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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Apr 10, 2013-
Apr 10, 2013
07:30AM - 09:30AM
Designing Strategic Initiatives
Examine the new rules of engagement and discover how designing strategic initiatives will create a one-of-a-kind organizational culture.
Marin,
Guide Dogs for the Blind, 350 Los Ranchitos Road,
Event Description

 1.5 Strategic/General Recertification Credits

 
To serve as a critical business partner to organizational leadership, HR must focus on strategic organizational development, including three major areas of influence: examining executive motives, cultural assessment and designing engaging employee programs.
 
Find out how HR is quickly becoming a priority, and perform a cultural assessment by diagnosing the following areas:
 
*Existing employee programs
*Core values in the workplace
*Departmental objectives
*Organizational trends
 
Finally, examine the new rules of engagement and discover how designing strategic initiatives will create a one-of-a-kind organizational culture.
 
About the Presenter
David Kovacovich presented "Cultivating Employee Engagement" to NCHRA in 2012 and is back to empower HR business partners for another year. He works as a Business Development Director at BI Worldwide assisting the Fortune 500 in engaging their employees, customers and channel partners.
Find out more about David @ www.linkedin.com/in/davidkovacovich
Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Denise Granados     Email: dgranados@nchra.org
Phone: 415-291-1992

 

 

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