Human Resource Management Association
December LCHRMA Event
2014 is right around the corner – Are you ready to meet your employee development needs? Even though we may know what our business priorities are for the coming year, there may still be a gap between the business needs and how to get them met through the efforts of our employees. When there is a skill gap, how do you bridge it? When there is conflict between employees, how will you address it? When you have a team that is struggling to meet their goals, how can you help them?
John Anglim will share some helpful tips and solutions for meeting your employee development needs when you have limited budgets or staff resources. Topic areas include: Coaching, Mentoring, Conflict Resolution, Performance Management, Leadership Development, and Training and Development Resources.
John is the Founder of True North Learning and Development and has been a trainer and educator for more than 18 years. He is sought out by his clients for his ability to make the learning environment both safe and productive for all participating. John’s areas of expertise include coaching, facilitation, team building, program assessment and design, and organizational development. His candid approach and ability to provide feedback that is both direct and respectful have been noted as his greatest strengths as a facilitator and coach. John has trained leaders at companies including Insitu (Boeing), Microsoft, Philips Healthcare, Precor Fitness, Criterion Brock, Glumac Architects, Clark Community College and Lane Community College. Meeting Specifics:
The meeting will be held on Wednesday, December 4, 2013, at Baked Alaska Restaurant, One 12th Street in Astoria, from 11:30am to 1:00pm. Anyone with an interest in the topic is welcome to attend. Register online at www.lchrma.org by November 29. The cost, including lunch, is $15 for SHRM members, $20 for non-members. One hour of HRCI credit for this event is currently pending. For any questions, email Stacey Brown at email@example.com.
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