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    • 10/13/2020
    • 7:45 AM - 9:30 AM (EDT)
    • Virtual Zoom Meeting
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    How to have the Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Conversation

    **This event will be held virtually via Zoom**

    Program Overview:

    In today’s environment, people often struggle with knowing what to say and even how to approach the topics of diversity, equity, and inclusion. Now’s the time get comfortable having uncomfortable conversations as diversity and inclusion grows in importance. Join this seminar to understand how to think about D&I issues using basic social justice frameworks and critical analysis skills. 

    About the speaker:


    Tony Moore

    Tony Moore is an experienced Diversity & Inclusion professional with 20+ years of experience. Tony's focus in diversity process implementation and program management for the firm's diversity clients. In addition, developing many new and dynamic strategy and training programs. 

    Tony has worked on a wide variety of high profile organizational diversity issues related to discrimination, sexual harassment, college and university Greek organizations and senior management policy strategies. His work with several news related diversity issues has been noted for his and the firm's ability to build consensus and strategies that are transformative. He has also developed and implemented diversity programs and training in firms such as Glaxo SmithKline, Independence Blue Cross, Lincoln Financial Group, National Constitutional Center, Sun Life Financial, The University of Pennsylvania, Duke University and Penn State University. 

    Tony holds his Bachelor's degree from Temple University and his Executive Fellowship from University of Pennsylvania's Wharton Executive Fellow Program. 

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    • 11/10/2020
    • 7:45 AM - 9:30 AM (EST)
    • Virtual Zoom Meeting
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    Theresa Hummel-Krallinger Presents:

    Culture Eats Strategy for Breakfast:

    How to Create the “People Foundation” for Business Success

    **This event will be held virtually via Zoom**

    Program Overview:

    It's been said that "culture eats strategy for breakfast." Without a healthy culture, and strong employee engagement, even the best strategy won't succeed. Learn from an experienced senior organizational development leader how to assess, build, and maintain the culture your organization needs to meet short and long term goals. Follow a case study of an organization that went from over 50% employee turnover and abysmal employee opinion survey results, to winning state and local Best Place to Work honors. See how HR can be a key driver in shaping organizational culture, and ultimately, business results.

    • Assessing current culture

    • Conducting conversations with and influencing senior leaders

    • Preparing and implementing a comprehensive plan

    • Mitigating the risks

    • Measuring (and celebrating!) success

    Learning Objective 1: Assess current culture and conduct conversations with senior leaders
    Learning Objective 2: Prepare and implement an impactful plan that drives the behaviors that will lead to the achievement of business objectives
    Learning Objective 3: Collect meaningful metrics that demonstrate progress on the plan

    About The Speaker:


    Theresa Hummel- Krallinger is a well-respected senior training professional and performance consultant, but it is her work as a humorist and motivational speaker that sets her apart.

    Known for her lively and interactive presentation style, she is a frequently requested speaker on workplace communications. Her experience as a professional stand-up comedian enables her to add fun and humor to her consulting and training work.

    No stranger to the corporate world, Theresa brings over 25 years practical business experience. She has held executive leadership roles in both the financial services and pharmaceutical industries. She is highly regarded for her ability to help organizations put in place meaningful performance enhancement processes that improve employee engagement and achieve financial results.

    She graduated from the prestigious leadership development organization, Women Unlimited in New York City, where she has served as a mentor to rising female leaders. With certifications in Human Resource Management, Behavior Styles training/coaching, Instructional Design, Adult Learning, and Technical Writing, Theresa has a broad array of business tools and educational experience from which to draw. She is on the non-credit faculty at Temple University, where her popular course, “What’s Your Point?” is a key requirement for their Project Management and Leadership certificate programs.

    Theresa is the Past President of the Greater Philadelphia Chapter of ATD (Association for Training & Development) – formerly ASTD – and is the Past President for a local club of Toastmasters International. She was appointed to serve as a member of National Advisors for Chapters in ASTD. She has been published in several professional journals and is writing a book. She has been a featured speaker at numerous regional and international conferences for ASTD, SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management), DIA (Drug Information Association), Training Directors Forum and others.

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    • 01/12/2021
    • 7:45 AM - 9:30 AM (EST)
    • Virtual Zoom Meeting
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    Timothy Lackman presents:
    Supporting Employees Through an Employee Assistance Program

    **This event will be held virtually via Zoom**

    Program Overview:

    • Impact of Mental Health Issues
    • Market Trends in Behavioral Health
    • COVID-19 Response and Impact on EAP/Behavioral Health
    • How EAP Can Make an Impact
    • EAP Statistics & Results
    • Solutions to Increase Access & Engagement
    • How EAP Helps its Members & the Organization

    About Our Speaker:

    Timothy Lackman

    Tim Lackman serves as the Vice President of EAP and Behavioral Health Sales for Aetna’s Middle Market segment. His territories include the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic and Southeast regions. He works closely with brokers, consultants and plan sponsors to provide our EAP and behavioral health services to employers.

