HRACO Presents: Goals – Employee-Centered Approach to Getting (and Keeping!) Right People in Right Roles

Date: January 26, 2022
Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

This three-part program will be offered as WEBINARs only. You will receive the Webinar information after you register.

Vision:
As an HR professional, you are responsible for implementing strategies to increase employee engagement, get the right people in the right roles, and decrease turnover. You understand your organization’s vision, but do you understand the employee’s vision? And are you able to connect the dots between the two? Today’s top talent is working for more than a paycheck; they are working for purpose. Fail to provide a purposeful path for your employees and you’ll fail to develop your work force. In this three-part series, you will learn how to engage with your employees to define and understand their vision, and to increase employee engagement by implementing this employee-centered development focus. You will also learn how to retain top talent by investing in professional development that creates an appealing, purposeful career path with your organization.

Approved for:
1 SHRM Certification Credit!
1 General HRCI Credit!




About the Speakers

Amy Bauman: Amy Bauman is a personal and professional development facilitator who specializes in nurturing her clients’ growth mindset and goal achievement. Her passion for helping others achieve their goals and not settle for a “ho-hum life” led her to create her business, Your Development Resource, where she works with individuals and organizations to improve productivity skills and create more purposeful engagement in work and life. Amy holds a bachelor’s degree in Education from The Ohio State University and a master’s degree in Business Psychology from Franklin University. She is an active member of NAWBO Columbus and a Dress for Success Columbus volunteer. Favorite pastimes include hanging out with her husband and three boys, working out, and listening to podcasts/reading about personal and professional development.