Upcoming events

    • 02/28/2024
    • 5:45 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Fante's Coffee, 2501 Grinstead Drive
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    Event Details

    LSHRM New Member Orientation

    When: Wednesday, February 28th, 2024, from 5:45 pm to 7:00 pm

    Where: Fante's Coffee, 2501 Grinstead Drive

    We welcome all new members and any potential new members as our Director of Membership, Bridgette McDaniel-Mix, details the numerous advantages and opportunities that come with joining LSHRM. Snacks and drinks will be provided.

    If you are a new member to LSHRM, a current member looking to get more involved, or even just thinking about joining LSHRM, this is a great way to find out more about the chapter. The event is free to attend and all are welcome.


    Bridgette McDaniel-Mix

    LSHRM Director of Membership

    • 03/06/2024
    • 06/12/2024
    • 8 sessions
    • Louisville Metro Police Department, 2911 Taylor Blvd., Louisville, KY 40208
    • 25
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    Take your HR career to the next level by obtaining your SHRM Certification. LSHRM's SHRM Certification Prep Course will broaden and update your knowledge and skills while delivering everything you need to pass the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP exam, all in an interactive group environment

    Certification not only prepares you for the challenges ahead, but also sets you on a path for further success. By earning your SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP®) or SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP®) credential, you demonstrate that you’re invested in your career and ready to lead.


    Unlike memorization-based certification credentials, SHRM certification measures an HR professional’s most critical skill: the ability to apply HR principles to real-life situations. No other exam compare.

    • 03/07/2024
    • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • 922 S 2nd St, Louisville, KY 40203
    • 87
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    Join us for our first HR Connect of 2024 at Noble Funk Brewing Co. for a chance to network with your fellow HR colleagues. With your registration you will received one free drink as well as appetizers.


    • 03/08/2024
    • 7:30 AM - 9:15 AM
    • IU Southeast, University Center North, 4201 Grant Line Rd., New Albany IN 47150

    IUS HR Breakfast Series - 1.25 recertification credits

    March 8: Employment Law Update

    RSVP at the IUS-SHRM Site

    Indiana and Kentucky State and federal courts have tackled a number of significant employment-related issues over the last year.  This presentation will provide a review of these decisions as well as practical advice on how they may affect your business.

    IU Southeast, University Center North,

    4201 Grant Line Road, New Albany IN 47150

    Registration and check-in: 7:30 a.m.

    Continental breakfast and networking: 7:30 - 8:00 a.m.

    Program:  8:00 - 9:15 a.m.

    Questions? shrmiusoutheast@gmail.com or alylambe@ius.edu


    • 03/12/2024
    • 3 sessions
    • Gheens Foundation Lodge, 1421 Beckley Creek Parkway, Louisville
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    Event Details

    March Chapter Meeting - Workplace Preparedness (5 recert credits for full program)

    When: Tuesday, March 12th, 2024

    Session #1 - 9:00 am to 11:00 am (2 recert credits)

    Session #2 - 11:30 am to 1:30 pm (1 recert credit)

    Session #3 - 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm (2 recert credits)

    Where: Gheens Foundation Lodge, 1421 Beckley Creek Parkway, Louisville 

    Program Details

    Three sessions will be held on March 12th; each session is approved for those who need to earn credit hours.

    Session #1: BUILDING A WINNING MINDSET

    This two-hour session will include classroom-style instruction for de-escalation and Active Aggressor Awareness and Survival Tactics

    De-escalation Class:

    · Understanding Why Someone is in Crisis

    · De-escalation Definition and Statistics

    · Philosophy/Approach

    · Behavioral Change Awareness

    · Tabletop Examples

    · Active Listening Skills

    Active Aggressor Class:

    • History of Previous Events
    • Educate on Warning Signs
    • Recommend Personal Safety Strategies
    • Cover Three Pillars of Survival

    Session #2: CREATING STRATEGIES FOR PREVENTING AND RESPONDING TO ACTIVE AGGRESSOR THREATS OR WORKPLACE VIOLENCE ENVIRONMENTS

    This panel session will be an open Q&A session. Participants include current and retired members of LMPD, HR professionals, and an Old National City Bank survivor.

    With increases in workplace shootings and violence around the world, organizations must think about and prepare for when conflict escalates to a level that puts worker safety at risk. This session will discuss the indicators and motivators of workplace violence and strategies for creating a safe and more positive workplace.

    Session #3: EMERGENCY ACTION PLANS IN REAL TIME

    This two-hour session is geared towards HR employees in management positions. STAT Co-founders will take the class participants through a variety of scenario exercises to illustrate the importance of having a strong Emergency Plan that is communicated to the company so that during the event of an emergency, employees know what to do. The topics listed below are examples of what will be covered:

    · Contingency operational planning for your organization

    · Implementing your Emergency Action Plans (EAPs)

    · Managing an active aggressor event in real time utilizing a checklist

    · Collaborating with first responders on the scene

    · Surviving and winning the aftermath

    Speaker Info

    • Eric Culver, STAT
    • Dale Massey, STAT
    • Darrin McCauley, SVP of Corporate Lending (Old National Bank Shooting Survivor)
    • William Pearson, retired LMPD SWAT Team Member (Old National Bank First Responder)
    • Matt Sanders, Commander of LMPD’s Media and Public Relations Office
    • R. Brayton Bowen, AM, SHRM-SCP, LSHRM Director of Professional Development
    • Alysa D. Lambert, Ph.D., SPHR, SHRM-SCP, HR Professor at IU Southeast

    Eric Culver, Owner/Chief Instructor of STAT

    Eric Culver is an Owner / Chief Instructor of STAT. He has been a police officer for over 21 years and is retired from the Louisville Metro Police Department SWAT team. He has served in various law enforcement roles, including Patrol Officer, Detective, and Sergeant while serving in numerous tactical team member/leader positions. Additionally, Eric was a Special Agent with the F.B.I. Eric has helped to implement the Active Shooter response for his department in conjunction with the other first responders. He has presented on local, state, and national levels regarding tactical incidents to which he has personally responded. A native of Louisville, Kentucky, with a bachelor’s degree from Georgetown College, a master’s from the University of the Cumberlands, and numerous law enforcement-related certifications.

    Dale Massey, Owner/Chief Instructor of STAT

    Dale Massey is an Owner / Chief Instructor of STAT. Dale is a retired police officer from the Louisville Metro Police Department with over 22 years of service. His last position before retirement was as the SWAT Team Commander and the active shooter coordinator. He has served in various law enforcement roles, including Patrol Officer, HALO Officer, FLEX Detective, Sergeant, and Lieutenant. Dale has helped to implement the Active Shooter response for his department in conjunction with the other first responders. He has presented on local, state, and national levels regarding tactical incidents to which he has personally responded. A native of Louisville, Kentucky, Dale has attended the University of Louisville, Bellarmine University, and the Community College of the Air Force. He was the Valedictorian of the Southern Police Institute Executive Officer’s Course.

