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Put on Your Own Oxygen Mask First: Balancing the Strategic and Tactical Work of HR
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Put on Your Own Oxygen Mask First: Balancing the Strategic and Tactical Work of HR

Talent Development SIG Program
Presented by: Kathleen Ferris
Location: Virginia Tech Northern Virginia Center
This program is pending HRCI and SHRM credits.

 Export to Your Calendar 11/9/2018
When: Friday, November 9, 2018
7:30 AM
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Virginia Tech Northern Virginia Center
7054 Haycock Road
Falls Church, Virginia  22204
United States


Online registration is available until: 11/9/2018
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Put on Your Own Oxygen Mask First: Balancing the Strategic and Tactical Work of HR

 

Friday, November 9, 2018

7:30 AM - 9:30 AM

 

REGISTRATION

  • Member Fee: 0
    Non-Member Fee: 15

 

PROGRAM INFORMATION

‼️ This program is pending HRCI and SHRM credits.

Program Details:

As organizations strive to do more with less, the tension between strategic and operational activities has increased dramatically over the last few years. Finding a balance between "running the business" and "changing the business" is a core challenge for HR leaders. The effect of this challenge is increased stress and decreased productivity. In this session participants will examine how they currently set priorities, identify their specific challenges, and learn tools, techniques and tips for more effectively managing their workload.


Benefits:

How will this program benefit a seasoned HR Practitioner:

  • It will provide practical, applicable tips and techniques to improve productivity and reduce stress, resulting in more effective leadership.

How will this program benefit an associate, or mid-level HR Practitioner:

  • Recognition that even in roles that are primarily tactical, you need strategic, future focus.

How will this program benefit an entry-level HR Practitioner:

  • Introduce the idea of the benefit of managing priorities.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand how work priorities are currently set and the challenges it presents.
  2. Identify 4 principles for effectively setting priorities.
  3. Identify the signs of burnout and steps to prevent it.

 

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Kathleen Ferris

Principal

KSM Associates, LLC

kathleen@leadershipdiscovery.com

http://www.thehrwhisperer.com/

 

Kathleen Ferris is a former senior human resources executive with over 25 years of extensive experience in developing and implementing strategies linking people programs to corporate, financial, and business strategies. She has a diverse background with experience in all HR functional areas, with a particular expertise in organization effectiveness. Kathleen earned a BS in Journalism from the University of Maryland-College Park, and an MS in Organization Effectiveness from Marymount University. She is an ICF certified coach and has coached numerous senior executives on leadership and organizational alignment.

 

DIRECTIONS

By Car 

If going northbound on the Capital Beltway (I-495 inner loop):

• Take Exit 49B to I-66 East. HOV restrictions may apply to I-66.

• From I-66, take Exit 66 to Route 7 East (Leesburg Pike).

• Turn left at the first light onto Haycock Road.

The Virginia Tech Northern Virginia Center is on your left next to the George Mason High School.

• At the second left turning lane at the first light, in front of the Virginia Tech Northern Virginia Center, turn left into the West Falls Church Metro Station Parking Area. After the stop sign, the center's parking is available at the next left.

 

If going southbound on the Capital Beltway (I-495 outer loop):

• Take Exit 47B to Route 7 East (Leesburg Pike).

• Remain on Route 7 for approximately 2.5 miles, passing under Interstate 66.

• Turn left at the next light onto Haycock Road. The Virginia Tech Northern Virginia Center will be on your left.

• At the second left turning lane at the first light, in front of the Virginia Tech Northern Virginia Center, turn left onto the West Falls Church Metro Station Parking Area. At the first stop sign turn left into the Center guest parking area.

 

Metro Rail

Take the Orange Line to the West Falls Church Metro Station. The Virginia Tech Northern Virginia Center is located 100 yards southwest of the Metro station across the parking lot.

 

Metro Bus

Take Route 3T or 28A to the West Falls Church Metro Station. The Virginia Tech Northern Virginia Center is located across the parking lot, southwest of the Metro station. For specific information about Metro bus scheduling, call (202) 637-7000.

 

PARKING

Parking is $4.85 per weekday. Payment by credit card only. No cash. Parking is free on weekends. If the University parking lot is full, please use the Metro parking lot across the street. A SmarTrip Card is needed to exit the Metro lot. To purchase a SmarTrip Card, visit http://www.wmata.com/fares/smartrip/

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