Upcoming Webinars:

  • Friday, June 5: Are Employee Resource Groups More Important than Ever?

    Special Women's Affinity Alliance program 
    *NOTE NEW TIME: NOON-1:00 P.M.*
    Are employee resource groups more important than ever? And, what role do ERGs (or business resource groups, affinity groups or networks) play amid COVID-19? First, Krista Brookman, Vice President Learning and Advisory Services with Catalyst, will share the top trends she's hearing right now related to diversity, equity and inclusion and opportunities for ERGs to plug in and add value. Then, three Milwaukee leaders, Lisa Cieslak, Tiffany Davister and Elizabeth Strike, will discuss what they are doing to engage group members, maintain connections, and provide a much-needed sense of belonging to employees right now.
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  • Friday, June 12: Return to Work Post COVID-19

    As safer at home restrictions loosen and our business community slowly begins to adopt to our new normal, employers are also beginning to look at what it means for employees to return to work post COVID-19. In this important discussion, TEMPO members Kimberly Thekan (Godfrey & Kahn, S.C.) and Heather Turner Loth (EUA) will discuss both the tactical ways companies are looking at returning to work and the more holistic ways from employee engagement, wellbeing and cultural mindset. Some companies are looking at opportunities to change policy around working from home, while others are looking to return and resume pre-COVID business practices. Finally, we will dive deep into supporting psychological security in employees to help ease the transition back to the workplace. 
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  • Friday, June 19: The New Normal for Education

    COVID-19 has had a profound impact on higher education – from closing campuses to emptying dorms to canceling graduation ceremonies. COVID-19 likely will have lasting effects on colleges and universities throughout our state and city, including forcing many to beef up their online courses as a viable option to the on-campus experience. It could lead to a complete rethinking of how colleges and universities interact with students in the post COVID-19 world. Hear from three leaders; Renee Herzing (Herzing University), Dr. Phyllis King (UW-Milwaukee) and Dr. Christine Pharr (Mount Mary University) about how they are adapting to the new normal for education. 
    Register here.
  • Friday, June 26: Unconscious Bias 

    Special Professional Development program
    Join us for this special TEMPO Talks in partnership with TEMPO Milwaukee's Professional Development committee. Participants will explore key concepts and gain a deeper understanding of what unconscious bias in the workplace looks like and learn how to respond effectively to situations where biases are being perceived and demonstrated. They will also be introduced to powerful tools and resources, including the KIND framework and The Ladder Inference to better understand why people viewing the same set of evidence can draw quite different conclusions and how being KIND can improve your business results.
    Register here.

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