    Darrin McCauley, SVP - Corporate Lending, Old National Bank - Louisville, KY

    Darrin McCauley is the corporate business development officer of Old National Bank’s Kentucky market. He is tasked with developing opportunities for the bank through strong, strategic advisor relationships with companies and their senior management teams throughout the Kentucky region and Southern Indiana. For over thirty years, he has been in the corporate lending and financial services. Darrin is the Chairman of Old National’s Retirement Committee, an Executive Committee member of the Association for Corporate Growth – Kentucky and is a board member of the Louisville Arena Authority as well as a member of their finance and procurement committees. In 2021, Governor Beshear appointed Darrin to the Kentucky Schools Facilities Construction Commission, an independent agency providing equitable distribution of state funding for school construction and technology.

    William Pearson, retired LMPD SWAT Team Member

    William Pearson III is a retired police officer from the Louisville Metro Police Department with over 23 years of service. Billy served 20 years on the Louisville Metro Police SWAT team, worked in a uniformed patrol capacity as well as conducting narcotics investigations and in an undercover asset role for several federal agencies. Billy responded to the Old National Bank shooting as a SWAT team member. He helped to evacuate two employees who were shot and wounded on that day. He helped to lead several employees from the upper floor offices as he cleared the building with other SWAT team members and police officers. He is the father of two sons. 

    Matt Sanders, Commander of LMPD Media and Public Relations Office

    Sgt Matt Sanders is currently the Commander of the Louisville Metro Police Department’s Media and Public Relations Office. He’s been with LMPD for 14 years, spending 10 of those years on the SWAT team. Sgt Sanders responded to Old National Bank in a crisis communications role and was responsible for disseminating critical information to the media and public. Sgt Sanders facilitated media staging locations, coordinated reunification efforts, and prepared national media press conferences. He is married with two children.

    R. Brayton Bowen, AM, SHRM-SCP, LSHRM Director of Professional Development

    R. Brayton Bowen, AM, SHRM-SCP, consultant, speaker, author, and educator, is the author of numerous works, including Recognizing and Rewarding Employees (McGraw-Hill). He leads The Howland Group®, a strategy consulting and change management firm. As Compassion Advocate and CEO for Building Better Worlds of Work, LLC, he manages a consultancy committed to developing leaders and organizations for the new millennium. His most recent work is available on Amazon – Engaging the Heart for People, Performance, and Profit: Seven Competencies of Compassion@Work (BBWW Press). He received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from Brown University. His advice and opinions have been featured in nationally recognized publications, and he has spoken before prominent trade associations and professional organizations. Brayton co-produced and hosted the five-part documentary series Anger in the Workplace, distributed to national public media. He was featured with professor Rosabeth Moss Kanter of the Harvard Business School in an executive videotape series, Management Speaks. He is also a contributing author to Back to a New Normal: In Search of Stability in an Era of Pandemic Disruption (IAP, Inc.) and has been invited to teach at Indiana University Southeast, McKendree University, and Northwood University.

    Alysa D. Lambert, Ph.D., SPHR, SHRM-SCP

    Alysa D. Lambert, Ph.D., SPHR, SHRM-SCP, is a Professor of Human Resource Management in the School of Business at Indiana University Southeast, New Albany, IN. She received her Ph.D. from the State University of New York at Albany in Organizational Studies, specializing in Human Resource Management. Her major research and teaching interests focus on human resources, specifically in work-life balance issues and improving classroom pedagogy. She has published work in the Journal of Vocational Behavior, Journal of Managerial Issues, Journal of Applied Social Psychology, Human Resource Management, Journal of Human Resource Education and Applied Psychology in Criminal Justice. She is an active member of the community serving on nonprofit boards and supporting local HR professionals. 

    • 03/13/2024
    • 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Kentucky State Capitol in Frankfort

    FREE EVENT, but registration required:  On March 13, 2024, SHRM chapter members from across the state will be hosting a legislative discussion at the Capitol Annex in Frankfort to address current and proposed legislation concerning workplace and workforce issues. There will be numerous members of the Kentucky Senate and House of Representatives join us on that morning as we hear their unique perspective and insight on various legislative matters including employee discrimination, childcare and family benefits, income tax reduction, protective orders in the workplace, and occupational safety and health.

    We want to have a packed room so if you can make it, please register ASAP because space is limited!  The link to register is HERE.  For those who register, we will be hosting a Zoom meeting prior to the event to review logistics for the morning and the format of the day.

    This is a great first step in elevating our presence in Frankfort and positioning KYSHRM to be the statewide leader and think-tank for all things work so we hope you or a chapter representative can participate! Please note that this will count for recertification credits.

    Questions? Contact:

    Katie Raney, SHRM-CP KYSHRM Director

    Kentucky Society for Human Resource Management

    464 Chenault Road Frankfort KY 40601

    D: (502) 848-8745 | C: (859) 401-2545

    kraney@kychamber.com

    • 03/20/2024
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Zoom
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    Workplaces need to be safe spaces for ALL, and with recent setbacks, our progress in DEIB will likely suffer greatly. It’s important for HR professionals to understand how these issues impact us and our employees at the deepest levels for real understanding.

    The meeting will be March 20, 6:00-7:00 p.m. via Zoom.  You do NOT need to read the book unless you want to. The group facilitator(s) for the month will read the book and report out the key points and any meaningful takeaways, stories, etc., from the book. The purpose of these sessions is to get members thinking and talking about social justice issues at work. The facilitators will provide key points from the book via a handout. Also included in the handout will be online resources from SHRM or other agencies members can have as a takeaway.

    The book for March (Women's History Month) will be That's What She Said: What Men Need to Know (and Women Need to Tell Them) About Working Together by Joanne Lipman. Our facilitator will be Regan Wann.  The link will be sent to you the day of the event.  You must register to receive the link.

    • 03/21/2024
    • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
    • TBD
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    March Board of Directors Meeting - In person

    Thursday, March 21, 2024, from 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

    Location TBD - Dinner Provided (Zoom option available upon request)


    LSHRM will hold its February Board of Directors meeting on Thursday, March 21, from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. The board will discuss chapter financials, plans for upcoming events, and any other business related to Louisville SHRM. Any and all are welcome to attend, and there is no charge for attending this meeting.

    If you have questions about joining LSHRM, want to volunteer, or just wish to know more about what the chapter is doing in 2024, this is a great opportunity to answer any questions you may have.

