January Education Event
Tuesday, January 11, 2022 | 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM

Event Detail

Event Venue

Norris Centers - Dallas
12005 Ford Road, Ste 200
Dallas, TX 75234

Event Sponsor

Registration Options

Members and Future Members can register for either the full Education Event, Lunch only, or an AM/Lunch or Lunch/PM session. 

Registration Full Day Event (5 hours)
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Advance Onsite 
Members:   $199 $219
 Non-Members:  $249 $269

Lunch Only Event (1 hour)
11:45 AM -1:00 PM

  Advance Onsite 
Members:  $42 $57
 Non-Members:  $54 $67

Morning or Afternoon Half Day (3 hours)
8:30 AM -1:00 PM or 11:15 AM - 4:00 PM

  Advance Onsite 
Members:  $119 $139
 Non-Members:  $169 $189


Limited onsite registration is available.

Eligible for Chapter Grant Fund Applications, click here to access application page.

Schedule of Event
8:30-9:00        AM     Registration & Networking
9:00-10:00      AM     AM Session One
10:00-10:15    AM     Networking Break
10:15-11:15    AM     AM Session  Two
11:15-11:45    AM     Networking/Registration for Luncheon
11:45-1:00      PM     Lunch Keynote/PM Session Three
1:15-1:45        PM     Networking Break
1:45-2:45        PM     PM Session One
2:45-3:00        PM     Networking Break
3:00-4:00        PM     PM Session Two


Recertification Credit Information
This event will be submitted to HRCI and SHRM for recertification credits. The lunch will be approved for 1 HRCI Credit Hour (HR General) and 1 SHRM PDC. The full education event will be approved for 5 HRCI Credit Hours (HR General) and 5 SHRM PDC's. The AM/Lunch or Lunch PM sessions will be approved for 3 HRCI Credit Hours (GR General) and 3 SHRM PDC's.

New Year, Never Fear; We've Got You! 2022 The Great Expectation

New Year's Resolutions or not, many are looking towards 2022 with hope and optimism. One thing is for sure, the majority of professionals will demand fairness and equity in the workplace, especially when it comes to culture, mental health and well-being. 

Join us for a day filled with HR professionals as we consider our own wellbeing and mental health, and explore how HR will continue to drive organizational initiatives to deliver on these growing business and cultural imperatives.

Cultivating a Workplace Culture of Dignity
According to Gallup, 67% of the American workforce is disengaged. These individuals are not enthusiastic about or committed to their work and workplace. With much of the workforce actively disengaged, organizations are missing opportunities for innovation, growth, and profitability. Disengaged individuals are stifling their potential and failing to thrive, and they might be taking others down with them. It doesn’t have to be this way. We can create workplaces where people and work thrive together by creating a culture of dignity. Robyn Short, founder and CEO of Workplace Peace Institute, will share evidence-based strategies for cultivating a workplace culture where all people are engaged and experience their inherent worth and value as contributors. 

Participants will learn:

  1. The criteria necessary for cultivating peace and dignity in the workplace and why this should be a business imperative.
  2. Dynamics of human behavior, including a fun dive into neuroscience.
  3. Behavioral approaches to leading and communicating with dignity and how this builds trust in the workplace.

About the Speaker

Robyn Short
Founder & CEO
Workplace Peace Institute

Dr. Robyn Short is the founder and CEO of Workplace Peace Institute, a consulting and research firm that brings peace and dignity to the workplace. She also works as a peace-building trainer, mediator, racial equity coach, and restorative justice facilitator. She is the founder and publisher of GoodMedia Press, an independent book publisher whose mission is to promote peace and social justice through books and other media. Dr. Short is the founder and board chair of the Peace & Conciliation Projecta 501(c)(3) antiracism organization that brings communities together to address and repair the harm of racial injustice. Dr. Short is an adjunct professor at Southern Methodist University in the Master of Conflict Management and Dispute Resolution program, Lipscomb University’s Conflict Management Institute, and the Master of Leadership and Negotiation at Bay Path University. Dr. Short has authored four books on peace building.

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Payment & Registration Notes

Attendees can register for:

  • Full Day (5 hours)
  • Luncheon Only (1 hour)
  • Morning or Afternoon Half Day (3 hours)

IMPORTANT: Advance registrations are strongly recommended. Due to hotel catering requirements, we cannot guarantee seating for onsite registrants. To receive cancellation credit, your written request must be received at DallasHR by 12:00 noon, no later than the Wednesday before the meeting.

Payment is due with registration. No POs or requests for invoicing can be honored. Checks should be made payable and mailed (to be received no later than the Wednesday before the meeting) to the DallasHR Office.

Important Notices:

Chapter members and guests are not allowed to bring and/or distribute marketing collateral or material other than business cards to any chapter event except paid, sponsoring businesses. Violation of this policy will result in dismissal from the meeting and confiscation of materials. Opportunities to promote products and services are available. For information, please contact [email protected]

Please make arrangements to be on time. Lunch service will cease when the luncheon presentation begins. This is a rule set by the HR Certification Institute for presentations that are approved for credit. Attendees who arrive after 11:45 AM may not be served lunch and your seat may be released to onsite registration attendees.

If you require a vegetarian meal for lunch, you may request one by contacting [email protected] Please note that you must pre-order veggie meals no later than 9:00 AM on the Monday prior to the event. On-site requests cannot be honored.