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    HR | Leading Change by Creating Winning Culture

    Date: January 20, 2016, 7:30am – 9:30am
    Cheryl Knight
    Lacey Community Center
    $10.00 SHRM members / $15.00 non SHRM members
    Event Type:
    Chapter Meeting
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    The HR professional of tomorrow isn't worried about "her seat at the table", she's focused on building powerful organization-wide relationships and driving data driven change. Are you? 

    In a 2012 study, The Society of Human Resources reported that one of the top priorities for HR in the next 10 years will be to create an organizational culture where trust, open communication and fairness are emphasized and demonstrated by leaders. The ability of HR leaders to understand business operations, proactively exhibit strategic agility, and analyze data will become core tools that aid HR professionals in accomplishing winning culture goals. Modify HR Tribe Stategist, Robert Humes, MSHR, will lead a discussion highlighting strategies that will empower you to build organizational trust, foster effective organizational communication, and identify culture champions. 

    Learning Outcomes:

    1. Review the importance of navigating organization culture through effective communication.
    2.  Learn ways to engage leaders and build effective organizational relationships.
    3. Identify methods that allow particpants to use data to understand business implications and build HR strategies that result in proven results for the leaders they serve.


    Robert Humes, MSHR is the Tribe Strategist at ModifyHR. He consults with public and private organizations, providing leadership coaching and employee engagement resources to help align human capital assets to current and future goals and strategies. As an HR strategist and culture champion, he has led enterprise and organization-wide HR change using servant leadership and Lean methodologies. Robert has served in various HR roles across Washington state agencies including Department of Revenue, The Office of Financial Management, Labor and Industries,and Employment Security Department. Robert holds a bachelor's of science degree in Human Resource Management from the University of Maryland, University College and a master's of science degree in Human Resources from Brandman University. Robert is also a 2015 South Sound Business Examiner 40 under Forty Award recipient.


    1.5 Business HRCI Credit - APPROVED!

    1.5 SHRM Credit - APPROVED!

    To register, click HERE.