Upcoming Events for GVFHRA
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Monday, January 05, 2015 | GVFHRA Transitions & Networking Group
Tuesday, January 20, 2015 | Leadership Simulation as a Development Strategy to Drive Operational Excellence, Engagement and Culture Change
Tuesday, April 21, 2015 | Minimize the Drama: How Effective HR Leaders Manage Conflict
Thursday, May 21, 2015 | 2015 HR Person Awards Dinner

Monday, January 05, 2015 5:30 pm to 7 pm
GVFHRA Transitions & Networking Group
Explore Emotional Intelligence Strategies That Can Maximize Your Career Transition Process
Speaker(s): Pat DeAngelis, President of DeAngelis Leadership Consulting, LLC

January 5th GVFHRA Transitions and Career Management Group Networking Meeting
5:30 PM to 7:30 PM

TOPIC: Explore emotional intelligence strategies that can maximize your career transition process….whether in transition or preparing to explore opportunities in the market

This is an opportunity to start off 2015 with confidence and a clear strategy on how to take your next career step. We will explore the concept of emotional intelligence and why it is a key predictor of job performance and organizational success. Participants will explore emotional intelligence strategies that can maximize their career transition process.

This interactive session will help participants gain knowledge in:

  • Emotional Intelligence

  • Why employers are looking for emotionally intelligent leaders

  • Steps to improve emotional intelligence

  • How to use core values in making critical career decisions

  • How to maximize emotional intelligence during the career transition process

Speaker:  Pat DeAngelis,  President of DeAngelis Leadership Consulting, LLC
www.linkedin.com/pub/patricia-deangelis/16/b32/a64

Pat DeAngelis is a dynamic Executive Coach and Leadership Development Consultant. She leverages her extensive experience as a CEO and organizational strategist to help leaders enhance their performance and transform their organizations. 

Prior to becoming an Executive Coach and Leadership Development Consultant, Pat spent the bulk of her career in executive leadership roles where she honed her skills in mobilizing individuals and organizations to respond to complex challenges in ever-changing markets.  She is known as an ethical, trustworthy leader dedicated to achieving results through personal effectiveness and credibility with others.

Location:

CCI Consulting Corporate Office

Arborcrest Corporate Campus

Hillcrest II

721 Arbor Way, Suite 180

Blue Bell, PA 19422

Cost: Free

Time: 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM
Convenient On-site Parking


Directions provided on website.  Please be advised – you should use Google Maps NOT GPS.

(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.)


Register on-line at www.gvfhra.

Host-Susan McDonald
Vice President, Human Capital Management Consulting
CCI Consulting
http://www.cciconsulting.com/susan-mcdonald/




 


 




 


 


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

Tuesday, January 20, 2015 5:30 PM
Leadership Simulation as a Development Strategy to Drive Operational Excellence, Engagement and Culture Change
Approved for 1.25 Business HRCI Credits/ SHRM Credits Pending
Speaker(s): Charlene Troncelliti, SPHR and Thomas Fehlman

Leadership Simulation as a Development Strategy to Drive Operational Excellence, Engagement and Culture Change
Approved for 1.25 Business HRCI Credits/ SHRM Credits  Pending
Tuesday, January 20th
Crowne Plaza, King of Prussia
5:30 PM


Siemens Health Services Human Resources and Bottom Line, Inc. CEO will present a business case for implementing a leadership development strategy in the dynamically changing health care environment.

Participants will walk away with knowledge of leadership simulation as a best practice development strategy including a practical approach to:

  • Gain buy-in from the business in developing leaders in a changing environment.

  • Engage leadership at all levels in the coaching and development process of leaders

  • Create shared ownership for the development of leaders



  • Become the change you want to see in the culture by partnering with the business in demonstrating the competencies of collaboration and innovation in your


    Speakers:

    Thomas Fehlman, CEO of Bottom Line, Inc. Originally from Canada, Tom served his adopted country in the United States Air Force during the Vietnam War era. During the past forty years, Tom has held various positions ranging from a floor supervisor in a cotton mill to Director of Training and Development for a large Employer Development Association. He founded his current management development company, Bottom Line, Inc. in 1987. His client list includes Fortune 100 companies such as Siemens and Westinghouse, as well as large federal agencies such as the Departments of Defense and Energy, and state agencies such as the Arizona Game and Fish and Florida Department of Corrections. He is also a presenter for professional organizations such as the Institute for International Research and International Wildlife Managers Association.

    He recently published his first leadership book “Low Hanging Fruit and Highly Placed Vegetables”, and is working on his second book “We’re Surrounded by Individual Contributors”. His training and writing focuses on the significant differences between the Management of Task and the Leadership of Behavior.