    • 03/21/2024
    • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Virtual

    SHRM Student Chapter Virtual Event:

    March 21 from 7 pm - 8 pm EST 

    Speaker: Shannon Taylor

    Title: Director, Talent Acquisition 

    Company: JCPenney

    Topic: SHRM Certification process and SHRM resources for HR professionals.  

    Event Site

    Questions: Contact Raphael Garcia - regarc04@louisville.edu

    • 03/24/2024
    • 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Lynn Family Stadium

    Event Details

    2024 American Lung Association Fight for Air Climb

    When: Saturday, March 24, 2024, at 8:00am.

    Where: Lynn Family Stadium

    Join LSHRM as we come together to conquer the stairs and support people with lung disease who are fighting for every breath. You can join the LSHRM2024 team or simply make a donation to help us support the American Lung Association's critical mission.

    • 04/04/2024
    • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Virtual

    SHRM Student Chapter Virtual Event:

    April 4th from 7 pm - 8 pm EST 

    Speaker: Rhonda Robinson

    Title: Founder 

    Company: Retain My Team

    Topic: How the universal triggers of human behavior influence employee retention.


    Event Site


    Questions: Contact Raphael Garcia - regarc04@louisville.edu


    • 04/09/2024
    • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
    • Founder's Union, UofL ShelbyHurst Campus, 450 N. Whittington Ave., Louisville, KY 40222
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    Event Details

    April Chapter Meeting - Mindfulness: From Stress and Burnout to Personal and  Organizational Thriving

    When: Tuesday, April 9th, from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm

    Where: Founder's Union, UofL ShelbyHurst Campus, 450 N. Whittington Ave., Louisville, KY 40222

    Program Details

    Mindfulness has gotten a great deal of attention lately in the business world for the role it can play in improving employee well-being and organizational effectiveness: reducing stress, anxiety, burnout, and emotional reactivity, while increasing focus, time
    management skills, emotional intelligence, and compassion. In this workshop, Kyle
    Kramer, CEO of the Earth & Spirit Center and founder of the Institute for Applied
    Mindfulness, will introduce participants to mindfulness, the benefits it can bring to
    individual employees and to organizational life and leadership (including to the bottom
    line), and how it can be woven into organizational culture and workflows.

    Participants will:
    1. Learn a basic definition of mindfulness and gain an understanding of its history;
    2. Learn about the array of personal and organizational benefits that mindfulness
    can bring, such as improved mental health, more effective teamwork and
    collaboration, greater clarity of personal and organizational purpose and values,
    and greater emotional intelligence, self-awareness, self-regulation, and compassion.
    3. Experience a brief guided mindfulness meditation;
    4. Learn two simple mindfulness practices that they can use at home and at work;
    5. Be introduced to a few basic strategies for incorporating mindfulness into their
    workplaces;
    6. Learn about the services of the Institute for Applied Mindfulness, which can
    provide additional resources and guidance for creating a more mindful
    workplace.

    Speaker Info


    Kyle Kramer is the CEO of the Passionist Earth & Spirit Center (www.earthandspiritcenter.org) in Louisville, KY, a nonprofit offering interfaith  educational programming in mindfulness meditation, ecology, and social compassion – and the largest provider of mindfulness instruction in the Central US.  He is also the founding director of the Institute for Applied Mindfulness, an Earth & Spirit Center initiative that brings mindfulness to nonprofit, for-profit, educational, and   governmental organizations.

    Educated at Indiana University, the Universität Hamburg (Germany), and Emory University, he is the former director of graduate theology programs and spiritual formation for Saint Meinrad, a Benedictine monastery and Roman Catholic school of theology.  Kyle is the author of A Time to Plant: Life Lessons in Work, Prayer, and Dirt (Ave Maria Press, 2010) and Making Room: Soul-Deep Satisfaction Through Simplicity (Franciscan Media, 2021).  He is a former columnist and essayist for America magazine, a current columnist for Franciscan Media’s St. Anthony Messenger magazine, and the host of the Earth & Spirit Podcast on National Public Radio.  He speaks across the country about the intersection of ecology, community, and contemplative spirituality. 

    A mindfulness meditator for over thirty years, he also teaches courses and workshops at the Earth & Spirit Center and Institute for Applied Mindfulness on the  application of mindfulness in the workplace. In his spare time, Kyle enjoys gardening, hiking, rock climbing, mountain biking, and making music.

    • 04/12/2024
    • 7:30 AM - 9:15 AM
    • IU Southeast, University Center North, 4201 Grant Line Rd., New Albany IN 47150

    IUS HR Breakfast Series - 1.25 recertification credits

    April 12:  2024 Mercer National Survey: Benefit Trends

    RSVP at the IUS-SHRM Site

    The Mercer National Survey of Employer-sponsored Health Plans collects information on a wide range of issues concerning employer health plans, including costs, strategic planning, plan provisions, and scope and limitations of coverage. Mercer’s National Survey of Employer-Sponsored Health Plans is the nation’s largest, most authoritative annual survey on the topic of health benefits. A sample of U.S. employers with 50 or more employees - including state and local governments - is surveyed. A convenient sample of Mercer clients and prospects are also invited. 

    IU Southeast, University Center North,

    4201 Grant Line Road, New Albany IN 47150

    Registration and check-in: 7:30 a.m.

    Continental breakfast and networking: 7:30 - 8:00 a.m.

    Program:  8:00 - 9:15 a.m.

    Questions? shrmiusoutheast@gmail.com or alylambe@ius.edu


    • 04/17/2024
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Zoom
    Register

    Workplaces need to be safe spaces for ALL, and with recent setbacks, our progress in DEIB will likely suffer greatly. It’s important for HR professionals to understand how these issues impact us and our employees at the deepest levels for real understanding.

    The meeting will be April 17, 6:00-7:00 p.m. via Zoom.  You do NOT need to read the book unless you want to. The group facilitator(s) for the month will read the book and report out the key points and any meaningful takeaways, stories, etc., from the book. The purpose of these sessions is to get members thinking and talking about social justice issues at work. The facilitators will provide key points from the book via a handout. Also included in the handout will be online resources from SHRM or other agencies members can have as a takeaway.

    The book for April (Arab American Heritage Month) will be Islamophobia: The Ideological Campaign Against Muslims by Stephen Sheehi. You must register to receive the Zoom link.

    • 04/18/2024
    • 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
    • Zoom
    Register

    April Board of Directors Meeting - Virtual

    Thursday, April 18, 2024, from 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

    Virtual via Zoom


    LSHRM will hold its February Board of Directors meeting on Thursday, April 18, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. The board will discuss chapter financials, plans for upcoming events, and any other business related to Louisville SHRM. Any and all are welcome to attend, and there is no charge for attending this meeting.

    If you have questions about joining LSHRM, want to volunteer, or just wish to know more about what the chapter is doing in 2024, this is a great opportunity to answer any questions you may have.