    Tim began his career at Aetna in 2012 as part of the commercial medical sales and underwriting team. He has been with Aetna Resources For Living, in his current role, since 2015. He holds life & health licenses in all 50 states and has a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. Tim currently resides in Telford, PA with his 3 daughters.


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    • 02/09/2021
    • 7:45 AM - 9:30 AM (EST)
    • Virtual Zoom Meeting
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    David Shar Presents:

    Building a Kinder Kind of Workplace

    **This event will be held virtually via Zoom**

    Program Overview:

    Stress, burnout, turnover, and interpersonal conflict are occurring at record levels within the workplace. As organizations manage the new demands and uncertainty of business in a post-COVID-19 reality it is more important than  ever to infuse meaning, gratitude, and support into your  work culture. In this virtual presentation, burnout-prevention expert, David Shar uses the power of  story, humor & interactivity highlighting the latest  research in Industrial / Organizational Psychology to explore tactics and benefits of creating a workplace culture of kindness & purpose.

    Learning Objectives:

    •  Learn the 3 main elements of burnout and the 6 essential steps to reignite an organization
    • Understand the Baader-Meinhof Effect and how to retrain their brain to focus on the positive.
    • Understand the role every individual plays in building a burnout-proof culture.

    About the Speaker:


    David Shar

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      • 04/13/2021
      • 7:45 AM - 9:30 AM (EDT)
      • Virtual Zoom Meeting

      Bethany Adams & Dr. Patricia Sullivan present:

      Micro-Learning:

      Bite Sized Lessons, Deep Learning

      **This event will be held virtually via Zoom**

      Program Overview:

      With employee time and attention already stretched thin in the modern organization, finding time for meaningful develop opportunities can be a challenge. Micro-learning combats these challenges with mini, blended learning programs. In this session, we will help you understand how to develop micro-learning programs through micro-learning. Be prepared for bite sized lessons with deep learning. Learning objectives include: (1) Describe micro-learning and the benefits of this technique for deeper learning. (2) Explain how to move from traditional training to a micro-learning model. (3) Understand how micro-learning and technology can be used to build awareness and/or enhance performance. (4) Improve transfer-of-knowledge in current training programs.

      About our Speakers:


      Bethany Adams

      Bethany holds a BA in Psychology and a MA in Organizational Management, as well as her SHRM-SCP. She is currently the Associate Director of Marketing & Strategy in Villanova's Graduate HRD program. Before Villanova she served as the HR Director for a growing restaurant in Texas, Blue Baker, LLC, and as a General Manager and Corporate Trainer for Starbucks Coffee Company.  She has taught a variety of business, HR, and marketing courses for several colleges including Villanova University, Blinn College, Delaware County Community College, and George Washington University.  Bethany hosts a podcast called HR Tea featuring interviews with HR leaders, researchers, students and influencers that is available on iTunes and Google Play.  Connect with her on Twitter and Instagram @bethanyjadams.


      Dr. Patricia Sullivan

      Dr. Patricia Sullivan is a leadership coach and trainer, with over 20 years in leadership development and HR executive roles.  Patricia earned her Ph.D. at the University of South Florida in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in Adult Education.  Her research focuses on leadership effectiveness, self-awareness, and organizational commitment. She was awarded an undergraduate and graduate degree from Temple University, with a Human Resources concentration. Her many certifications include: Energy Leadership Coach, Wellness Coach (Yoga Therapist), Conflict Resolution Mediator, Master Trainer, Web-Based Instructional Designer, SHRM-SCP, and SPHR.  Her passion for creating best places to work and leadership excellence has directed her profession and learning activities.  As HR consultant, she brings culture change initiatives to organizations that are striving to create learning organizations, highly engaged workplaces, and leadership excellence.

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      • 05/11/2021
      • 7:45 AM - 9:30 AM (EDT)
      • Virtual Zoom Meeting
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      Stephanie Rawitt presents:

      FMLA/ADA/Worker's Compensation

      **This event will be held virtually via Zoom**

      Program Overview:

      The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and state workers' compensation statutes all protect employees who need to take time off from work because of medical, disability, or family issues. These laws intersect and overlap, and in some cases, all three may protect an employee.

      This presentation will prepare human resources personnel to address and assess leave requests under these statutes and help them to better navigate difficult performance and termination decisions that arise while an employee is on job-protected leave. The presentation will outline an employer's obligations under the FMLA, ADA, and other leave protection laws, and best practices for documenting performance issues and disciplinary actions and avoiding retaliation claims.

      We will review these and other relevant issues:

      • How can employers respond to common types of employee leave abuse without violating the law?
      • How can employers ensure compliance in situations where they must navigate multiple laws regulating employee leave?
      • How can employers approach disciplining an employee claiming entitlement to leave, special ADA consideration, or workers' comp?
      • What are the best practices to implement to avoid retaliation/discrimination claims under the FMLA, ADA, or workers' comp?
      • When is it permissible to terminate an employee on FMLA leave?
      • How do courts evaluate timing issues in retaliation cases?

      About Our Speakers:

      Stephanie Rawitt

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