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Caring Leaders Exhibit 5 Key Behaviors | May 24th, 2017

Location: Robert Half
Address: 125 Park Ave, New York, NY 10017
Date: Wednesday May 24th, 2017
Time: 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM

Please join us on Wednesday May 24th, 2017 between 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM EST for our monthly meeting. In this session, we’ll be discussing why caring leaders exhibit 5 key behaviors to create winning workplaces..

“Help me retain our best people. My advice to managers is to learn how caring can vastly improve teamwork and business outcomes. If you can do this, it will slow down our company churn rate. With a caring work environment we can achieve great things.” CHRO Judy Madison

This is the HR message to the leaders of your company. Create engaged teams and have them focus on the company mission. Retain your best professionals. How do you do that?

On the back of this post from PeopleProductive viewed by 2,400 leaders and managers worldwide, this message has hit a resounding note. In this presentation Michael Wilson shares 3 critical views and invites you to learn from the perspective of any role that you hold:

  1. What are the precursors to caring connections
  2. How caring creates a tightly woven social system essential for successful team building.
  3. How to be a rock star manager whilst retaining your humanity.


We invite you come to listen in person to why caring leaders exhibit 5 key behaviors to create winning workplaces.


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Information about our Speaker Michael Wilson:

michael-wilsonMichael Wilson is currently a Control and Governance Manager for Omnicom Group and has been involved in industries of finance, accounting, banking and manufacturing over the last 25 years. His experience ranges from manufacturing, production engineering, quality control, technology sales, to customer service and support, in various firms such as BDO, Vishay, Bank of Brazil, NCR and National Semiconductor.

Over the last 10 years Michael developed a deep understanding of what truly drives team performance in organizations. His innovations in team management and near zero turnover were cited by Infoweek magazine in an article called “20 Great Ideas To Steal”. He has also coached hundreds of individuals to seek professionalism and meaning in their work and life.


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