Other Professional Events
INTERACTIVE HR WORKSHOP
The Mansion on Delaware Avenue
Buffalo, New York September 9th, 2014
After 6 years, 90 unique venues, 400 HCM speakers, and nearly 500 thought leadership topics, we’re celebrating our 100th HR Workshop—and we want you to be a part of this very special one-day event! Join us at this exceptional workshop on Tuesday, September 9th at The Mansion on Delaware Avenue. Hear outstanding guest speakers and other HR leaders discuss how to:
- Understand the value of diversity training programs
- Bridge generational communication gaps in the workplace
- Interpret recent employment law developments, and much more
As always, there’s no cost to attend, and everyone earns 4.5 HRCI, 4.0 NASBA-CPE, and APA credits.
So sign up now to participate in this momentous occasion.
"Achieving Business Success With Transgender Transitions: Coming Out and Into Equality"
Presented by: Out & Equal NY Finger Lakes & Medaille College
The purpose of this presentation is to educate human resource professionals, diversity officers and health care professionals on the legal requirements concerning transgender employees. We will review how employers and employees can understand legal requirements concerning transgender employees by suggesting best practices to follow in dealing with an employee’s transition and discussing difficulties faced by transgender individuals in the workplace.
Presented by Robert O'Toole, JD, Jenna Cook, PhD and Anthony Rozzo
8:30 am - 9:00 a.m. Registration
9:00 am - 12:00 noon. Workshop
Room H208, Huber Hall, 18 Agassiz Circle
Buffalo, NY 14214
$15 for those seeking SHRM Credit
$5 suggested donation for others
To register: www.oenyfingerlakes.groupsite.com/
Medaille College’s Leadership Management Council (LMC), founded in 2010 is comprised of Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership and Master in Business Administration graduates who are in executive leadership positions in Western New York.
"Excellence is Leadership" Lectures Series
We hope you can join us at our 2014 breakfast sessions to learn and discuss factors that employers look for in leaders.
All sessions are free and open to the public
Leadership Visioning | Thursday, May 15
Leadership Communications | Thursday, September 18
High Performing Organizations | Thursday, November 13
Learn More & Register Online
Volunteer Opportunities Available through:
Junior Achievement of WNY
Junior Achievement of WNY is now seeking volunteer teachers for classes throughout the community! If you would like to play an important role in helping WNY students excel financially and in their desired careers, there are many classes that are currently in need of Junior Achievement volunteers. All of the classes listed need volunteers this school year, and your help is always appreciated!
There are classes available in a wide variety of convenient locations, with a ranging selection of age groups.
Please click here to view more information on this great opportunity to give back to your community.