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    • 19 Sep 2017
    • 7:30 AM - 10:30 AM
    • Liberty Hall, 800 Eisenhower Drive, Kimberly, WI 54136

    September is certification recognition month!  All who have their certification will receive a free gift when you attend the meeting!

    FVSHRM is excited to welcome Forsite Benefits!  In this presentation, we’ll explore how to make your wellness program meaningful, drive participation, tie results to business metrics and maintain engagement.

    For over a decade, sister companies myInertia and Forsite Benefits have advised organizations locally and nationally on meaningful wellness, helping drive healthier cultures with upwards of 71% program participation. Their expertise and outcomes are reasons why they work with renowned organizations like Cleveland Clinic, Garmin and Fitbit, among others.

    Attendees will benefit from case studies, practical takeaways and group discussion. You can expect to hear:

    • How to gain leadership commitment and ingrain wellness within culture.    
    • What goals and benchmarks to establish so you can track progress and tie to business metrics.
    • Why physical activity is the bedrock of corporate wellness success.
    • How to positively drive engagement with the right incentives.
    • And more…

    Whether you are only beginning your corporate wellness journey or a seasoned vet, join us for an insightful conversation that will help you to take another step towards wellness success.

     

    SPEAKER INFORMATION:

    Sherry Freeman -

    Sherry has a degree in Human Nutrition/Dietetics and Business. She has continued her education by becoming a certified Personal Trainer, a Faculty Member of WELCOA and attending ongoing training.

    As the myInertia Wellness Director, Sherry has helped develop, market and launch the corporate wellness solution to employers nationally. Her knowledge and experience have helped to shape the program into one that focuses on engagement strategies and has proven to help employers reach their wellness goals.

    Drew Leatherberry -

    Drew started his own brokerage in 2009, was acquired by Forsite Benefits in 2013 and now advises organizations on benefit-integrated wellness strategies. He was named a 2015 Rising Star by Employee Benefit Adviser, an accolade given to 20 individuals nationally, along with being named to the 2015 Future 15 by the Greater Green Bay Chamber.

    As a licensed Benefit Consultant, Drew teams with organizations across multiple industries to develop sustainable benefit programs that increase employee satisfaction. His passion is helping organizations build a culture that engages employees in healthier lifestyles. Over time, a number of his clients have experienced participation and engagement rates of 60-80% or higher in their wellness program.

    SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
    7:30am - 8:00am Registration/Networking/Breakfast
    8:00am - 8:15am Business Meeting/Sponsor Presentations
    8:15am - 10:30am Program
     

    RECERTIFICATION CREDITS:
    The program has been submitted for general credit for HRCI and for SHRM continued education credits.  
       
       
    REGISTRATION:
    To register at the member price to attend, you need to log into the FVSHRM website using your member username and password. Please note that registration for this program will not be reimbursed due to
    cancelation or no-show nor can payment for this session be transferred to a future program.

     

     

    • 26 Sep 2017
    • 2 sessions
    • 5th Quarter Sports Bar and Banquet Hall

    Do you want to develop your leadership skills while helping to strengthen local nonprofits?

    Attend the Nonprofit Leadership Initiative's free, informational event on September 26, 2017.

    Morning Session:

    9:00 - 11:00 a.m.- Networking, complimentary food and drinks

    9:45 - 10:15 a.m.- Panel presentation

    Evening Session

    5:00 - 7:00 p.m. - Networking, complimentary food and drinks

    5:45 - 6:15 p.m. - Panel Presentation


    Panel:

    Many other nonprofits will be invited by the Heart of the Valley Chamber of Commerce to have a booth at the event to promote their board opportunities.

    Information will be provided on how your board or committee service to a nonprofit strengthens the quality of the services nonprofits provideas well as develops your leadership skills to enhance your career.

    View a short video of our January 2017 event: Housing

    2017 Remaining Schedule:
    November 2: Focus on Education at Valley New School breakfast  

    Click HERE for more information and to register.
    • 28 Sep 2017
    • 8:00 AM - 2:30 PM
    • Riverview Gardens, 1101 S. Oneida Street, Appleton, WI

    The Appleton Group, LLC has partnered with FVSHRM to bring you "Get Your 401(k) Plan In Gear". 

