BT 2019 Jun Combat Workplace Negativity and Boost Engagement When Times are Tough
This event is now SOLD OUT.
Click the registration button to be put on a waiting list.
VP | Business Development
Dale Carnegie of ND & MN
The need for leaders to be equipped with skills to navigate organizational changes and downturns is vital and recent research confirms it; Deloitte notes that the rate of projected mergers and acquisitions is at an all-time high and the Bureau of Labor and Statistics showcases the increasing rate of baby boomers approaching retirement. Not to mention, a recent survey conducted by The Chamber found that workforce challenges continues to be the number one issue impacting North Dakota businesses.
Maintaining high levels of engagement and productivity when times are tough is imperative for organizational culture and health; however, particularly during times of transition, attitudes and behaviors are contagious and it takes only one person to either negatively or positively influence the masses. Often, the hard times elicit fear and uncertainty, which can tank engagement and create additional barriers to move forward and rebuild.
Throughout this interactive session, you will discover how your workforce is impacted when times are tough, understand practical ways to boost engagement, reduce stress and worry, and handle difficult conversations so you are prepared to positively influence behaviors and attitudes and drive productivity.About the presenter
Bethany Berkeley is dedicated to collaborating with businesses to solve pressing workforce and industry challenges. She is the Vice President of Business Development at Dale Carnegie of ND & MN where she engages clients to strategically drive results with innovative and tangible solutions. She earned her degree from the University of Texas at Austin and is a certified Dale Carnegie trainer, frequent facilitator and speaker. She is deeply passionate about giving back and currently serves as the Board President for CCRI (Creative Care for Reaching Independence) and on the board of directors for The Great North Pole. She is a United Way 35 Under 35 and Chamber Leadership graduate and on The Chamber Business Training committee.
This training qualifies for 1.5 CPE credits through SHRM
Registration includes lunch.
Chamber Members: $30 per person in advance | $35 at the door
Non-Members: $40 in advance | $45 at the door