HR May Meeting:Getting Results through Strategy, People and Resources
If HR professionals are not strategic, business intelligent, and more capable than their jobs, HR professionals and businesses will fail to succeed because it’s no longer acceptable to just get the job done or focus only on what is going on today.
Jack Gottlieb, president of Total Solutions Group, will help HR professionals properly invest their time, energy, and money in the people, assets, resources, and strategy that will create the best value. The meeting of Jersey Shore Association for Human Resources (JSAHR) is May 12, 2011, 8:00 to 10:00 a.m., Jumping Brook Country Club, 210 Jumping Brook Road, Neptune, N.J. This meeting has been awarded one strategic credit by the HRCI (Human Resources Certification Institute).
Attendees will leave this meeting with a clear 90-day action plan of how to translate learning into immediate value for their organizations, their careers, and the bottom line.
The registration fee and a full buffet breakfast is $25.00 for JSAHR members; $35.00 for nonmembers; and an additional $5.00 for walk-ins. To register, call Kathi Evans, JSAHRadministrator, at 732-244-8892 or e-mail email@example.com. JSAHR is a Superior Merit Award Chapter of SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management).
About Jack Gottlieb: Jack Gottlieb is president of Total Solutions Group (TSG) Inc., a strategic consulting firm focused on Organizational Development, Strategic Planning, Leadership and Business Growth. Its clients include Microsoft, Comcast, Investors Savings Bank, Peco Energy, and the EPA. Prior to starting TSG, Gottlieb was a strategic consultant with Dale Carnegie Training. Gottlieb is also on the executive board of Collegiate Empowerment, an educational firm committed to driving systemic change for higher education.
Gottlieb holds a B.S. from Kutztown University and is a graduate of the International Kansas School on Effective Negotiating. He is a regular speaker at the Garden State SHRM Conference and New York State SHRM. He lives in Jackson, N.J., with his wife and daughter.