Speaking at the South Texas Human Resources Symposium 2020

In early February I will be presenting at the South Texas Human Resources Symposium (STXHRS), hosted by the San Antonio Human Resource Management Association (SAHRMA), an affiliate of SHRM.


My Session:

Burnout and Beyond!
An HR Professional’s Guide to Managing Stress and Burnout

But with our teams, organizations, communities, families and friends counting on us, stress and eventually burnout can keep us from doing the things that enable us to live and work to our full potential. We need tools and strategies for reducing the impact of stress and burnout at home and at work.

We have to be at our best so that we can help others be a THEIR best.


Event Details:
South Texas Human Resources Symposium
Thursday, Feb 6, 2020, and Friday, Feb 7, 2020
Norris Conference Center
618 NW Loop 410, San Antonio, TX 78216
Register HERE

From the conference website:

“The South Texas Human Resources Symposium (STXHRS) is the leading educational event for Human Resource Professionals in the Central and South Texas areas. Symposium participants represent the full spectrum of HR disciplines and experience – they work for small organizations and Fortune 100 companies. They represent public, private, and governmental sectors, including for-profit and not-for-profit organizations.”


in HR and Talent Development we have the unique opportunity to affect positive change on behalf of the people and organizations we serve. Our opportunity, however, is also a choice.

If you are in Human Resources or Talent Development and are in the San Antonio area, I hope you’ll choose to join us in February.


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