Difference
2:00 p.m Exhibitor Networking Break  
2:20 p.m Breakout Sessions
 
Leveraging Emotional Intelligence: How HR Can Lead on Diversity & Inclusion Anne Phibbs, Strategic Diversity Initiatives
What Employees REALLY Think About WellBeing Programs Beth A. Stewart, Willis Towers Watson
Rethinking HR Steve Riege, Ovation Leadership
Leading in a Matrixed Organization – A Carnegie Point of View  Mike Scott and Jennifer Huber, Dale Carnegie Training North Central US
My Leaders Have Problems!   Daniel J. StewartStewart Leadership
3:20 p.m Exhibitor Networking Break & Happy Hour Start
3:40 p.m Closing Keynote - Stereotyped 101 Karith Foster
4:40 p.m Closing & Prizes
5:00 p.m Networking Reception  

 

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