Why Attend the LWHRA 2020 Symposium?


5 Reasons for You to Attend Symposium 

It's always the right time to think about your HR career, your goals, and your aspirations. LWHRA's 2020 Symposium is a fantastic resource that will allow you to grow your HR practice!

1. Focus on YOU! – In HR, we spend our days and careers focusing on the needs of others. During Symposium we pause to reflect internally on what each of us needs as a growing professional. We take this day to look inside and then we turn outward and share our growth with our organizations and each other.

2. Connect, Grow, Serve – These three words represent the core mission of LWHRA. The Symposium is designed to help you invest in your professional growth, and to help you connect with others as you learn. It will also help you become an expert in the field so you can further serve your organization and the HR community.

3. Earn SHRM & HRCI credits at a great value – LWHRA is offering a fantastic set of courses from respected professionals like Jim Hessler, Dawn Roe, and Melissa Acton-Buzzard for an incredible price. This is one of the best values in the area, allowing you to earn a total of 6 credits (including 4 business credits).

4. Re-Calibrate with Your Peers  Symposium is a great opportunity for you to drown out the “noise” of daily responsibilities and re-calibrate with other professionals who "get it.” Many times, HR can feel like a lonely place, but this is a day to gather together and be with your "people" who understand the joys and the challenges of the HR profession.

5. Network with Sponsors and Exhibitors – Talk to the experts in the field: consultants who specialize in training and development, universities that provide growth opportunities, and vendors who are on the cutting edge of technology. Pick their brains and walk away energized with new ideas!

 

Explore all that LWHRA Symposium has to offer by visiting the LWHRA Symposium page.

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