Hawaiian Values at Work

  • Friday, January 12, 2018
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • HawaiiUSA FCU: Community Room 1
  • 10

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About this Event:

Our ATD Hawaii theme for 2018 is ‘Our Learning Voyage.’ As we begin our journey together we thought it fitting to start off the year with rediscovering Hawaii’s cultural roots and discussing ways to integrate these values into our everyday professional and personal relationships. We invite you to join us!

Hawaiian values provide a strong foundation from which to create a working environment of unity, growth and productivity. This presentation is intended to help build shared values that encourage a cohesive work unit and vibrant business. Similar values exist in all cultures but how they are understood and lived in Hawaii is unique to this special place. Experience and explore how these values are transferred from our ancestral knowledge and from each of our unique cultural upbringings. Grasp how these values are expressed and applied in both our home life and work environment. This presentation includes a hands-on activity to apply Hawaiian values to your work and life.


Who Should Attend:

  • Training and Development professionals
  • Human Resources professionals
  • Managers
  • Formal and informal leaders
  • Anyone who wants to improve their EQ (emotional intelligence)
  • All who would like to utilize Hawaiian Values in the workplace, home, and in our community.

After this session you will be able to:

  • Identify the Hawaiian values that resonate with your current life and work environments.
  • Apply Hawaiian values to specific situations in training and development, and in leadership. 
  • Recognize the values of others and integrate their values to operate as high performing teams.
  • Use the handout and experience to facilitate a Hawaiian Values activity for your employees.

 

NO REFUNDS for cancellation unless requested by January 5, 2018.

NO REFUNDS for no-shows

 

 

Schedule:

11:15am:              Registration/Networking

11:30am:              Event begins

12:45pm:              Closing remarks

1:00pm:                Event ends

 

 

About the Presenter:

 

Hi'ilani Shibata

 

Hi’ilani Shibata is the Lead Cultural Trainer for the Native Hawaiian Hospitality Association, whose mission is to promote Hawaiian culture, values, and traditions in the workplace through consultation and education. She was the Bishop Museum Education Operations Manager for 11 years, responsible for overseeing all Education Department programs, including all tours of the facility. She speaks regularly for industry, professional, and community groups.

 

Costs:

Members: Free

Non-Members: $10 paid at time of registration 

 

 

AOE (Areas of Expertise): 

Performance Improvement

 

Event Location:

HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union

HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union located at:

Community Room 1st Floor

1259 Aala Street (entrance on A’ala Street between Vineyard and Beretania)

Honolulu, HI 96817

 

Parking:

HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union

HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union (no validation).

Parking costs $3 flat rate, limited parking available at HawaiiUSA FCU.

Parking fee will be collected at time of exit.

Very limited parking spaces available in the HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union garage levels 1A and 2A, therefore, we recommend carpooling to save on parking charges and for ease of finding a parking spot.

Please do not park on level 1B.

 

Alternate Parking: 

Metered street parking

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