Should They Stay or Should They Go? How to Hire and Retain the Best Employees
Your vision for your organization includes the evolution of your workforce into a strong, competent customer service delivery system. In a time when many employers are trying to do more with fewer resources, your staff has to be as efficient as possible. In this session, we will explain the most successful strategies to hire and retain peak performers, decrease your turnover, and reduce your overall employee costs. You will be amazed at the savings that can be realized by utilizing these proven tools to help your organization make the right hiring decisions the first time. As for the employees you already have, we will show you strategies for maximizing their potential as well as their personal and professional development.
About the Speaker
Director of EAP Operations
Cheryl Raudenbush has been with Mazzitti & Sullivan Counseling & EAP Services for over 15 years. Cheryl is the Director of EAP Operations.
Cheryl has concentrated her efforts in providing the most innovative assessment tools for hiring and succession planning to corporate clients through a partnership with TTI (Target Training Institute-Scottsdale Arizona). Working closely with HR to assist corporations in hiring and retaining superior performers in the workplace is a priority. Cheryl is certified as: (CPBA)-Certified Professional Behavior Analyst, (CPMA)-Certified Professional Motivator Analyst, and trained in CISM (Critical Incident Stress Management).
Cheryl also specializes in on-site Job Benchmarking, Employee and Supervisor De-briefing, Personal/Professional Development Plans, Individual Coaching & Executive Coaching, Individual Career Assessments, and On site Conflict Resolution processes for groups, departments and corporate-wide upon request.
Current training focuses: Effective Communication, Employee Engagement, Excellent Supervisors, Stress Management, Dealing With Difficult People, Managing Conflict, Work/Life Balance, Emotional Intelligence, Excellence As A Manager and Interactive Team-building.