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 Export to Your Calendar 5/7/2020
When: Thursday, May 7, 2020
7:30 am - 5:00 pm
Where: Mystic Lake Center
2400 Mystic Lake Blvd. NW
Prior Lake, Minnesota  55372
United States

Online registration is available until: 4/27/2020
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2018 TCSHRM Spring Conference Registration

2020 TCSHRM Spring Conference

Thursday, May 7, 2020

Mystic Lake Center

2400 Mystic Lake Blvd. NW

Prior Lake, MN 55372


Sponsorship Page HERE





*The conference has been approved for 6 SHRM credits, 4 HRCI Business credits and 2 HRCI General credits


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Registration Rates

 Conference Rates Only  Early Bird - Before March 13  After March 13
TCSHRM Member Conference Rate  $199  $269

Non-Member Conference Rate



Student $75 $135
 Bundle & Save Today-Best Rates Early Bird - Before March 13    After March 13

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



Spring Conference + Women's Conference Bundle (Member)



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






Interested in attending with your team as one of our Corporate Table Sponsors? It's a great way to invest in your team's professional development!

Come Together. Learn Together. Grow Together. 

Corporate Sponsorship Registration Page HERE


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


Keynote Speakers

Johnny C. Taylor Jr., SHRM-SCP, President and CEO of SHRM
Topic: Future State of HR: Disrupting HR Like Nothing We’ve Ever Seen


As an HR professional, you can play a significant role in promoting the success of your organization by understanding your business objectives, workplace issues, and the changing environment – nationally and globally – in which you compete. In this session, you will learn about the past, present, and future state of HR, and how to be(come) a strong contributor to the “bottom line.” Through the lens of the President & CEO of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., we will take a deep dive into how our profession plays a key role in three specific areas -- the work, the worker, and the workplace.


Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP, is President and Chief Executive Officer of Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). SHRM drives social and economic change in the workplace and fosters mutually beneficial work environments that serve both business and employees. Under Mr. Taylor’s leadership, the Society has grown to a record 300,000+ members in over 165 countries who impact the lives of more than 110 million workers every day. 
As a global leader on all matters affecting work, workers and the workplace, Mr. Taylor is a sought-after voice by C-suite executives as well as state and federal elected policy makers. He frequently is invited to testify before Congress on critical workforce issues—from sexual harassment to paid leave—and authors a weekly column, “Ask HR,” in USA Today, the country’s largest newspaper. 
Mr. Taylor was appointed by President Donald Trump as the Chair of the President’s Advisory Board on Historically Black Colleges and Universities and as a member of the American Workforce Policy Advisory Board, which advises the National Council for the American Worker on how to ensure that America’s students and workers have access to the affordable, relevant and innovative resources needed for success in the global economy. 
His 20+ year career as a lawyer, human resources executive and CEO in both the not-for-profit and for profit space shape Mr. Taylor's knowledge and perspectives. His decades of industry leadership include senior and chief executive roles at IAC/Interactive Corp, Viacom’s Paramount Pictures and Blockbuster Entertainment Group, McGuireWoods LLC and Compass Group USA. Most recently, Mr. Taylor served as President and Chief Executive Officer of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund. 
He is an active volunteer for education, employment and other social causes, serving on the boards of the University of Miami, Jobs for America’s Graduates, and the American Red Cross. He also serves as an adviser to Safe Streets & Second Chances, an initiative to reduce the high rate of recidivism among the formerly incarcerated. Mr. Taylor has served on the corporate board of Gallup, the world’s leading public opinion and consulting firm. 
Mr. Taylor holds both a Doctor of Jurisprudence and a Master of Arts with honors from Drake University. He obtained a Bachelor of Science with honors from the University of Miami. He is licensed to practice law in Florida, Illinois and Washington, D.C. 

Marissa Andrada, Chief People Officer of Chipotle
Topic: Cultivating a Better World 



Marissa Andrada will be inspiring the crowd with stories of her personal and professional journey.  She will share her vision for the future of HR and how Chipotle drives a workplace culture of inclusivity, authenticity and ‘thriveabilty.’ Marissa will discuss how Chipotle brings its purpose of Cultivating a Better World to life with a focus on employee engagement, connection, and growth, advising how attendees can do the same.


Marissa Andrada joined Chipotle as Chief People Officer in April 2018. As the first Chief People Officer for Chipotle, Marissa has brought the brand’s purpose, Cultivate a Better World, to life through its people. Marissa’s initiatives and passion points include driving a diversity strategy across all levels of the company and fostering a culture of well-being to inspire mutual learning, development and career growth. Marissa has been instrumental in redefining Chipotle’s benefits, launching a new tuition assistance program including Debt Free College Degrees and a bonus option open to all 80,000+ Chipotle employees. Prior to joining Chipotle, Ms. Andrada was Senior Vice President of Human Resources & Chief Resources Officer at Kate Spade & Company and Senior Vice President of Partner Resources for Starbucks Coffee Company. Prior to Starbucks, she served as Senior Vice President of Human Resources at GameStop Corporation and Head of Human Resources at Red Bull North America. Ms. Andrada has a Masters of Business degree from Pepperdine University and a Bachelor of Science degree from California State Polytechnic University at Pomona.

