Tuesday, February 27th at 8:30 am, presented via Zoom
Speaker: Kelsey Lubbers
1. How to have a discussion with your employees.
2. Benefits that can help couples through infertility.
Kelsey married her husband, Jon, in 2020 and they’ve been trying to start their family since. While attempting to fill the void of an empty home, they brought home two fur babies, Remi and Scout. Over the last five years in her HR career, Kelsey has found her niche in payroll and benefits. This career path, combined with her infertility journey, has given her a unique perspective on how businesses can approach different situations and benefits for their employees.
This session is approved for the following:
Redefining Self Care: From capitalistic cliche to personal responsibility
To Register: Redefining Self Care: From capitalistic cliche to personal responsibility
Tuesday, March 5th | 11:50 AM - 1:00 PM
Presented: Avalon Events Center OR Virtual
Speaker: Sarah Smith Warren
The words "Self" and "Care" at their core are important to every human. But somewhere along the way our culture managed to monetize and patronize the important work of caring for our selves.
How do we get back to the core of what is self care? How do we take our own personal responsibility into caring for ourselves and how can our workplaces help to support, encourage and practice? We will take "self care" out of the mainstream and superficial and into the grounded, accessible and free.
1. Self Care is not for sale.
2. Self Care is a personal responsibility.
3. Self Care is free.
4. Self Care practices can be incorporated, encouraged and practiced at work.
Sarah Smith Warren is a certified coach, entrepreneur, community advocate, artist and leader. She holds a Masters of Arts in Communication and has spent most of her career working in the nonprofit sector of the arts, humanities and economic and community development all in North Dakota.
Sarah's experience ranges from managing multi-million dollar community projects, fundraising and grant writing, community advocacy and leadership, outreach and collaborations on local, state and national levels.
Sarah’s experience working closely with businesses and individuals through non-profit and photography led her open Soul Space Work, helping individuals, artists, communities and businesses connect more deeply with their work.
Just like home: Swedish meatballs with mashed potatoes and gravy, buttered baby carrots, and a dinner roll with butter.
This presentation does not qualify for professional development credit.
FMHRA is proud to announce that we are again offering an in-person certification preparation course this spring for individuals preparing for either the SHRM-CP or the SHRM-SCP! The 5 week course will run from April 18th – May 17th, 2024, meeting each Thursday from 8am to 5pm. Classes will be held at Bremer Bank, 1444 45th St S in Fargo. This is an excellent way to prepare for your certification test! If you wish to participate, please register below.
**Registration Deadline is Friday, March 29th, and the class is limited to 12 participants.**
About the Facilitator:
Sarah Gasevic has both her SHRM-SCP and PHR certification. She holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration and is a graduate of the FM Chamber Leadership Program. Sarah has human resources experience from the corporate, non-profit, and now state agency sectors.
Outside of the classroom, she is a Fargo resident and enjoys being “soccer mom” to her three kids. Sarah has practice helping other professionals earn their certifications and looks forward to helping many more.
Upcoming SHRM Testing Window:
May 1, 2024 to July 15, 2024 https://www.shrm.org/credentials/certification/exam-options-fees