Wed, Oct 20|
Coeur d'Alene Inn, Best Western
October Meeting- Fish! Philosophy
The Fish! Philosophy, modeled after the Pike Place Fish Market, is a business technique that is aimed at creating happy individuals in the workplace. This is a planned in-person event, but subject to change based on CDC/Health District guidelines.
Time & Location
Oct 20, 2021, 11:30 AM – Oct 21, 2021, 1:00 PM
Coeur d'Alene Inn, Best Western, 506 W Appleway Ave, Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814, USA
About the event
Topic: Fish! Philosophy
Now more than ever, employee engagement is top of mind. Workplace culture is key to ensuring that your employees feel connected to your company’s purpose and understand how their role and work they do contributes to it. In order to thrive, people need to feel valued and appreciated for their unique talents and points of view. They need to know that their contributions are noticed and valued. 85% of people dislike their jobs. The FISH! Philosophy teaches business leaders to create company cultures that keep employees invested. It strengthens trust, teamwork and engagement. Amy has been delivering the FISH Philosophy for over 16 years. She will give you plenty of resources to implement all or parts of this program in your organizations. This will be an energetic and fun presentation that will help you make a positive difference in your workplace!
Speaker: Amy Hagerty, PHR/SHRM-CP, SVP/Human Resource Manager at Mountain West Bank
Amy Hagerty, PHR, SHRM-CP is the SVP/Human Resource Manager for Mountain West Bank which currently has 415 employees throughout Washington and Idaho. Amy’s passion is employee engagement and she believes in creating a positive work culture. She has over 24 years of experience in Human Resources, 18 of which are in the banking industry. Amy grew up in Pennsylvania and graduated from Mansfield University of PA with a BS in Psychology and Human Resources. After graduation, she moved to Upstate New York to begin her career in HR. In 2012, she moved to beautiful North Idaho.
Amy has been actively involved in SHRM Chapter boards since 2001 (Hudson Valley New York Chapter, Idaho State SHRM and HRNNI). Amy has been the Business Advisory Council Lead of the Coeur d’Alene Project SEARCH since 2017 which is a high school transition program that helps individuals with disabilities secure meaningful employment. She has spoken at two of their national conferences on the connection between Project SEARCH and Human Resources.
In her free time, Amy enjoys baking, cooking, being active in the outdoors, gardening, beekeeping and tending to her little farm.
Paid HRNNI Member
This ticket is for paid HRNNI members