    The 401(k) arena is changing fast, with new fiduciary regulations in force, continued focus on plan fees, and participant retirement readiness all taking center stage. This is your opportunity to increase your expertise in areas such as retirement plan design, operations, comprehension of fiduciary obligations, and improving outcomes.

    Click HERE to register!

    Workshop Presenters:

    • Chris Davis, Associate Regional Director – The United States Department of Labor-EBSA
    • Bob Simandl, Attorney at Law– von Briesen & Roper S.C. 
    • Mark Scheffler, CEO – Appleton Group
    • Jacqueline Krull, President – Pension Inc.
    • Robert Buss, CPA Senior Manager – Wipfli LLP
    • Hoeft/Hunt Team, Advisor to Employer Plans – Appleton Group

    There is no charge to attend this workshop.  

    This workshop has been submitted for recertification credit hours through HRCI and SHRM.

    Seating is limited so please RSVP by September 14th. 
    • 30 Sep 2017
    • 9:15 AM
    • Fox Valley Technical College

    HeartWalk

    Fox Valley SHRM has recently registered to participate in the American Heart Association Heart Walk. We are inviting you to walk by our side in the fight to make healthier, longer lives possible for everyone.

    The Heart Walk is so much more than an event to us.  It's the opportunity to change the future and make a positive impact in the lives of those who are affected by heart diseases and stroke.

    Chances are, you know someone who has been affected by heart diseases or stroke. One in three Americans has some form of cardiovascular disease and stroke is the leading cause of disability in the United States. We can change this by walking and raising funds for the American Heart Association.

    The power we have together far outweighs what one can do alone. We're not just walking. We're Heartwalking. Will you please join our team? It would mean so much to us!  There is no cost to participate in the walk/run and all donations will go to the American Heart Association on behalf of Fox Valley SHRM.

    Click here to view the team page for Fox Valley SHRM
    If the text above does not appear as a clickable link, you can visit the web address:
    2017 Fox Cities Heart Walk: Fox Valley SHRM - Heart Walk - American Heart Association

     

    Event Information

    Event Schedule

    Saturday, September 30, 2017

    Festivities Begin at 8:00

    Walk Begins at 9:15

    Event Location

    Fox Valley Technical College

    1825 North Bluemound Drive

    Appleton, WI 54912

    Heart Walk Customer Support (for additional questions)

    customercare@heart.org

    (855) 229-4424

     

    Thank you!

     

    If you are unable to participate and would like to donate as a SHRM member instead, please feel free to follow the link to donate.

    Fox Valley SHRM

     

     

     

    • 17 Oct 2017
    • 7:30 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Liberty Hall, 800 Eisenhower Drive, Kimberly, WI 54136

    Fox Valley SHRM is excited to bring back the Law Firm of Conway, Olejniczak & Jerry, S.C. for our fall session of Labor Law Update. 

    Members of the LCOJ employment law team will discuss legal developments arising in 2017 and how those developments are likely to impact Fox Valley SHRM Human Resource professionals.  The team will provide their insight on the developments, provide recommendations for compliance, and answer questions from the audience.  Topics will include:

    • Impact of Trump Administration on federal labor and employment law, and steps employers need to take to comply.  This will include a review and analysis of the dramatic changes in rules and guidances of the EEOC, OSHA, USCIS, Wage and Hour, Department of Labor, OFCCP, NLRB and other agencies.

    • New court decisions under Title VII, the ADA and the FMLA and how those decisions may impact wellness plans, pre- and post-employment medical examinations, drug testing (especially in states with legalized marijuana), accommodation obligations, leave requirements, and related topics.

    • Recent Wisconsin developments, including cases under the Fair Employment Act, Wisconsin Wage and Hour laws, Unemployment laws, Right to Work Act, and other state and local developments affecting Fox Valley employers.

    • Future “Hot Button” issues and practical recommendations for minimizing liabilities in your workplace.

    Attendees will be encouraged to discuss their experiences with these developing laws and to bring any questions they have for review and comment by the LCOJ employment law team.

      

    Speaker Information:

    Greg Grobe

    Greg Grobe's practice focuses on labor and employment law. This includes issues arising under the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act, the federal Civil Rights Acts, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration laws, state and federal Family and Medical Leave Acts, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, the National Labor Relations Act, the Wisconsin Worker's Compensation Act and related legislation. He is a frequent speaker and trainer on employment-related topics, has published many articles on labor and employment laws and serves as a legal commentator on local television networks.