    • 05/07/2024
    • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
    • Founder's Union, UofL ShelbyHurst Campus, 450 N. Whittington Ave., Louisville, KY 40222
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    Event Details

    May Chapter Meeting - How to Create a Great Place to Work

    When: Tuesday, May 7th, from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm

    Where: Founder's Union, UofL ShelbyHurst Campus, 450 N. Whittington Ave., Louisville, KY 40222

    Program Details

    Culture is workplace behavior defined by the values, behavior and mindset of senior leadership. Utilizing a proven, strategic process, developing a healthy culture can be achieved with the cooperation and commitment of every member of your Leadership Team.  This system has been successfully implemented in a variety of organizations over the past ten years, with leaders reporting sustained results and continued improvements year after year.

    This program discusses a path for leadership to follow that attracts and retains today’s
    top talent.  It explains how to build and sustain a foundation for workplace culture that
    supports maximizing the performance of your organization and the success of everyone on your team.

    The presentation will focus on:

    • The Three Requirements to Create a Great Place to Work
    • The Role of Leadership in defining and designing healthy workplace cultures
    • The Number One Priority of Every Leader
    • Exchanging Command and Control for Servant Leadership
    • How learning and behavior change really works
    • The importance of setting clear expectations and accountability
    • Effective strategies for talent development and succession planning
    • The Secret of True Employee Engagement and Ownership

    Speaker Info


    Jeff Peden, M.Ed. is an International Speaker, Workplace Culture Expert, and Author. His second book—How to Grow Your Business Without Spending Money—focuses on Four Core Strategies™ that increase performance, productivity, and revenues, while lowering operating costs. He is currently at work on his third book, How to Create
    a Great Place to Work.

    Jeff works with leaders who want to build healthy workplace cultures and Great Places
    to Work that dramatically increase engagement and morale, communication, collaborative problem-solving, and mutual support throughout the entire organization.
    Involved with a variety of clients over the past ten years, he has developed a proven
    process to help leaders define, design, and implement a healthy workplace culture built on values and observable behaviors that reflect each value in action and support the best interests of everyone in the organization. The success of the process relies on
    experientially learning new behaviors using accountability, team member assignments, and progress reports.

    Jeff is a member of the Radcliff Rotary Club, Past President of the Kentuckiana Chapter of the Association for Talent Development, and past Chair of the University of Louisville Libraries Associates. He has volunteered his services to DECA, Boys and Girls Clubs of America, and the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels. He has graduate degrees in both Training & Development and Counseling. His Moment of Success aired on radio station WKJK 1080 in Louisville for over five years. He lives in Radcliff, KY with his wife, Nancy, and their pets Missy, Schroeder, and Jack the Cat. He loves reading books, fishing, playing golf, and hiking in the great outdoors.


    • 05/15/2024
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Zoom
    Register

    Workplaces need to be safe spaces for ALL, and with recent setbacks, our progress in DEIB will likely suffer greatly. It’s important for HR professionals to understand how these issues impact us and our employees at the deepest levels for real understanding.

    The meeting will be May 15, 6:00-7:00 p.m. via Zoom.  You do NOT need to read the book unless you want to. The group facilitator(s) for the month will read the book and report out the key points and any meaningful takeaways, stories, etc., from the book. The purpose of these sessions is to get members thinking and talking about social justice issues at work. The facilitators will provide key points from the book via a handout. Also included in the handout will be online resources from SHRM or other agencies members can have as a takeaway.

    The book for May (Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month) will be But I Don't See You as Asian: Curating Conversations about Race by Bruce Reyes-Chow.  Our facilitator will be Jolene Jang, Asian Inclusivity Consultant. 

    You must register to receive the Zoom link.

    • 06/12/2024
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Zoom
    Register

    Workplaces need to be safe spaces for ALL, and with recent setbacks, our progress in DEIB will likely suffer greatly. It’s important for HR professionals to understand how these issues impact us and our employees at the deepest levels for real understanding.

    The meeting will be June 12, 6:00-7:00 p.m. via Zoom.  You do NOT need to read the book unless you want to. The group facilitator(s) for the month will read the book and report out the key points and any meaningful takeaways, stories, etc., from the book. The purpose of these sessions is to get members thinking and talking about social justice issues at work. The facilitators will provide key points from the book via a handout. Also included in the handout will be online resources from SHRM or other agencies members can have as a takeaway.

    The book for June (LGBTQ+ Pride Month) will be The Savvy Ally: A Guide for Becoming a Skilled LGBTQ+ Advocate by Jeannie Gainsburg. The book's author, will facilitate the discussion.

    You must register to receive the Zoom link.

    • 06/20/2024
    • 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
    • Zoom
    Register

    June Board of Directors Meeting - Virtual

    Thursday, June 20, 2024, from 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

    Virtual via Zoom


    LSHRM will hold its February Board of Directors meeting on Thursday, June 20, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. The board will discuss chapter financials, plans for upcoming events, and any other business related to Louisville SHRM. Any and all are welcome to attend, and there is no charge for attending this meeting.

    If you have questions about joining LSHRM, want to volunteer, or just wish to know more about what the chapter is doing in 2024, this is a great opportunity to answer any questions you may have.

    • 06/23/2024
    • 06/26/2024
    • Chicago, IL

    Event Details

    SHRM Annual Conference & Expo 2024

    When: June 23rd - 26th, 2024

    Where: McCormick Place, 2301 S. King Dr., Chicago, IL 60616

    Program Details


    The windy city is calling! Join other forward-thinking HR professionals in Chicago for SHRM24, the world’s largest HR conference.  

    Get ready for four days of learning, networking, inspiration, and professional growth. Whether you prefer competency-based HR seminars, hands-on workshops, or curated content on crucial HR topics like mental health, AI in the workplace, DE&I, and so much more, there is something for you.  

    Learn from business leaders you know and admire while the brightest minds in HR inspire you to propel your organization forward in the world of work. 

    Click Here to Learn More

    • 07/09/2024
    • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
    • Founders Union, UofL ShelbyHurst Campus, 450 N. Whittington Pkwy., Louisville, KY 40222
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    Event Details

    July Chapter Meeting - The Art of Giving Feedback

    When: Tuesday, July 9th, from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm

    Where: Founder's Union, UofL ShelbyHurst Campus, 450 N. Whittington Pkwy., Louisville, KY 40222

    Program Details

    Culture is the key to success. If you want an organization that is high performing and works great cross- functionally, then you need a culture of giving feedback. No matter the size of your organization, The Art of Giving Feedback is great for leaders at all levels, because EVERY leader needs to give feedback in a way that is influencing, inspirational, and most of all, impactful. This insightful 60-minute presentation creates a common language, and mindset, and equips leaders to break down communication barriers so they can lead themselves, lead others, and ultimately lead the business.

