Upcoming events

    • 9 Apr 2019
    • 11:20 AM - 1:20 PM
    • Norris Conference Center, 618 NW Loop 410, San Antonio, TX 78216
    Register

    Program

    Shift Happens When You Influence

    Program Description

    Competency Cluster: Leadership

    Sub-competency: Influence

    Behaviors:

    • Fosters Collaboration

    • Sets the vision for HR initiatives and builds buy-in from internal and external stakeholders

    • Promotes consensus among organizational stakeholders when proposing new initiatives

    • Serves as a transformational leader for the organization by leading change

    This presentation will offer three specific objectives for the participant to walk away with:

     1. A human behavior model that will enhance their ability to influence transaction in the      moment.

     2. A specific language and behaviors to look for and use when applying the model.

     3. Initial steps to utilizing and applying concepts to increase effectiveness as an influencer in the organization.

    The behavioral model is Transactional Analysis. Understanding how ego states communicate-and don’t- with each other within communication transactions provides the ability to influence outcomes in a productive and collaborative way.

    An easy to apply language within T.A is the Drama Triangle. This allows one to recognize an invitation to the drama party and influence others out of the Drama Triangle and into the OK Corral. This significantly increases collaboration, productive conflict leading to consensus, and effectiveness in change initiatives.

    First steps when learning this language and recognizing the behavior will be presented. “How do I know” and “what do I do” questions will be addressed to prepare participants for their first attempts at influencing far more effective board meetings, decision-making meetings, change initiative sessions, and high stake conversations.

    APPROVED for Professional Development Credit (PDC) through SHRM

    and 1 (General) Recertification Credit through HRCI


    Speaker Bio


    Cora Lonning has served many companies in an Organizational Development role. With Greene and Associates she is a dynamic Executive Coach and OD Consultant. She specializes in values-driven cultures and purpose-driven behaviors. Cora specializes in Behavioral Intelligence and Emotional literacy, helping leaders and teams develop in the four competency areas of Self-awareness, Self-management, Relationship Management, and Social Awareness.

    Many Texas companies such as HOLT CAT, Spurs Sports and Entertainment (Go Spurs Go), Frost Bank, Multi-Chem, City of San Antonio, Alamo Colleges, and Whataburger have experienced Cora’s unique, creative, and interactive approach to learning. She is an in-demand executive coach and animated speaker known for having standing room only crowds at conferences. 

    Through emotional literacy and others learning competencies people are empowered to choose their own life scripts-and create outcomes different from what life may have pre-prescribed for them.

    This is what Cora is passion about and why she shares her knowledge with reckless abandon.

    Networking begins at 11:20 a.m.
    Meeting 11:50 a.m. to 1:20 p.m.

    SAHRMA Member registration - $30
    Non-Member registration $40
    SAHRMA Student $10

    Registration Ends On Friday, April 5th!

    Menu

    Brisket

    Key Lime Pie

    • 14 May 2019
    • 11:20 AM - 1:20 PM
    • Norris Conference Center, 618 NW Loop 410, San Antonio, TX 78216
    Register

    Program 

    Creating a Culture of Accountability that Leads to Increased Results

    Program Description

    Creating higher levels of accountability in business seems to be a topic on every corporation’s agenda. Most companies can draw a link between the results they are achieving and the level of accountability they see manifested throughout their organization. Knowing how to create and sustain a culture of accountability for most organizations is the greatest challenge.

    How do successful organizations enable their people to take ownership for delivering on their intended results? Staying competitive usually means finding practical answers to that question. Creating higher levels of ownership often drives better results and increases the value and growth of the company. To be truly effective in today’s corporate environment, leaders must be able to help find ways to create higher levels of ownership and joint accountability for achieving key results.

    Pending Approval for Professional Development Credit (PDC) through SHRM and Recertification Credit through HRCI

    Speaker Bio

    Kriesti Bunch, Chief Academic Officer, Somerset ISD

    In this role, she is responsible for ensuring high quality employee learning by creating a supportive environment that provides access to on-going and well-coordinated activities with the goal of maintaining the highest quality of services for staff and students.

    Prior to joining Somerset ISD, Bunch served as a Development Manager at both the national and regional level, where she supported school improvement initiatives.  She provided leadership for Collaborative Product Development and Regional School Support.  She led a statewide initiative used to enhance statewide capacity for supporting comprehensive improvement of under-performing districts and schools through the creation of resources, targeted professional development, and specialized leadership development with a focus on change-accountability-increased results.

    Bunch has over twenty-three years of experience in the education sector.  She received her bachelor’s degree and master’s degree from the University of Texas at San Antonio.



    Networking begins at 11:20 a.m.
    Meeting 11:50 a.m. to 1:20 p.m.


    SAHRMA Member registration - $30
    Non-Member registration $40
    SAHRMA Student $10

    Registration Ends on Friday, May 10th!


 

Copyright 2019 San Antonio Human Resource Management Association, Inc.

San Antonio, Texas All Rights Reserved

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software