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    Five Habits of Destructive HR Leaders

    Date: June 14, 2017, 7:30am – 9:00am
    Cheryl Knight
    Lacey Community Center
    $10.00 SHRM members or students / $15.00 non SHRM members
    Event Type:
    Chapter Meeting
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    How critical is leadership to the HR profession? Think about how businesses build competitive advantage in the age of information and knowledge, knowledge is power after all.  But it is only powerful if you know how to USE it and develop great habits for doing so.  Too often we see HR leaders abusing their knowledge and developing deadly habits assuring them their place in the pantheon of destructive leaders. 

    This workshop is designed to provide insights into the bad habits developed by destructive HR leaders and how to avoid developing these habits. During this workshop, you will learn how to identify the common traits and habits of destructive HR leaders, how to recognize these habits when confronted with them, and how to spot positive traits of effective HR leaders and teams. The goal for this workshop is to help you become a business leader capable of driving results through effective behaviors.

    This Competency-Based Workshop is designed to help HR Professionals develop effective strategies for applying HR competencies in their day-to-day functions. The workshop accomplishes this by focusing on viewing HR competencies in action as delivered by HR experts. The workshop also aligns with at least one behavioral competency, allowing for practical application of the knowledge gained throughout the program.


    Five Destructive Habits of HR Leaders aligns to the following competencies:

    • Leadership and Navigation

    • HR Expertise (HR Knowledge)

    1.0 General HRCI Credit - PENDING!

    1.0 SHRM Credit - PENDING!

    Chance Brimhall, SHRM-CP, PHR

    Chance has held a variety of leadership positions in his more than thirteen years of HR consulting and workforce solutions experience, supporting clients of all sizes and in virtually all industry verticals. He has a PHR (Professional Human Resources) certification through the HR Certification Institute as well as his SHRM-CP (Certified Professional) certification, has been serving on the Board of Directors of the South King County SHRM chapter for the past eight years, and is currently serving as the Director of Washington State SHRM. Since joining New Era HR Solutions, Chance has received his OSHA 10 certification and plays a key role in managing our internal safety & risk management programs. Chance specializes in evaluating business needs, as well as designing and implementing solutions. His role is to understand clients’ workforce & organizational development objectives and to align industry resources, technologies and programs to deliver best-in-class solutions.

    News! SHRM Olympia is now able to accept cash, check, and credit at the registration table the morning of the event. We look forward to seeing you there!

    To register, click HERE.