    The learning objectives will focus on how to:

    • Identify and recall 5 levels of the mindset
    • Learn the SEEN model to shift the mindset
    • Deliver feedback without creating conflict
    • Give praise/recognition using a feedback formula

    Speaker Info


    Danita Taylor, PCC, SHRM-SCP, LeaderShift Coaching, Louisville, KY is the Founder and CEO of LeaderShift Coaching LLC, a training, coaching, and consulting business specializing in leadership development. She has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Louisville, where she also serves as a leadership facilitator for their School of Business Executive Education division.  

    Danita has over 15+ years of experience working in organizational development, operations management, call centers, banking, manufacturing, hospitality, military, academia, government, and healthcare. She has a passion for working with executive leaders helping them gain greater self- awareness, overcome fears and limiting beliefs, and create sustainable transformational results. Danita believes that EVERYBODY has a GREATNESS within them, and her passion is helping leaders discover and maximize their greatness.


    • 07/17/2024
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Zoom
    Register

    Workplaces need to be safe spaces for ALL, and with recent setbacks, our progress in DEIB will likely suffer greatly. It’s important for HR professionals to understand how these issues impact us and our employees at the deepest levels for real understanding.

    The meeting will be July 17, 6:00-7:00 p.m. via Zoom.  You do NOT need to read the book unless you want to. The group facilitator(s) for the month will read the book and report out the key points and any meaningful takeaways, stories, etc., from the book. The purpose of these sessions is to get members thinking and talking about social justice issues at work. The facilitators will provide key points from the book via a handout. Also included in the handout will be online resources from SHRM or other agencies members can have as a takeaway.

    The book for July (Disability Pride Month) will be Positively Purple: Build an Inclusive World Where People with Disabilities Can Flourish by Kate Nash.  Janice Baldon-Gutter of the Southeast ADA Center will facilitate.

    You must register to receive the Zoom link.

    • 07/18/2024
    • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
    • TBD
    Register

    July Board of Directors Meeting - In person

    Thursday, July 18, 2024, from 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

    Location TBD - Dinner Provided (Zoom option available upon request)


    LSHRM will hold its February Board of Directors meeting on Thursday, July 18, from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. The board will discuss chapter financials, plans for upcoming events, and any other business related to Louisville SHRM. Any and all are welcome to attend, and there is no charge for attending this meeting.

    If you have questions about joining LSHRM, want to volunteer, or just wish to know more about what the chapter is doing in 2024, this is a great opportunity to answer any questions you may have.

    • 08/21/2024
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Zoom
    Register

    Workplaces need to be safe spaces for ALL, and with recent setbacks, our progress in DEIB will likely suffer greatly. It’s important for HR professionals to understand how these issues impact us and our employees at the deepest levels for real understanding.

    The meeting will be August 21, 6:00-7:00 p.m. via Zoom.  You do NOT need to read the book unless you want to. The group facilitator(s) for the month will read the book and report out the key points and any meaningful takeaways, stories, etc., from the book. The purpose of these sessions is to get members thinking and talking about social justice issues at work. The facilitators will provide key points from the book via a handout. Also included in the handout will be online resources from SHRM or other agencies members can have as a takeaway.

    The book for August will be The 1619 Project: A New Origin Story by Nikole Hannah-Jones.

    You must register to receive the Zoom link.

    • 08/22/2024
    • 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
    • Zoom
    Register

    August Board of Directors Meeting - Virtual

    Thursday, August 22, 2024, from 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

    Virtual via Zoom


    LSHRM will hold its February Board of Directors meeting on Thursday, August 22, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. The board will discuss chapter financials, plans for upcoming events, and any other business related to Louisville SHRM. Any and all are welcome to attend, and there is no charge for attending this meeting.

    If you have questions about joining LSHRM, want to volunteer, or just wish to know more about what the chapter is doing in 2024, this is a great opportunity to answer any questions you may have.

    • 09/18/2024
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Zoom
    Register

    Workplaces need to be safe spaces for ALL, and with recent setbacks, our progress in DEIB will likely suffer greatly. It’s important for HR professionals to understand how these issues impact us and our employees at the deepest levels for real understanding.

    The meeting will be September 18, 6:00-7:00 p.m. via Zoom.  You do NOT need to read the book unless you want to. The group facilitator(s) for the month will read the book and report out the key points and any meaningful takeaways, stories, etc., from the book. The purpose of these sessions is to get members thinking and talking about social justice issues at work. The facilitators will provide key points from the book via a handout. Also included in the handout will be online resources from SHRM or other agencies members can have as a takeaway.

    The book for September (Hispanic Heritage Month) will be Ignored Racism: White Animus Toward Latinos by Mark D. Ramirez and David A. M. Peterson.

    You must register to receive the Zoom link.

    • 09/19/2024
    • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
    • TBD
    Register

    September Board of Directors Meeting - In person

    Thursday, September 19, 2024, from 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

    Location TBD - Dinner Provided (Zoom option available upon request)


    LSHRM will hold its February Board of Directors meeting on Thursday, September 19, from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. The board will discuss chapter financials, plans for upcoming events, and any other business related to Louisville SHRM. Any and all are welcome to attend, and there is no charge for attending this meeting.

    If you have questions about joining LSHRM, want to volunteer, or just wish to know more about what the chapter is doing in 2024, this is a great opportunity to answer any questions you may have.

    • 10/16/2024
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Zoom
    Register

    Workplaces need to be safe spaces for ALL, and with recent setbacks, our progress in DEIB will likely suffer greatly. It’s important for HR professionals to understand how these issues impact us and our employees at the deepest levels for real understanding.

    The meeting will be October 16, 6:00-7:00 p.m. via Zoom.  You do NOT need to read the book unless you want to. The group facilitator(s) for the month will read the book and report out the key points and any meaningful takeaways, stories, etc., from the book. The purpose of these sessions is to get members thinking and talking about social justice issues at work. The facilitators will provide key points from the book via a handout. Also included in the handout will be online resources from SHRM or other agencies members can have as a takeaway.

    The book for October will be How to Be an Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi.

    You must register to receive the Zoom link.

    • 10/17/2024
    • 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
    • Zoom
    Register

    October Board of Directors Meeting - Virtual

    Thursday, October 17, 2024, from 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

    Virtual via Zoom


    LSHRM will hold its February Board of Directors meeting on Thursday, October 17, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. The board will discuss chapter financials, plans for upcoming events, and any other business related to Louisville SHRM. Any and all are welcome to attend, and there is no charge for attending this meeting.

    If you have questions about joining LSHRM, want to volunteer, or just wish to know more about what the chapter is doing in 2024, this is a great opportunity to answer any questions you may have.

