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NORTHLAND HUMAN RESOURCE ASSOCIATION



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With an NHRA membership you are also a Duluth Chamber of Commerce member and can attend Chamber events for the member price. 

Upcoming events

    • 09 Mar 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (CST)
    • Zoom
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    Please join us for an insightful webinar about Servant Leadership.

    This is a Membership Appreciation event, so there is no charge to NHRA members for this webinar.

    *This event is also approved for 1.0 SHRM credit.

    About the speaker:


    Ted Schick

    www.schickcorplearning.com

    6945 Bear Island Rd

    Duluth, MN 55803

    218 428-9211

    Residing in Fredenberg Township, just north of Duluth, MN, Ted is a professional speaker, corporate trainer and consultant with his own business of 12 years, Schick Corporate Learning. A retired naval officer who rose from the enlisted ranks, Ted has over 30 years’ experience leading people.

    With over 26 years in teaching, Ted holds a BA Business from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, received a teaching certificate from Bemidji State University, and a Master of Education from the University of Minnesota, Duluth.

    Ted has been active in his community with Spirit Mountain Ski Patrol, local animal humane societies including Animal Allies and Friends of Animals and has served as a mentor for Mentor Duluth. In his “spare” time, he has been a stand-up comedian, teaches Fit Camp fitness classes, served as a personal fitness coach and is a seasoned triathlete.

    • 13 Apr 2021
    • (CDT)
    • 15 Apr 2021
    • (CDT)
    • 2 sessions
    • Zoom
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    Please join us for a 2 part series learning about Indirect Compensation as a tool for recruitment and retention.

    Over a two part series (3 hrs. total), this course lays the foundation for understanding of Indirect Compensation. We will cover all compensation that is not paid directly to an employee in the form of a salary (e.g. Health, Life, Dental, Vacation). This will further educate HR/Business professionals and help them coach their employees to understand the value of Indirect Compensation.

    Participants can expect a presentation that contains graphs and examples utilizing relevant workforce information, polls, and interactive discussions. You can also expect to engage with each other and create an interactive session of ideas and feedback.

    This 2 part series has been approved for  3.00    HR (General)  recertification credit hours toward aPHR™, aPHRi™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™ and SPHRi™ recertification through HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®).

    However, BOTH series must be attended in order to receive credit. No partial credits will be given.


    About the Presenter:


    I was born and raised in the Twin Ports, Duluth/Superior area. I have had a progressive career working in Human Resources for 20+ years in both public and private sectors, holding positions as Generalist, Specialist, Manager and Director of Human Resources. I have been employed with the University of Wisconsin for 10 years and an Alum of the HR and Leadership programs at UW Superior. I am SHRM-CP Certified Professional, Civil Service Commissioner for the City of Superior, WI and serve on the Board of Directors for the Northland HRA.

    • 11 May 2021
    • 12:00 PM (CDT)
    • Zoom
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    Please join us for a great workshop on adverse childhood experiences and how that affects the workplace.

    Participants in this workshop will:

    • Gain understanding about the effects of trauma on personal development
    • Gain understanding of how Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) can affect future life outcomes including health, social, emotional, and workplace functioning
    • Learn how employers can facilitate resiliency in the workplace

    Childhood ACES and trauma often impact our lives well through adulthood. These impacts can include physical and emotional health, relationships, and work functioning. We will examine some of the findings from ACES research, with particular attention to impacts in workplace relationships and functioning, and consider how employers can help enhance employee resiliency.

    Presenter Biography:


    Paul Goossens is a Licensed Psychologist with over 36 years of experience providing psychological services to youth, families, and adults in the Duluth area. His undergraduate Psychology degree was obtained at St. John’s University (Collegeville, MN), and Masters of Arts Degree in Educational Psychology at the University of Minnesota, Duluth.

    Paul began his professional career at Northwood Children’s Services, serving in roles including House Parent, Case-Manager, Therapist, and Psychologist.  After Northwood, Paul provided community-based psychological services to youth, adults, and families in a variety of setting including private practice and hospital-based systems providing outpatient services in clinic, adolescent partial hospitalization, school, and group-home based settings. In 2004, Paul co-founded Harbor City Psychological Associates, a private group practice.  In 2019 he transitioned HCPA to his solo, part-time practice and began employment at the Hills Youth and Family Services, where he serves as Clinical Director. 

    In addition to his psychological practice, Paul has been actively involved in supporting and promoting educational excellence in our community. He has been actively engaged with the Duluth Edison Charter Schools (DECS) since its inception. After serving on the school’s Parent Advisory Council, he served six years as a Director, including four years as Chair, of the Duluth Public Schools Academy Board of Directors. Paul continues to serve the DECS schools as founder and President of the non-profit Affiliated Building Company, Tischer Creek Duluth Building Company, providing school facilities. Paul has also been an active supporter of ISD 709 school excellence as a both a parent and community professional.  He served in a leadership capacity with the “VOTE YES” Levy Referendum Committee, and was a trained leader in the initial ISD 709 “Think Kids” Community Conversation process. Paul and his wife have lived in Duluth for over 36 years and have three adult sons.

Cancellation Policy

We understand there may be occasions that require you to cancel your registration for an event. Cancellations made within (3) full business days prior to an event will be fully refunded. Due to costs associated with venue, food planning, and other expenses, cancellations not made within three full business days will not be refunded or applied to future meetings. 

To review your registration details, go to your registration details page.


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