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LUNCH PROGRAM & WORKSHOP - Don't Let the Gray Hair Fool You, I'm a Millennial
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 Export to Your Calendar 3/20/2020
When: 03/20/2020
11:15 AM to 1:45 PM
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The Grove
10670 Boardwalk Loop
Lakewood Ranch, Florida  34202
United States
Contact: Programs Director


Online registration is available until: 3/18/2020
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2020 March Professional Development Program

Agenda

11:15 - 12:00pm - Registration, Networking and Lunch

12:00 - 12:30pm - SHRA Business and Sponsor Announcements

12:30 - 1:45pm - Presentation, Q&A, Wrap Up

2: 00 - 4:00 pm - Optional 2 hour workshop

Don't Let the Gray Hair Fool You, I'm a Millennial

Presented by Tom Topping

Approved for 1.25 Business Credits for Presentation

Approved for additional 2.00 Business Credits for Workshop

   

 

 Multiple options for participation

March program only  Member $25 / Non Member $40
March program with workshop Member $60 / Non Member $85
March workshop only  Member $40 or Non Member $50

 

Tom Topping is a professional speaker and employee engagement expert with a master’s degree in Human Resources Management. He has spent his career transforming teams and training individuals for some of the largest organizations in the United States. His professional contributions have been described as innovative, unique, pioneering, daring, and out-of-the-box. He has led large-scale pilot programs in performance management, re-envisioned an entire human resources department, and managed the implementation of a $5 million educational grant. His company, Training Perfected, is dedicated to helping organizations and individuals maximize the performance and happiness of their employees.

As a committed member of the business community, Tom currently serves as District Director for HR Florida. He was named the HR Florida Chapter President of the Year for 2017 for his service to SuncoastHR in Pinellas County, Florida. 

An aspect of his background that brings him pride is the 15 years he spent as a consultant for Nike, as the Director/Head Coach of the Nike Team Florida traveling basketball team. Many of his players went on to win high school, state, and national basketball championships, as well as NCAA Division I National Championships and NBA championships. Six Nike Team Florida alumni have been drafted by NBA teams. Over 120 Nike Team Florida alumni received full college basketball scholarships (an estimated value of $15 million dollars.)

According to Tom, “Optimizing staff leadership and team performance at every level of an organization truly excites me. I love developing cutting edge techniques that lead to award-winning approaches in team building.” 

 
Don't Let the Gray Hair Fool You, I'm a Millennial 

Description: HR plays a critical role in increasing an organization's bottom line, while simultaneously impacting its vision, mission, and goals. This program will positively impact those key areas by developing and implementing strategies for recruiting, retaining, and managing a multi-generational workforce that will increase individual and organizational value, with a focus on aligning those responsibilities across all business units. Learners will understand how to leverage those strategies to positively effect different business functions across their organization and enter into critical partnerships with other departments, while focusing on the target of achieving larger organizational goals. This program will help to improve participant's skills in strategic planning that are crucial to capacity building, increasing critical thinking around recruiting, retention, and managing employees, as well as developing overall leadership effectiveness.


Participant Learning Objectives…

Objective 1 – More effectively analyze an organization's recruiting, retention, and management strategies through the objective use of surveys/questions.

Objective 2 – Develop skills for understanding the external and internal factors that are key to attracting talent, retaining top performers throughout the organization, and develop a plan to manage and maximize those skills across multiple business units.

Objective 3 – Develop organizational key performance indicators for recognizing hidden leaders, developing talent, and increasing retention through the use of recruiting, retention, and management strategies. 

 
 

Optional Workshop

Developing Skills for Recruiting, Retaining, and Managing a Multi-Generational Workforce"

2:00 - 4:00 pm

HR plays a critical role in increasing an organization's bottom line, while simultaneously impacting its vision, mission, and goals. This program will positively impact those key areas by developing and implementing recruiting, retention, and management strategies that will increase individual and organizational value, with a focus on aligning those responsibilities across all business units. Learners will understand how to leverage these strategies to positively effect different business functions across their organization and enter into critical partnerships with other departments, while focusing on the target of achieving larger organizational goals. This program will help to improve participant's skills in strategic planning that are crucial to capacity building, increasing critical thinking around performance management, and develop overall leadership effectiveness.

              

Learning Objectives

1.      More effectively analyze an organization's recruiting, retention, and management processes through the objective use of surveys/questions.

2.      Develop skills for understanding the external and internal factors that trigger best practices in recruiting, retaining, and managing employees throughout the organization and develop a plan to manage and maximize those skills.

3.      Understand the latest trends in recruiting, retaining, and managing multi-generational employees and develop the competencies necessary to increase those key areas throughout the organization.

4.       Develop organizational key performance indicators for recognizing hidden leaders, developing talent, and increasing retention through the use of multi-generational management strategies.

   

 
   
   

 

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