Monthly Chapter Meeting
Session Title - The Human Experience Leader:
Think Outside of Your Job Title to Make Work Meaningful
Date: Wednesday, January 16, 2019 (11:30 AM - 1:30 PM) - Live Webcast Also Available
With an employee engagement rate of around 1/3, change is needed in the state of workplace culture. By shifting our focus from generating income to creating a more engaging, inspiring, and fun work experience, we play into the basic human desire to feel good. When we can inspire our people to feel good, they become engaged and perform better, transforming workplace culture into one, not based around work, but around being human. This presentation will make you laugh, but it will also make you think about how to transform your work experience into one you and the people you work with look forward to.
1. How to create a meaningful workplace culture focused on a collective mission to serve one another, the organization, and the community.
2. How to unlock the potential of others through a perspective shift and creating human connection.
3. How to inspire creativity, trust, and a supportive culture through the "Yes, and..." principle of improvisation.
About Our Present: David Horning
With a degree in political science from the University of Akron, a background in sketch comedy and improvisation, and a passion for positive psychology, David Horning is a motivational speaker with character, several characters, in fact. He lived in New York City for two years, studying and performing comedy around the city as a number of colorful characters, and produced "Laundry Day," a sketch comedy show selected for the 2014 New York Comedy Festival. After learning that only 32% of people are engaged at work (2016 Gallup poll), David decided to leave New York to set out on a mission inspiring happiness and engagement as a motivational speaker. He has created speaking programs that have brought laughter, inspiration, and learning to service organizations, colleges, and businesses across the country. He has been a featured speaker at regional conferences from New York to Idaho, and was featured at the 2016 Garden State SHRM Conference. David's mission is to inspire in others the same excitement, happiness, and meaning that inspires him each day, so in addition to reaching more people through speaking, he continues to perform comedy across the country, including starting a showcase called "Locally Sourced Comedy" in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. He is currently working on his first book.
The program will be submitted to HRCI and SHRM for recertification credits.
Lunch Buffet will be served
Location: Corporate College East
Date: Wednesday, January 16, 2019
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, January 11th at NOON!
Cleveland SHRM Member: $30
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: firstname.lastname@example.org. Text: 330.990.3046
RSVP by Friday, January 11th by NOON!