Wednesday, March 17, 2021 | 1:00 p.m. CT
Health Care HR Week Special!
The world has changed professionally and personally. Not since 9/11 have we been challenged to change how we live, work and socialize. None of us are the same now that a pandemic has shown us a new normal. People are uncertain, scared and worried about their jobs. To retain talent, we must understand the effect change has on staff or risk losing them to a competitor. Addressing concerns openly can increase retention, grow productivity, and lower stress and health issues.
- Demonstrate a greater ability to successfully lead through and navigate a culture of change.
- Recognize the challenges of staff as they transition to a more remote work environment.
- Develop stronger-agile vision to stay productive, engage as a leader and develop stronger relationships.
1 CEU (CHHR)
Scott Lesnick, CSP
Scott Lesnick is a high content international keynote speaker who is motivational, instructional and educational in style and tone. Overcoming incredible odds and surviving enormous challenges propelled him into the role of a highly sought-after international keynote speaker. Scott amazingly devised a daring plan to reunite with his two small children who were kidnapped to the Middle East and no laws required them to be returned. This proved to be a significant test of both his resolve and the strength of his conviction. The abduction, improbable reunion with his children and exactly how he navigated international courts to retain custody of his children led to the principles of tenacity and persistence displayed in his presentations.
As a result of his on-the-job leadership experience, Scott’s expertise and “years in the trenches” will help you in growing relationships, improving employee engagement, and training your next generation of leaders.
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