This event is webinar only. To see program updates related to COVID-19, go to https://indyshrm.org/page/Spring2020ProgrammingUpdates
There are two statistics that HR professionals know all too well:
- Millennials now make up half of the U.S. workforce
- Two-thirds of employees in the U.S. workforce are disengaged.
What do these two statistics have in common? Both represent opportunities for employers to maximize an intentional, strategic corporate social responsibility program. While most CSR programs are not driven by HR, the human resource pros in any organization are uniquely positioned to guide and contribute to CSR programs that make a difference in a company’s employer brand, learning and development, and its bottom line.
Join us for an interactive discussion on how HR can influence CSR in support of better employee engagement, recruitment and retention.
BoCK Competencies Discussed:
Workplace: Corporate Social Responsibility
Program is certified for 1.25 SHRM and HRCI credits.
Katherine Coble, APR, Partner
Katherine Coble, APR, brings more than two decades of diverse experience as a professional communicator to the Borshoff team, having worked in corporate, government, small business and agency settings. Always approaching challenges with a “yes, and” attitude, she has built her expertise primarily in employee engagement and communications with an emphasis on internal communications strategy, planning and execution for major corporate mergers, diversity and employer-of-choice initiatives, benefits/HR programs, change management, and leadership communications. She is a certified coach, trainer and speaker who focuses on culture and leadership communications as the antidote for what ails many companies in corporate America. Katherine was a managing supervisor with Fleishman- Hillard, Inc. and has also worked in corporate communications for WellPoint (now Anthem) and Greyhound Lines, Inc. She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism and political science from Texas Christian University, a master’s degree in journalism from the University of North Texas and a master of business administration degree from Amberton University. She is an accredited PRSA member and serves on the board of Beyond Monumental, a non-profit organization that hosts the CNO Financial Indianapolis Monumental Marathon and provides funding and programming for children’s health and fitness initiatives in central Indiana. In her personal time, she is attempting to run a half marathon in all 50 states.
Thursday, April 16, 2020
Webinar Opens: 11:30 am
Introduction & Table Discussions: 12:00 pm
Program Begins: 12:15 pm
Program Concludes: 1:30 pm
Members: $30 ($25 before 4/9/20)
Non-members: $40 ($35 before 4/9/20)
Flat-Rate Program: $0
A $5 early bird discount will be applied to registrations received a week prior to the event.