Influence Savvy for HR: Your Role In Moving the Organization Forward
Tuesday, June 21, 2011 | 5:00pm - 7:30pm | Atlanta Marriott Century Center
Without skillfully winning the support of key individuals in the organization, HR professionals face an uphill climb as they strive to achieve business goals. This program discusses how to become more influential as well as how to use the influence you already have to influence organizational decision-making and move vital projects forward to achieve business goals. Discussing three key influence powers, the session will present insights into how influence works within organizations and HR can be more successful by employing influence skillfully to align or achieve business goals.
1) Analyze the level of influence you already have with key individuals and determine how to improve your results.
2) Define which level of influence outcome you most need to achieve to move your organizational toward its strategic goals.
3) Strategize about using alliance building, reciprocity and communication habits change to strengthen key relationships to participate as a partner in strategic decisions
Speaker: Jean Houston Shore, WorkStrong Consulting, LLC
Jean Houston Shore, CPA, MBA, CSP, works with organizations who want their people to work together better and with people who want to achieve more in life. As a consultant, speaker and author, Jean specializes in helping organizations translate their visions and values into actions that produce results.
Whether she's giving a keynote on managing change, conducting skills training for managers or facilitating a leadership retreat, Jean's combination of enthusiasm and expertise makes the experience fun. Jean's clients say that her ability to isolate core issues and her willingness to ask insightful questions helps them to achieve measurable improvements quickly.
Creator of five comprehensive management development programs, Jean's work on leadership, values clarification and change management has been featured in three books, Reach for the Stars, Where There's Change, There's Opportunity, and Irresistible Leadership. Her most recent book is Working Together Better, a reference guide for getting great results from groups. A summa cum laude graduate of Mercer University, Jean is a member of the National Speakers Association, the Georgia Speakers Association, the American Institute of CPAs, the American Society for Quality and the American Society of Training and Development. She works with a diverse base of clients including corporations, hospitals, associations and non-profits. She served on the Board of Examiners for the Georgia Oglethorpe Award Process (Georgia's highest business award) and was named by the Virginia Society of CPAs as Discussion Leader of the Year. Most recently, Jean completed her MBA at Baylor University where she obtained a perfect 4.0 average. She is also one less than 700 Certified Speaking Professionals in the world. Other awards include the President's Leadership Award from the Georgia Speakers Association (2000) and the Medal of Excellence from Fort Benning, GA (1999). In 2007, Jean received the Kay Herman Legacy Award from the Georgia chapter of the National Speakers Association (the organization's highest and most prestigious award). She also served on the Board of Directors for the 3,200 member National Speakers Association.
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