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Monday, September 12, 2016 | GVFHRA Career Management & HR Transition Group Meeting
Tuesday, September 20, 2016 | Motivational Leadership

Monday, September 12, 2016 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm
GVFHRA Career Management & HR Transition Group Meeting
NO August Meeting-See You In September!

GVFHRA Career Management & Transition Group Meeting

Please register in advance at: www.gvfhra.org

Date: Monday, September 12th
Time:
5:30 to 7:15 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. Attendees are always encouraged to bring along a guest.

(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

Tuesday, September 20, 2016 5:30 PM
Motivational Leadership
Approved for SHRM-PDC's. HRCI Credits Pending


Motivational Leadership

Tuesday, September 20th

Crowne Plaza, King of Prussia

5:30 PM

Leadership – Drives business results by aligning the vision, mission and values to enhance business value.  A leader is able to enlist the willing cooperation of others, while tapping into their highest skills and desired results.

Influence – Consistently directs situations and inspires people for an all-win environment.

Teamwork – Organizes work tasks, people, and resources to deliver most effectively on organizational goals.

This intensive session will examine how leaders can foster an environment where motivation flourishes and people are encouraged to grow and do their best.  It will address managing the process for aligning human capital with organizational goals.  We will review the philosophies of workplace motivation developed by four prominent 20th century theorists and demonstrate how Dale Carnegie’s famous principles both precede and enhance these theories of workplace motivation.

It has been said that only we can motivate ourselves.  In other words, each individual is responsible for maintaining their own energy, drive, and consistent productivity.  While most of us see that this is clearly true to a large extent, it is still the responsibility of leaders to create a work environment where this is encouraged to happen.

Some leaders are responsible for work environments characterized by a lack of confidence, direction, enthusiasm, and creativity.  Motivation and teamwork are minimal, both at the individual and team levels. 

Other leaders excel at creating an organizational environment where their teams feel motivated to achieve ever higher levels of performance and success.  Team members are energized by their careers and the work they perform.  Teams work collaboratively and creatively to achieve organizational goals. 

Attendees of this presentation will learn to:

1.      Recognize the leader’s role as a motivator

2.      Develop greater awareness of ways people lose motivation

3.      Recognize four classic theories of workplace organization

Following the presentation, attendees will be able to:

1.      Develop greater awareness of the needs that drive people

2.      Recognize the relationship between expectations and motivation

3.      Align individual motivations with organizational goals

Speaker:

Amy Markwood joined Dale Carnegie organization in February of 1999 and has been a certified, multi-course trainer for more than 12 years.  Throughout her career, Amy has delivered training programs for companies such as Boeing, Arbitron, Convergys-AT&T, Pfizer, Marriot, Home Depot, Bristol-Myers Squibb, State of Florida, Office Depot, Ritz Carlton, and many others.  Amy currently works as a Performance Consultant and Trainer with Dale Carnegie Training of Southeastern PA.  She partners with high level leaders to strategize on their organizational development plans in areas such as leadership development, succession planning, and employee engagement.  She specializes in the business development, design, and delivery of customized corporate solutions for King of Prussia and Main Line businesses.  She is a member of the Main Line Chamber of Commerce and the Society of Professional Women (SPW).

Amy holds a Master’s degree in Education from the State University of New York at Albany.  She is certified in Instructional Systems Design, and has nearly twenty years’ experience in the field of professional development.  She has a strong background in Sales, having had successful roles in Manhattan real estate, executive search, and law firm mergers and acquisitions.


 


Normandy Farm Hotel and Conference Center

Online Payment Pricing
GVFHRA members $30.00
Non Members $40.00
Student Pricing $20.00

Reserve Only Pricing
GVFHRA members $35.00
Non Members $45.00
Location
Crowne Plaza
King of Prussia PA 19406
Door to door directions





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