Are you a certified SHRM leader? Are you just too busy to attend certification exam prep classes? If you are a SHRM leader and you are not yet certified, I encourage you to join our next Online SHRM Certification Exam Prep Class beginning this month! Being a SHRM certified leader will give you credibility and enhance your career opportunities. You can prepare for your exam in the comfort of your home on your home computer. We record every class. So if you miss one, you can easily catch up when it’s convenient for you. Click here for registration information. I hope you can join our April class!
Looking for management training for your new supervisors and managers? If so, we invite them to join us April 11 at the Crescent Club for Strategic Management for Supervisors, Managers, and HR Professionals. The one-day conference includes breakfast, lunch, and a networking reception. It has been approved for 7.00 SHRM and HRCI recertification credits. Click here to register.
We are coming to you today from the 22nd Annual MSSHRM Conference & Expo at the BancorpSouth Arena in Tupelo. Looking forward to presenting a pre-conference workshop, “Strategic Leadership for HR Professionals”, which is approved for 3.00 HRCI business recertification credits and 3.00 SHRM recertification credits. You may also earn 8.00 additional SHRM and HRCI recertification credits at the Conference. The theme is “Harmony in a Changing World.” Follow me on Twitter @cythomps, and on Facebook and LinkedIn for real time updates from the Conference April 3-5.
On Wednesday, we will be bringing you live coverage of the 2017 ARSHRM State Conference & Expo April 5-7 in Hot Springs. You can earn a whopping 16.25 SHRM and HRCI (pending) recertification credits! The theme of the ARSHRM State Conference is “Legendary Leadership: Power of the Past, Force of the Future.” One of my favorite events at this conference is the Tweet Up where we get to read all the tweets from the Conference attendees. Looking forward to the weekend in Hot Springs to enjoy the Oaklawn Race Track and the lovely and historical Arlington Hotel.
We will be in Chattanooga April 18-21 for the 2017 Tennessee Personnel Management Conference. If you are an HR professional in the public sector, this is the conference for you! You can earn 8.00 SHRM recertification credits and 6.00 HRCI recertification credits at this conference. Looking forward to seeing our HR friends from the public sector in Chattanooga!
Attention TNSHRM members! The 8th Annual TNSHRM Strategic Leadership Conference will be held April 21 in Nashville at the Opyland Hotel. Registration is now open! Earn 7.00 HRCI Business Management credits! This is an excellent conference that we look forward to every year. Click here to register.
I can’t wait for the SHRM Talent Management Conference May 24-26 in Chicago! Click here to register. You will learn how to create a talent acquisition strategy and a succession plan. You will also learn competitive practices for hiring smart and complying with U.S. Visa requirements under the Trump administration. I hope you will take time to visit the Magnificent Mile on North Michigan Avenue for some of the best shopping in the world. You must also visit Trump International Hotel & Tower while you are in Chicago! Can’t wait!
Also, the Annual SHRM Conference will be in New Orleans June 18-21. I highly recommend that you register early and make your hotel reservations before the prime locations are sold out! I don’t have to tell you how much fun you will have in New Orleans. What a great venue! Be sure to visit one of Emeril Lagasse’s restaurants while you are in town. Schedule a Cajun cooking class while you are in town. It’s great fun!
Please mark you calendars and plan to join us for our monthly SHRM | HRCI Webinar sponsored by Data Facts. The webinar will be on Thursday, April 13. Watch your email for details. You will earn 1.00 SHRM and HRCI recertification credit. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or give me a call at 901.598.0123 if you would like us to include your event in our monthly eblast.
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