Do you have a good pulse on civility in your workplace?
What tools do you need to facilitate civil conversations?
How can you create a better workplace during the pandemic and social unrest?
Do you sense stress and frustration from employees?
It’s always a good time to get a refresher course in Civics 101 but this is especially the case as political ideologies widen in this country and our workplaces. Learn how HR professionals can set an example by leading with civility in the workplace and help others to do so. Equip yourself with the tools to facilitate civil conversations to further the HR profession, your advocacy efforts and create better workplaces.
About Our Speaker…
Brent Hill, National Institute for Civil Discourse
SHRM-KC is honored to have Brent Hill, Program Director of the Next Generation Program with the Washington DC based National Institute for Civil Discourse join us for this live webinar!
Brent has served in the Idaho State Senate for 19 years. He was the highest-ranking member of the Idaho State Senate for 10 years, making him the longest-serving President Pro Tempore in Idaho’s history. He did not seek reelection in 2020. He recently accepted a position with the National Institute for Civil Discourse as Director of its Next Generation program. He works directly with various legislatures throughout the country to promote civil discourse and create a culture where engaging differences constructively lead to better public policy development.
He is a retired Certified Public Accountant and Certified Financial Planner with over 35 years of business and financial experience. Born and raised in Idaho, he graduated valedictorian from Madison High School and earned his accounting degree from Utah State University where he has been honored as the university’s Outstanding Accounting Graduate and Alumnus of the Year. For over 20 years, he was CEO of an accounting and business consulting firm with offices in Idaho and Montana. He has also served on boards and advisory councils for various corporations, banks, charitable organizations, and universities.
Brent is a frequent contributor to newspapers and other publications and authored the book, A Matter of Principle that explores the fundamental ideals that guided America’s Founders. He is also a featured speaker at universities, seminars, and conferences. Most importantly, Brent and his wife Julie have raised four sons who, in turn, have blessed them with 20 grandchildren.