Date: February 2, 2022
Time: 9:00 am – 11:00 am
Cost: $149 ($126 if registered by 1/19)
John Maxwell is often fond of saying “Leadership is influence. Nothing more, nothing less.” In a world that’s been significantly affected by COVID from a physical, mental and emotional perspective, The Great Resignation as it’s become known, is breaking all kinds of records. People across the US have been quitting their jobs in record numbers with numbers peaking in April but remaining as many as 4 million people each month for several months.
If there’s one thing the pandemic taught us, it’s that people view—and value—their time much differently now than in the past. From large corporations to small mom-and-pop shops, businesses are struggling to find talent that is willing to work—and their operations, profitability and customers are often suffering in the process. Add to that the number of people deciding to simply walk away in order to gain greater clarity over their lives and purpose, and you have the makings for at least part of the formula for the Great Resignation. So how do we stop it—or at least influence it to minimize the affects in our workplaces? This session will
- Look at the root cause to better understand the statistics
- Discuss the critical policies and practices common among workplaces to determine if your company is at risk
- Learn valuable tips to stopping the drain of good talent
About the Presenter: Susan Hileman, Founder, Red Day Communications. Susan has spent more than 25 years serving manufacturing; the last 15 years as a Strategic Business Advisor for the NWIRC. Susan is a graduate of Clarion University with degrees in Business Management and Speech Communication. She is a certified John Maxwell Group Team member and trained in DISC Behavioral Profiling. Susan is a proud veteran of the U.S. Air Force and owner of Red Day Communications providing motivational speaking, consulting and training for business and civic organizations since 2011.
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