    Greg represents employers in connection with union organizing efforts and frequently serves as lead negotiator for collective bargaining agreements. He guides companies through labor disputes such as strikes, walkouts, pickets, and slowdowns. He also litigates, arbitrates and mediates many union labor cases.

    Greg works with human resource professionals to prepare, review and update personnel forms, procedures and agreements, including employee handbooks, restrictive covenants, executive compensation contracts and severance agreements to ensure legal compliance. He frequently advises employers on layoffs, RIFS, furloughs and WARN Act compliance. Greg has successfully litigated employment and other types of claims before state and federal administrative agencies and courts of all levels.

    Ross Townsend

    Ross W. Townsend has more than 25 years of experience in representing large and small employers in the full range of employment-related legal matters, including disputes arising under the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act, the National Labor Relations Act, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, and the Family Medical Leave Act. He has represented employers in labor arbitrations and negotiations and in proceedings before the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the National Labor Relations Board, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, and numerous state and federal courts in Wisconsin and across the United States. He has also devoted a substantial portion of his practice to providing his clients with proactive advice and training regarding ways to minimize or prevent legal risk while simultaneously achieving their objectives.

    Ross has extensive speaking experience regarding employment and labor matters, issues regarding non-compete and confidentiality agreements, and related rules and regulations. He has conducted countless in-house training sessions for clients, taught graduate level classes for a private university, and spoken at numerous meetings and seminars.

    Jodi Arndt Labs

    Jodi Labs’ practice focuses on environmental and employment law issues. In her environmental practice, Jodi counsels corporations and individuals in regulatory compliance, permitting, enforcement, and business and real estate transactions, including due diligence, environmental assessments and cleanups. Jodi’s practice includes the redevelopment of Brownfield sites and the remediation of Superfund sites and other contaminated properties. Jodi represents clients in state and federal courts, and before the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, the Wisconsin Department of Justice, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and other state and federal environmental agencies.

    Jodi counsels employers in all aspects of labor and employment law. She works with management and human resource professionals to minimize or prevent legal risk while allowing employers to achieve their business objectives. Jodi has represented employers in a wide variety of forums including proceedings before the Equal Rights Division, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, the U.S. Department of Labor, as well as state and federal courts in Wisconsin. She is also a frequent speaker and trainer on employment-related topics.

    Kurt Goehre

    Kurt A. Goehre practices employment law and general litigation and advises clients on both business and personal matters. A large portion of his practice focuses on employment matters, including wage and hour litigation, post-employment restrictive agreements, contract disputes, labor relations, employee benefits, worker's compensation, employment discrimination litigation, and various regulatory compliance issues under the Fair Labor Standards Act, state and federal Family and Medical Leave Acts, the federal Civil Rights Acts, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, the National Labor Relations Act, the Wisconsin Worker's Compensation Act, the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act, Worker Adjustment & Retraining Notification Act and Occupational Safety and Health Administration laws. Kurt also assists clients on matters pertaining to contract drafting, insurance defense, corporate governance, and business litigation.

    Kurt has represented clients in cases before the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, the United States District Courts for the Eastern and Western Districts of Wisconsin, the Wisconsin Court of Appeals, Wisconsin Circuit Courts, and state and federal agencies.

     

    Schedule of Events:
    7:30am - 8:00am Registration/Networking/Breakfast
    8:00am - 8:45am Business Meeting/Sponsor Presentations
    8:45am - Noon Program
     


    Recertification Credits:
    The program has been submitted for 3 hours of general credit for HRCI and 3 hours for SHRM continued education credits.  
       


       
    Registration:
    To register at the member price to attend, you need to log into the FVSHRM website using your member username and password. Please note that registration for this program will not be reimbursed due to cancelation or no-show nor can payment for this session be transferred to a future program.

     

    Cancellation Policy:
    Registration for this program will not be reimbursed due to cancellation or no-show, nor can payment for this session be transferred to a future program.

       

     

     

     

    • 24 Oct 2017
    • 7:30 AM - 11:00 AM
    • D.J. Bordini Center of Fox Valley Technical College

    The Appleton Area School District is hosting the launch of its career based learning program for businesses. The event will focus on how the school district is working together with area businesses and their workforce needs as well as opportunities to become engaged.

     How you and your business benefit:

    • You have the opportunity to create more ways to nurture student interest in jobs and careers with your company and in your industry.

