Get Your Mind on Your People: Becoming The Organization Everyone Wants to Work For
February 6 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
In the A/E/C industry, people are the backbone to organizations. Join us as Lori Stohs, Human Capital Consultant, Speaker and Author of Get Your Mind on Your People, will walk through ways firm leaders can better navigate through the business with their most valued asses, their people. Lori will cover how to make sure you have the right talent in the right roles, increase the productivity of your people, how to maneuver through change to achieve clarity, and how to boost personal engagement. Lori’s driving desire is to help organizations maximize their effectiveness by building a productive, psychologically safe culture through their most valuable asset, their human capital.
By applying proven psychological theory and finely-honed intuition, Lori generates positive change—and connections—in the workplace, benefiting employees and organizations. By connecting the right people with a specific strategy, she can help maximize performance and break down the barriers that prevent success. What’s holding you—or your team—back? Lori can tell you and guide your team to releasing its full potential.
Lori will be giving away a copy of her book, Get Your Mind on Your People!
Lori’s reputation as an engaging keynote speaker and author is well deserved. Audiences applaud her style, knowledge and down-to-earth perspective. Her expertise covers a wide and diverse range of workplace issues, including culture, organizational performance, team building, strengths management, leadership and human potential. Lori works in many industry sectors but has a specialty and many years of experience in understanding the AEC industry and working with their leaders, teams and managers.
Wednesday, February 6, 2019
11:00 AM – 1:00PM
11:00-11:30am Networking and Welcome
Maggiano’s Little Italy
2 The Blvd, Richmond Heights, MO 63117, USA
Please RSVP by end of day Friday, February 1, 2019
NOTE: To ensure we can comfortably accommodate all attendees, anyone who registers after 02/01/19 will be charged an additional $10 walk-in fee.