Managing Performance in Ambiguous and Uncertain Times – Dec. JSAHR Meeting
To ensure the success of any corporate initiative, executives have to stop “mandating” employee participation and start “inviting” it. To encourage committed workers, employers will need to reconsider the way they manage performance.
Kenny Moore, an executive coach, business consultant, and president of Kenny Moore Consulting, LLC is presenting “Managing Performance in Ambiguous and Uncertain Times” on Thursday, December 8, 2011, at the monthly meeting of The Jersey Shore Association for Human Resources (JSAHR), a Superior Merit Award Chapter of SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management), 8:00 to 10:00 a.m., Jumping Brook Country Club, 210 Jumping Brook Road, Neptune, N.J.
This session will focus on the business theory of performance management and provide practical examples of how HR professionals can assist senior management in understanding and applying these principles.
The registration fee and a full buffet breakfast is $25.00 for JSAHRmembers; $35.00 for nonmembers; and an additional $5.00 for walk-ins. To register, call Kathi Evans, JSAHR administrator, at 732-244-8892 or e-mail email@example.com.
Attendees are encouraged to bring prizes, such as baskets, for the annual holiday business card and gift raffle. In addition, JSAHR is accepting nonperishable food items to be donated to the FoodBank of Monmouth and Ocean counties.
About Kenny Moore(www.kennythemonk.com), the president of Kenny Moore Consulting, LLC, is a well-regarded keynote speaker, executive coach and business consultant for Leadership Development, Change Management and Employee Engagement. Moore is co-author of The CEO and the Monk: One Company’s Journey to Profit and Purpose (John Wiley and Sons), rated as one of the top-ten best selling business books on Amazon.com.
He’s been profiled by Charles Osgood as the “Cover Story” on CBS News Sunday Morning, written up by business-guru Tom Peters, profiled in Fast Company Magazine, interviewed on New York City’s The Bloomberg Money Show: Bloomberg Radio and cited in The Wall Street Journal, The Boston Globe, National Catholic Reporter and numerous other business and religious publications regarding his timely message.
Prior to coming to corporate life, Moore spent 15 years in a monastic community as a Catholic priest in one of the world’s largest religious orders. His accomplishments in leading people, building community and offering hope are a continual hallmark of his work with large hierarchical organizations, sacred and secular alike.