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    Getting a Seat at the Table through the Use of HR Metrics

    Date: July 18, 2013, 11:00am – 1:45pm
    Hassayampa Inn
    122 E Gurley St, Prescott, AZ 86301
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    In today's business environment HR plays a strategic role to the operational success of an organization. To provide support as a true business partner, HR must have the ability to communicate with top management using hard data that impacts the bottom line. In order to be effective and be a true business partner, the HR department must not only measure activities (the tactical level) but more importantly, the HR department must execute and measure the HR deliverables that are strategically important. By being able to show the value of HR to an organization, HR leaders can get a seat at the executive leadership table and truly impact the overall success of an organization.

    Karen Stafford, MHRM, SPHR                                                                 

    Arizona Vice President – Membership Development

    Mountain States Employers Council - Arizona Regional Office

    About Karen:

    Karen joined the Employers Council in 2004. A graduate of the University of Hawaii, Karen holds a Master’s degree in Human Resource Management and is a certified instructor in several leadership, human resources, and teambuilding training courses.  Karen has also served on faculty with a local university in the areas of employment law, human resources and management studies. She also presents regularly at local, statewide and national conferences.

    With over twenty five years of human resources experience, Karen has served in senior management and HR consulting positions in a variety of business settings.  From non-profit agencies and small businesses to Fortune 500 corporations, Karen’s expertise spans the industries of property casualty insurance, family entertainment, health care, and banking. 

    Karen has counseled and trained hundreds of MSEC members and other HR professionals on the topics of supervision, leadership development, human resources, workplace harassment prevention, performance management, and employment law.

    This presentation has been approved for 1.0 Hrs. of Strategic HRCI credit.

    The menu will be as follows:

    Char-grilled salmon filet topped with lemon garlic buerre blanch, diced tomatoes and scallions

    Chef’s choice dessert

    Coffee, Water, Iced Tea

    Please RSVP no later than July 12, 2013 by 5:00pm

    If you prefer a vegetarian alternative, please indicate so in your RSVP.