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Next meeting: August 4, 2015

Minimize the Drama – How Effective HR Managers Handle Conflict

Presented by: Liz Weber

President, Weber Business Services, LLC

Would it help you if your supervisors and managers addressed employee issues with less drama and emotion?

  • Would it make your life easier if your supervisors and managers addressed inappropriate employee behaviors right away?
  • Would you have more time to do real work if others could simply do the jobs they're being paid to do?

If you answered yes to just ONE of those questions, this presentation is for you!

Liz Weber, (aka - The Dragon Lady of Leadership Accountability®) will share her techniques for teaching managers and supervisors how to deal with difficult behaviors, conflicts and situations, while leading their teams forward...together.

Learning Objectives:

In this session, you will learn to: -

  • Analyze your behavior during conflicts to determine how Passive, Assertive, Aggressive, and Passive-Aggressive behaviors impact teams –
  • Identify your dominant conflict management style and assess its impact on your HR team, as well as other managers and employees throughout the organization –
  • Hold HR team members accountable to do the jobs they're being paid to do - without the drama.

This program is pending approval for 1 business HRCI and is pending SHRM-SCP and CP credits

Presenter Bio

Known as The Dragon Lady of Leadership Accountability® for her candor, clear insights and straightforward approach, Liz Weber is a sought-after management consultant and seminar presenter. She is one of only 13 people in the U.S. to hold both the Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) and Certified Management Consultant (CMC) designations—the highest earned designations in two different professions. She also holds an MBA in International Business, and serves as a national board member and Strategic Planning Chair for The National Speakers Association.

Liz has supervised business activities in 139 countries and has consulted with organizations in over 20 countries. She has designed and facilitated conferences from Bangkok to Bonn and Tokyo to Tunis. Liz has taught for the Johns Hopkins University’s Graduate School of Continuing Studies, as well as the Georgetown University’s Senior Executive Leadership Program.

Liz is also the author of several leadership publications:

Liz’s Manager’s Corner column appears monthly in several trade publications, association newsletters, and internet resource centers for executives.

Carroll County SHRM is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP!

Thank you to all who attended CC SHRM's Second Annual Conference!  Great thanks also goes out to our sponsors and presenters.

This year's theme was: "It Starts With Us"

Room K 100 at Carroll Community College was full of HR and business professionals ready for a great day!

Attendees formed small discussion groups to share ideas and experiences.

Each attendee received a "swag bag" with giveaways, including a CC SHRM branded Totes umbrella!

 

 

Don’t miss out on the great benefits you receive from being a Carroll County SHRM member!  
 
Carroll County SHRM Benefits Include:
·       Free CC SHRM E-newsletter
·       Discounted rate for quarterly meetings
·       Discounted rate for MD SHRM State Conference
·       Discounted rate for new SHRM membership
·       Preferred marketing opportunities at Chapter Meetings
·       Referral Bonus Programs
·       Media Opportunities
 
Become a national member and save – ASK US HOW!   If you are already a SHRM member, don’t forget to designate Carroll County SHRM as your primary local chapter!
 
 

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  • August 4, 2015, 8:00am – 10:00am
    Carroll Community College, Room M157

    Minimize the Drama – How Effective HR Managers Handle Conflict

    Presented by

    Liz Weber

    President, Weber Business Services, LLC

     

    Would it help you if your...

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    Carroll Community College

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