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February 2019 BAHRA Luncheon - Fostering Positive Leadership: Small Shifts that Lead to Big Results with Amy Packer
Thursday, February 21, 2019, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM MDT
Category: Events


WHEN: Thursday, February 21st from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm
WHERE: Nissi’s, 2675 North Park Drive, Lafayette, CO 80026

About This Event: The Gallup Organization research proves that an employee's relationship with their boss determines their productivity & how long they stay with an organization. In this session, we will learn proven tools and practical strategies that may be implemented right away for coaching leaders to engage and retain employees through creating a positive work climate, fostering positive relationships, utilizing positive communication, and helping employees connect their work to greater meaning and purpose.
Rooted in positive psychology research, positive leadership brings out the best in people and organizations.  Positive leaders empower employees to flourish through innovative approaches resulting in achievement of their highest potential.  Research has shown that organizations with positive leadership practices achieve outcomes that surpass the norm in profitability, productivity, quality, innovation, customer satisfaction, and employee engagement/retention.

Through this program attendees will learn practical tools and strategies in the four pillars of positive leadership and how to enable extraordinary performance by coaching leaders to:
1) Foster a positive work climate to empower employees to thrive
2) Develop positive relationships with employees and teams
3) Utilize supportive and positive communication strategies
4) Motivate and engage employees through connecting their work with positive meaning

About the Speaker: 
Amy Packer Headshot  Amy Packer is an organization development consultant and executive coach with over 17 years of experience.  She holds a Master’s degree in Organizational Communication and certificates in Instructional Design and Organization Development.  She has been coaching and consulting with organizations in Colorado and beyond since 2005.
Amy uses a strengths-based approach in working with clients to build the skills they need to work together most effectively and ultimately achieve extraordinary results.  Her passion is helping to bring out the best in organizations and their people by building on the strengths that already exist.  Amy’s specialty in her executive coaching practice is coaching women leaders to remove the barriers that get in the way of reaching their full potential.  She recently completed the Playing Big course with author Tara Mohr and uses these tools with women leaders in individual and group coaching.

Recertification Credit:  This program has been submitted for 1 hour of both HRCI and SHRM Certification credits.
Cost: BAHRA Members - $25.00/ Non-Members - $45.00
At The Door Cost:  BAHRA Members - $35.00/ Non-Members - $55.00.  Note: Walk-ins cannot be guaranteed.
Members of another CO-SHRM Chapter such as MILE HIGH SHRM, NCHRA, etc may attend BAHRA events at the member price.  Enter the discount code of “COSHRM” when you register.
BAHRA Student members attend for $5.00. Enter the discount code “STUDENT” when you register.
Registration: February 21, 2019 BAHRA Chapter Lunch Meeting  Walk-ins cannot be guaranteed. Deadline to register is the Monday before the event at midnight. Please remember that BAHRA only accepts payment by credit card. For registration questions, please contact us at [email protected].
Cancellation Policy:  BAHRA does not offer refunds on cancellations.  If you have questions, please contact us at [email protected]

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NOTE: The opinions and information provided by Boulder Area Human Resource Association event speakers are strictly those of the speakers.  BAHRA does not necessarily endorse their opinions and has not independently verified the information presented.

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