2018 workforce summit:
STAYING POWER -- hOW TO KEEP YOUR STAFF LONGER
Presenter: LEAH BROWN, CRESCENDO STRATEGIES
Wednesday, August 15, 2018 ~ 9:00am - 4:00pm
NewBridge on the Charles, Dedham, MA
Tired of the revolving door of employee turnover? Wish your staff understood what professionalism meant? If so, join us for our Workforce Summit, where we’ll tackle your staffing challenges head on!
Come learn insights about the shifting demographics of the workforce, employees’ evolving expectations, and strategies for improving staffing stability and reducing unnecessary employee turnover. We’ll also dive into the mindset of your Millennial workers, those under 37, to explain exactly why they think and work so differently than previous generations.
By the time you leave this workshop, you’ll discover the true cost of employee turnover, know how to assess your brand as an employer and walk away with realistic plans for improving your workforce woes.
- Identify the current and shifting workforce demographics
- Discuss the evolution of employee expectations over the past decade
- Learn how generational differences impact the workforce and why today’s youngest generation of workers thinks and acts differently than previous generations
- Discover strategies for reducing unnecessary employee turnover and increasing staffing stability
Date: August 15, 2018
Leah Brown is a Talent Retention Strategist for Crescendo Strategies, a Louisville-based firm committed to reducing unnecessary employee turnover for clients across multiple industries. Leah has 25 years of experience teaching, training, and facilitating improved leadership performance through organizations such as Dale Carnegie, the Department of Defense Education Activity, and the International Center for Corporate Learning at Sullivan University. Leah was recognized for her professional impact when Louisville’s Business First Magazine included her in their “20 People to Know in Education/Workforce Development” list. Leah is the contributing author of the 2018 book, “Staying Power: Why Your Employees Leave & How to Keep Them Longer.”
Contact Information and Questions:
For further information, please contact Lynn Monaghan, Education and Events Manager
LeadingAge Massachusetts, 246 Walnut Street, Suite 203, Newton, MA 02460
Phone (617) 244-2999 | Fax (617) 244-2995 | LMonaghan@LeadingAgeMa.org