Human resources associationof treasure valley
MEETING PARTNER PROGRAM
ANNUAL CONFERENCE SPONSORSHIPS
Utah SHRM Annual Conference
All HR/people professionals and students are invited to embark on the quest and participate in all that WECon has to offer:
5 Tracks (1 new!): You get to decide where they lead. Will you explore the path of Culture, Employment Law, Public Sector, Benefits, or New Practitioner? Choose your own adventure!
Bold Keynote Speakers: They’ve navigated the jungles of HR.. evaded the booby traps… and soon our keynote speakers will share their discoveries with you.
SHRM & HRCI Certification Credits: Indiana Jones proved education makes for a better adventurer. Earn certification credits so you're ready for any unexpected turn.
Networking: You will encounter fellow explorers through multiple networking opportunities and events.
Executive Session: Senior-level executives are invited to attend a special session focused on unearthing the hidden gems in leadership practices.
Double the Vendors: We’ve doubled the number of vendor slots and created more opportunities to meet with them. Peruse the marketplace for useful tools and take cover from common HR adversaries.
2.5 Days of Fun: On an adventure, you’re bound to run into anything… Snakes? Probably not. But you will find great food, live music, and giveaways. Who knows? You might even discover treasure along the way.
You are cordially invited to the HRATV Member Networking Event, sponsored by Murray Group. Take the evening to mingle and get to know your fellow HRATV members. Attendance including beverages and heavy appetizers are complimentary for any current HRATV member--remember to wear your HRATV nametag!
We look forward to seeing you there!
Join HRATV in supporting the WCA on October 18th for Witches Night Out at The Village in Meridian.
Witches Night Out is no ordinary event—it's a bewitching blend of fun and community outreach, for the Women's and Children's Alliance. This is your chance to immerse yourself in a world of wonder, all while making a meaningful impact. Don your most spellbinding witches' attire and be part of the enchantment!
It promises to be a night of fun for all. You can see more details and sign up at the link below for your preferred booth and shift. (4:00-6:45 or 6:30-8:00).
Please register directly with WCA at: https://wcaboise.volunteermatters.org/project-catalog/16. Please include that you are with HRATV in the comments section of the registration so we can help coordinate.
The Human Resources Association of Treasure Valley is pleased to announce the October Professional Development webinar program "Meaningful Work: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly and What We Can Do About It" presented by Andrew Soren and Jennifer Jones Hooft. For many, work is deeply meaningful and important in our lives. And why shouldn’t it be? We spend more time at work than doing almost anything else. This session is about how we intentionally design the conditions to support people who engage in meaningful work, and what happens when we don’t.
A lot of research now confirms that meaningful work, work we believe to be significant and worthwhile, is good for individuals and even better for the organizations they serve. It’s associated with increased commitment, engagement, job satisfaction and innovation. It often implies lower absenteeism and intentions to quit. Meaningful work is also a key ingredient for our dignity, well-being and development as human beings.
But not always. Meaningful work can also lead to obsession, the erosion of work-life boundaries, exploitation, alienation, regret, increased stress, and burnout. This is true especially when meaningful work is used as an organizational tool to increase motivation, performance, and commitment. From this perspective, recent workplace trends like the Great Resignation and Quiet Quitting, could be seen in part as a mass response to a gap between what organizations ask of their workers and what they offer in return.
We’ll offer an alternative vision of meaningful work rooted in equity, ethics, and the realization of personal potential. From there, we’ll showcase positive, evidence-based examples of inclusive organizational cultures, human resource practices and leadership styles that promote meaningful and decent work. We will also explore individual strategies for finding meaning, engagement and fulfillment at work.
ABOUT OUR PRESENTERS
Andrew Soren is the founder and CEO of Eudaimonic by Design, a global network of facilitators, consultants and advisors who share a passion for well-being and believe organizations must be designed to enable it. We harness the best of scholarship and years of experience to design systems that unlock potential and bring out the best in people.
For the past 20 years, Andrew has worked with some of the most recognized brands, nonprofits, and public sector teams to co-create values-based cultures, develop positive leadership, and design systems that empower people. He is on the board of the International Positive Psychology Association and recently co-chaired its 8th World Congress on Positive Psychology. Since 2013, Andrew has been a part of the instructional team at the University of Pennsylvania’s internationally renowned Masters of Applied Positive Psychology program. Andrew is an ICF certified coach. He is based in Toronto, Canada.
Jennifer Jones Hooft, MAPP, M.Ed., SHRM-SCP, is the founder and CEO of Higher Resources, providing HR consulting, executive coaching, and culture building expertise to employers in the Pacific Northwest.
She speaks and trains on an array of topics spanning Growth Mindset to Building Success through Positive Habits. She has been on faculty with Boise State University for 25 years and applies positive psychology principles to help organizations foster cultures of wellbeing.
Jennifer is an HR professional with 30 years of experience helping make workplaces great places. She joins Andrew Soren and over 600 alumni of the University of Pennsylvania’s Master of Applied Positive Psychology program in promoting human flourishing through amplifying strengths and focusing on the best in everyone.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!
HRATV Members Receive a 10% Discount
The Human Resources Association of Treasure Valley is pleased to announce the November Professional Development and Networking Program "Listening for the Workplace" presented by Christa Sandidge. Listening in the Workplace is an interactive session that identifies listening behaviors and incorporates strategic listening skills. This is a practical, hands-on session that will increase your skills as an active listener.
ABOUT OUR PRESENTER
Dr. Christa Sandidge is the Director of the Center for Professional Development at Northwest Nazarene University (NNU); in addition, she is an Assistant Professor in the area of Leadership and Professional Studies. Christa holds a B.A. in Elementary Education, a master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction, and an Ed.D in Leadership and Professional Practice. Her primary areas of focus and expertise include leadership development, team development, online course development, and online teaching. She is strongly committed to improving leaders, teams, and educators through professional and leadership development.
COST: Members $20; Non-members $35; Students $10 (includes lunch)
The Human Resources Association of Treasure Valley is pleased to announce the December Professional Development Webinar Program. Please check back for additional details.
COST: Members $10; Non-members $18; Students $5
2023 HRATV PROGRAMS SCHEDULE
Jan 19 – lunch 11:30am to 1:00pm
Feb 16 – lunch 11:30am to 1:00pm
Mar 16 – breakfast 8:00 to 9:30am
Apr 20 - virtual 11:30am to 1:00pm
May 2 – Annual Conference (no meeting)
Jun 15 – breakfast 8:00 to 9:30am
Jul 20- virtual 11:30am to 1:00pm
Aug 17 – breakfast 8:00 to 9:30am
Sep - ID State SHRM Conf (no meeting)
Oct 19 - virtual 11:30am to 1:00pm
Nov 16 – lunch 11:30am to 1:00pm
Dec 21 - virtual 11:30am to 1:00pm
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HRATV 2024 Annual Conference:
"Keeping the HUMAN in Human Resources"
March 28, 2024
Boise Centre West
Human Resources Association of Treasure Valley SHRM Chapter #0111P.O. Box 1733
Boise, ID 83701
P.O. Box 1733
Boise, ID 83701
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