March Membership Meeting
The Art of Awkward
Categories: Membership Meeting
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Join Kristi Spaethe as she challenges us to get comfortable being uncomfortable. As HR Professionals, we are called upon to deliver the hard feedback that no one else will give. We do this by caring personally, proving we can take it and challenging directly.
SPEAKER: Kristi Spaethe, SHRM-CP, PHR
Kristi Spaethe is President and Principle Consultant of The People Perspective, LLC, an HR Consulting firm helping organizations realize their Best Practices in Human Resources. Additionally, Kristi serves as an adjunct instructor for Tulsa Technology Center. With over 10 years’ experience in “all things HR”, Kristi’s past experience includes companies such as QuikTrip, Solvay, NORDAM and SBS Industries.
Kristi earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology with a Human Resources Development option and also holds the PHR and SHRM-CP certifications.
Currently, Kristi serves as the President of the Tulsa Area Human Resources Association and has served in other board roles with the association since 2014. Kristi also gives back to the community by giving her time to non- profit organizations such as Women in Recovery, where she uses her expertise to assist the participants in being workforce ready.