Everyone from organization leadership to individual contributors experience stress. It is unavoidable. What we can all do is focus on what is within our control and how we can best leverage resilience strategies, practices and techniques to be our best selves and achieve peak performance. Building individual and organizational resilience for the long term embraces both high performance and sustainable wellbeing as equally critical ways to enhance personal and team effectiveness within an organization.
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ABOUT OUR SPEAKER - Haley Prophet, Senior Wellbeing Specialist, Garmin International. Haley has 20+ years in the corporate wellness industry. In her current role, she focuses on implementation of
well-rounded multi-dimensional wellbeing offerings to Garmin's nationwide workforce. Haley is an Emporia State University graduate and holds multiple professional recognitions and certifications including Top 100 Health Promotion Professionals 2014, Top 50 Health Promotion Professionals 2016 from the Wellness Council of America (WELCOA). She currently serves
as the Healthy KC Workplace Wellness Action Team chair as part of the Healthy KC initiative iwth the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas City. Haley is a board member with Big Shifts Foundation as well as GateWay of Hope and serves as a member of the Health Enhancement Research Organization (H.E.R.O.)
on behalf of Garmin.
Disability:IN GKC is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®.
This program is valid for 1 PDC for the SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®. For more information about certification
or recertification, please visit www.shrmcertification.org
November 24, 2020
"Demystifying the Hiring of People with Disabilities:
Hiring and Retaining Qualified Talent"
June 23, 2020
Taking Action During COVID-19 Crisis to Hire and Retain People with Disabilities - Access webinar recording HERE
Julie Brinkhoff, Co-Director/PI, Great Plains ADA Center
Julie directs the Great Plains ADA Center's core service activities including training, technical assistance, product development, and dissemination. Julie has extensive experience in designing and disseminating training programs and materials on a variety of topics related to the ADA. She has assisted numerous communities in meeting ADA compliance obligations, developing ADA implementation policies/strategies, and meeting Project Civic Access requirements. Her primary areas of expertise are ADA employment provisions, service animals, accessible web design, customer service, and Title II and III ADA implementation. She is especially interested in designing and disseminating information in effective, user-friendly formats through multi-media. She holds a Master’s Degree in Education from the University of Missouri and has been involved with the
Center since 1995.