December 11th, 2019

TOPIC: Discovering Your Role in Creating a Fantastic Workplace 

WHEN: Wednesday, December 11th, 2019
Registration and Continental Breakfast 7:45-8:00 AM

Meeting 8:00-9:30 AM

SPEAKER:  Dave O'Brien

CONTENT: Today’s do-more-with-less workplace climate has produced an unprecedented need for employee engagement and accountability. Add to this increased competition and stakeholder expectations and it has also produced an unparalleled opportunity for all employees to expand their influence and impact. A key factor in being able to seize this opportunity is the capacity to demonstrate personal accountability and leadership regardless of job title, role or function. Not surprisingly, this capacity is most often driven by clarity and purpose both of which result from a heightened awareness of expectations and corresponding workplace behavioral choices in the wake of accelerating change and stress.

Included in this high impact, high content presentation is a review of the three most common barriers to a fantastic workplace as well as the behavioral choices that either foster or inhibit workplace success and job satisfaction.  Additionally, the program provides a meaningful framework for developing a team action plan that supports organizational success. Participants can expect to leave the presentation with new tools that can be applied immediately to increase job satisfaction while helping to build a fantastic workplace for colleagues and customers.

Core Contents:

  • What, Why & Who – Creating a Context
  • Examining Behavioral Reactions – Victim, Critic, Bystander and Navigator
  • Discovering Your Opportunity & Obligation
  • Accepting The Role-Model Responsibility
  • The Evolution of Personal Leadership
  • The 21-Day Challenge
  • Defining Your Leadership Formula

SPEAKER BIO:  David’s Human Resources and Organizational Development consulting career spans 30 years and includes key leadership and P&L responsibility within a variety of industries including, Manufacturing, Healthcare and Financial Services. In his current role, David is responsible for providing Leadership and Team Effectiveness training, coaching and consulting services to organizations throughout the United States. His clients include market leaders as well as many small and emerging market leaders and a wide range of non-profit and government clients to help bring about sustainable improvements in organizational effectiveness.

David’s strong commitment to community service has resulted in him receiving several awards including Employer of the Year and Business Leader of the Year for his volunteer work. In addition to his undergraduate education in business administration, David has completed numerous professional development programs and certifications related to his profession. He is a frequent keynote speaker on the topic of leadership excellence and has lectured at a number of academic institutions including, UConn, University of Hartford, Quinnipiac University and the University of New Haven. His first book, The Navigator’s Handbook, 101 Leadership Lessons for Work & Life is available on-line and in bookstores nationwide. His second book, The Navigator’s Compass, 101 Steps Toward Leadership Excellence had a nationwide release in 2016 and is also available wherever books are sold.  His third book, The Navigator’s Journal is expected in bookstores in the summer of 2020. Additionally, his articles have appeared in a wide range of local, regional and national publications and his case study, Leading Change from the Top Down is featured in the global MBA text book, Leadership Learning from Real World Cases.

To learn more about the scope of David’s work in helping leaders and teams to be more effective or to arrange for David to speak at your next conference or other special event, please visit WorkChoice Solutions on line at: www.workchoicesolutions.com or call David directly @ 860.242.1070. 

WHERE: WorkCentral, 1900 West Park Drive, Suite 230, Westborough, MA  01581

RESERVATIONS: You may register by mail (P.O. Box 6405, Holliston, MA 01746), reply to this email, or fax by calling the number below. Please provide your name, company, (if appropriate) and phone number when registering. Reservations and cancellations will be accepted until noon on the Friday before the meeting. Please note that reservations not honored will be billed. In case of inclement weather, please call us at 508-429-2424 for cancellation information.

ATTENDANCE FEE: Members $25.00, Non-Members $50.00. On-line payment is available.

Phone: 508-446-1391
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Email: administrator@metrowesthrma.com