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    January CCHRA Lunch Meeting: Change the Conversation

    Date: January 29, 2016, 11:30am – 1:30pm
    The Whitford Country Club
    600 Whitford Hills Road
    Exton, PA
    $25 Members/ $40 Non-Members/ $15 Student/Intrans
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    Topic: Change the Conversation: Strengths-Focused Leadership Contributes to the Bottom Line with Clare Novak
    Our HR DNA knows that engaged employees choose to commit more time and energy to making the organization thrive. We often wonder why management doesn’t get that. However, when we present the case in language leadership understands, the bottom line, leaders do get it.

    Strengths –focused leadership in organizations leads to greater engagement, productivity and a stronger bottom line as compared to other methods of leading an organization. Documented results of implementing strengths based leadership in an organization  include—7.8% greater productivity from individuals who use their strengths daily and 8.9% greater profitability from teams who receive strengths feedback. (Data from Gallup)

    Working with an organization’s leadership through their lense of productivity and profitability, makes HR a credible business partners and business contributor. Knowing how to make the case for the ROI (return on investment) for Strengths-focused leadership is a win-win-win. Management gets profitability, HR leads the engagement strategy which we know is the right thing and employees have a place they love to work.

    Presenter: Clare Novak is an award winning, international coach, organizational development and capacity building consultant with over 25-years’ experience. She earned her StrengthsFinder® Coaching Certification from Gallup in the fall of 2014. In addition, Clare Novak has addressed five international conferences, including SHRM and World HRD Congress, Mumbai, India and is the author of two books and numerous business articles.

    Ms. Novak has published two books, contributed chapters and authored numerous articles, including three ATD, Association for Talent Development, InfoLines. Her international work included two years in-country in Pakistan, as well as substantive work in Canada, Egypt, Kuwait and Ukraine.

      MEETING APPROVED for 1.25 SHRM PDCs                                 and 1.25 Business HRCI credits.

    Sponsors: Riverside Mortgage Group

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