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    February 2021 Chapter Meeting

    Date: February 18, 2021, 11:30am – 1:00pm
    $15.00 or $20.00 (see below for details)
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    Speaker: Mike Henke

    Topic:  Leading in Challenging Times:  How do you achieve results and lead your team in the most difficult times? There are many great webinars on the Family First Response Act and how to navigate the legalities for your employees, and of course that is important, but what about all of the morale and culture challenges that go with a pandemic like we are experiencing? With a workforce that has much higher expectations regarding Communication, how do you communicate, what do you communicate, and how often to insure the transparency that maintains employee engagement? And how do you uncover the glass half full and boost morale? Hear solutions for all of these challenges, as well as how to do more with less staff and keeping Customers first priority! Also hear how to stay more connected if many are working from home.  This is an interactive session, please bring any challenges that you have regarding these areas! 

    About the speaker: Mike Henke's passion for building strong teams led to the creation of Mike Henke Inc, and he works with organizations throughout the country in the areas of Leadership Training, Recruiting & Retention, and Positive Workplace Environment.  Mike has created over 50 training programs, is a former SHRM Chapter President, and has been selected to present at 8 SHRM State Conferences, 6 Disrupt HR events, and for 31 chapters!

    Credits: Pending for 1 hour of HRCI and SHRM recertification credit.

    Meeting time: 11:30 a.m.  

    Cost:  $15.00 for SHRM - Topeka Members- check payment
              $20.00 for Non-SHRM Topeka Members- check payment

              $16.00 for SHRM - Topeka Members- Online via Paypal +$1 Convenience fee
              $21.00 for Non-SHRM Topeka Members- Online payment via Paypal +$1 convenience fee

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