    • Together, we will help future workers understand the education and skills they need to secure jobs and be successful employees in your company.

    • With your input, you will help ensure that the school district’s curriculum is supporting the development of essential skills your business needs.

    I hope you can join us at the meeting which takes place at the D.J. Bordini Center of Fox Valley Technical College from 7:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. on October 24. The morning will feature AASD Superintendent Judy Baseman as well as keynote speaker Jim Morgan who will address how career based learning in tandem with businesses and communities impacts workforce needs.

    If you want to attend or RSVP early, please contact Rita O’Brien at obrienrita@aasd.k12.wi.us or 920-832-6157 ext. 2187 so we can include you in our outreach efforts moving forward.

     

    • 14 Nov 2017
    • 7:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Liberty Hall, 800 Eisenhower Drive, Kimberly, WI 54136

    Association for Talent Development (ATD), in partnership with the Fox Valley SHRM Chapter proudly presents “The Guru of Thank You!” Dr. Bob Nelson!

    Ubuntu: Inspiring Teamwork & Collaboration at Work Inspire a Greater Sense of Purpose, Connectedness and Unity Among Your Team Members

    Multi-million copy best-selling author Dr. Bob Nelson (1501 Ways to Reward Employees, The Management Bible) shares his expertise and energy to show managers and organizations how to obtain new levels of focus, excitement and results in any work environment through the principles of Ubuntu, the South African philosophy unity and connectedness that Nelson Mandela used to unify that country after the fall of apartheid.  This session is based on that concept and a parable of the same name that the Dr. Bob co-authored with Dr. Stephen Lundin (co-author of the mega-million copy best-selling Fish! series).  Dr. Nelson delivers a passionate, inspiring, high-energy, multi-media program that intertwines fun & creativity, learning & application, and numerous examples & best practices from business, sports, politics & music in applying this traditional African principle of unity, connectedness and teamwork to the world of work today. He draws upon his own research and doctoral work as well as experience in working with hundreds of organizations on the topic of employee motivation and high-performing teams to show how any organization or work group can incorporate the principles of Ubuntu in simple, practical ways. This session will be filled with specific real-life examples and techniques that can be immediately applied back on the job by attendees to systematically leverage, build and sustain a culture of teamwork, motivation, engagement and recognition in their workplace.  Topics covered include:                                                                                                                

    • The Core Principles & Philosophy of Ubuntu
    • Creating a Shared Vision and Sense of Purpose
    • Inspiring Others to Greatness at Work
    • Creating Greater Rapport from Shared Experiences at Work
    • Creative Ways to Recognize Team Effort and Results

    Engaging & Retaining High Potential Employees Learn How Best to Identify, Develop and Retain Your High Potential Talent—Before They Leave Your Organization

    Organizations have dedicated and invested millions of dollars in identifying and developing High Potential employees (HIPOs) within their workforce.  This cream-of-the-crop top talent is often pegged for leadership roles early on in their careers and are the first to participate in innovative leadership development programs.  Despite the considerable amount of time and effort companies put into guiding them, studies show that many High Potentials remain unengaged in their work and continue to actively pursue other opportunities. In the last 12 months, 30% of High Potentials have changed jobs, a number that is expected to increase as the economy further improves.  Over 50% of executives feel their organizations are ineffective at managing and keeping top talent and 90% of CEOs rank a retention plan for the organization’s High Potentials as a top priority for Human Resources.  This session will cover the following topics:

    • The Need to Better Focus on High Potentials
    • How to Identify Your High Potentials
    • The Current Challenges with this Group of Top Performers
    • Six Strategies to Increase High Potential Engagement
    • A Case Study in Developing High Potentials    

    Discover the best practices of leading organizations as they seek to motivate and empower their High Potential population. Learn skills you can apply to your own workforce, from how best to identify High Potentials to keeping them engaged and invested in their work so that they can continue to perform at top levels. The time to get focused on these special performers is before they start leaving your organization!

    SPEAKER INFORMATION:

    Dr. Bob Nelson is considered one of the leading authorities on employee recognition, motivation and engagement.  He is president of Nelson Motivation Inc., a management training and consulting company that specializes in helping organizations improve their management practices, programs and systems. He serves as an Executive Strategist for HR Issues and has worked with 80 percent of the Fortune 500. He previously worked closely with Dr. Ken Blanchard, The One Minute Manager, for ten years and is currently a personal coach for Dr. Marshall Goldsmith, the #1-ranked Executive Coach in the World. 

