Helping Career Changers & Job Seekers Find Their Sweet Spot: The Intersection Between Culture & Talent
The recording can be found here:
Dear Career Coaches:
We are delighted to announce that our Career Coach SIG speaker for Wednesday, November 9, 2016 will be Kim Shepherd, CEO, Decision Toolbox Management presenting Helping Career Changers & Job Seekers Find Their Sweet Spot: The Intersection Between Culture & Talent.
The call is from 12pm-1pm ET via phone: Bridge Number: 425-440-5100, Conference Access Code: 093980# or via the web at http://iTeleseminar.com/91210296
(Note: You will receive 1 ICF Resource Development CCE credit for attending the call live and must be present for the full call)
With her unconventional approach to business management, Kim Shepherd, CEO of Decision Toolbox, will reveal how she built a rock solid corporate culture within her team. This means all the difference in acquiring talent that will fuel a company’s greatness vs. merely recruiting bodies that will keep the wheels in motion at best. Sharing real life examples sprinkled with humor, she will discuss the importance of building sticky factor within your organization and practical tips for keeping it in place.
Kim will invite attendees of this session to become insiders at her company and learn how she identified and conquered some of the most challenging talent problems facing businesses today.
You will learn:
- The importance of establishing a strong corporate culture
- Practical tips for building sticky factor in your organization
- How to get to the heart of your employee’s motivations
- Keep the glue cemented once you have it in place
About the Presenter:
As CEO of Decision Toolbox, Kim brought her unconventional approach to the company she had admired as a client. Today Decision Toolbox is 100% virtual, with more than 100 team members working remotely across the U.S. Decision Toolbox is a Certified Women’s Business Enterprise and their unique business model has played a key role in the company being awarded the Alfred P. Sloan Award for Business Excellence in Workplace Flexibility three times. They were also named 3 years running to the INC 500/5000 List of Fastest Growing Private Companies.
Calling Kim unconventional is an understatement – her former endeavors include 10 years as a TV and Foreign Correspondent, a stint at Club Med and a near miss at a spot on the Olympic ski team. Kim’s is also an accomplished author. Her most recent book, co-authored with Dave Berkus, “Get Scrappy: Business Insights to Make Your Company More Agile” helps you become a more agile manager, explore your management style, and give you a blueprint for personal and corporate growth.
All the Best,
Mike Gellman and Nancy Cattle
Co-Hosts Coach U Career Coach SIG
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