EAPA Lone Star

2nd Annual EAPA Lone Star Symposium "Workplace Diversity and Culture: Adapting to the Change"

  • 23 Sep 2016
  • 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Ruthe Jackson Center 3113 S Carrier Pkwy, Grand Prairie, TX 75052

Registration

  • Special price for chapter members through September 21st. Registration code required.
    Registration at the door is $40.00.
  • Includes logo branding on pre event marketing.
    Exhibitor space includes 6ft exhibit table with 2 chairs.
    Symposium registration for two.
    Must designate attendees.
  • Includes prime logo branding on pre event marketing.
    Prominent branding on Keystone event signage.
    Company name at food and refreshment stations.
    5 minute presentation to attendees.
    Prime exhibitor space, includes 6ft exhibit table with 3 chairs.
    Symposium registration for three.
    Must designate attendees.
  • Registration at the door is $40.00.

Registration is closed

EAPA Lone Star Symposium

Friday, September 23, 2016

“Workplace Diversity and Culture:

Adapting to the Change"

Symposium Partner - Mid-Cities HR Association

Light Breakfast Provided

Exhibitor Space and Sponsorships Available

Receive up to 3 EAP Professional Training Credits

SHRM recertification credits for HR professionals available.

Is your organization adapting to the challenges of diversity and the cultural differences that impact the workplace? What are the trends for the new multi generational work life balance? What are the key compliance issues that can impact all parties involved with an employee’s personal and/or work-related problems? How do these factors affect employee job performance, health, mental and emotional well-being?

 

Events outside the workplace have a definite impact on the working environment. Recent trends make it more important than ever for employee assistant professional’s, treatment providers and HR professionals to work together. During this timely symposium, you will learn how to proactively identify employee issues while ethically reacting to the rapid changing elements that can dramatically affect workplace productivity.

 

Who should attend: EA Professionals, HR Professionals, Employee Wellness Managers, Treatment Providers, and those interested in workplace diversity and trends impacting employee productivity, health and wellness.

    

Scheduled Speakers

 

Sheeza Mohsin-Dhanani, LMFT-A, SPHR, MSM-HR, PhD- Candidate

 

Topic Focus: Diversity and Culture in the Workplace.

 

Speaker Bio:

Sheeza Mohsin Dhanani is an experienced professional with expertise in leadership/life coaching. Her specialties include high conflict couples therapy, interracial/interfaith family counseling as well as multicultural and intergenerational awareness training. 

Well respected in the HR professional community, Sheeza has served as a SHRM Learning System facilitator, AVP Corporate Learning for Comerica Bank and Director of Leadership Development for MetLife. She is also an adjunct faculty member at Texas Women’s University and active on various civic boards for the City of Southlake and Southlake Carroll ISD.

Kathryn Mitchell, SPHR, SHRM-SCP


Topic Focus: FMLA Leave and Its Culture of Care from an HR Perspective


Speaker Bio:

Kathryn Mitchell possesses 25 years of experience in the field of HR, including twelve years as director of HR for a nonprofit in Amarillo.  She now lives in Arlington where she offers human resource consulting services, specializing in training and organizational development programs. 

Kathy graduated from Saint Joseph’s College of Maine with a Bachelor of Science in Adult Education and Training.  She became certified as a Professional in Human Resources in 2001 and as a Senior Professional in Human Resources in 2007.  She also holds the SHRM-SCP certification.

Kathy is currently the president-elect of Mid-Cities Human Resource Association.  She and her husband, David, have two grown children and one very adored granddaughter. 

Tarsyia Waddel MS. LPC.LCDC.CEAP.SAP

 

Topic Focus: New Compliance and Trends for Employee Assistance.

 

Speaker Bio:

Tarsyia Waddel is in private practice serving families and assisting employers such as Hewlett-Packard, Raytheon. A Board Certified Psychotherapist and Certified Employee Assistance Professional (CEAP), she processes an extensive background in clinical and research Psychology with treatment specialties in substance abuse, Bipolar, PTSD, domestic violence and relapse prevention. Tarsyia also serves on the Medical Reserve Team for Homeland Security.


Keystone Partner Sponsorships Available

$600.00 (Limited Number Available


Includes prime logo branding on website and pre event marketing.

Prominent branding on Keystone event signage.

Company name at food and refreshment stations.

5 minute presentation to attendees.

Prime exhibitor space, includes 6ft exhibit table with 3 chairs.

Symposium registration for three.

Fellow Partner Sponsorships Available 


$100.00


Includes logo branding on pre event marketing.

Exhibitor space includes 6ft exhibit table with 2 chairs.

Symposium registration for two.


All online reservations are due by Wednesday September 21st by 5pm. Online registration will be closed at that time.  Attendees not registered online will be considered walk-in registrations and will be charged the full registration rate of $40.00. You agree to pay the applicable charges invoiced upon registration. No cancellations accepted after registration closes.

This conference offers up to Three (3) CEU / EAP Professional Development Hours. Also approved for SHRM recertification credits through MCHRA. Sign In required for each session.

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