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Culture & Technology: A Conversation

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Join us for a discussion on how technology can enhance your organization's people strategy to promote an inclusive and engaged company culture. Learn tools, tips, and strategies from Triangle HR leaders for promoting employee engagement, goal alignment, and recognition. The event will also feature demos from HR Tech start-ups: Peakon, PeopleLove, and All Elements. 

Thu, October 19, 2017
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM EDT


416 South Dawson Street
Raleigh, NC 27601



Supervision is a full-day law seminar covering a range of HR topics. There is NO charge for this event.


 Topics include:

  • Pregnancy-related Policies and Procedures
  • Wage & Hour and Overtime Update
  • Social Media
  • Workplace Investigations
  • How to Audit for Possible Discrimination Claims, and more!

When:  Friday, November 3, 2017 from 8:30am- 4:45pm EDT

Where: The Grandover Resort & Conference Center, 1000 Club Center, Greensboro, NC 27407


To register, ask questions, or for more information, contact Pamela Kesling at or 304.720.4065.

How technology can enhance people strategy to promote an

inclusive and engaged company culture!


Personify, a recruiting firm in Downtown Raleigh is hosting a panel discussion on Thursday, October 19, 2017. The event will also feature demos from local HR tech start-ups:

  • PeopleLove (on-boarding),
  • All Elements (goal alignment/recognition), and
  • Peakon (engagement).


This will be a great opportunity for Triangle HR leaders to network and share strategies for creating an engaged and inclusive culture, while also learning how local tech start-ups can help with these initiatives.


Here is the link to the EventBrite invite: 

For further questions or information, contact: Elizabeth Black, Personify, 800-8765-6188 x102



The North Carolina Technology Association (NCTA) with community partners will hold the next COME TECH OUT the Triangle Job Fair on Thursday, October 19, 2017!  The COME TECH OUT Job Fair series promotes regional job openings in the tech industry and connects hiring companies with hundreds of the area’s top talent across functional areas and levels of expertise.


COME TECH OUT the Triangle Job Fair

 Thursday, October 19, 2017

 8:30 AM – 1:00 PM

 McKimmon Center, Raleigh


Exhibiting employers will be hiring collectively for hundreds of positions from entry level to senior roles encompassing all skill levels and departments (many IT/technology positions but openings in business development, marketing, administration and more will also be featured). 


Job seeking?  This event is FREE for job seekers. Pre-registration is strongly encouraged for planning purposes but walk-ins are welcome. 


Hiring?  Employer exhibit booths are available but space is limited. Benefits as a participant include a job fair booth, job posting package and resume access through the NCTA Job Board, inclusion in press releases, media coverage and collateral and more.  


Visit the event website HERE to view a complete roster of participating employers to date and register to attend. 

Building Trust-Based Teams for Growth Presented by Aneil Mishra, Ph.D.
Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Fidelity's Danbury Hall Office Building 5411 Page Road
Durham, NC 27703
8:00AM - 10:30AM
(8:00AM registration and continental breakfast, 8:30AM presentation)

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Please join us for an interactive session that delves into the importance of trust in building teams for growth. Creating a common language for open communication based on a set of research-based and field-tested teamwork and change management concepts and explore a set of behaviors/actions that participants will learn about and practice in order to develop greater trust within one’s team and one’s organization as a whole. Identifying a process for developing a plan for trust-based organizational change.


Learning outcomes:
• Identify the four ways in which people can build trust within and across teams

• Understand the different mechanisms by which one can build a culture of trust

• Understand the role of courage, humility, and authenticity for fostering change • How to develop transparent and compelling metrics for change


About our speaker:
Aneil Mishra, Thomas D. Arthur Distinguished Professor of Leadership at East Carolina University College of Business is an internationally recognized and widely published thought leader, educator, keynote speaker, and consultant in the areas of trust, leadership, change management, organizational culture and healthcare innovation. He develops and conducts leadership assessment, executive education programs, and team development for a variety of Fortune 500 firms and other organizations, including leading health care organizations, and not-for-profits around the globe.


Aneil is the editor of the recent book, Restoring Trust in Higher Education: Making the Investment Worthwhile Again (Praeger, March 2017). Aneil is also the coauthor of two books Trust is Everything – Become the Leader Others Will Follow (2008), and Becoming a Trustworthy Leader – Psychology and Practice (2013, Routledge Press). He is a contributor to both and Aneil holds A.B., cum laude, in Economics, Princeton University; and a Ph.D., Business Administration, University of Michigan.


The Keystone Partners’ HR Forum is a professional development speaker series. These events are a great way to learn about the latest HR industry happenings, network with fellow HR professionals and share your own insights. We hope you can join us.


Morrisville Chamber of Commerce's Entrepreneurial Workshop
Date: December 12, 2017
Time: 7:30 AM - 10:00 AM EST


For Details & Registration, Click Here!


Are you savvy in the basic laws that apply to your business? Do you have the necessary processes and tools in place to ensure legal compliance and, even better, a happy, high-functioning workforce? Whether you have two or two hundred employees, you are accountable to dozens of employment laws (whether you know them or not!) and if you don’t have a dedicated HR department, you may find yourself in hot water if you’ve neglected to follow these laws.

Join us for our December Entrepreneurial Workshop with Christin Johnson, Principal People Whisperer at iStartupHR, as you learn the basic employment laws that apply to your business, how best to follow these laws, and easy tips to understand and avoid risk. Additionally, she will discuss best practices, resources on a budget, and workflows that will assist you in ensuring your workforce is operating in a compliant and consistent manner. Bonus! Learn how addressing these topics can improve employee satisfaction and retention.


NextGen Center

Professional Development for Emerging Leaders


Tomorrow’s leaders are here. And you’re one of them. But the modern workplace doesn’t automatically provide you with the skills to manage, lead, and grow professionally. NextGen Center works to foster transformational change for this next generation of leaders, companies, and communities through skills-based professional development.


NextGen Center is proud to offer a five-module program, Foundation for Effective Management, that will give you the skills and operating system to effectively communicate and lead others in the workplace. The program centers on an in-person, experiential practicum that teaches you how to manage with a “coach” mindset.


Foundation for Effective Management

Program Duration: 5 Modules

Module Dates (2017):
• #1: Wednesday, September 20
• #2: Monday, October 9
• #3: Monday, October 30
• #4: Thursday, November 16
• #5: Wednesday, December 6

Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

For more information: visit




RACE: Are We So Different? — a featured exhibition hosted by the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences April 22 through October 22, 2017 —  is the first national exhibition to tell the stories of race from the biological, cultural and historical points of view.

Combining these perspectives offers an unprecedented look at race and racism in the United States. Private groups can participate in a Cultural Conversation, a 90-minute dialogue facilitated by local experts in the fields of race relations and social justice. This exercise allows for small groups (5–25 people) to have a meaningful and transformative experience as they reflect on the “RACE” exhibition and their everyday lived experiences with race.

Day or evening Cultural Conversations can be scheduled for corporate, non-profit and school organizations during the week. See contact information (left).

• $250 for nonprofits and school groups

• $300 for corporate groups

• Maximum of 25 guests for program

• Additional fees may apply if booked outside of Museum operating hours


Sydney Bannerman




Raleigh Wake has partnered with the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce to co-sponsor a series of workshops designed for the small business person.  Click  here for more information. 


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