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The Toledo Area Human Resource Association (TAHRA) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to serving and advancing the human resource profession. TAHRA is a local affiliate of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). We are a dynamic, growing chapter that has received SHRM's Superior Merit Award for outstanding chapter achievement. We are governed by a constitution that is available for your review.
The purpose of the Toledo Area Human Resource Association (TAHRA) is to promote the enlightened practice of the Human Resources discipline, to enhance the professional and personal development of individuals engaged in the practice of human resources, and to provide occasions for the interchange of ideas and information among those who are members of the organization.
Message from the President
Hello to all Toledo Area Human Resources Association Members and Guests!
Welcome back! Summer was a nice time to break from the meeting schedule but we are back in full swing. Our September meeting and the Ohio SHRM State Conference just wrapped up and we are eager to keep the momentum going into October.
It's Official! TAHRA Members voted for their new logo when TAHRA changes its name to NORTHWEST OHIO HUMAN RESOURCE ASSOCIATION (NOHRA) effective 1/1/2015. Check out the winner! Thanks to all who voted!
Next Events - Note new location for 2015!
The Pinnacle; 1772 Indian Wood Circle, Maumee, OH 43537
January 2015 General Membership Meeting
Tuesday, January 13, 2015 from 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM
Please join us on Tuesday, January 13th for the first Northwest Ohio Human Resources Association (NOHRA) meeting of the year. This is a breakfast meeting featuring Jennifer McClure, speaking about "Getting the Attention of the C-Suite - 7 Strategies for Transforming from HR Leaders to Business Leaders."
This meeting is sponsored by:
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Getting The C-Suite’s Attention: 7 Strategies For Transforming From HR Leader to Business Leader
Summary of Session:
The one thing that your CEO and CFO know? A business leader’s strategic importance is never measured by their position on the organization chart. It’s measured by results.
Yet HR Leaders often struggle to articulate how they contribute to the success of strategic initiatives.
The key to getting the C-suite’s attention? Translate critical HR responsibilities to the bottom-line and quantify results.
In this session, you’ll learn 7 areas where HR must lead to ensure competitive advantage create maximum impact – and get noticed.
Understand 7 high-impact areas where HR Leaders can add significant value and achieve recognition for contributions to the organization’s strategic plan.
1. How to take a long-term, “big picture” approach to HR by developing and aligning the human resource strategic plan with the organization’s strategic plan.
2. Solve business problems through the effective use of people strategies and develop and utilize business metrics to measure the achievement of the organization’s strategic goals and objectives.
3. Become an active and effective business leader who can directly impact major business initiatives by establishing strategic relationships with key individuals in the organization to influence organizational decision-making.
7:30 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. Registration
7:30 a.m. - 8:15 a.m. Breakfast
8:15 a.m. General Business Meeting
Speaker to follow
*****PLEASE NOTE MEETING LOCATION HAS CHANGED****
All registrations are to be made online, even if you will be paying by check or at the door. Members and guests must register online and can mail check payment or pay at-the-door. To pay at-the-door, ENTER and APPLY the TAHRA Promo Code: PAYATDOOR at checkout when registering online.