Making Work Lean & Meaningful - Webinar By TrainHR

Venue: Online Training

Location: Wilmington, Delaware, United States

Event Date/Time: Aug 23, 2012 End Date/Time: Aug 23, 2012
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Overview : To thrive in the future, your company must skinny down and trim the fat, run very lean, be as cost-efficient as possible, yet provide "meaningful" work to your employees.

In this session, you'll learn a roadmap for getting lean and lots of great insights and tactics for creating meaningfulness in the work lives of your employees. As business executives, we recognize the importance of the "work experience" in the value proposition that guides employees' choices about whether they will stay or leave. People today want to do "meaningful work." But exactly what makes work meaningful? And how can you make work meaningful for your employees? As the author of a book called Lean & Meaningful: A New Culture for Corporate America, our speaker will share with us how to shift our corporate culture to what she calls "lean and meaningful."

Why Should You Attend: It's a matter of corporate survival! Companies will maintain an ongoing drive to re-engineer their employee populations for optimum profitability; thus they will continue to lay off workers. With the recovery of the economy, employee turnover is mounting. On top of that, you have increasing competition for top talent. Without competent employees, you cannot serve your customers. Without will not survive these challenging times. So what are organizations to do?

Areas Covered in the Session:
How we can get lean, without being mean
The 10 Elements of Meaningfulness and how to make them come alive in your organization
Three ways you can use collaboration to increase productivity and reduce expenses
Low and no-cost ideas that other companies around the world have embraced to help them hold on to their valuable employees
And most importantly, you’ll feel inspired to help reduce your stress by implementing some of these ideas immediately.
You'll leave with new understandings of these unprecedented times, along with lots of ideas you can put to work right away.

Who Will Benefit:
HR Professionals

Joyce Gioia (joy-yah) is a Strategic Business Futurist concentrating on workforce and workplace trends. Joyce is President and CEO of The Herman Group, a firm serving a wide range corporate, trade association and governmental clients on an international basis. Through consulting, speaking, and training, Joyce helps clients position themselves for success in the future. Joyce has served clients on six continents and in 46 states.

Gioia's career includes a wide variety of industries and fields, including hard goods, soft goods, wholesale, retail, and direct marketing. After founding her first company at the tender age of 14, later at the age of 28, she was the youngest magazine publisher in the country, publishing The Complete Buyers Guide to Stereo/Hi-Fi Equipment for Service Communications Ltd.

Focusing on what will be valuable for her clients and audiences, Joyce tailors her messages to what is most needed with an emphasis on take-home value, practical tactics and strategies that can be put to work right away. To reach an even wider audience, Joyce has authored five books. These books are focused on what employers must do to attract, optimize, and hold onto their best employees. Gioia approaches Human Resources from an Internal Marketing perspective, taking external marketing concepts and strategies and applying them within the organization.

A respected professional speaker and consultant, Gioia has earned the designation Certified Management Consultant, the highest certification granted by The Institute of Management Consultants. She also earned the coveted Certified Speaking Professional designation from the National Speakers Association. Gioia contributed a regular column to various business journals, as well as Sky, Delta Airlines' award-winning in-flight magazine. She is also CEO of Employer of Choice, Inc., the organization that certifies employers as Employers of Choice®.

Often quoted in media, like Industry Week, The Christian Science Monitor, Entrepreneur Magazine, Business Week, The Economist, The Wall Street Journal, and on National Public Radio, Gioia is recognized as one who not only knows what's coming, but can communicate that future very effectively. She has also appeared on numerous radio and television talk shows and was featured in an episode of New Attitudes on the Lifetime Cable Network. Gioia is listed in Who's Who in America, Who's Who in the East, and the International Who's Who of Business Executives.


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Price List: Live : $95.00 Corporate live : $295.00 Recorded : $145.00 Phone: 800-447-9407 Fax: 302-288-6884 Zip 19801