Sunrise Series Breakfast Briefings

Agenda

  • 09/28/17
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    8:00 am  -  9:30 am
    Celebrating Differences - Disability Discussion
    This abbreviated session will give insight into making diversity a key ingredient to growing a strong and inclusive organization. Individuals will increase their knowledge, understanding and value of background differences, thinking styles, perspectives and interpretations; develop comfort in utilizing strategies/resources to support the success of a diverse client base, associates and other business partners. Participants will gain an understanding of how to interact naturally and confidently with people who have disabilities or abilities, learn that they are more alike than unalike with people who are different from them, increase awareness of the difference between invisible and visible disabilities, identify their own Flash Judgments of people with disabilities, learn how to communicate with a person with a disability, gain an understanding of how it feels to have a disability, and gain an understanding of the ADA Act and reasonable accommodations (Presented by the National Conference for Community & Justice of Greater Dayton)
  • 10/26/17
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    8:00 am  -  9:30 am
    Body Language
    Wouldn't it be great to know what people are thinking about you without them saying a word? Find out how by putting the power of this proven Body Data training to work for you! Body Data training has been described as entertaining, informative and very interactive. Using thoroughly researched methodology and time-tested techniques, learn how to effectively read and exhibit body language in any situation! HOW YOU MOVE SPEAKS VOLUMES! Research shows that a person makes up their mind about you in the first tenth of a second. What is your body language saying about you? Remember: YOU NEVER GET A SECOND CHANCE TO MAKE THAT FIRST IMPRESSION! (Presented by dj edwards group)
  • 11/30/17
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    8:00 am  -  9:30 am
    Levers of Employee Engagement
    To increase engagement, organizations need to make changes to their work environment that builds both rational and emotional commitment. But how do we select what aspects of the employment experience to change? In this session, we'll outline a framework that organizes potential work culture changes into a series of “levers” in the following categories: Day-to-day Work, Team, Direct Manager, Organization. These levers were identified through a research-based approach by surveying employers across the U.S. and assessing the actual changes in engagement as organizations altered different aspects of their employment policies and work cultures. During the session, we’ll review the top levers and introduce an action plan framework that can be used to address these levers in your organization. (Presented by connexHR)
  • 12/21/17
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    8:00 am  -  9:30 am
    Leadership Secrets of Santa
    Don’t let the jolly man in the red suit fool you. When it comes to managing a diverse workforce, meeting deadlines, and keeping everyone happy in the face of constant change; nobody does it better than Santa! Imagine the endless challenges of running his organization…there’s workers to lead, letters to read, stuff to buy, stuff to make, new technologies to learn, and of course logistics to manage for the BIG delivery day. As if that’s not enough, he still has elf issues to resolve and reindeer poop to scoop. And there are no snow days at the North Pole! You and your team will learn such lessons as “Choose your Reindeer Wisely,” and “Share the Milk and Cookies.” These lessons will help you: Produce significant and sustained results, Help your team deal with the realities of change, Build a high performance “workshop," Become a more effective and respected leader. (Presented by Sinclair Workforce Development)
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