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    JSAHR Monthly Meeting - February 16, 2012 "Shifting from Advocate to HR Strategy Architect - Defining Strategies for Military Talent Engagement" presented by Sherrill Curtis, SPHR

    Date: February 16, 2012, 7:45am – 10:00am
    Jumping Brook CC Neptune, NJ
    $25 for JSAHR Members, $35 for non-members, $20 for guest of JSAHR member, $15 for those in-transition, $10 for students with ID
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    Shift gears from being military friendly to military ready in this comprehensive mini-workshop addressing the full business cycle from successful outreach through ongoing engagement.  Learn strategies tied to business goals that deliver key operational results.  From Leadership championing, through interviewing, accommodations, bridging cultures, performance management and succession planning, this interactive mini-workshop delivers with adaptable case studies and resources for organizations large and small. 


      Our speaker, Sherrill Curtis, SPHR, brings this special adaptation of the SHRM 2011 annual conference workshop to us, guiding step by step so you may develop the critical phases of an effective engagement action plan that's right for your organization.  Participants receive a Strategy Planning Workbook.


      ABOUT THE SPEAKER:  Sherrill Curtis, SPHR

      As Principal and Creative Director of her consultancy practice, Sherrill specializes in strategic human resource and business management solutions offering clients highly interactive skill development workshops, guest speaking and personalized career coaching.


      Sherrill is currently creating and producing for SHRM a series of on-line awareness and learning tools for Human Resource professionals to connect with, support and engage military connected talent in the workplace.  This project, "Behind the Lines", launches in early 2012.  It is produced in support of the national initiative "Joining Forces" led by First Lady, Michelle Obama, along with Jill Biden and Vice President, Joe Biden.


      As a highly rated national guest speaker, her in-person and radio guest speaking engagements focus on strategies for successfully integrating those differently abledand Veterans in the workplace, HR best practices, communications, critical thinking, strategic architect style HR leadership, skill and career development. She serves on numerous Advisory Boards; is Workforce Readiness Director for the Garden State Council-SHRM; VP Workforce Readiness for Morris County-SHRM; Co-Founder for the Women’s Institute at Bergen Community College; and adjunct faculty with several NJ colleges.  Her passion is to assist others in discovering then following a career path that brings joy to their lives.



    In case of inclement weather please come back to this meeting announcement for cancellation information.

    Please RSVP for this meeting prior to 4:00pm on Friday February 10 in order to avoid the $5.00 late fee.