    Dr. Bob has sold over 4 million books on management and motivation, including 1501 Ways to Reward Employees, 1001 Ways to Energize Employees, Recognizing & Engaging Employees For Dummies, and The Management Bible.  He received an MBA in organizational behavior from UC Berkeley and earned his PhD in management with the late, great Dr. Peter Drucker, “The Father of Modern Management,” at The Peter F. Drucker Graduate Management School in Los Angeles.  He teaches for the MBA program at the Rady School of Management at the University of California at San Diego.

    SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
    7:30am - 8:00am Registration/Networking/Breakfast
    8:00am - 8:30am Business Meeting/Sponsor Presentations
    8:30am - 11:30am Program
     

    RECERTIFICATION CREDITS:
    The program has been approved for 2.75 hours of general credit for HRCI and 2.75 hours for SHRM continued education credits.  
         
         
    REGISTRATION:
    To register at the member price to attend, you need to log into the FVSHRM website using your member username and password. Please note that registration for this program will not be reimbursed due to cancelation or no-show nor can payment for this session be transferred to a future program.

       

     

    • 12 Dec 2017
    • 7:30 AM - 10:30 AM
    • Liberty Hall, 800 Eisenhower Drive, Kimberly, WI 54136

    Join the 80,000+ people who have learned how to achieve business and career success with LinkedIn, the world's most popular professional networking site, from Wayne Breitbarth, a nationally recognized LinkedIn speaker, consultant and Wis the author of The Power Formula for LinkedIn Success: Kick-start Your Business, Brand and Job Search, now in its third edition. (You will receive a copy of his book as part of your registration fee.)

    Wayne will share with you the best LinkedIn strategies and features for recruiting purposes and to improve your personal brand including how to: 

    • Use your experience and relationships to meet your business and career goals
    • Create a compelling profile that will help the right people find you 
    • Capitalize on the hidden LinkedIn features the best recruiters are using
    • Quickly and easily search for potential candidates who have the skills and experience you need

    SPEAKER INFORMATION:

    Wayne Breitbarth is the CEO of Power Formula LLC. He is an experienced businessman, speaker, and author and an internationally recognized industry leader in LinkedIn training, marketing, and consulting.

    Wayne Breitbarth is the CEO of Power Formula LLC and has shared his expertise with more than 80,000 business professionals through private business consulting, dynamic presentations to worldwide audiences, and his critically acclaimed book The Power Formula for LinkedIn Success (now in its third edition). He has been featured in Forbes, Inc., Wired, and American Express Open Forum and seen on NBC and Fox Business.

    Wayne works with companies to develop a comprehensive strategy for using LinkedIn to increase sales, raise brand awareness, recruit employees and reduce recruiting fees, and discover new markets for products and services. He shares his proven five-step process for LinkedIn results with individuals through his online course Explode Your Revenues Using LinkedIn.

    He is a CPA, received an accounting degree from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and an MBA from Marquette University, and has received recognition for his public service in the Milwaukee community, where he resides with his wife of 35 years.

    SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
    7:30am - 8:00am Registration/Networking/Breakfast
    8:00am - 8:15am Business Meeting/Sponsor Presentations
    8:15am - 10:30am Program
     

    RECERTIFICATION CREDITS:
    The program has been approved for 2 hours of general credit for HRCI and 2 hours for SHRM continued education credits.  
       
       
    REGISTRATION:
    To register at the member price to attend, you need to log into the FVSHRM website using your member username and password. Please note that registration for this program will not be reimbursed due to cancelation or no-show nor can payment for this session be transferred to a future program.

     

    • 09 Jan 2018
    • 7:30 AM - 10:30 AM
    • Liberty Hall, 800 Eisenhower Drive, Kimberly, WI 54136

    FVSHRM is excited to welcome Professor Dale Feinauer back to lead a discussion focused on strategic planning. 

    Historically, the human resource management department of organizations has been responsible for “doing“ the human resource management function of the organization.  This seminar discusses with the increasing focus on employee empowerment and involvement in decision making, the role of the human resource management function is changing dramatically.  Increasing the function of the human resource management department is to:

    1.      Train, coach and support the other parts of the organization in the completion of basic human resource management functions

    2.      Provide technical and legal support for the human resource management function

    3.      Provide organization-wide perspectives on human resource management

    4.      Manage organizational culture

    This seminar focuses on why this transition has occurred and what it means for those in human resource management and those who are responsible for an organization’s human resource management functions.

