January Wednesday in the Park

Wednesday, January 12, 2005

Sponsored by Boardman Law Firm and Manpower

A Gold Mine of Talent - My Organization?
Develop A Learning Organization And Start Mining That Talent!

Registration:
Member Online Registration
Non-Member and Guest Registration
Please indicate January WIP in the subject field

DATE:
Wednesday, January 12, 2005

LOCATION:
Park West II Office Building
University Research Park
Lower Level Meeting Room
440 Science Drive

TIME:
8:30—9:00 Registration
9:00—12:00 Program

A Gold Mine of Talent - My Organization?
Develop A Learning Organization And Start Mining That Talent!

What if You Could Design a Plan That Would . . .
- Create a constant source of skilled, talented, dependable, dedicated employees?
- Put a new organizational development process in place that would benefit both the organization and your employees?
- Resolve your succession issues at every level of the organization?
- Learn how to create a learning organization that continually develops all of your people, all of the time?

This hands-on workshop will find answers to your most pressing employee development needs. By working with both the speakers and your peers, we will discuss . . .
- Your organization's employee development needs
- Barriers to developing your organizations talents
- Facilitation methods to begin developing your organization's hidden talents.
- An action Plan - take back to your office real solutions you can implement immediately.

Bring your most pressing employee development issue and we will spend three hours together designing a plan of action!

Your Presenters:

Sally Anders, RealSolutions
Sally Anders has been developing people for over 15 years. Her work in healthcare and as a government employee, in addition to growing up with five older brothers, a mother who was married seven times, and raising teenagers, taught Sally there is an urgent need for linking the goals of organizational development with the employee's development goals. Her company, RealSolutions, is dedicated to helping organizations attract and retain top performers in a productive, challenging, rewarding and stress-reduced environment that supports constant growth.

Michelle Hauser-Wallace, GCDF, Herzing College
Global Career Development Facilitator and Career Services Director



For more information contact:

GMA SHRM Management Team
2830 Agriculture Dr.
Madison, WI 53718
(608) 204-9814
fax (608) 204-9818
chapteradmin@gmashrm.org

 

Program Schedule subject to change.

 
         
 
 
         
 

Greater Madison Area SHRM, Inc.
2830 Agriculture Dr.
Madison, WI 53718
(608) 204-9814
fax (608) 204-9818
chapteradmin@gmashrm.org

 
         
 
 
 

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