All BadgerCare/Medicaid/CHIP members will need to renew their benefits sometime between June 2023 and May 2024 due to the end of the federally mandated “continuous eligibility”. This could result in up to 300,000 people in Wisconsin losing their health insurance coverage! It is estimated that about 60% of people who lose this coverage will have an option of employer-sponsored health coverage, and they are allowed a 60-day special enrollment for this qualifying life event. Workforce Connections’ licensed Health Insurance Navigators will explain all options available to help your effected employees through this transition and avoid losing healthcare coverage.
This event is free, but registration is required for access to the Teams meeting link.
Change in the workplace and in your own work doesn’t come easy. It takes vision, connections, commitment and access to the right resources. All the things you’ll get and all the things we’ll celebrate at SHRM23, SHRM’s 75th anniversary conference. It’s not only going to be bigger than ever. It’s going to be better than ever, featuring four days of curated experiences throughout the Las Vegas Convention Center, around town and even live online. So, join us for this historic event and join us to make a real change in the world of work.
SHRM Member $1,995
Non-SHRM Member $2,395
This is a hybrid event. In-person attendees will meet at Belle Square (232 3rd Street North, La Crosse, WI). Enter the doors at the corner of 3rd Street and Vine Street.
Attracting and retaining talent is one of the top priorities of the HR community. Seeing how your benefit offerings stack up vs others can help you put together a total rewards package that accomplishes this priority. There are many different benchmarks out there and knowing which are relevant to you is and why is helpful. We will explore several benchmarks for benefits during this session.
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Alan’s dynamic program is built around the two years of planning and two months of climbing that went into making the goal of reaching the summit of Mount Everest a reality for Alan and three members of his immediate family. It is an engaging visual and educational journey packed with tools, strategies and innovative ideas that human resources professionals can put into action to make positive changes in their professional and personal journeys. Alan puts specific emphasis on maintaining a future mindset, effective collaboration, adapting to change, developing mutual goals, overcoming adversity, empowering others, and developing trust in professional relationships.
Alan holds a degree in engineering from Queen’s University and a masters in psychology from Adler University, giving him a well-balanced approach to the outer and inner challenges we all face. Alan has worked internationally with large organizations as a professional engineer and project manager developing patents and solutions to complex challenges in the mining and metals industry. Living and working abroad has given him the opportunity to deepen his understanding of individual and team challenges, better appreciate cultural diversity and successfully adapt to different organizational structures.
Building experience through a lifestyle of adventure and challenge, in the spring of 2008 Alan embarked on the journey of a lifetime and set a world record on Mount Everest along with three members of his immediate family. It was a two-month expedition through some of the most exciting yet terrifying conditions imaginable and their success demanded an unwavering perseverance and resilience in the face of adversity. Alan delivers a number of exciting presentations and training programs designed to help individuals, team members and organizations reach new heights in the way we think and the actions we take in order to achieve breakthrough performance.
In our efforts to conquer every ‘people’ challenge facing today’s organizations, is HR failing to recognize the challenges, opportunities and unintended consequences of our actions or inactions.
In this session - Tina Marie will highlight the growing need for HR to recognize in order for us to continue to impact and support our stakeholders – we need to listen to our own advice and shift from Performance Improvement Processes to People Inspired Processes.
Tina Marie Wohlfield is the founder and Chief People Strategist at TIMAWO (pronounced Tee-ma-woe). She is a passionate champion of Human Resources, Leadership and Talent Management with over 25+ years’ experience in the Human Resources profession.
Tina Marie received her MBA with a concentration in Human Resources Management from Walsh College. In addition to holding both the SHRM-SCP and SPHR, HR professional certifications; she is a Neuroscience-based coach with a Certification in Applied Neuroscience by Key Change Institute (KCI).
Tina Marie is an active member of the HR community and dedicated advocate for advancing the HR profession through collaboration, partnerships and mentorship. In 2018 she co-founded HRUnite! a professional networking and advocacy group to support and advance the HR profession through impactful professional relationships.
Tina Marie is an HR Storyteller and frequent speaker on HR and leadership topics throughout the country. Her first book, STOP Collaborate and LISTEN – Developing Impactful HR Partnerships Through Collaboration was released in March 2019 and is available through Lulu Publishing.
The 2023 Wisconsin SHRM Conference will be a hybrid event, with in-person and virtual experiences.
Whether you attend virtually or in-person, there will be a variety of sessions to increase your HR knowledge and provide credits toward recertification.
Registration opens June 2023!
Many of us fear conflict because we don't feel confident in our ability to handle it. In this session, you'll learn how to shift your mindset about conflict from something to fear to an opportunity for progress, creativity, and innovation.
As the founder and CEO of Conflict Capable Solutions, Anna is revolutionizing how people approach and handle conflict.
For many years, she was an executive leader for mission-driven organizations that were stifled by conflict. She’s on a mission to help people level up from conflict management to conflict capabilities with her experience and expertise in civil mediation, civil mediation training, conflict resolution consulting, and facilitated dialogues.
She works alongside individual leaders, teams, and organizations to help them make a plan to help people confidently approach conflict. With her guidance, they shift their mindset about conflict and learn shared words, phrases, and skills that unlock their unlimited potential.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in Diversity Studies and Communication and a master’s degree in Advocacy and Political leadership.
Anna loves popcorn, improv, paddle boarding, creative writing, and meeting you.
She’s based in Minneapolis where she lives with her husband Gabe and Morris, the bouncy Golden Retriever.
PO Box 513
La Crosse, WI 54602