    Speaker Information:
    Dale Feinauer received his Ph.D. in Labor and Human Resources from Ohio State University.  He has been a Professor in The College of Business at The University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh since 1983; teaching a wide variety of courses, including Compensation at both undergraduate and graduate levels. Dale has published eleven articles and presented twenty-three academic papers. He has engaged in consulting for over two hundred organizations in a variety of management areas including compensation system design. Dale has conducted over six hundred training seminars on five continents. Active in his community he has served on the boards of multiple not-for-profit, governmental and for profit organizations. Dale is a high energy facilitator who is known for helping groups find ways to collaboratively make good things happen.  Dale has been the Faculty Liaison to the WFBF for ten years and current is the Director of MBA programs for the College of Business.

    Schedule of Events:
    7:30am - 8:00am Registration/Networking/Breakfast
    8:00am - 8:30am Business Meeting
    8:30am - 10:30am Program
     
    Recertification Credits:
    The program has been submitted for 2 hours of general credit for HRCI and 2 hours for SHRM continued education credits.  
       
    Registration:
    To register at the member price to attend, you need to log into the FVSHRM website using your member username and password. Please note that registration for this program will not be reimbursed due to cancelation or no-show nor can payment for this session be transferred to a future program.

    CANCELLATION POLICY:
    Registration for this program will not be reimbursed due to cancellation or no-show, nor can payment for this session be transferred to a future program.
      

    • 20 Feb 2018
    • 7:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Liberty Hall, 800 Eisenhower Drive, Kimberly, WI 54136

    Details coming soon... 

    • 20 Mar 2018
    • 7:30 AM - 10:30 AM
    • Liberty Hall, 800 Eisenhower Drive, Kimberly, WI 54136

    FVSHRM is excited to welcome Bill Marklein with Employ Humanity!

    Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is the ability to effectively manage our own emotions and the emotions around us and it is quickly becoming the #1 competency for workplace leadership in the 21st Century. Shareholders, associates, customers and all of humanity crave for a workplace culture that values and is committed to Emotional Intelligence. Employ Humanity creates Emotionally Intelligent cultures to improve the well-being and performance of employees and this attracts top talent. Everybody is looking for a better human connection experience. With the rapid acceleration of technology, distractions, change and stress—Emotional Intelligence is even more crucial for building healthy, trusting relationships both personally and professionally. Most importantly, building a healthy relationship with yourself…You can never pour from an empty cup. Learn about Emotional Intelligence and how to use self and social awareness, adaptability and empathy daily for 21st Century servant leadership. Participants will discover how Emotional Intelligence can be integrated into their workplace culture to improve communication, purpose and morale.

    Speaker Information:

    Bill Marklein has his Master's Degree in Corporate Communication from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater with his primary research on Emotional Intelligence (EQ) and human connection. A specialized expertise for Emotional Intelligence in the business community was developed with his entire professional career spent working for small and large chambers of commerce, most recently as Community Relations Director for the Sheboygan County Chamber (WI). Marklein has presented nationally coast-to-coast from San Diego to Savannah on Emotional Intelligence and has trained healthcare administration on the topic at one of the largest independent healthcare facilities in Wisconsin. In Savannah, Marklein was a featured speaker at the American Chamber of Commerce Executives National Convention. He recently founded Employ Humanity LLC to inspire Emotional Intelligence in workplaces across the country for the betterment of humanity. You can learn more about Employ Humanity by visiting www.employhumanity.com

    Schedule of Events:
    7:30am - 8:00am Registration/Networking/Breakfast
    8:00am - 8:30am Business Meeting
    8:30am - 10:30am Program
     
    Recertification Credits:
    The program has been submitted for 2 hours of general credit for HRCI and 2 hours for SHRM continued education credits.  
       
    Registration:
    To register at the member price to attend, you need to log into the FVSHRM website using your member username and password. Please note that registration for this program will not be reimbursed due to cancelation or no-show nor can payment for this session be transferred to a future program.
     

    Cancellation Policy:
    Registration for this program will not be reimbursed due to cancellation or no-show, nor can payment for this session be transferred to a future program.

      

Contact us at foxvalleyshrm@gmail.com

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