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Chief Human Resources Officer- North Idaho College  


Are you a dynamic and forward-thinking HR leader with a passion for education and community development? If so, we want YOU to be our next Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) at North Idaho College!
NIC is committed to providing accessible, high-quality education that transforms lives and strengthens our community. If you're ready to make a meaningful impact on the future of education and our community, we invite you to apply for the position of CHRO at NIC. Together, we can create a brighter future for our students and our region.

Questions?, or 208 676-7211

Community Items


The Helps Bulletin has up-to-date news about local opportunities, events and resources available to the community. Below is a mobile friendly electronic flip book in an effort to make it easier to distribute to the community. Click on link below to access the Spring Helps Bulletin.


 Who is ALICE? Working individuals and families often are working hard to earn a living but also struggle to make ends meet, making them fall into the category of Asset Limited, Income, Constrained, Employed (or ALICE).  Here in Kootenai County, that's 1 out of every 3 of our neighbors.  We live, work, worship and recreate around people who deal with the stress and uncertainty of only making enough to live month to month.


 All information that is collected is kept confidential.



We need your Help! Please forward the Helps Bulletin to other community businesses.  Contact info is provided throughout.


Click Here to access the HELPS Bulletin.

Managing Conflict for Productive Outcomes & Effective Team Dynamics: A Skills Development Training for Supervisors & Management


Part I: Conflict not only makes the workplace uncomfortable, but it also hurts productivity, increases turnover and affects the bottom line.  The first half of this program is designed around how to proactively manage conflict in the workplace.  Many managers and supervisors fear and avoid conflict situations because they do not know how to deal with them.  When performance problems and inappropriate behaviors are ignored, they do not go away.  The problems turn into bigger problems.  This part of the seminar will help you to understand conflict and manage it towards a positive outcome.  The training will also help you manage difficult employees and put an end to the unproductive and disruptive behavior.


Part II: In the second half of this workshop, we will focus on building your skills to successfully build and maintain a productive employee framework.  You will gain a better understanding of team dynamics through a group exercise and engaged discussions.  Issues identified will be directly related to participants’ experiences in a hands-on approach, with discussions and a participative setting.



  • Enable a more productive and comfortable work environment

  • Increased confidence with managing conflict

  • Better understanding on how to create team identity

  • Demonstrating the value of teamwork versus constant individual effort



  • The roots of most conflicts

  • Approaches to resolve conflict and facilitate difficult conversations

  • Coping techniques

  • How to identify behaviors of difficult people

  • Characteristics of effective vs. ineffective teams

  • Four stages of team development, and how to apply them with your teams

  • Decision making & problem solving exercises



All levels of leadership, including Front Line Supervisors and Human Resources professionals, will benefit from this workshop.



Approved for 3.5 PDCs with both SHRM and HRCI.



Location: Post Falls Chamber of Commerce   

Date/Time Information: October 24th (2023)  | 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM

Presented by: Post Falls Area Chamber, in cooperation with Associated Employers (AE)



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