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    January Program - Resilient HR: Restoring Connection, Strength & Hope in the Midst of Uncertainty

    Date: January 20, 2021, 10:00am – 12:00pm
    Siouxland SHRM
    Virtual Session
    $30 Event is open to Siouxland SHRM Members only
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    The seemingly non-stop flow of information, updates and mandates regarding the pandemic and other stressors is taking a toll on you as HR leaders and on employees across the country. As leaders, you’re tasked with influencing what needs to happen and how work gets done. 

    It’s a big responsibility, so it's important to know how to prioritize resetting your own mindset, tending to self-care, and prioritizing meaningful social connections in an increasingly virtual world. We’ll discover actionable strategies to rewire our brains, so we can respond more confidently and thoughtfully and boost our resilience and that of our leaders and employees.

    In this workshop you will: 

    1. Discover practical, evidence-based strategies to reset your mindset and rewire your brain and body to reduce anxiety and respond more confidently to change

    2. Learn how to reframe stress so we can respond with less reactivity and with greater effectiveness – personally and professionally

    3. Experience the power of social connection as a key to building resilience and how to tap into your circle of connection

    GRHRA is offering this workshop in collaboration with two other SHRM chapters, Cedar Valley HRA and Siouxland HRAWe look forward to collaborating with other chapter members in the State of Iowa!




    Rachel Druckenmiller, MS, is on a mission to humanize the workplace by building resilient, connected and compassionate leaders and teams. Recognized as the #1 Health Promotion Professional in the U.S., a 40 Under 40 Game Changer, and one of The Daily Record’s Leading Women of 2020, Rachel is a national thought leader in the field of wellbeing and employee engagement.  She has delivered over 100 virtual workshops since March 2020 and has worked with dozens of organizations, including Deloitte, Citizens Bank, Junior Achievement, and the American Heart Association and has been featured as a guest on over 30 podcasts. Rachel holds a Master’s degree in Health Science and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology.

    Rachel posts inspirational videos and other content on LinkedIn. Follow her there and on her website  achel has been working with HR professionals for nearly 15 years, supporting them to become more resilient and elevate engagement, compassion and connection among their leaders and teams. In addition to being a SHRM member, Rachel is also a Founding Member of Global Women 4 Wellbeing and the Baltimore Chapter of HackingHR.

    Due to the interactive nature of this workshop, the number of attendees is limited to 100.

    SPECIAL REGISTRATION LINK: You must register through this link for this event.