At the KYSHRM Conference, Trasee Whitaker, CHRO for Masonic Communities Kentucky, was named the winner of the 2017 Lyle Hanna Spirit Award for Volunteer Service. In this conversation, Trasee discusses her role as an HR leader and active volunteer, and what it means to be at the pinnacle. HR leaders are playing a significant role in every level of decision making within an organization and influencing innovation and growth. You have a close working relationship with your executive team at Masonic Communities Kentucky. Tell us about how you developed those relationships.
Each year, as National Volunteer Week approaches in April, we think about how to express our gratitude to our 6,000+ SHRM Volunteer Leaders. Each year, this task seems more difficult than the year before.
Lyle Hanna, President and CEO of Hanna Resource Group, will be hosting “The CHRO Perspective: How the Best Make It Happen!” at the National SHRM conference this year. The conference will be June 17-20 in Chicago.
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Now, I know being one of 16,000+ HR Pros may sound intimidating, especially if you have never attended a SHRM Annual Conference & Exposition, but believe me, you don’t want to miss SHRM18 in Chicago.
KYSHRM is accepting nominations for the 2018 Lyle Hanna Volunteer Spirit Award through June 15.
This year, many HR professionals will need to recertify their SHRM credential. If you’re considering the value of this credential, read this SHRM article about the value for you and your organization.
For those who qualified and earned the SHRM certifications in 2015, this is the year for recertification!
The biggest difference I can find between GenXers (born 1965-1979) and my Millennial peers (born 1980-2000) is our overall level of self-reliance and resourcefulness (the kind that goes beyond Googling the answer).