SHRM NorCal: Elevate HR for Today & Tomorrow
Speakers Robert Goldmann and Steve McElfresh to discuss new approaches for helping employees change disruptive behavior based on Neuroscience Research, at the Annual SHRM Northern California Symposium (Oct. 2-3), Elevate HR For Today & Tomorrow
By: Robert Goldmann
In this presentation, attendees will:
• Discover the neurological foundation of inappropriate and unproductive workplace behavior
• Acquire tools to help troublesome employees evaluate and enhance their motivation to improve
• Learn new approaches to workplace behavioral interventions that are more effective (and less stressful!)
• Acquire resources to teach others to make use of these tools
"This is not about changing people. It's about teaching people to be more effective at changing disruptive and other regrettable behaviors."
In his coaching and mentoring practice (Clarity and Performance Coaching, now in its 17th year), Robert Goldmann works with executives, business owners, professionals and others seeking to design and reach fulfilling business and personal goals. He is a former CEO of manufacturing and financial service companies, and a facilitator of groups dealing with life-threatening illness and bereavement, as well as a meditation instructor. He is the author of ACT FROM CHOICE, on which this talk is based. He is a graduate of MIT and Harvard Business School.
Steve McElfresh is a Principal at, and the Founder of, HR Futures, Inc where he works with scaling organizations to address their people problems of growth. Recently, Steve was also the SVP/People at Duo Security, driving growth and supporting their acquisition and integration with Cisco. He has been the CHRO at three other tech companies, two of which he took public. He was also the President/CEO of Saratoga Institute and taught at the Boston College School of Management. Steve has a Ph.D from Boston College and a JD from Santa Clara University. He is also a past-president of BAHREC and has been a member of SHRM and BAHREC for several decades.
SHRM, the Society for Human Resource Management is a 300,000-member professional human resources association that promotes the role of HR as a profession and provides education, certification, and networking to its members.
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