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January Chapter Meeting
January 12 @ 7:45 am - 9:00 am$10 – $15
New Beginnings: Navigating Uncertainty with Intention
There is no doubt that 2020 has brought about tremendous change and uncertainty in our daily lives, personally and professionally. As we navigate change, we can choose to go with the flow and be reactive to it or shift to being proactive and intentionally navigate the change(s). This session will help individuals navigate changes that naturally occur in life by providing awareness of the emotional components of those changes and the tools to process through the emotions independently. Additionally, individuals will be able to put together an action plan to move forward intentionally. Understanding change and the components of the change are valuable not only to the individual who participates but also to be able to utilize the skills and knowledge gained to help employees and organizations with change management.
Learning Objectives – As a result of this program, attendees will be able to:
1. Frame beginnings with the phases of endings, neutral zone and beginnings
2. Connect the stages of grief as well as create awareness of how moods and emotions impact how we show up and navigate changes, such as new beginnings
3. Create individual’s personal brand by identifying purpose and values
4. Create an action plan based on new learnings in the session and commit to the plan
Approved for 1.0 SHRM credit
Pending approval for 1.0 HRCI General credit
Leslie Wireback is an experienced human resources professional who has partnered with executive leadership to create and enhance cultures that advance business and engage employees. Her honest and caring approach creates authentic connections with individuals. These relationships enable her to get to the core of any issues or concerns and leverage her business and HR experience to propel success. With over 20 years working in human resources, she is well versed in the challenges of balancing employee relations and managing business needs and expectations.
She is actively engaged as a volunteer with the Lancaster Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), where she currently serves as President. Additionally, she participates in the Career Ready Lancaster coalition. Leslie was awarded the 2019 HR Person of the Year by Lancaster SHRM. Leslie holds a BS in Business Administration and Master of Business Administration from Millersville University. She is currently a coach in training in the Newfield Network’s Coaching Certification program.
Thank You to All of Our 2020 Sponsors!
View their information in the LSHRM Business Directory
Registration closes on Monday, January 11, at 5 pm.
Late or morning-of registration will not be available. The program will be presented virtually, and the login information will be sent out by or on Monday evening.
If you don’t receive the login information or have trouble accessing the program, please email ProfDevelopment@LancasterSHRM.org .