"Every employee needs motivation for performance management to be successful. Employees must take some responsibility in motivating themselves. Management must help motivate and develop employees. However, both managers and employees must take and own the actions for success to occur.
In addition to stimulating motivation, performance management is important because it highlights: training needs, boosts morale, helps with identifying the right employees for promotion, helps define career paths, supports workforce planning, increases employee retention, delivers greater employee autonomy, and improves accountability.
Using my original platform: Demand Excellence in Everything You Do: Your D.E.E.D. to Success. I will share with participants how to D.esign - E.ducate - E.xecute - D.ocument strategies for effective performance management. The D.E.E.D. gets to the heart of goals. Also, it lays the groundwork for increasing personal development in individuals and offers a laser-focused approach to engagement and culture for organizations. The word DEED has two primary meanings: (1) Own and (2) Action. Teaching leaders how to create an environment that is conducive to individual success will reduce turnover and improve the bottom line for the organization."
Dr. Stephanie Ferguson - Director, Career & Technical Education - Belton Independent School District
Dr. Russell Porterfield - Principal, KISD Career Center - Killeen Independent School District
Denise Ayres - Director, Career & Technical Education - Temple Independent School District
This session will start with an overview of the economic, demographic, and social evolutions that are impacting our hiring practices. It will provide participants with labor market data to have a better understanding of our local talent. It will provide opportunities to interact directly with our local Career & Technical Education Directors from our school districts, as well as colleges and universities in Central Texas.
It will answer:
Talent & Potential.
Leaders have it, organizations have it, you have it. What if you utilized and realized more of it? How would that impact everything?
The answer: immensely!
Higher productivity, lower attrition, greater engagement, and unlimited possibility! So, how do we do it?
Incorporating themes from his first book, Acoustic Leadership: Develop A Leadership Culture That Resonates, and based on the research for his forthcoming publication, Unlock & Amplify is brought to life with a combination of energy, interactivity, fun, and his signature presentation style (and guitar).
Rick brings his clever insights and actionable strategies to tap into that wealth of
potential and transform your organization and your people.
Introducing his proprietary RIFF ModelTM, you’ll learn how to:
With solutions in hand, you’ll help create an environment where opportunity abounds, talent thrives, and potential is realized!"
Mediation is one of several dispute resolution techniques available to help groups and individual resolve conflict. HR professionals are usually the first point of contact whenever a workplace dispute arises. Therefore, they play a substantial role in assisting to achieve resolution in workplace disputes. It is important for HR professionals to understand how and when workplace mediation can or should be used.
Mike Coffey, President of Imperative Information Group
Many business leaders create annual, 3-year, 5-year and even 10-year plans for their organizations only to make excuses later for why they didn’t achieve what they hoped. In this presentation, entrepreneur Mike Coffey, SPHR will discuss the reasons many businesses’ strategies fail and demonstrate simple tools to keep your business focused and on track.
Key steps leaders must take in order to effect change in their organization.
Mike Coffey is an entrepreneur, human resources professional, licensed private investigator, and HR consultant. He’s also a little nutty about quality and customer service. In 1999, he created Imperative to bring high quality, high tech, and high touch to the employment background screening market. Today, Imperative serves hundreds of businesses across the US and, through its PFC Caregiver Screening brand, many more private estates, family offices, and personal service agencies. Mike has been recognized as an Entrepreneur of Excellence and has twice been named HR Professional of the Year. Additionally, Imperative is included in the prestigious Best Places to Work lists for both Fort Worth and Texas and was named the Texas state chamber of commerce’s small business of the year. In 2021, Mike serves as an officer of both the Texas Association of Business, the state chamber of commerce, and Texas SHRM, the state HR association. He also mentors emerging entrepreneurs through EO Fort Worth. Mike maintains his certification as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) through the HR Certification Institute. He is also a SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP). Mike lives in Fort Worth with his very patient wife and they are one high-school graduation or juvenile court sentencing away from being empty nesters. He practices yoga and maintains a keto diet, about both of which he will gladly tell you way more than you want to know.
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Nicole LaFave, Attorney with Littler Law Firm