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    Accelerating Peak Performance

    Date: September 19, 2012, 11:00am – 1:30pm
    Tarleton Dining Hall
    Room 218
    $30.00 for members, $40.00 non members, $15.00 students
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    Don MacPherson presents "Accelerating Peak Performance"

     Peak employee performance requires support throughout the organization. In order to reach their potential, employees need leaders who can guide them, they need to be onboarded effectively and they need to be engaged in their work. Grounded in fresh data and research, this energizing presentation will show what roles organizations, leaders and employees themselves play in creating an environment of peak employee and organizational performance. Click here for the registration form.

     Key Takeaways:

    • How to recruit, hire, and onboard employees with peak performance potential
    • What managers and senior leaders need to do to drive employee engagement to enable peak performance
    • How to measure and manage employee performance
    • When to attempt to re-engage an underperforming employee and when to move them out of the organization
    • How to attract peak performing employees who have left the organization

     Don MacPherson is an employee performance expert with over 17 years of industry experience. As President of the human capital measurement company, Modern Survey, Don oversees the organization’s consulting and employee measurement practices. Don’s areas of expertise include understanding employee and customer motivations, developing effective leadership, and creating processes for gathering employee feedback.

    A candid and energizing speaker grounded in real-world experience, Don has presented to a range of audiences including state-wide HR conferences, academic institutions, business leadership networks, as well as on-site training groups and executive-level gatherings with leaders from some of the largest companies in the United States. As a presenter, Don promotes interactive discussion and uses hard data and personal stories to stimulate audiences to think critically about important issues.