This full-day, interactive workshop is designed to provide business managers and strategic HR professionals with the opportunity to explore their personal leadership style and better understand how their every-day decisions impact business results.
Through the introduction of the Performance Pyramid ™, this seminar will provide insights about leveraging human behavioral science strategies to drive performance.
- Learners will understand the differences, risks, and benefits of authority driven, compliance-driven, and results-driven work cultures.
- Learners will explore their beliefs about conventional management principles and quantify their impact on business results.
- Learners will practice methods to align and integrate human capital practices within the organization’s operational strategy.
- Learners will discuss the methods to analyze and quantify the true business impact of a “Results-Driven” leadership approach.
During her 20 year career as a Social Scientist, Sara Christiansen has had the privilege to work with very diverse companies in many varying industries in the private and public sectors.
Sara has vast experience working with professionals at all levels in an organization. Whether delivering a formal presentation to a room full of executives, or providing one-on-one guidance to a new employee; Sara’s passionate style allows her to connect with all audiences in a way that energizes individuals to perform at a higher level.
Sara has recently had the privilege of collaborating and co-facilitating a Leadership Seminar with national best-selling author and world renowned management consultant Marcus Buckingham (First Break all the Rules, Now Discover your Strength, The One Thing You Need to Know, Go Put your Strengths to Work, The Truth about You).
This session is approved for 7.0 (Specified-Strategic Business) recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.
COST (Early registration is until March 18, 2011)
Early registration for current members: $30
Late registration for current members: $50
Early registration for non-members: $99
Late registration for non-members: $125
*There is limited amount of 300 seats available for this event