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1 1 State Council Overview 2014 HR State Council Leadership Conference HR State Council of New Hampshire

2 Insert chapter logo here About SHRM 2 Overview The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is the world’s largest association devoted to human resource management. Founded in 1948, SHRM currently has more than 575 affiliated professional chapters and 400 student chapters. SHRM headquarters is in Alexandria, VA. SHRM has more than 250,000 professional and student members in more than 140 countries. SHRM has over 350 staff members and more than 7,000 volunteer leaders! Visit SHRM Online at

3 Insert chapter logo here About SHRM 3 Overview SHRM will be a globally recognized authority whose voice is heard on the most pressing people management issues of the day – now and in the future.

4 Insert chapter logo here About SHRM SHRM is the global HR professional organization that exists to:  Build partnerships  Provide a global community to share expertise & create innovative solutions  Provide thought leadership, education, & research  Be an advocate on the most critical issues facing workplaces & the human resource profession 4 SHRM’s Mission

5 Insert chapter logo here About SHRM 5 SHRM’s Volunteer Leadership Structure SHRM ® Board Staff Support Members Membership Advisory Council Regional Councils State Councils Chapters

6 Insert chapter logo here Our State Council Each state is governed by a state council with a state council director, who reports up to a regional council. State councils typically hold quarterly meetings for members to discuss issues and challenges, pending legislation, the HR profession, and how SHRM supports these. State councils engage in activities that raise the visibility and credibility of the HR profession and SHRM in the state. 6 SHRM State Council Affiliates Membership Advisory Council Regional Councils State Councils Local Chapters

7 Insert chapter logo here Our Regional Council Each of the five geographic regions in the U.S. has a regional council, composed of the state council directors. The regional council provides a structure for state directors and state directors-elect to work together with SHRM staff. SHRM staff facilitates successful practice-sharing among state councils to achieve SHRM’s strategic priorities. Regional councils provide guidance and assistance to state councils and chapters. 7 SHRM Regional Councils Membership Advisory Council Regional Councils State Councils Local Chapters

8 Insert chapter logo here Our Regional Council 8 SHRM’s Five Geographic Regions

9 Insert chapter logo here SHRM Membership Advisory Council The MAC is composed of five elected volunteer representatives, one from each of the regions. Serves as an interface and two-way channel of communication between the volunteer leaders and the SHRM Board of Directors. Provides input from the membership to the SHRM Board of Directors and feedback from the SHRM Board to the membership; and provides operational input to SHRM to ensure optimum service/support to and from the volunteer leadership. 9 MAC Membership Advisory Council Regional Councils State Councils Local Chapters

10 Insert chapter logo here SHRM Staff – Regional Teams 10 Northeast Regional Team Susan Post, SPHR, CAE Field Services Director – Northeast Region NY Phyllis Shurn-Hannah Field Services Director – Northeast Region CT, MA, ME, NH, NJ, PA, RI, VT Tammy Finnell Regional Administrator – Northeast Region Regional Administrator – Northeast Region Shelly Trent, SPHR Field Services Director – Northeast Region DE & MD

11 Insert chapter logo here SHRM Affiliated Chapters Two-way channels of communication between SHRM and members. Forums for personal and professional development of members. Opportunities to develop leadership, managerial, public-speaking and group decision-making skills. 11 Membership Advisory Council Regional Councils State Councils Local Chapters

12 Insert chapter logo here State Council Board 12 Board of Directors NH Chapters Mike KlyopDirectorJohn Wilson Diversity Director Kathy Nelson Greater Concord Tim Dabrieo Director-Elect / SHRM Foundation Director Tina Sharby Diversity Workforce Coalition Liaison Barbara Hecker Greater Monadnock Charla Stevens Past DirectorJohn Roller Chapter Liaison Laurie Glaude Manchester Area Jennifer Kinville Secretary/Tre asurer Deb Tuttle College Relations Director Debra Paul Greater Nashua Catharine Mirable Membership Director Anne Vallette Co- Membership Director Tim DabrieoSeacoast Claire Dunleavy North Country Liaison Jim Reidy, Esq. Legislative Director Kevin Keleher Greater Merrimack Valley Amy Cann Technology Director Deborah Burkholder Workforce Readiness Director David Wheel ESGR Program Director

13 Insert chapter logo here State Council Initiatives  Membership  Engagement, Growth, & Communication  College Relations  Relationships, Support of Schools, & Internships  Workforce Readiness  Educate Employers, Partner with Schools, & Increase Statewide NH Efforts  Certification  Chapter Assistance, Promote, & Scholarships  Council Relevancy  Awareness, Resource, & Partnership to Chapters  North Country  Advocacy – NH A-Teams  GSHRC, Legislative Conference, & Leadership Conference 13

14 Insert chapter logo here State Council ~ My Agenda My Agenda –It’s Our Agenda What are the needs? –Meet with the Chapters –Meet with State Council Board Members Areas of focus –Initiatives – Are we performing? Do we know? –State Council Board / Chapters – Are we integrated? –How do we think about the future? Are we leading? 14

15 Insert chapter logo here State Council – Get Involved Here’s what I need from you… Be passionate about your profession –Cast your leadership shadow Volunteer –Committees, Board Roles, & Mentor –Recruit volunteers Support Change –Be a leader of change 15


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