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    Mentoring: A Tool for Attracting and Retaining Staff - 1.5 HRCI General Recertification Credits

    Date: March 21, 2012, 7:00am – 9:00am
    Organizer:
    Robin Campbell
    Location:
    Gaithersburg Marriott Washingtonian Center (at the Rio), 9751 Washingtonian Blvd., Gaitherburg, MD 20878
    Price:
    $20.00 Chapter Members, $30.00 Non-Members, $35.00 Walk-Ins
    Event Type:
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    Join us for an exciting program on Mentoring: A Tool for Attracting and Retaining Staff, with guest speaker Lou Carloni, President and Founder of SMBC Incorporated.  

                                                                           

    This program has been approved for 1.5 HRCI General Recertification credits.

    In business, the only real asset companies have is their people.  It is the responsibility of Human Resource professionals to ensure that staff is receiving mentoring opportunities.  No amount of money will take the place of long-term interest in their careers and their lives, and mentoring is key in demonstrating that interest. 

    Engaging in mentoring will develop the executives and managers to be more effective, will develop staff to be more valuable, and will develop organizations into sought-after employers.

    This program will help Human Resources professionals:

    • design and develop mentoring programs and opportunities,
    • motivate all staff members to be involved with mentoring,
    • gain support and commitment from executives,
    • set goals for both mentors and mentees, and
    • support the program through a variety of means including education and training.

    Speaker Biography

    Mr. Carloni has served as chief of SMBC, a professional firm committed to effectively serving the training and consulting needs of businesses and organizations, enabling them to achieve a superior position in their market, since 1993.  Prior to that he served seven years in private industry in operations management, sales management, and administration.  He has also served for four years in international affairs with the United Nations in New York. 

    Mr. Carloni attended Ohio State University for his Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Psychology, and Ohio University for his Masters Degree, also in Industrial Psychology. 

    Mr. Carloni served as a Maryland Governor’s Quality Awards Examiner for 1996 and 1997, was Chair of the Greater Baltimore Committee’s Business Education Committee from 1999-2002, and facilitated the Greater Baltimore Technology Council’s BioTech Roundtable from 2003-2007. He currently serves as Marketing Director for the Chesapeake Human Resources Association, and has served in that position for over ten years. 

    This meeting's sponsor:

                                                

    Founded in 1958, Jackson Lewis LLP is dedicated to representing management exclusively in workplace law.  With almost 700 attorneys practicing in 48 cities nationwide, it is one of the fastest growing workplace law firms in the United States, providing creative and strategic solutions to virtually every issue employers face.  The firm has been serving the Mid-Atlantic region for 30 years and is proud to support Montgomery County SHRM. 

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