MEGA SESSION: Reality-Based Rules of the Workplace: New HR Foundation to Boost Employee Value & Drive Results

2014 Annual Conference
Workplace Application: This session introduces a revolutionary new performance metric for quantifying employee value and the “new rules of the workplace” that call for HR to change completely.
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Organizational strategic plans are calling for talent to deliver aggressive agendas with limited resources in a whole new set of work realities. It is critical that you adopt a whole new approach to ensure that you are able to deliver on the strategic goals of the organization. Wakeman reveals five groundbreaking findings, “New Rules of the Workplace” that call for you to alter your approach completely to manage change, measure performance, and create engagement to support business missions and strategies.

Date(s) & Time(s): 
Tuesday, June 24, 2014 - 10:45am to 12:00pm
Presenter: 

Cy Wakeman

Cy
Wakeman

Cy Wakeman is a drama researcher, global thought-leader, and New York Times best-selling author who is recognized for cultivating a counter-intuitive, reality-based approach to leadership. Backed by 20 years of experience, Wakeman’s philosophy offers a new lens through which employees and executives alike, can shift their attention inward, sharpen their focus on personal accountability, and uncover their natural state of innovation simply by ditching the drama.

Deemed “the secret weapon to restoring sanity to the workplace,” Wakeman has helped companies such as Google, Facebook, NASA, Pfizer, Bank of America, and United Healthcare learn to harness energy wasted in workplace drama and reinvest that effort into achieving profound business results.

Location: 
Valencia AB
Amount of Credit: 
1.25
Credit Type: 
Business Credit
Session Type: 
Mega Session
Competency: 
Business Acumen
HR Expertise
Leadership & Navigation
Intended Audience: 
Mid-Level
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