Monthly Chapter Meeting - Manufacturing Engagement: Keep YOUR Talent from Becoming THEIRS
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When: 9/5/2018
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
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Corporate College East
4400 Richmond Rd.
Warrensville Heights, Ohio  44128
United States
Contact: Pam Smith, CSHRM Administrator
440.940.6534 vm/216.533.3661 cell


Online registration is available until: 8/31/2018
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Monthly Chapter Meeting

Session Title - Manufacturing Engagement: Keep YOUR Talent from Becoming THEIRS


Date:  Wednesday, September 5, 2018 (11:30 AM - 1:30 PM) - Live Webcast Also Available

Session Description:
It’s no secret. Your best employees have the power to take their skills elsewhere. And that leaves your leadership teams with an enormous challenge: winning the war for top talent!  This trend reaches far beyond just manufacturing. The Gallup organization reports close to 71% of all employees feel unsupported, detached, or disengaged from their current employer. The impact costs US businesses more than $450 billion in lost productivity each year.    The good news is we already know how to discourage top talent from leaving: keep them engaged. With an engaged workforce, employees work harder, have fewer safety incidents, and are more loyal and profitable to their company. Studies show that engaged employees have: 50% fewer accidents, 41% fewer quality defects, 30% fewer health care costs.  Not surprisingly, unhappy workers return only 60% of their salary in the value they provide. With an estimated five million manufacturing jobs going unfilled by 2020, it’s time to take smart steps to make sure your company isn’t affected. That means creating a workplace culture that works based on proven results, fresh ideas and new ways of generating loyalty from your staff.

Learning Objectives:

  • Crucial reasons for motivating and retaining employees

  • Accountability criteria for creating a company-wide foundation of trust

  • Strategies for putting engagement practices into action

  • Skillsets for effectively identifying and recognizing accomplishments

  • Effective ways to strengthen their emotional connection to the organization


About Our Presenter:
An award-winning speaker and author of nine books, Lisa Ryan works with her clients to develop employee engagement initiatives and strategies that keep their top talent and best clients from becoming someone else’s. Her clients appreciate her real-world insight, high content message, and the actionable ideas contained in her fun, high content and energetic programs.  Lisa’s specialties include: strengthening workplace culture, improving employee engagement, and initiating gratitude strategies (“Grategies”) for personal and professional transformation. Her high energy, enthusiastic delivery and quick wit are ideally suited for conferences, leadership retreats, and keynote presentations. Lisa costars in two films with other experts including Jack Canfield of “Chicken Soup for the Soul.”  She is the Past-President of the National Speakers Association, Ohio Chapter and holds an MBA from Cleveland State University.

Lunch Buffet will be served

This program has been preapproved for 1.0 continuing education credits through HRCI and SHRM.

Location:  Corporate College East

Date:  Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Time:

Registration/Networking: 11:30 AM - 11:50 AM

Welcome/Announcements: 11:50 AM - 12:15 PM

Lunch/Program (Webcast) 12:15 PM - 1:30 PM

RSVP by Friday, August 31st at NOON!


Costs:

Cleveland SHRM Member: $30
Nonmembers/Guests: $40
Students/Members in Transition: $15


Can't attend in person?

We also do a live broadcast of the event. Registration costs are the same to help cover
the costs incurred to provide this service.  Access information will be sent once registration payment has been received.

REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION POLICY

Cleveland SHRM is committed to the full inclusion of all its members. As part of this commitment starting January 2017, CSHRM will make every attempt to ensure that all members with disabilities are provided a reasonable accommodation to participate to the highest degree possible in all CSHRM activities. Accommodations will be provided to CSHRM members through collaborative efforts with the Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities, local non-profits, and other community organizations to acquire accommodations that are being provided to CSHRM members.

To request an accommodation for a workshop or CSHRM activity, please contact the Reasonable Accommodation Coordinator below.
Katti Sorboro
: Email: ksorboro@me.com.  Text: 330.990.3046

 

RSVP by Friday, August 31st by NOON!