Transformational Performance Management
Presented by Shauna Grinke
Free Seminar, Please RSVP
August 17, 2010 (Point Grey Campus)
Registration Deadline: August 07, 2010
Please register before this date to ensure event is not canceled.
Do you know how to engage others in outcome-focused conversations that improve performance? The effective leader knows how to build and maintain effective relationships and work toward collaborative solutions.
You Will Learn:
• About your own coaching and feedback strengths and areas for continued development
• How to apply a model that guides the steps for giving acknowledging and developmental feedback
• About your own preferences for questioning and active listening , and expand your options for improved effectiveness
• How to apply coaching techniques in performance discussions, which will enable you to build strong relationships and guide the conversation and goal-setting process.
Creative, dynamic, results-oriented speaker, author and consultant whose
Shauna Grinke is a creative and experienced facilitator, consultant, coach and leader. She has developed and implemented performance management systems for use in organizations throughout the world for companies like the Pan Pacific Hotels and Resorts and Best Buy Ltd. She has over 20 years experience as a leader, trainer and business leader and, as a life-long learner, has honed her experience with specialized training through the Centre for Creative Leadership in Colorado, Harvard Business School, and IMD in Lausanne, Switzerland.
As a Human Resource leader in organizations that range from large multi-unit international companies, to small entrepreneurial high-growth businesses, Shauna has been personally accountable for leading the human resource function in a way that delivered measurable value to the employees, the shareholder and the customer. As a consultant, Shauna has helped organizations, leaders and teams manage complex organizational change situations, develop in both team and personal effectiveness, and improve employee engagement and organizational results. Shauna helps other human resources and organizational development professionals by her involvement on the Executive Board of the BC Organizational Development Network.
A skilled and engaging communicator and a facilitator of creative solutions, Shauna has a proven ability to help teams and individuals unlock their potential. Shauna’s current clients include provincial and municipal government departments, crown corporations, private sector businesses and not-for-profit organizations. Her commitment is to help clients create transformative results.
Who Should Attend:
This workshop is open to all AAPS members
August 17, 2010
9:00am to 4:00 pm
(Lunch from 12:00pm-1:00pm)
Student Union Building
6138 Student Union Boulevard (view location map)
Party room (2nd floor)
Please note: This event will not be catered. Only refreshments will be provided. A lunch break will be from 12:00pm to 1:00pm. There is a cafeteria on ground level of the SUB. There are also microwaves available.
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-- posted 7/27/2010