** This session has been submitted for HRCI Credits
11:00 – 11:30 Registration
11:30 – 12:00 Lunch & Announcements
12:00 – 1:00 Keynote Session
Lincoln Firefighter’s Hall
241 Victory Lane
Lincoln, NE 68528
Program Registration Fee: LHRMA members—$15
All Other Attendees—$25
College Student Chapter Members—FREE (must register with Jenessa Keiser, College Relations Chair)
MENU: Catered by Tastefully Yours
DEADLINE: Register or cancel your registration by: Noon, Friday, November 7th.
REMINDER: There is a $10 fee for late registrations and for no-shows. This $10 fee is in addition to the regular registration fee. Please try your hardest to register on time, as late registrations and no-shows make it difficult on everyone involved.
About our Program:
Luncheon: Aligning Your Values and Beliefs with that of your Organization
We all hold within us defining moments that have come to shape the core (and the surface) of who we are. These defining moments begin early and are strengthened or changed throughout our lives. Based on these defining moments, we develop values and beliefs with which we work and play. Peter Senge, author of The Fifth Discipline and The Fifth Discipline Handbook, tells us that during our lives, we need to revisit the personal defining moments that shape us.
In this presentation we will begin to look at the personal defining moments that have shaped our lives, and we will take them to work. But can we do this? Should we do this? I only ask that you bring an open mind and heart – and bring with you the vision and/or mission of your organization. I compare this exercise to a pit stop in a road race, it gives you a chance to make sure everything is in working order, check your gut and take off again.
Workshop: In-Depth Look at Aligning Your Values with your Organization
Should you decide to join us for the workshop following the luncheon, you will have an opportunity to further explore and engage the connection between your personal values and beliefs with that of your organization. We will explore:
- Reflection and inquiry
- Moving forward with confidence
- Working with excitement and energy
Finally, why do we – should we – connect the personal and the professional? One need only to look at the time spent at work and thus engaged with others. We are all responsible for our own behavior, energy and drive at work; and an understanding of where it comes from will give us future direction.
Paula is an award winning speaker, trainer and executive coach who works across the US and Canada. She uses stories, examples and humor to engage and invite her audience into the learning experience.
With a Master’s degree in Education, Paula has developed and implemented training strategies and programs tailored to the unique and diverse environments she has served. From technical seminars to public communications, Paula has designed and developed successful training programs for major national and multinational institutions.
From the intricacies of communication to the subtleties of Business Protocol, Paula delivers the requirements to succeed, excel and enjoy today’s world.