Published: March, 2021
This online CPE webinar for CPAs, Top Management members and HR Professionals examines the workplace challenges of today's organizational leaders against the backdrop of rapid change. Social media, remote workers, advanced technology, generational diversity, and social challenges have made their way into the workplace. How can leaders maintain the Organization's identity (culture, mission, vision, and values) with an ever-changing community? This energetic presentation explores modern-day workplace issues and provides practical; actionable steps leaders can take to ensure they balance keeping up with the rapid pace of change impacting employees while maintaining the Organization's identity.
This CPE webinar for CPAs is suitable for leaders, business owners and top management professionals like CEOs, CFOs and COOs as well as SHRM and HRCI Professionals.
MY-CPE LLC, 1600 Highway 6 south, suite 250, sugar land, TX, 77478
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Founder, April Simpkins Enterprise LLC
APRIL SIMPKINS SHRM-CP, PHR, - April is a dually certified HR Professional with 30 years of executive-level Human Resources experience. April is an HR Consultant, and the Chief Human Resources Officer for Totalhr, a human resources services firm focused on supporting the HR needs of small- to mid-sized businesses. She has helped more than 1000 business owners shape and develop their human capital.
April's experience and expertise, coupled with her continued study of Human Resources trends, has made her a trusted advisor for many in the business community. It also led to an invitation to The Business Journal Leadership Trust, which allows April to share her expertise with leaders nationwide. She has been a requested presenter and guest speaker for organizations that include Harvard University Extension School, Winthrop University, The Citadel, EEOC, and The City of Charleston, to name a few. She is also a member of the SHRM Speakers Bureau.
April is a board member of both the York County Regional Chamber of Commerce and the SC Small Business Development Centers (SBDC). She is the Chapter Chair for the Charlotte affiliate of the Women Presidents Organization (WPO), a non-profit membership organization for women presidents, CEOs, and managing directors of privately held, multimillion-dollar companies. In 2016 WPO honored April with the Woman of Color Award for her business achievements.
April was the Diversity Director for the South Carolina Society for Human Resources Management from 2018 - 2020. In 2020 April received the Unsung Hero Award from Greenville SHRM for her exemplary leadership in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Her service and commitment to the HR community and the profession's advancement led to her selection as a member of the HR Advisory Board for Winthrop University in Rock Hill, SC. She works with a team of HR thought leaders who have been charged with designing the human resources undergraduate and postgraduate degree curriculum and programs.
April has received many awards and honors for her business acumen. Her awards include: the 2020 Women In Business Achievement Award from the Charlotte Business Journal, the 2018 Fort Mill/ Tega Cay Business Person of The Year Award from the York County Regional Chamber, the Movers & Shaker Award given by Business Leader Magazine and, in 2016, April was named one of Charlotte's 50 Most Influential Women by Mecklenburg Times.
April is a classically trained pianist, an avid runner, athlete, mother, wife, and entrepreneur.
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Mar 8th, 2021
It was acceptable.
Sep 14th, 2021
Sep 2nd, 2021
This webinar lacked substance. It was a boring ppt of things most of us already know.