    • 11/07/2024
    • 5:45 PM - 7:00 PM
    • TBD
    Register

    Event Details

    LSHRM New Member Orientation

    When: Thursday, November 7, 2024, from 5:45 pm to 7:00 pm

    Where: TBD

    We welcome all new members and any potential new members as our Director of Membership, Bridgette McDaniel-Mix, details the numerous advantages and opportunities that come with joining LSHRM. Snacks and drinks will be provided.

    If you are a new member to LSHRM, a current member looking to get more involved, or even just thinking about joining LSHRM, this is a great way to find out more about the chapter. The event is free to attend and all are welcome.

    Bridgette McDaniel-Mix

    LSHRM Director of Membership

    • 11/20/2024
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Zoom
    Register

    Workplaces need to be safe spaces for ALL, and with recent setbacks, our progress in DEIB will likely suffer greatly. It’s important for HR professionals to understand how these issues impact us and our employees at the deepest levels for real understanding.

    The meeting will be November 20, 6:00-7:00 p.m. via Zoom.  You do NOT need to read the book unless you want to. The group facilitator(s) for the month will read the book and report out the key points and any meaningful takeaways, stories, etc., from the book. The purpose of these sessions is to get members thinking and talking about social justice issues at work. The facilitators will provide key points from the book via a handout. Also included in the handout will be online resources from SHRM or other agencies members can have as a takeaway.

    The book for November (Native American Heritage Month) will be Native American Plights: The Struggle Against Inequality and Racism by Mark C. Royce.

    You must register to receive the Zoom link.

    • 11/21/2024
    • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
    • TBD
    Register

    November Board of Directors Meeting - In person

    Thursday, November 21, 2024, from 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

    Location TBD - Dinner Provided (Zoom option available upon request)


    LSHRM will hold its February Board of Directors meeting on Thursday, November 21, from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. The board will discuss chapter financials, plans for upcoming events, and any other business related to Louisville SHRM. Any and all are welcome to attend, and there is no charge for attending this meeting.

    If you have questions about joining LSHRM, want to volunteer, or just wish to know more about what the chapter is doing in 2024, this is a great opportunity to answer any questions you may have.

    • 12/11/2024
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Zoom
    Register

    Workplaces need to be safe spaces for ALL, and with recent setbacks, our progress in DEIB will likely suffer greatly. It’s important for HR professionals to understand how these issues impact us and our employees at the deepest levels for real understanding.

    The meeting will be December 11, 6:00-7:00 p.m. via Zoom.  You do NOT need to read the book unless you want to. The group facilitator(s) for the month will read the book and report out the key points and any meaningful takeaways, stories, etc., from the book. The purpose of these sessions is to get members thinking and talking about social justice issues at work. The facilitators will provide key points from the book via a handout. Also included in the handout will be online resources from SHRM or other agencies members can have as a takeaway.

    The book for December will be Religious Diversity at Work: Guide to Religious Diversity in the US Workplace by Deborah J. Levine, et. al.

    You must register to receive the Zoom link.

