New!! CSSHRM has been awarded SHRM's
2012 Excel Silver Award for outstanding
achievements in Chapter operations with continued
growth and development as a business leader!
Colorado Springs Society for Human Resources Management (CSSHRM) presents:
Our June 6, 2013 Program
"The Neuroscience of Change and Its Real-World
Application for HR Professionals"
with Susan, Slater, Ph.D., Corvus International
Location: Tech Center Marriott, Colorado Springs Rockrimmon area
Registration & Networking at 11:00AM
Lunch served at 11:30AM; Presentation 12:00 - 1:30PM
Register for this event today!
Dr. Susan Slater comes to CSSHRM to share her expertise about how the change impacts our brain, how that often plays out in our work and personal lives, and how we, as business leaders and HR professionals, can use our knowledge about the "neuroscience of change" to be more personally effective and more impactful working with other individuals and groups. Dr. Slater has applied these concepts successfully with her clients and will share real-world examples of how her clients successfully applied the ideas during organizational and business changes.
HRCI recertification preapproval in process.
Our May 22, 2013 Program
"Best Practices in Talent Management Strategy"
with Robert Garcia, MBA, SPHR, GPHr
Location: East Library, 5550 N. Union Blvd., Colorado Springs
Time: 3:30 - 5:30 pm
Do you have an effective strategy in place to meet your critical talent needs over the next five or ten years? If not, you are probably as concerned as the CEOs in many surveys who worry that they will not have the talent they need to compete in a recovering global economy. In this presentation, you will explore the main demographic and other drivers of the global competition for critical talent, four components of an effective talent management strategy, and best practices case studies of companies with successful programs.
1.5 HRCI strategic credits are approved for this program.
Registration for this event is open!
Speaker Bio: Robert Garcia is the Director of Global Business Development for the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and is responsible for establishing and growing business relationships with global clients including key business leaders and HR executives in multinational and large national companies, accredited universities, human resource associations, and training providers across global regions.
He brings a wealth of experience in the fields of human resource management, training and development, sales and marketing, leadership consulting, health care administration, operations, and diversity. He has worked with executive teams in industries that include: international banking, financial services, automotive, pharmaceutical, hospitality, medical, and transportation/logistics. He is tenacious at securing customer loyalty and forging strong relationships with business partners throughout the United States, Latin America, Europe, and the Middle East.
Before joining SHRM, he was Corporate Director of Human Resources for Baptist Health South Florida (BHSF), a not-for-profit health care organization with over 15,000 employees and an outstanding reputation for medical and service excellence. He was responsible for the overall delivery and integration of human resources services throughout the system. Prior to BHSF, he was Director of Florida International University (FIU) Office of Executive & Professional Education, responsible for the development, promotion, and delivery of educational programs to individuals, corporations and government agencies throughout Florida Latin America, and the Middle East. Robert was previously, Senior Vice President, Global Accounts and Managing Director at Lee Hecht Harrison, a global leader in human capital solutions, where he was responsible for the strategic management process to achieve market growth and provide human capital solutions to global companies throughout the world.
Robert was also with ADP TotalSource, where he established a corporate university and provided human resource solutions to executive teams. In addition, he was a health care executive at United Healthcare, where he created management development programs and managed multi-specialty medical centers. He has also conducted research and published articles in the fields of Pediatrics & Psychology.
He is an adjunct faculty member at Florida International University and has been a professor at Nova Southeastern University, Barry University and the University of Miami. Robert has been a SHRM member and volunteer leader for over 12 years, just recently serving as President of the Greater Miami Society for Human Resource Management. He is a board member of the Latin Quarter Development Council and Founder of the Latin American HR Forum. He is also a member of American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration, American Society for Training and Development, Americas Society/Council of the Americas, Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce and the Organizational Development Network.
Robert obtained a Master of Business Administration from Florida International University and is a distinguished graduate of Nova Southeastern University with a Bachelor of Science in Business and Management. He is certified through the Human Resource Certification Institute as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and a Global Professional in Human Resources (GPHR).
He has been interviewed for his perspective on business and career management by The Miami Herald and El Nuevo Herald, CNN, CBS, The Sun Sentinel, the Business Journal, World City and Proyección Humana. Bilingual in English and Spanish, he is a frequent guest speaker, having presented throughout the world, most recently at the University of Miami Careers Symposium, HR Florida Leadership Conference, National Urban League Convention, Human Resource World Congress, and the Latin American HR Association.
Robert lives in Miami, Florida with his wife and two daughters, who are both in college pursuing health care degrees. He and his family have enjoyed traveling throughout the world to interesting locations and experienced riding camels in Morocco, zip-lining and white-water rafting in Costa Rica, climbing the pyramids in Mexico and hiking Machu Picchu in Peru, enjoying the beaches throughout Florida and the Caribbean, exploring the castles, cathedrals, museums and monuments throughout Europe and Scandinavia, as well as enjoying the great cities of the United States.