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Session 1 - Mitigating Risk in 2021: Leaders Take Notice
Mitigating Litigation Risk in 2021 - Top Ten Actions Leaders Can Implement - Learn best practices for protecting yourself and your company, by Beth Rattigan Chair, Labor and Employment Group at Downs Rachlin Martin PLLC.
Employers are facing continuing challenges due to COVID-19 disruptions and uncertainty regarding a return to “normal” and the increasing demands of businesses and workplaces under stress. New laws and renewed emphasis on enforcement by certain federal agencies create additional hurdles for HR in 2021. This session will focus on ways to minimize the likelihood of liability and litigation in each of the following topic areas:
1. Policy and Practice Review and Update
2. COVID-Specific Policy Issues
3. Safety Plans and Compliance
4. Training: harassment, diversity, inclusion
5. Addressing Complaints and Conducting Investigations
Mind and Body -Manage Your Physical and Mental Stress
Managing Your Physical & Mental Stress, by Tricia "Satya" Hurley M.Ed. Co-founder, Cup of Life Healing Center
Tricia "Satya" Hurley, M.Ed. discovered the incredible benefits of holistic health and wellness while juggling a corporate career, marriage, and motherhood. Since 2008, she has been immersed in and supported hundreds in applying holistic wellness to everyday life. Tricia teaches practical strategies for navigating stress, trauma, and life transitions of all kinds.
She and her husband of 23 years are the cofounders of Cup of Life Healing Center in Keene, NH. The clinic specializes in holistic healthcare for women’s health and fertility, hormonal issues, chronic pain, auto-immune disorders, gastrointestinal problems, and sleep/mood issues, among others. Cup of Life's holistic approach utilizes a unique blend of acupuncture, reiki, herbal medicine, functional nutritional therapy, and mind-body medicine.
Tricia is an ongoing student of mindfulness, energy healing, energy psychology, journeywork, clinical hypnotherapy, and holistic wellness. She has completed over 800 hours of yoga training, is a Reiki Master Teacher, and earned her Masters of Education at Antioch University New England.
Session 2- Relationship Systems Intelligence: The Next Horizon for Effective Leaders
Learn the key to increasing employee engagement and reducing employee turnover by focusing on the system, rather than on individuals.
Strengthening the interpersonal relationships within a business organization is being proven to enhance performance in today’s workplace. It is often the missing element that a business is searching for to help implement dynamic change.
In this lively and interactive presentation, Master Certified Coach, Maddie Weinreich, will introduce us to a highly effective modality for helping people work better together.
The objective of this session is to educate and inform Business Leaders and Human Resources Professionals about the benefits of using a systems approach to leadership.
Attendees will learn how Relationship Systems Intelligence™, provides refreshing and productive ways to navigate relationship challenges at work. Rather than focusing on ‘who is doing what to whom?’, Systems Inspired Leaders shift their attention to ‘what is trying to happen?’
Participants will learn:
- What constitutes a “relationship system”.
- How Relationship Systems Intelligence™ builds on emotional and social intelligence.
- The benefits of focusing on creating conscious and intentional relationships in the workplace.
- How to utilize a tool that will create a visual representation of a “relationship system” and help build forward movement in your organization.
During the past 20 years, Maddie Weinreich has been at the forefront of this unique coaching system for business teams. As a Certified Organization & Relationship Systems Coach (ORSCC), she works with her clients to improve the quality of relationships within their organizations.
Maddie works internationally and trains business leaders, teams, and HR professionals. She is passionate about her work and understands the value of fostering cohesive relationship systems, both in the workplace and throughout the world.
Maddie Weinreich, MCC, ORSCC, CPCC
For those of you that may not know, Tufts Health Freedom Plan business was recently acquired by UnitedHealthcare, one of the nation’s largest insurance carriers and a Fortune 5 company.
We are quite excited about it and know that UnitedHealthcare Freedom Plan team looks forward to continuing our relationship with you and our non-profit community and business sponsored events.
Please feel free to reach out to either Lori Salvitti or Casey Leach by phone or email if you have any questions.
Lori Salvitti Cassandra Leach
You may have questions regarding recent funds sent to you from Tufts Health Freedom Plan. Please know these contributions to your organization are for 2021 fundraising efforts and UnitedHealthcare is the company that you will work with in regards to any sponsorship opportunities that your fund raising program may offer. Those questions can still be directed to us, as we are now part of UnitedHealthcare.
Thank you all and please reach out with any new updates to your events or marketing opportunities as well as logo needs. If you have some larger conversation you’d like to have, please set up some time for us to talk about our support and our help in promoting your organization and events.
Northeast Delta Dental is the region’s most trusted name in dental insurance for companies of all sizes, individuals, and families in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont, administering dental benefits for more than 960,000 people. To learn more about our Health through Oral Wellness® program, our business, product offerings, and how we can keep you and your employees smiling, visit our website: www.nedelta.com [nedelta.com] or contact Dawnee Broas at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Keene Sentinel and its website www.sentinelsource.com [sentinelsource.com] are a media enterprise located in southwestern New Hampshire whose principal goal is to help the 100,000 or so people living in this region understand what is going on around them. The Sentinel was founded by 21-year-old John Prentiss in March 1799, and, as we understand it, is one of the five oldest news organizations in the country continuously published under the same name. The paper is locally owned, which is a rarity these days. The publisher and owner, Tom Ewing, lives in Keene and occupies a corner office overlooking West Street. He, like all the other members of The Sentinel team, is answerable to and for an enterprise that has been serving the community for more than two centuries. (We only missed the administration of George Washington.)
· Greater Monadnock SHRM is certified by SHRM as a Preferred Provider to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP, and this program has been registered for 3 PDC in the SHRM Body of Competency & Knowledge™ (SHRM BoCK™).
· Programs are submitted for 3 General HR Credit Hour toward PHR, SPHR, and GPHR certification through the Human Resources Certification Institute.
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