Join us for our March dinner meeting to discuss how to "Define and Design Your Career" with Beth Rudy and a new headshot from Barnyard Photography!
HR works hard to recruit talent. Unfortunately, many employees leave because they see no path forward. HR lacks a structured way to help individuals define and design their career to optimize all the resources at their disposal. Often the focus is only on the mission, vision, and goals of the organization. While organizational goals are extremely important, so are the goals of the individuals who work for them. When employers align their goals with those of their employees they have a positive powerhouse of productivity.
During this workshop, Beth will share a nine-step process all HR Professionals can use to help develop individual employees define and design their career. Organizations will maximize their resources and retain valuable talent.
In addition to the workshop and dinner, Barnyard Photography will be at this event to take headshots! Update yours at this event.
- Learn a systematic process to help employees define and design their career within the organization to increase engagement, productivity and retention
- Consider ways to align the organization’s goals with employee career aspirations – replace career uncertainty with career certainty.
- Calculate an employee’s value to an organization
This event is approved for SHRM and HRCI credits.
About the Speaker
Beth Rudy has methodically defined and designed her career to find a job she loves. A frequent speaker at SHRM, she is 2018 MS. UNSTOPPABLE WOMAN AWARD RECIPIENT by The Unstoppable Women's Award Collective in the DC, MD and VA Region for her work to empower and encourage others to take charge of their lives to accomplish healthier lifestyles, career fulfillment, and personal happiness. She is a sought-after coach who has helped many individuals, including HR Professionals reinvent themselves.
Beth Rudy has helped individuals, teams, and organizations accelerate growth, transform their lives, and implement Smart, Savvy Change. As an author, speaker, trainer, and consultant, Beth has defied conventional wisdom and achieved phenomenal success across multiple industries. Her Smart, Savvy Change brand is dedicated to encouraging, equipping, and empowering others to take charge of their personal and professional lives in ways that lead to greater health, fulfillment, and personal happiness.
ABOUT THE SPonsor
This event is brought to you by Goldey-Beacom College, Doctor of Business Administration Program.