Past events

02/22/2024 Talent Acquisition - University Relations / LDPs - UofL SHRM Student Chapter Virtual Event
02/21/2024 February Social Justice Reading Group
02/20/2024 February Career Assistance Program
02/17/2024 February Board of Directors Meeting - Part 2 of Planning Retreat
02/13/2024 February Chapter Meeting - Leading Up: How HR Professionals Can Meet Decision Makers Where They Are
02/09/2024 HR’s Role as a Curiosity Cultivator: February IUS-SHRM HR Breakfast Series
01/25/2024 Talent Acquisition of Diverse Candidates Virtual Session Hosted by UofL Student Chapter
01/24/2024 January Social Justice Reading Group
01/20/2024 2024 LSHRM Board Retreat and Training
01/17/2024 Networking Event | Your Network is Your Net Worth
01/09/2024 January Chapter Meeting - Legislative Update
12/05/2023 December LSHRM New Member Orientation - presented on Zoom
11/16/2023 November LSHRM Board Meeting
11/15/2023 Career Advancement Program
11/14/2023 November Chapter Meeting - Trends in Behavioral Health and the Workplace
11/03/2023 Rock & Bowl: The 2023 SHRM Foundation Fundraiser
10/25/2023 Career Advancement Program
10/24/2023 LSHRM Haunted History Creepy Campus Tour
10/19/2023 October LSHRM Board of Directors Meeting
10/10/2023 October Chapter Meeting - From Burned Out to Built Up: Holistic Strategies to Support Employee Wellbeing
09/29/2023 HR Connect - Happy Hour at The Village Market Food Hall
09/21/2023 LSHRM Board Meeting
09/20/2023 Career Advancement Program
09/13/2023 September LSHRM New Member Orientation
09/12/2023 September Chapter Meeting - Show Up, Connect, and Engage: Upskilling Your Communications
08/29/2023 39th Annual KYSHRM Conference
08/25/2023 LSHRM Blood Drive
08/22/2023 Career Advancement Program
08/17/2023 August Board of Directors Meeting
08/02/2023 HR Connect: Summer Social at Everside Health
07/26/2023 Career Advancement Program - Top 10 Ways to Improve Your LinkedIn Profile
07/20/2023 July Board of Directors Meeting
07/11/2023 July Chapter Meeting - Corporate Social Responsibility
06/22/2023 June Board of Directors Meeting
06/21/2023 June Career Advancement Program
06/11/2023 SHRM23 Annual Conference & Expo
05/25/2023 HR Connect - Happy Hour at Hi-Wire Brewing
05/24/2023 LSHRM New Member Orientation
05/18/2023 May Board of Directors Meeting
05/17/2023 May Career Advancement Program
05/09/2023 May Chapter Meeting - Workplace Violence
04/30/2023 Dawn at the Downs - HR Connect Event
04/20/2023 April Board of Directors Meeting
04/19/2023 April 19th Career Advancement Program
04/11/2023 April Chapter Meeting - Creative Problem Solving: Thinking Outside the Box
03/21/2023 Ahead of the Curve: Getting in Front of Workplace Problems - A Seminar for Employers by McBrayer
03/16/2023 March Board of Directors Meeting
03/14/2023 March Chapter Meeting--HR Strategy: The Blueprint to Your HR Vision
03/11/2023 American Lung Association Fight for Air Climb
03/09/2023 Career Advancement Program
02/21/2023 LSHRM New Member Orientation
02/20/2023 Authenticity: The Quality of Being You - A LSHRM DE&I Program
02/16/2023 February Board of Directors Meeting
02/14/2023 February Chapter Meeting: Compassionate Leadership for the "New Normal"
01/26/2023 Plan Now So You Can Play Later at TopGolf
01/10/2023 [January Chapter Meeting] Healthcare Update with Jenny Goins
12/13/2022 Self-Care During the Job Search
12/05/2022 Cooking "Healthy" at the Cottage!
11/17/2022 November LSHRM Board Meeting
11/15/2022 HR Certifications and Recertification
11/03/2022 2022 SHRM Foundation Fundraiser Event
10/27/2022 Employer Healthcare Costs Conversation
10/26/2022 October 26, 2022 - LSHRM New Member Orientation
10/20/2022 October LSHRM Board Meeting
10/18/2022 The Book that Changed My Career
09/29/2022 September 2022 HR Connect at Churchill Downs!
09/22/2022 September LSHRM Board Meeting
09/20/2022 Know Your Worth: Negotiating for Total Rewards, Promotions, and Raises
09/13/2022 September Chapter Meeting: 2022 Employment Law Update with Stoll Keenon Ogden
09/07/2022 SHRM Certification Exam Study Group - Fall 2022
08/19/2022 LSHRM Women Empowered: Self Defense - CANCELLED
08/18/2022 August LSHRM Board Meeting
08/16/2022 Interviewing with Confidence to Get the Job
07/28/2022 Top 10 Tips to Improve Your LinkedIn Profile
07/21/2022 LSHRM July Board Meeting
07/12/2022 July Chapter Meeting - Norton Healthcare - Creating a Culture of Inclusion
06/30/2022 HR Connect- Let's Get Crafty, LSHRM
06/23/2022 LSHRM June Board Meeting
06/21/2022 Writing Effective Cover Letters and Thank You Letters to Get the Job
05/25/2022 LSHRM Wellness Event - So Much Better Together!
05/24/2022 May 24, 2022-LSHRM New Member Orientation
05/17/2022 Beat the Bots! Getting Your Resume Past the Applicant Tracking System
05/10/2022 May Chapter Meeting: Face It - Your Benefits Are Boring!
05/01/2022 LSHRM Dawn at the Downs
04/21/2022 LSHRM April Board Meeting
04/19/2022 The Great Resignation and How It Can Benefit Your Job Search
04/12/2022 April Chapter Meeting: 3 Game-Changing Hacks to Grow Your People Skills
03/15/2022 LSHRM CAP: Networking for a New Job Through LSHRM
03/08/2022 March Chapter Meeting: Capacity Creation for HR
02/22/2022 Creating and Following Your Own Career Development Plan
02/22/2022 Feb. 22, 2022-LSHRM New Member Orientation
02/17/2022 LSHRM February Board Meeting
02/08/2022 February Chapter Meeting: Norton Healthcare
01/20/2022 January LSHRM Board Meeting
01/18/2022 Career Wellness Reset: Focus on Your Career in the New Year!
01/11/2022 January Chapter Meeting: What Can We Expect in 2022? Total Rewards and Talent Retention Strategies During a Global Pandemic.
11/18/2021 November 18th, 2021 Board Meeting
11/16/2021 November 16, 2021-LSHRM New Member Orientation
11/09/2021 Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Conference - Implementation & Application in a Culture of Change
10/26/2021 October CAP: The Book That Changed My Career
10/21/2021 October 21st, 2021 LSHRM Board Meeting
10/12/2021 Virtual Event-A Royal Affair with LSHRM: Annual SHRM Foundation Fundraiser!
09/28/2021 Let's Talk Financial Wellness
09/23/2021 September 23rd, 2021 Board Meeting
09/14/2021 September Chapter Meeting: Media Marketing Mix for Recruiting and It All Starts Here. Self-awareness and its impact on the leadership - team relationship.
08/31/2021 Kentucky SHRM Conference
08/25/2021 Aug 25th, 2021-LSHRM New Member Orientation
08/19/2021 August 19th 2021 Board Meeting
08/17/2021 AUG 2021 CAP: Self-Care During Job Search
07/22/2021 July Board Meeting
07/13/2021 Managing Tensions In The Workplace
06/29/2021 Lunch and Learn with LSHRM: Hello Hybrid
06/24/2021 June 2021 CAP: Interview Like A Pro!
06/08/2021 Hot Trends in Compensation
06/03/2021 HR Connect-BLUEGRASS KARTING & EVENTS
05/25/2021 May 2021 Career Advancement Program - Cover Letters and Thank You Letters
05/20/2021 May Board Meeting
05/12/2021 May 12th, 2021-LSHRM New Member Orientation
05/11/2021 May 2021 Chapter Meeting - Wellness Conference
05/05/2021 LSHRM College Relations Committee- Info and Trivia Night
04/25/2021 LSHRM Dawn at the Downs
04/22/2021 April Board Meeting
04/20/2021 April 2021 Career Advancement Program - Build Your Best Resume
04/13/2021 April Chapter Meeting - Human Capital Management
03/25/2021 March HR Connect
03/23/2021 LSHRM Career Advancement Program: Networking/Volunteering with LSHRM to Advance Your HR Career
03/18/2021 March Board Meeting
03/17/2021 LSHRM New Member Orientation
03/15/2021 LSHRM New Member Orientation
