Date(s) - 03/15/2022
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
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March 15 (Tuesday): Rich Brown, Cache County Events Center, 12:00 pm, $15
Topic: Taking care of your employees
Summary: Nearly 2/3 of employees interviewed say they feel moderate to severe dissatisfaction at work as the result of feeling that their leadership is not engaged with them. Employees have more options than ever before when it comes to selecting an employer. Gone are the days where employers can have a transactional relationship with their employees and still expect to retain them for long. Leaders across the spectrum need to take care of their employees, beginning with leading in a more engaged and transformational way that results in extreme dedication to the job, where the rewards are intrinsic and loyalty to the organization is significant. The discussion on “Taking Care of Your Employees” breaks down the elements of Transformational Leadership and teaches leaders/prospective leaders the fundamentals of leading in a more engaged way.
Bio: Rich Brown joined Space Dynamics Laboratory in 2018 as an HR Manager. In his role, he oversees the Workforce Services and Employee Development Team, which supports functions such as benefit administration, staff development, employee engagement and inclusion, and the employee review process.
Before joining SDL, Rich worked in HR roles in the hospitality and health care industries, giving him significant experience in employee relations and teaching him the importance of focused employee engagement.
Prior to starting a career in Human Resources, Rich served in the U.S. Navy from 1989-1999, deploying overseas 3 times, beginning with Operation Desert Storm in 1991. He has used this experience in his role as SDL’s Veteran Representative.
After his military service, Rich pursued a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Resource Management and a Master of Science degree in Management and Leadership. Rich’s professional passion is training, and he was instrumental in creating SDL’s Leadership Development Series.
Rich and his wife, Liz, live in Smithfield, Utah, nestled between their respective families, where they both enjoy music performance, golf, and travel.
Bookings are closed for this event.