Wednesday, October 24, 2018: Maximize Balance – Avoid Burnout with Beth Terry, CSP What is your sanity worth to you? Are you sacrificing sleep and health to “get ahead?” What good is getting ahead if you aren’t healthy enough to enjoy it? It’s time to get yourself back into balance! Join us and let’s talk about working smarter and avoiding burning yourself out. No matter how much you think you are a Super Hero, you still need to take care of mind, body, and spirit. This dynamic, entertaining, practical, no-holds barred presentation will help you take control of your own life and keep yourself in balance. We’ll talk about some of the physiological aspects of stress and give you five strategies to keep your wits about you while you climb that ladder of success. Beth Terry is a longtime Hawaii resident who is now temporarily an expat on the mainland. She has trained more than 150,000 people in Hawaii, including the military, local government, banks, associations, visitor industry companies, and more. She was the National Manager of Administration for The Shidler Group’s 18 offices prior to forming her company, Pacific Rim Seminars, right here in Hawaii. She is the author of numerous books and two blogs. Find out more about Beth at BethTerry.com.
- ARMA Hawai`i Chapter Presents: Meet & GreetARMA Hawaii is now accepting scholarship applications. The scholarship provides membership to join ARMA International and ARMA Hawaii Chapter.
- ARMA Hawai`i Chapter Presents: MISSING “BYTES”: THE CRITICAL ROLE OF INFORMATION GOVERNANCE IN THE SDLC PROCESSTo effectively manage information throughout its lifecycle, you need to understand and make informed decisions about the systems and applications that touch or through which information will pass throughout its life. In this session, we will introduce the fundamentals of the SDLC process, discuss why organizations should have one; and identify specific steps in the process where IG input is critical.
- ARMA Hawai`i Chapter Presents: APPLYING DATA RETENTION TO INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND HOW THIS IS IMPACTED BY PRIVACYMany organizations face challenges when applying data retention rules to their structured information systems. Some of these challenges include mapping and translating the retention schedules to the systems and then applying these rules to the data that makes up the record.