Northern Utah - SHRM (URHRA)

  • Thursday, April 19, 2012
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • www.nuhra.org

Lori graduated from Snow College with an Associate of Science and went on to obtain a Bachelor's Degree in FAmily and Human Development from Utah State University.  She was afraid to start her career, so she took a self proclaimed "sabbatical" and moved to Kansas for a year.  Ironically, this is where she began her 11 year year career with Job Corps.  In that time she has been promoted 7 times and has experience in 5 different departments.  She is currently the Counseling Manager and loves every minute of it because of the rich diverse culture at Clearfield Job Corps.  She began her new adventure enrolling in graduate school in January and plans to become a Licensed Clinical Social Worker.

Lori will present on the design, implementation and enrichment of organizational structures, programs and processes to effectively develop and engage a global workforce aligned with the organization's business needs, culture, and values.  Diversity training increases participants' cultural awareness, knowledge, and skills, which is based on the assumption that training will benefit an organization by broadening ideas and viewpoints, increasing the inclusion of different identity groups, and promoting better teamwork.  Diversity training will assist participants in creating and implementing diversity and inclusion programs that are aligned with their organization's philosophy and meet legal requirements.  Participants will be able to recognize that diversity will create an organization with a greater skills base and improve the overall climate by making work more fun and interesting which improves team member retention.

For more information visit: http://www.nuhra.org/Default.asp?PageID=118

We’ve Moved!

Utah ATD will begin holding our monthly events in a new, centrally located venue beginning January 19, 2017! Join us at the Residence Inn Murray (171 E 5300 S) to experience the first event at this updated and central location.

In addition to a new location, January will debut a change to the monthly event format. The event will begin at 11:30-12:00 with lunch and networking. Then, the presentation of the day will run from 12:00-1:30. Presentations will support a variety of areas of expertise, and a significant portion of each presentation will be dedicated to how the information can be used in practical applications. Many of these presentations will also feature activities and more opportunities for participation.

See you there!



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