Upcoming Events for GVFHRA
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Monday, June 04, 2018 | GVFHRA Career Management & HR Transition Group Meeting
Thursday, June 07, 2018 | Building a Leadership Pipeline
Tuesday, June 19, 2018 | Code Blue: How to Resuscitate Your Multigenerational Workforce

Monday, June 04, 2018 5:30 PM-7:00 PM
GVFHRA Career Management & HR Transition Group Meeting

GVFHRA Career Management & Transition Group Meeting

Please register in advance at: www.gvfhra.org


Date: Monday, June 4, 2018 
Time: 
5:30 to 7:00 PM
Location: 
CCI Consulting Corporate Office
Arborcrest Corporate Campus
Hillcrest II
721 Arbor Way, Suite 180
Blue Bell, PA 19422

Cost: no charge

Who is invited to attend: active GVFHRA chapter members in-transition or preparing to explore the labor market.  Prospective chapter members are also invited to attend these meetings.

(Please note GPS does not register this address; Google Maps does.  This Corporate Campus entrance is at intersection of Township Line Rd and Union Meeting Rd in Blue Bell ¨C just a couple blocks from Blue Bell Post Office.)


 

Location
CCI Consulting Corporate Office
Blue Bell PA 19422
Door to door directions

Thursday, June 07, 2018 7:30 AM
Building a Leadership Pipeline
Approved for 1.25 SHRM PDC's and HRCI Business Credits
Speaker(s): Mary Imbornone, M.Ed. National Director of Learning & Organizational Development,Sarah Ellen Lenahan

Building a Leadership Pipeline
Thursday, June 7th
7:30 AM Registration and Breakfast-8:00 Program Starts

First, we plan to share a little background about the drivers that motivated us to invest in leadership development including vision of the President, the board, and rapidly changing demographics including an aging leadership group.  We’ll engage participants in a group discussion:  where they would look first to identify organizational needs and essential leadership competencies. We’ll share Devereux’s process; engaging the president, senior leaders and the board plus the CCL inventory.  Next, we’ll describe how we started with very basic structure, then present our model today, more closely aligned with researched best practices.  We’ll distribute a check-list on essential elements for successful leadership development programs such as top leadership support, integrated succession planning,   knowledgeable change agents. Devereux examples will be shared.

 Afterwards, we’ll lead a quick self-reflection writing exercise to help participants recognize some of the ways leaders can grow professionally outside of a classroom.  We’ll also share Optimizing Your Experience, an element of the initial coaching provided to our developing leaders.   We’ll provide examples of development strategies in use at Devereux including collaborative learning sessions, webinars, conference experiences, coaching and  stretch assignments. Participants will be invited to share other strategies they may be using for their leadership development efforts.  We’ll conduct a brief audience poll on how they might measure leadership growth & success plus share Devereux’s approach to measuring outcomes including goal tracking, rater feedback, stats on actual promotions.  Finally, we will provide a short list of resources, adding to it with recommendations from the audience. 

Speakers:

Sarah Ellen Lenahan, Ed. D.  is currently a part-time Organizational Development Practitioner after serving as Vice President of Operations and Organizational Development for Devereux for the past 16 years. From 1991 to 2000, she was Vice President for Devereux’s Operations in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut and Massachusetts.  From 1984 - 1991, she served as Vice President for Human Resources.

Dr. Lenahan earned a Bachelor of Science Degree from Misericordia University, a Masters from West Chester University, and an Ed.D. from Temple University.  She holds certifications for superintendent, secondary principal and special education teacher and is a certified facilitator with the Center for Creative Leadership

 

Mary Imbornone, M.Ed.  has been the National Director of Learning & Organizational Development at Devereux for more than twenty years. She served in a variety of management roles at Devereux Massachusetts from 1984 to 1997, including the Learning & CQI manager for that operation.  Prior to 1984, Mary served in clinical and programmatic roles with the Massachusetts Department of Mental Retardation and the Massachusetts Bureau of Institutional Schools.
Mary earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology at the University of Massachusetts and a Masters of Education degree from Cambridge College.  She holds advanced certifications from Boston University in Quality Improvement and is a certified DISC facilitator as well as a certified facilitator with the Center for Creative Leadership. 

 


 


Becker

West Chester University

Online Payment Pricing
GVFHRA members $30.00
Non Members $50.00
Student Pricing $20.00

Reserve Only Pricing
GVFHRA members $35.00
Non Members $55.00
Location
Crowne Plaza
King of Prussia PA 19406
Door to door directions

Tuesday, June 19, 2018 5:30 PM
Code Blue: How to Resuscitate Your Multigenerational Workforce
Approved for 1.25 SHRM PDC's and HRCI Credits
Speaker(s): Krishna Powell

Code Blue: How to Resuscitate Your Multigenerational Workforce
June 19 Dinner
Crowne Plaza-5:30 PM

For the first time in history, there are 5 Generations in today’s workforce.   To achieve optimum success, HR Leaders must understand the different generations. 

Workforce planning and leadership development is imperative to any HR professional and organization’s success. This workshop shows leaders the impact a multi-generational workforce has on their business today and tomorrow as well as how to overcome the challenges of managing such a diverse group of employees.
Often times HR Leaders are the emergency responders charged with resuscitating their workforce.  Their executive team is calling code BLUE as they watch employees and profits dwindle away. This workshop will show HR Leaders how to breathe new life into their organization while simultaneously improving their bottom line. 

What will participates take away from this session:

1-The Do's and Don'ts of Managing a Diverse Workforce
 
2-Discuss the Challenges and Benefits of Managing A Multi-Generational Workforce

 3- Steps to Resuscitating Your Workforce
 

Speaker:  Krishna Powell is a leading subject matter expert on Managing a Multi-Generational workforce and restoring sanity to the workplace.  Krishna has worked extensively with leaders and their employees in universities, corporations and various job placement and career development programs.  Over her 20-year career, she has traveled the world extensively managing the HR/Talent Management function in various Fortune 500 companies throughout the United States, France, China and Singapore.  


 


Mosteller & Associates

Armstrong, Doyle, & Carroll Inc.

Online Payment Pricing
GVFHRA members $30.00
Non Members $50.00
Student Pricing $20.00

Reserve Only Pricing
GVFHRA members $35.00
Non Members $55.00
Location
Crowne Plaza
King of Prussia PA 19406
Door to door directions





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