Date(s) - 10/18/2018
11:45 am - 1:00 pm
Cache County Event Center at the Fair grounds
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Debbie has more than 20 years of HR experience working with public, private and non-profit entities to meet immediate and long-term goals. She has trained managers nationwide to understand their obligations as employers and focuses on helping organizations improve their management and leadership skills.
Working with Employers Council allows Debbie to support employers by training employees in a wide array of issues. She has extensive experience in – and genuinely enjoys – helping employees and managers create positive workplace cultures where harassment in all forms isn’t tolerated and diversity and inclusion are the norm.
Previously, Debbie was the Human Resources Director in two large law firms in Washington, D.C. and Salt Lake City, UT. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and a MS in Management. She is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and a SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP).
Title: Cultivating Kindness
In a professional setting, “kindness” is being trustworthy, humble, supportive, transparent, honest, and consistent. Starting with those attributes, we’ll discuss why all organizations need to care about cultivating kindness. The significant effect of kindness on improving trust, increasing morale, improving productivity is well documented, and this presentation focuses on how to achieve those business results through cultivating kindness.
The presentation discusses the significant data on how cultivating kindness can directly improve engagement, retention and organizational productivity. We will also discuss how tolerating a lack of kindness can lead to illegal behaviors such as harassment, racism, and sexism. Bridgerland Chapter members will understand both the business case for cultivating kindness in their organization and have a roadmap for how to strengthen their culture to improve business results.
Bookings are closed for this event.