Dec. 9 Online or In-person HR Meeting
What are the traits of agile organizations and how can leaders cultivate a culture to survive and thrive in a dynamically changing world? As businesses prepare to exit the pandemic and meet the challenges of attracting and retaining a labor force for the coming year, organizations will need to become more adaptive to change and uncertainty.
Attend either the in-person meeting of Jersey Shore Association for Human Resources (JSAHR), at Jumping Brook Country Club, 210 Jumping Brook Road, Neptune, N.J., open to the public, or a virtual meeting on Thursday, December 9, 2021, from 8:30 to 10:00 a.m. to explore how can leaders support a new mindset of innovation and make it safe for workers to thrive through change.
Richard D. (“Rick”) Maher, a recognized leader in the fields of managing organizational change and strategic management, will present the Organizational Change Model that includes the traits and skills organizations need for a winning culture at work. He will present the factors that shape worker resistance to change and stifle innovation; help attendees develop skills to lead themselves and others through changing environments; and explain ways to privately assess one’s own individual strengths and identify opportunities for personal professional development, among other timely information.
Register at htpp://jsahr.shrm.org/events or email@example.com. Log in details will be sent to registrants. The virtual fees are $10.00 for members; $20.00 for non-members; and free for students and those In-Transition. Send fees prior to meeting to JSAHR, P.O. Box 987, Brick, NJ 08723.
The in-person fees are $30.00 for members; $40.00 for non-members; $25 for those in-transition and guests; $10 for students with valid ID; $10 additional fee for walk-ins.
This program is pending 1.0 SHRM PDC (Human Resource Certification Institute) and HRCI (Human Resource Certification Institute) recertification credit. JSAHR is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits.
About Richard Maher: Richard Maher, whose career spans nearly 30 years, has consulted on talent development issues with some of the world’s largest enterprises, including U.S. Department of Labor, Goldman Sachs, Time Warner, Schering-Plough, AOL, TD Ameritrade, Cox Communications, and more. He has been the keynote speaker at numerous conferences in the U.S. and abroad that includes his presentation to leaders from three continents and 12 countries at St. George’s College at Windsor Castle, England, discussing talent as the new global currency.