What’s the Buzz, Tell Me What’s Happening: Management Practices Driven by Mass Consumption
Staying current on management practices is critical for the successful HR professional to remain a relevant business partner and add value to the greater business discussion. The goal of this session will be to highlight 20 management topics trending in books, blogs and Ted Talks.
Join us for a whirlwind of fun as we cover culture, coaching, teams, retention, salary and benefits, and other intriguing topics!
About our speaker:
Nomi is an esteemed member of the Howard County HR Society Board of Directors, and currently serves as the Senior Director of Human Resources for the American Institute of Physics. You can find her on LinkedIn here.
This topic was envisioned and extensively researched by our presenter. The presentation was delivered in Quebec City, Canada to an international audience for the annual Council of Engineering and Scientific Executives meeting. A modified version was also delivered to students of the Management and Organizational Society at the University of Maryland, Kelly Business School.
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This program is valid for 1.0 PDCs for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP. For more information about certification or recertification, please shrmcertification.org. Howard County Human Resources Society (HoCoHRS) is recognized by SHRM to offer professional development credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP.
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