Effective HR at Work: Creating a High-Performance Workplace
Deirdre Kamber Todd is the managing Partner of the Kamber Law Group, P.C., a next-generation law-firm located in Allentown, Pennsylvania. With twenty years’ experience, Deirdre’s areas of practice include business law, employment law, healthcare law, and HIPAA. In addition to her legal practice, she has provided training and education for both the general public and special interest organizations. She presents at national, state and local conferences, has taught as an adjunct professor for several colleges, and regularly provides training to private clients. She has provided perspectives and interviews to Bloomberg News, NPR, SHRM, and other publications and has received client and legal awards for her work.
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As Human Resources, we are always balancing a the tightrope between keeping the C-suite happy and effectively working with our employees. It is neither simple nor easy. Our jobs are a lot easier when we work in a culture of highly motivated employees who want to do their best every day. But how to reach that pinnacle? Motivating employees is difficult, but not impossible; using a few tried and true techniques; you CAN have that motivated workplace where employees want to do their work, want to own their product, and want to succeed. If that sounds good to you, or like a pipedream at the end of the rainbow, you need to attend this program.
This program will explore the four pillars of a highly motivated workforce:
- Micro engagement
- Strategic Alignment, and
- Complex Competency
Without each of these pillars, the house falls. We'll be looking at the meaning of each of these topics, necessities for success, and best practices in achieving a workforce that motivates itself.
Course Level - Intermediate
Who Should Attend
- Human Resources
Why Should You Attend
Since 2016, Gallup has reported that only 30% of the American workforce would call themselves “engaged” at work during the past 18 years. That means 70% of your workforce is likely either disengaged or even worse, actively disengaged. A large part of the problem is we are asking employees to do more with less. So how do we inspire a sense of ownership and pride for employees? How do we motivate them to work harder and smarter for the good of the whole without throwing a ton of money out the window?
The good news is there is away. By use of targeted strategic planning, we can turn the boat around. By integrating macro engagement, strategic alignment, micro engagement, and complex competency, we can create a workforce of warriors all contributing to a common goal.