03/09/2021 March Chapter Meeting - 2021 Legal Update
02/25/2021 Career Advancement Program - Networking/Volunteering with LSHRM to Advance Your HR Career
02/18/2021 February Board Meeting
02/09/2021 February Chapter Meeting: DORIS Workplace of the Future Study
01/26/2021 Career Advancement Program: Getting Into the HR Profession
01/21/2021 January Board Meeting
01/12/2021 January Chapter Meeting - Streamline Your Work and Add More Value in 2021
12/17/2020 Virtual Holiday Party & HR Connect
12/03/2020 November/December LSHRM Board Meeting
11/17/2020 Career Advancement Program - Conflict Resolution: How to Build Productive Working Relationships
11/10/2020 LSHRM’s 80th Anniversary Celebration
11/03/2020 LSHRM 80th Anniversary Silent Auction
10/22/2020 Career Advancement Program - HR Certification & Recertification
10/16/2020 [Board Meeting] LSHRM October Board Meeting
10/13/2020 Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Conference - Becoming Agents of Change
09/29/2020 HR Connect - Quarantine Edition
09/23/2020 SHRM Certification Exam Study Group - Fall 2020
09/22/2020 Career Advancement Program - Social Presence: Using LinkedIn in Your Job Search
09/17/2020 September Board Meeting
09/15/2020 Alternative Sourcing Solutions to Attract & Retain the Right Candidates During a Pandemic
09/03/2020 Uncovering Unconscious Bias: An Introduction
09/01/2020 Virtual Fiduciary Training Program: Sponsored by The Plan Sponsor University
08/27/2020 LSHRM August Board Meeting
07/23/2020 July Board Meeting
07/22/2020 Career Advancement Program - Build a Resume that Gets Results
07/14/2020 [July Chapter Meeting] Better Workplaces, Better World | Data-Fueled Innovation in Retention
06/25/2020 LSHRM New Member Orientation
06/18/2020 [June Board Meeting] LSHRM Board Meeting
06/17/2020 Career Advancement Program Session - Don't Take It Personal: How to Communicate in the Workplace
06/10/2020 June Board Meeting
06/09/2020 [June Chapter Meeting] Trends in Total Rewards
05/28/2020 LSHRM Career Advancement Program - Session #4
05/21/2020 May Board Meeting
05/12/2020 [May Chapter Meeting] Being Well & Living Well in Times of Uncertainty
04/23/2020 April Board Meeting
04/21/2020 LSHRM Career Advancement Program - Session #3
04/14/2020 Economic & Workforce Development After COVID-19: Innovating to Support Industry & Workers
04/07/2020 [April Chapter Meeting] Coronavirus: What Employers Need to Know - Presented by LSHRM & Fisher Phillips
03/24/2020 LSHRM Career Advancement Program - Session #2
03/19/2020 March Board Meeting
03/14/2020 Brain Injury Wellness Event
03/10/2020 [March Chapter Meeting] Workplace Investigations
02/27/2020 Plan Now, So You Can Play Later!
02/25/2020 Wine Down Tuesday - HR Connect
02/20/2020 LSHRM Career Advancement Program - Session #1
02/20/2020 February Board Meeting
02/11/2020 [February Chapter Meeting] Workplace Safety Disaster Planning and Recovery
02/05/2020 SHRM Certification Study Group – Spring 2020
01/16/2020 January Board Meeting
01/14/2020 [January Chapter Meeting] A Look Ahead: Legislative Priorities for Kentucky Businesses Guest Speaker: Ashli Watts
12/05/2019 Rage Room
12/05/2019 Axe Throwing
12/05/2019 LSHRM Unboxed: Release the Rage!
11/21/2019 November Board Planning Meeting
11/13/2019 HR Certification and Recertification: Is certification right for you, and which certification should you pursue?
11/12/2019 November Chapter Meeting: Maryanne Honeycutt Elliott - Developing your EQ: A Lifelong Journey
10/29/2019 October HR Connect (Halloween Party)
10/17/2019 October Board Meeting
10/16/2019 Career Advancement Program - Negotiating Salary and Benefits
10/15/2019 [POSTPONED] Workplace Investigations Seminar
10/08/2019 October Chapter Meeting: Barbara Glanz: Spreading Contagious Enthusiasm™-Creating a Culture of KINDNESS
09/27/2019 September Chapter Meeting: WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP
09/19/2019 September Board Meeting
09/18/2019 Career Advancement Program - Interview like a Pro!
09/09/2019 SHRM Certification Study Group
08/22/2019 August Board Meeting
08/13/2019 LSHRM Wellness Committee’s Transitions of Aging
07/25/2019 Career Advancement Program - Writing Effective Cover Letters and Thank You Letters
07/09/2019 HR Connect
07/09/2019 LSHRM Chapter Summit: Strategy, Legal, Compensation, Benefits (+HR Connect)
06/20/2019 June Board Meeting
06/19/2019 Career Advancement Program - Getting Your Resume Past the Applicant Tracking System
06/11/2019 June Chapter Meeting: HR on Purpose
05/23/2019 May LSHRM Board Meeting
05/21/2019 Career Advancement Program - Grammar Refresher: Spelling and Speaking with Confidence
05/14/2019 May Chapter Meeting: Civility and Respect: The Exception, Not the Rule, in the American Workplace
05/02/2019 HR CONNECT - Dawn at the Downs with LSHRM
04/20/2019 Best Buddies KY Friendship Walk
04/18/2019 April LSHRM Board Meeting
04/17/2019 Career Advancement Program - Network your Way to a New Job or Increased Business
04/09/2019 April Chapter Meeting: Drive Business Success with Workplace Flexibility
03/21/2019 March Board Meeting
03/20/2019 LSHRM Cheers to A New Career!
03/14/2019 March HR Connect - It's A Green Affair
03/12/2019 March Chapter Meeting: Strategic Planning that Inspires, Engages and Drives Results
02/27/2019 LSHRM Cheers to A New Career!
02/21/2019 February Board Meeting
02/18/2019 SHRM Certification Study Group
02/12/2019 February Chapter Meeting: Network Beyond Bias: How to Break Out, Break In, and Break Through
01/24/2019 January Board Meeting
01/15/2019 January Chapter Meeting: Designing Organizations to Perform: What HR Professionals Should Know
11/27/2018 Cheer to A New Career!
11/13/2018 November Chapter Meeting: Detour (Change Management) with Hall of Fame, International Speaker STEVE GILLILAND
11/01/2018 November Board Meeting
10/31/2018 The Business of Hiring Re-Entry Employees
10/25/2018 LSHRM Board 2019 Orientation
10/24/2018 Equal Opportunity, Diversity, & Leadership Conference
10/23/2018 Cheer For A New Career!
10/18/2018 October Board Meeting
10/02/2018 Compensation Practices to Attract, Manage, and Reward the Right Talent
09/20/2018 September HR Connect
09/20/2018 September Board Meeting
08/28/2018 34th Annual KYSHRM Conference
08/23/2018 Navigating Through the Applicant Tracking System (ATS)
08/16/2018 August Board Meeting
07/26/2018 Talent Pipeline Management: An Innovative Approach to Bridging the Talent Gap
07/10/2018 LSHRM HR Connect
07/10/2018 LSHRM Legal Conference
06/21/2018 June Board Meeting (mid-year planning meeting)
06/14/2018 Writing Your Best Cover Letter
06/12/2018 June Chapter Meeting: Staying Power: Why Your Employees Leave & How to Keep Them Longer
05/17/2018 May Board meeting
05/17/2018 2018 Worksite Wellness Council of Louisville Conference & Awards
05/10/2018 Cheer For A New Career!
05/08/2018 May Chapter Meeting: Leadership Lessons from HOLLYWOOD
04/19/2018 April Chapter Board Meeting
03/22/2018 HR C.O.N.N.E.C.T at the Goat-March 22nd
03/22/2018 March Chapter Board Meeting
03/21/2018 Louisville Area Total Internship Management Workshop
03/13/2018 Connect A Veteran Networking Event
03/13/2018 March Chapter Meeting: Talent Solution: Transitioning Veterans
03/08/2018 Using LinkedIn for Your Job Search, Part 2
02/22/2018 February Chapter Board Meeting
02/13/2018 February Chapter Meeting: The Future of Diversity and Inclusion: A Spotlight on Intersectionality
02/12/2018 FREE Veteran's Career Transition Workshop
02/03/2018