"#peoplecentered #performance - A Hashtag Does Not Make It So"
presented by: Scott Patchin, The trU Group
Great conversations start with a question. Unfortunately, as the future pulls us towards faster change and unlimited amounts of information, it is harder for leaders to have the conversations that lead to the relationships that drive a great culture and great performance. Plan to explore WHY this happens (and yes – it was already happening BG – Before Google), and expect to be equipped with the WHAT you can do as a leader to build a future where people-centered and performance become your hashtags.
Upon completion of the webinar, HR professionals will learn to:
- Identify 3 key trends getting in the way of leaders having effective conversations;
- Explore the 10 things that get in the way of effective People-Centered Leadership; and
- Review two tools any leader can use to become more effective at the conversations that will lead to higher performance.
HRCI - Approved for 1.0 General Credit
SHRM - Pre-approved for 1.0 Credit.
Complimentary for Detroit SHRM Members
$25 for Non-Members of Detroit SHRM
Cancellations must be received in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org by October 13th. Refunds for non-members cannot be issued for cancellations received after this date; however, substitutions for another person to attend in your place are gladly accepted.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Scott Patchin has a core belief that managing transitions is the key to success. For individuals, leaders, teams, and organizations, transitions contain great opportunities and great risks. His coaching and leadership development work focuses on maximizing the opportunities and minimizing the risk. He brings to these conversations personal experience in a wide variety of professional and organizational transitions. He has held executive level human resource positions and works in the manufacturing, mortgage/banking, and healthcare industries.
Scott recently published his second book titled People-Centered Performance as a lens for leaders to see opportunities to become more effective at unleashing their leadership capacity. He brings the energy of a key note speaker and over a decade of practical experience coaching individuals to a higher level of performance. Expect to leave with tools and knowledge you can use now.
Scott has a BSBA from Michigan Tech University, an MBA from The University of Illinois at Chicago, and has completed the Strategic Leadership Series at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. As a consultant, he has experience working with leaders from a variety of industries, including: local government, IT services, education, healthcare, manufacturing, insurance, banking, not-for-profit, and construction.