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    Leading and Motivating Employees

    Date: January 9, 2018, 11:30am – 1:30pm
    Shauneen Scott
    Mexico Room #304, Broadway Commons 1300 Broadway St, Salem, Oregon
    $30.00 per SHRM members. $35.00 for non-members.
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    SHRMA Presents:

    Leading and Motivating Employees


    All supervisors and managers--especially those newly responsible for directing the work of others--can become change agents if they understand the role of the "leader." To develop this understanding, you must start with an awareness of your own communication style and how it affects others, as well as develop an appreciation for the different ways people approach work and are motivated to achieve. This seminar focuses on leading to affect change and accomplish desired results. Participants learn to assess and understand their individual styles and behaviors, and then analyze how these attributes can be harnessed in a leadership role. The seminar also examines powerful methods for motivating employees.


    Robert Elliott, MFA

    “Unique,” “life-changing,” rewarding,” invaluable,” “the real thing.” These are the ways audiences applaud Robert Elliott’s high-energy professional development programs.

    As an educator, speaker and leadership coach, Robert has worked with individuals, groups, and organizations throughout North America, Asia, Micronesia and Europe. He has conducted his Creating Quality leadership, communication, and team building programs with senior managers, middle management, and support personnel from federal and state agencies, the military, law enforcement, and county and city governments. In addition, he has worked with Fortune 500 companies such as Alcatel Networking, Edison International, the Symantec Corporation, Wells Fargo and General Motors as well as with smaller companies in the fields of healthcare, technology, insurance, entertainment, and manufacturing. He has also served on the business faculties of UCLA, UC Berkeley, UC Irvine, UC Santa Cruz, San Diego State University and Loyola Marymount University Extension Programs.

    Robert earned a Bachelor’s Degree with Honors in Political Science from the University of California at Berkeley, and a Master of Fine Arts from Sarah Lawrence College. He also holds a Black Belt (Second Degree) in Aikido.

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