    Charlene Troncelliti, SPHR is a senior HR executive with over twenty years of experience in the full spectrum of human resources.  Throughout her career she provided HR leadership to Fortune 500 and private companies in health care and service industries.  Clients included leadership teams including C-Suite executives for Siemens Health Services, Quest Diagnostics, Colorcon, division of Berwind Pharmaceutical Services, SmithKline and Automatic Data Processing (ADP).  She has a master’s degree in Organizational Dynamics from the University of Pennsylvania and is certified in DDI; MBTI; Lominger Competencies and Six Sigma Green Belt. She is an adjunct professor for LaSalle University.








 

Online Payment Pricing
GVFHRA members $30.00
Non Members $40.00
Student Pricing $10.00

Reserve Only Pricing
GVFHRA members $35.00
Non Members $45.00

Location
Crowne Plaza Valley Forge
King of Prussia PA 19406
Door to door directions

Tuesday, April 21, 2015 5:30 PM
Minimize the Drama: How Effective HR Leaders Manage Conflict
HRCI/SHRM Credits Pending
Speaker(s): Liz Weber, CMC, CSP

Minimize the Drama: How Effective HR Leaders Manage Conflict
April 21 Dinner
Crowne Plaza-King of Prussia
5:30 PM

Would it help you if your supervisors and managers addressed employee issues with less drama and emotion?
Would it make your life easier if your supervisors and managers addressed inappropriate employee behaviors right away?
Would you have more time to do real work if others could simply do the jobs they're being paid to do?
If you answered yes to just ONE of those questions, this presentation is for you! 

Liz Weber, (aka - The Dragon Lady of Leadership Accountability®) will share her techniques for teaching managers and supervisors how to deal with difficult behaviors, conflicts and situations, while leading their teams forward...together.

In this session, you will learn to: - Analyze your behavior during conflicts to determine how Passive, Assertive, Aggressive, and Passive-Aggressive behaviors impact teams - Identify your dominant conflict management style and assess its impact on your HR team, as well as other managers and employees throughout the organization - Hold HR team members accountable to do the jobs they're being paid to do - without the drama.

Liz Weber’s bio:

A sought-after consultant, speaker, and seminar presenter, Liz is known for her candor, insights, and her ability to make the complexities of leadership E.A.S.Y.  She creates clarity for her audiences during her results-oriented presentations and training sessions.  Participants walk away from her sessions knowing how to implement the ideas she’s shared not just once, but repeatedly to ensure continuous leadership growth and development.


Known as The Dragon Lady of Leadership Accountability®, Liz has been there, done it, and learned from it.  As a result, whether she's speaking to corporate executives or association professionals, Liz’s comments and insights on leadership and leadership accountability ring true. 

As the CEO of Weber Business Services, LLC, a management consulting, training, and speaking firm headquartered near Harrisburg, PA, Liz and her team of consultants provide strategic and succession planning, executive coaching, and comprehensive leadership development training and products to business owners, executive teams, and leaders.

Liz is one of only 13 people in the U.S. to hold both the Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) and Certified Management Consultant (CMC) designations; the highest earned designations in two different professions.  She also holds an MBA in International Business, and serves as a national board member and the Strategic Planning Chair for The National Speakers Association.

Liz has supervised business activities in 139 countries and has consulted with organizations in over 20 countries. She has designed and facilitated conferences from Bangkok to Bonn and Tokyo to Tunis.  Liz has taught for the Johns Hopkins University’s Graduate School of Continuing Studies, as well as the Georgetown University’s Senior Executive Leadership Program.

 






 

Online Payment Pricing
GVFHRA members $30.00
Non Members $40.00
Student Pricing $10.00

Reserve Only Pricing
GVFHRA members $35.00
Non Members $45.00

Location
Crowne Plaza Valley Forge
King of Prussia PA 19406
Door to door directions

Thursday, May 21, 2015 5:30 PM to 9:00 PM
2015 HR Person Awards Dinner

About the Award:

The Delaware Valley HR Person of the Year Award was developed in 2001 to celebrate the Human Resources industry and to recognize those in the HR profession who exemplify outstanding achievement within our local human resources community. Help us celebrate our 15th year by attending the event that honors HR professionals and gives back to the Delaware Valley community. Regionally, we have approximately 5,000 HR professionals. Could you or someone you know be the next HR Person of the Year? Visit the website to nominate an individual who exemplifies outstanding achievements within the local HR community for one of the following awards: HR Person of the Year, HR Consultant of the Year, HR Rising Start of the Year. To learn more, visit our website www.HRPersonAward.org


 

The Delaware Valley HR Person of the Year Award is a joint effort between HR Association of Southern New Jersey, Chester County Human Resource Association, Delaware County SHRM, Delaware SHRM, Greater Valley Forge HR Association, Philadelphia SHRM, Tri-State HR Management Association chapters of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).

Awards are given in the following categories:

•HR Person of the Year with 1-500 employees

•HR Person of the Year with 501-2,000 employees

•HR Person of the Year with 2,001 or more employees

•HR Consultant of the Year

•HR Rising Star of the Year

Honoring Human Resource Professionals in the Delaware Valley for 15 Years!

 


Register on line at www.hrpersonaward.org

 

This event requires registration on a linked page. Please click the button below to go to there and register.





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