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    MCSHRM Professional Conference -- Cancelled/All registrants will be refunded the full amount

    Date: October 30, 2012, 7:30am – 12:00pm
    Lisa Boan, SPHR
    North Gaithersburg Hilton~ 620 Perry Parkway, Gaithersburg, MD 20877
    MCSHRM Members: $69.00 Non Members $99
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    October 30, 2012

    Please join us for a half day professional development seminar on October 30th from 7:30AM-12:00PM at the Gaithersburg Hilton

    *** Pending Approval for four (4) HRCI Credits***

    Turn Your "Renters" Into "Owners” -- Secrets To Increase Team Member Engagement and Accountability

    Are your managers sick and tired of hearing team members say things like "That's not MY job"?
    Do they wonder how they could get people to take some ownership?
    Ever feel like no one except you feels a sense of accountability?

    Join us for a powerful, interactive workshop on accountability and engagement.  You'll walk away from this session with specific actionable steps you and your managers can take -- ideas you will implement immediately.

    Learning objectives:

    • What is the key to accountability in your team?
    • How to communicate to increase individual accountability.
    • What to do to help your team members feel a greater sense of ownership.
    • Keys to inspiring increased productivity in your team.
    • Specific steps you can take to increase creativity and innovation.
    • What to do to help team members share in team success

    About the Speaker:

    Tom Cooper

    Tom Cooper, Principal of BrightHill Group, a management consulting company focused on leadership and team development, believes that because people matter, we must lead them well.  His passion for leadership comes from a career in technology where he saw just how important leadership could be to project success or failure.  He has worked in companies as small as 5, and has led teams in companies as large as 160,000 employees. He has been a management consultant and IT leader. He has studied and lived out leadership, team building, and communications. Along the way he spent a decade in Fortune 500 information technology, built and led teams of software engineers, and now helps leaders raise their game when it comes to personal and team performance.  Tom holds certifications in Project (PMP) and Product Management (PMC) and a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Alderson-Broaddus College.



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