WEBINAR

    It Starts with HR.
    Tips to Improve Your Workforce’s Resilience and Well-Being

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    During this unprecedented and uncertain time, the role of HR within organizations has shifted. It is not uncommon for HR roles to have expanded into taking on the responsibility of cultivating resilience and reducing stress within our teams and our entire public sector workforce. 

    Julius-Rhodes-1This on-demand webinar, presented by guest speaker Julius Rhodes (former HR Director of Cook County, IL), will offer strategies to help you overcome some of the challenges you face and will ensure you are in the best position to move forward with resilience. You will be provided with tactics and strategies to implement to overcome the obstacles you face within the workplace and at home. These strategies will set your workforce up for success as we face uncertainty ahead. 

     

    In this FREE on-demand webinar, WE WILL COVER:

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    Understanding resilience and its impact within HR

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    Implementing mindfulness as part of a daily routine

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    Strategies for improved well-being and stress management across your workforce

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    Cultivating a calm workplace or virtual atmosphere

     


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    Presented by JULIUS RHODES

    Formerly the Director of HR for Cook County in Illinois and an officer of the greater Chicago Chapter of IPMA-HR, Julius E. Rhodes has spoken at past IPMA-HR conferences including the most recent IPMA-HR Southern Region Conference in Charleston, S.C. He is also the Founder and Principal of the mpr group, a broad-based, full-service Human Resources and Management Professional Services Firm, which he has operated continuously for 25 years.