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Guest Speaker: Kevin Sheridan
For nearly 30 years, Kevin Sheridan has been a high-level Human Capital Management consultant. Previously, he was the Founder, Chief Engagement Officer and Chief Consultant of HR Solutions International, a company he started in March of 1995, specializing in teaching the "Best Practices" of Employee Engagement and the measurement thereof. In December of 2011, Kevin sold HR Solutions and founded Kevin Sheridan LLC, a Management Consultancy focused on: Employee Engagement, Dynamic Keynote Speeches and Magnetic Leadership Development advice.
Kevin is a best-selling author of Building a Magnetic Culture®, published by McGraw-Hill, which appeared on six Best Seller lists, including: the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Amazon.com, Barnes&Noble.com, and The Washington Post. He is also the author of The Virtual Manager, published by Career Press; a book which offers cutting-edge solutions to successfully managing remote workers and virtual work teams.
Hiring Right: The Foundation for Building a Magnetic Culture
Improving the quality of hire is the first step to creating a Magnetic Culture and is the foundation to Talent Management Success. People will join your company, and stay on board because they like working with others who are already on your team. But how do you hire these people who become a positive force in your organization? New York Times author and Human Capital Management expert Kevin Sheridan shares how he’s helped some of the world’s largest corporations break down detrimental processes and rebuild a culture that fosters productive engagement.
- What is a magnetic culture and what are the bottom line and myriad benefits to employee engagement
- Learn why candidate selection is one of four critical steps in hiring for a magnetic culture
- Finding and determining whether a candidate will be an engaged employee
- Learn how to leverage revealing behavioral interview questions and act on "non-negotiable" things you might see during the interview
SHRM Recertification Credit: 1 PDC
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