Matt Havens- Stereotyped 101
Topic: Stop Acting Your Age! (generational issues)

If you’ve listened to any other discussion about generational issues at work, then you’ve undoubtedly been told there are four distinct generations operating side-by-side in today’s working world. If you’ve ever been frustrated by how impossible it seems to employ four different strategies to manage four distinct generations, and if you’ve ever felt like you’re the only one who’s being asked to make any changes, then Stop Acting Your Age! is exactly what you need. 


Matt Havens has dedicated his career to helping others gain a greater appreciation for “Why?”  and specifically, how the answer  relates to the meaningful connections we create. At 25, Matt was helping C-suite executives at a Fortune 50 company transform their business to better capitalize on the “Millennial” opportunities present in the marketplace and in their workforce.  The success of those efforts led to speaking engagements all over the country and subsequently catapulted Matt up the corporate ladder, working in areas as diverse as marketing, sales and employee engagement.  It was during this time Matt cultivated his love for the stage and gained an appreciation for how people make meaningful connections in an increasingly modernized world. Matt brings the same drive and passion he cultivated in corporate America to audiences who want to learn something new while laughing at the same time. You’ll soon learn why Matt’s clients frequently call him the funniest and most informative speaker they have ever heard. 









Conference Schedule




7:30 a.m.

Registration, Breakfast, Networking

8:30 a.m.

Welcome to TCSHRM & SHRM Updates

Emcee: Roxane Battle

9:00 a.m.

Opening Keynote 

Johnny C. Taylor Jr.

10:00 a.m.

Exhibitor Networking Break


10:20 a.m Panel:Future of Work Josh Miller,  Josh Davies,  Cecilia Stanton Adams, Deb Broberg
11:10 a.m Exhibitor Networking Break
11:30 a.m Lunch & TCSHRM Awards 
12:00 p.m. Lunch Keynote Marissa Andrada
1:00 p.m Exhibitor Networking Break
1:20 p.m. Breakout Session 1
Maximizing Time: Re-energizing Ourselves and Our Work 
Maureen Tubbs, Dale Carnegie 
D&I But Why? Creating a Diversity Strategy  Kendra Dodd, FullFil-2B, LLC 
Leading Imperfectly: The Value of Being Authentic for Leaders, Professionals, and Human Beings  James Robilotta, JamesTRobo LLC 
The New Competitive Advantage: Creating the Employee Experience   Daniel Stewart, Stewart Leadership 
The Top 10 Employment Law "Scenarios" that Supervisors Need to Avoid   Jessica L. Roe, Roe Law Group  
The Surprising Truth to Managing Today's Workforce Jody Thompson, CultureRX 
2:20 p.m. Exhibitor Networking Break  
2:35 p.m. Breakout Session 2 

The Intersection of Strategy and Culture 
Jaime Taets, Keystone Group International  
Proud to Work: Attracting and Retaining LGBTQ+ Talent   Nick Alm, Mossier 
Change Leadership – Driving New Levels of Success in Your Organizational Change  Christine Pouliot, Evocent Leadership 
DIY Jobs: Why Future Work Will Be Designed to Fit the Employee  Paul Johnson, Workflow Coaching and Consulting  
Digital Transformation  Nicki Lertiz, Andersen Corporation 
The Best New Hire You Already Have: 5 Tips to Help Your Pre-Retirees Transition to the Next Chapter  Maureen O’Malley Rehfuss, CPI and Lorrie Saito, CPI
3:35 p.m. Exhibitor Networking Break & Happy Hour Start
3:50 p.m. Closing Keynote   Matt Havens
4:50 p.m. Closing & TCSHRM Prizes
5:00 p.m. Networking Reception  

Stay and Play

  TCSHRM Room Block Available

for May 6th & 7th at Mystic

Lake Casino Hotel!



Secure your room for the discounted rate of $169+tax under the TCSHRM         

Room Block HERESpace is limited. Secure your room today! 


Parking and Directions

Mystic Lake Center

2400 Mystic Lake Blvd. NW

Prior Lake, MN 55372


The directions on your GPS will take you to the casino. Please follow these directions to take you to the Mystic Lake Center:

Follow the Mystic Lake LED signage to Mystic Lake. When you start going over the bridge, there will be a LED signage that says “Mystic Lake Center.” That sign will be on the right of the split. Follow that road past our Little Six Casino until you get to a roundabout. Continue on the roundabout to the third exit. There will be an entryway to Mystic Lake Center self-parking there and that is where you may park.


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