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Emeline Schindler(not a XING member)26 Apr 2010, 3:22 pm
The current administration's agenda calls for public agencies to create a culture of accountability, innovation and engagement. Research by the Hay Group shows the behavior of leaders can predict with a high level of accuracy the organizational climate and commitment of engaged talent. Moreover, an engaged workforce outperforms less captivating environments by 15 to 30 per cent. This webcast covers how effective leaders can engage, collaborate, execute, innovate, and generate results in any situation. Whether you're a top leader, middle manager or supervisor, you will leave with insight and ideas about how to create accountability with leadership behaviors that engage talent and produce results.
Please Join Us for our Complimentary webcast this coming Friday (http://bit.ly/9YmdWE). If you are unavailable at that time we do have recasts scheduled over the next two weeks. We also have an eBriefing of this event for easy reference (http://bit.ly/amTYRw).
We are honored to have the following Featured Presenters joining us for this webcast:
Sr. Consultant, McClelland Center for Innovation and Research
Hay Group, Inc.
Scott Spreier, a senior consultant in the Hay Group's McClelland Center for Innovation and Research, assists clients with a wide range of leadership development, talent management, and strategic communications initiatives, all focused on enhancing organizational performance.
Scott focuses primarily on helping senior executives and their organizations enhance their leadership and talent management to address key business issues, including mergers and acquisitions, sustainable growth, and strategic alignment.
His clients include a number of Fortune 500 companies and represent a wide range of industries, including technology, pharmaceuticals, healthcare, consumer products, telecommunications, transportation, natural resources, and manufacturing. Among the clients he has worked with: Microsoft, Anglo American, Caterpillar, AeroMexico, Unilever, State Farm Insurance, and Verizon.
Scott has published a number of articles on leadership and talent management. His work has appeared in Harvard Business Review, FORTUNE, Leader to Leader, and Across the Board. He co-wrote People, Performance, & Pay (Simon & Schuster, 1997), and was a contributing author to Culture Shift (AHA Press, 1997) and The Executive Handbook of Compensation (Free Press, 2001). He is currently working on a book about high-performing executive teams. Before joining Hay Group, Scott operated his own strategic communications consultancy and worked as a writer and editor for several large news organizations. He earned a BS degree in Journalism from the University of Kansas.
Hay Group, Inc.
Jeff Shiraki is a Vice President with Hay Group. He works with senior executives and management teams to help them clarify business strategies, align organization structures and people, and design human resource management practices to increase revenue, productivity, customer service, and financial results.
Jeff has over twenty years experience in the design and delivery of organization improvement and strategic change projects in the United States, Mexico, South America, Europe, Japan, China, and Australia. He has worked with organizations implementing growth strategies, mergers and acquisitions, rapid expansion, downsizing and refocusing of operations.
His client base spans Global Fortune 500 companies to small start-ups, executive teams to front-line supervisors, across industries such as pharmaceuticals, health care, retail, government, financial services, technology, telecommunications, transportation, consumer products, manufacturing, natural resources, energy, and professional services.
VP, Head of Federal Practice
Hay Group, Inc.
Connie J. Schroyer, Ph.D. is a Vice President and heads up Hay Group's Federal Sector. She has over 20 years experience in helping organizations implement their strategy through leadership development/coaching, executive assessment, succession planning, talent management, top team development, organizational assessment, and design of competency-based human resource development programs. Her work has resulted in helping organizations to gain clarity among their executives around how they can better meet their organization's strategic goals.
Since joining Hay Group eighteen years ago, Dr. Schroyer has worked with numerous private and public sector clients at the senior executive level. She has provided leadership development and executive coaching to help leaders at all levels improve their business results. Her clients include BAE Systems, Intelsat, SRA International, Cisco Systems, Booz Allen Hamilton, SAIC, FDIC, IRS, US Postal Service, Department of Defense, Department of Interior, US Mint, GSA, T Rowe Price, and Verizon, She also works with local not-for-profits such as The Nature Conservancy, Hillel, Melwood, and AARP.
Dr. Schroyer also works with clients to help them improve their top team effectiveness, selection processes, and succession planning through executive assessments and assessment centers. She is responsible for the assessment and on-boarding of executive hires at major companies and also runs assessment centers to help companies in their succession planning efforts.
Dr. Schroyer is a frequent speaker on topics such as leadership effectiveness, organizational culture, Emotional Intelligence, and competency-based human resources systems. She is also an experienced facilitator who has led groups ranging from 5 to 500 on topics such as consensus building, culture change, and Emotional Intelligence. Dr. Schroyer is a senior assessor for the Hay Group, and is a member of the Global Accreditation Team for Executive Assessment.