Lunch and Learn
Learn about –
- The importance of employee documentation and find out what failing performance management looks like.
- Most managers try to manage others’ performance the way they want to be managed. However, every employee has their unique behavioral motivations. Understand how to reframe management strategies to better guide performance outcomes.
- Find out how the right leadership traits improve performance and discover some tools for “Coaching the Comeback Kid”.
This Event is Free, except for whatever you order.
Enjoy lunch with old friends and take with you cutting edge strategies for protecting your Company.
Meet Our Speakers
President & CEO, Business Results
Dolly Penland, President & CEO of Business Results, a PI® Certified Partner firm, works with organizations helping them to hire and manage their talent to their highest potential. She was an award-winning freelance journalist with more than 20 years’ experience specializing in business news and advice before focusing her talents on business consultation, specializing in multiple areas including growing sales, reducing turnover and developing leaders.
President, Adaptive HR Solutions
Chad Sorenson works with companies of all sizes in a variety of industries on leader-ship development, performance manage-ment, employer compliance and management training. He serves as the President Elect of the HR Florida State Council, is a past president of SHRM Jacksonville, and regularly speaks to companies and industry associations on human resources, leadership development, and employee engagement topics.
President, Wilder Business Success, Inc.
Doug Wilder’s purpose is to help great people repair and then thrive with their important business relationships. He does this by listening to people, and then guiding them to happily make the right choices. Doug works with business owners and key employees with huge potential, some who have made unfortunate choices and behaviors.
Managing Partner, Gerlach Employment Law, PL
Gregg Gerlach is a board-certified labor relations and employment law attorney, who for over 25 years has represented employers in workplace and employee matters. A frequent writer and speaker, Gregg’s practice includes educating employers, lawyers and human resource professionals throughout Florida on cutting edge developments in U.S. and Florida labor and employment law.
Lunch and Learn Schedule
September 11, 2019