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Engagement - The 5 Keys to Increasing and Accelerating Performance
The world’s best performing companies understand the well-researched relationship between employee engagement and business results. They make employee engagement a strategic initiative to drive productivity, energize customer service, improve safety, expand market share, and increase profits.
The focus of this session, presented by Richard Kuepper, will be on increasing and accelerating performance. During the highly interactive session you will learn the 5 keys:
1. Confidence - clearly define goals, roles, and expectations
2. Communication - know, listen, and involve
3. Challenge – stretch, develop, and grow
4. Connect – emotionalize results and link to team
5. Celebrate – acknowledge and reward
The session will conclude with a “real world” challenge that will require full engagement and peak performance from all!
Richard Kuepper is founder and President of L.E.A.D. USA, LLC, a Connecticut based, corporate learning and development company. He has spent the last 17 years delivering dynamic programs to organizations in North America, Asia, the Pacific Rim, and Europe. Rich's ability to design high-impact, customized programs for organizations has him highly sought, as a consultant, speaker and coach in the areas of leadership development, communication, teambuilding, strategic planning, and diversity.
Agenda for Thursday, March 7, 2013
7:45am - Registration opens
8:00am-9:00am – Registration and breakfast
8:45am – Opening remarks
9:00am-10:30am - Program
*If paying registration by check, please make it payable to GPPCMA and submit it to GPPCMA, PO Box 517, Wynnewood, PA 19096 by March 1.
*Guest suppliers are limited to attend two chapter meetings before membership is required.
*Planner members can contact Erica Keagy, Chapter Administrator, at 610-220-1232 or at email@example.com if financial assistance is needed in order to attend.
*Prepayment is required for all guests and students.
Thank you to our sponsor, Visit Indy!
Thank you to the Sheraton Society Hill for hosting this event!
Through our sponsors and hosts, our chapter can bring the highest quality of education to the local chapter level.
Donations needed for Community Service Project
GPPCMA educational programs give us the confidence we need to succeed and perform on a daily basis. So the GPPCMA Community Service Committee hopes you’ll help us pay it forward, and give a little boost of confidence to those in need! At the March meeting, we’ll be collecting some wardrobe basics for kids: socks and underwear for toddlers, children and teens. Children in shelters across our community are always in need of these fundamental items. You’d be amazed at the difference new, clean, intact socks and underwear can make in a kid’s level of confidence. In a rainbow of colors or basic black and whiteh – sporty or dressy - superheroes or princesses – we hope you’ll have fun picking out a few items.
Remember, on March 7th to SOCK IT TO US, GPPCMA!