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September 2020 - BAHRA Annual Conference - Building a Better Workplace Through People and Culture
Wednesday, September 16, 2020, 12:30 PM - 5:00 PM MDT
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Please join BAHRA for our Exciting 2020 Virtual Conference, Building a Better Workplace Through People and Culture
September 16, 2020
12:30 - 4:30 pm -  Program and Networking breaks

4:30 - 5:00 pm - Virtual Networking with Drawings and prizes
(Full agenda will be sent after registration)
See Details below for BAHRA Membership Drive

SPONSORED BY:
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Session 1:  COVID-19: Impact on Colorado Labor Market Trends, Talent Acquisition and Population
HR Leaders are on the front lines in the response to COVID-19.  This program will benefit them in their understanding on how Colorado is responding to the pandemic.
Learning Objectives:
• Labor Market and Talent Management
• Recruiting Strategy
• State of Colorado response for individuals and businesses relating to the impact of the pandemic

Speaker Bio
Elizabeth Garner HeadshotElizabeth Garner 
Elizabeth is the State Demographer with the Colorado Department of Local Affairs, an agency focused on strengthening the capacity of Colorado’s communities and local governments. She leads the State Demography Office, which produces population and economic estimates and forecasts for use by state agencies and local governments. Elizabeth has over 25 years of experience analyzing population and economic trends in the state, and her current areas of research include aging in Colorado, characteristics of migration, and poverty. Elizabeth is an economist and received her B.A. in Business at the University of San Diego, her masters in Agricultural and Resource Economics at Colorado State University.  She is also a Colorado native, something only 43% of the state’s population can claim. 

Session 2:  "4 Secrets to a More Positive Work-Life Negotiation"
The term work-life balance is overused and for the most part a fallacy. People are trying to attain something that is unattainable. Many struggle with their work and life domains. It is important for everyone to shift their mindset from work-life balance to work-life negotiation. Learn some tools that will positively impact your work-life.  Dr.Mullen will use his research to discuss this topic and help participants create an actionable plan to increase their work-life satisfaction
Learning Objectives:
• Understand work-life negotiation
• Learn 4 secrets to increasing their worklife satisfaction
• How to apply these 4 secrets in the work and life 
• Start to develop an action plan to implement.

Speaker Bio
Chris Mullen Headshot Chris Mullen 
A thought leader on performance, development, and talent strategies, Dr. Chris Mullen is executive director of The Workforce Institute at Kronos, a global leader in workforce cloud solutions. With 15 years of experience as an HR practitioner focused on maximizing engagement, Dr. Mullen helps organizations inspire their own workforces by optimizing technology and refreshing outdated processes with people-centric solutions to enhance the employee experience and drive better business outcomes. Chris holds a Ph.D. from the University of Northern Colorado, where he focused on the impact of mobile technology on work-life balance, as well as a master’s degree with a concentration in human resources from West Chester University of Pennsylvania. His work has been featured in Forbes, the Wall Street Journal, and HR Executive to name a few. He is also a member of the Forbes Coaches Council.

Session 3:   On Becoming More Diverse
Do you struggle with bringing more diversity into your company?
To build a diverse workforce, you need fluid programs that work together to establish diversity where you're seen as diverse, you attract and build a diverse team, and then you manage it so that it's inclusive and celebrated. Too many companies only incorporate one of these elements, and then they're surprised by a lack of good candidates, turnover, or poor performance.
Learning Objectives:
• Understand the only audacious and simple idea you need to do to bring more diversity into your organization
• Work through a plan around the four strategic steps that need to be taken to manage a diverse workforce
• Learn the three simple changes that you can make immediately to increase your pool of diverse candidates

Speaker Bio
Kendra Prospero HeadshotKendra Prospero
Kendra Prospero is a Professional Speaker and Program Leader who is highly sought after for her award-winning work in helping companies and organizations create a culture that inspires people to achieve the
highest results, both personally and professionally.
Kendra’s own career path took some unexpected turns. Her natural ability to connect with an audience began in music and performance as a child, and although she went to college to pursue the stage, she received a degree in computer information systems. Kendra landed a 15-year career with IBM and Hewlett Packard but felt she was struggling in a profession that left her unfulfilled. After a decade of developing her own management and leadership process, she discovered that her true gift is in transforming the way employees feel about their work, while helping companies excel in growth and productivity.
As the Founder and CEO of Turning The Corner, LLC., Kendra knows first-hand what it’s like to be in your shoes. With her ability to create a company culture that inspires the best in her team, her company has increased five-times since its inception in 2011, recognized as a Fastest Growing Company by the Denver Business Journal, and received a 2019 Best Places to Work Award. Kendra’s company is one of the few firms in the nation that supports both job seekers and businesses, giving Kendra a unique advantage as your next keynote speaker and program leader.

ALL REGISTERED ATTENDEES WILL RECEIVE A GIFT BOX FROM OUR SPONSORS MAILED TO YOUR HOME! 
Please enter your correct address at registration.  To receive gift prior to the Conference, register by September 9th.
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RAFFLES AND PRIZES!  Sponsors will collect names throughout the Conference and prizes will be drawn during the Virtual Happy Hour event after the Conference.
GRAND PRIZE - Answer our Survey after the event and be entered to win a Grand Prize from BAHRA and our Sponsors!
MEMBERSHIP DRIVE:  Join BAHRA or renew your Membership between August 17th and September 15th and receive FREE admission to the Conference (Look for discount code to be included with Membership confirmation)

Recertification Credit:
This program has been submitted for 3 hours in both HRCI and SHRM Certification credits.
Cost: BAHRA Members - $35.00/ Guests - $50.00  Student Members - $15.00

REGISTRATION:    September 16, 2020 BAHRA Virtual Conference Deadline to register is the Tuesday before the event at midnight. Seating is limited!
Please remember that BAHRA only accepts payment by credit card. For registration questions, please contact us at [email protected] 

Cancellation Policy:  BAHRA no longer offers refunds on cancellations.  If you have questions, please contact us at [email protected]

PHOTO/VIDEO RELEASE: By attending this event, photographs and videos of the event and individuals will be public and possibly used in future marketing for the Boulder Area Human Resource Association and its Associates.
NOTE: The opinions and information provided by Boulder Area Human Resource Association event speakers are strictly those of the speakers.  BAHRA does not necessarily endorse their opinions and has not independently verified the information presented.

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