Dec
11
11:00 AM11:00

Grow Your Business by Growing Your People

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Do you want a competent organization? One that consistently delivers exceptional value for your customers? Of course you do! (Who doesn’t?) Yet most organizations are structured and managed in ways that stifle competence and reduce performance. There’s a better way.

 A talent-first strategy is the key to unlocking the potential of your organization, delivering quantum increases in customer value while creating an atmosphere that guarantees employee engagement.

Join us to learn how to apply the latest research so you can:

 1. Truly understand the impact of competency on your organization’s key performance indicators

2. Evaluate your current practices for articulating competencies in your organization, and how this impacts recruiting, retention and engagement

3. Build the foundation for creating and maintaining an elite, competency-based organization

 PRESENTER

Jeff Griffiths, FCMC CTDP - Consulting Services Director at Griffiths Sheppard Consulting Group, Inc

Jeff Griffiths is a Certified Management Consultant (CMC) specializing in workforce and organizational development, and the link to performance. Since 1988, he has focused on creating high performing learning organizations.

Jeff is a leading Canadian authority on competency-based training and certification, and an advocate for truly competency-based organizations. He has been involved in talent identification and development at all levels, from senior management through to front line workers, and is a vocal proponent of integrated workplace learning and the adoption of advanced apprenticeship methods for developing all talent segments in the economy.

Jeff is a Fellow (FCMC) of the Institute of Certified Management Consultants of Alberta, holds the Certified Training and Development Professional (CTDP) designation from the Institute for Performance and Learning, and is a Senior Fellow with the Canada West Foundation, where he has collaborated on a number of research papers that have informed Canadian public policy in the realm of skills and workforce development.

AUDIENCE

Leaders who want to grow their organizations

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