In the human resources, book coaching, writing, and speaking professions, one person comes to mind as an expert in all four. Cathy Fyock. Because Cathy is so well-connected and admired in multiple professions, I thought of her immediately when I needed an inspiring speaker on the topic of “Becoming a Woman of Influence.” In my mind, Cathy was the epitome of a respected, influential woman, and the perfect example for attendees of our first women’s leadership conference. Her program was both uplifting and enlightening, and left our participants feeling energized and empowered to go forth and make a difference. The feedback I have received about Cathy’s program has been very positive. –Shelly Trent, Louisville SHRM
But think about your role as a learner when you were learning to tie your shoes, drive a car, or learn about your new hobby. Didn’t you have an insatiable curiosity about that skill that would serve you well, take you to new places, or provide hours of entertainment?
How do organizations create a culture that fosters intellectual curiosity so that organizations can become learning organizations—those that can maintain relevancy, adapt to change and survive competitive forces, as stated by Peter Senge? Management expert Cathy Fyock shares five ideas about how to take ownership of your career development so that you (and your organization) will survive through turbulence.
The powerful seminar will allow HR professionals to develop the sought–after skill sets that will allow you to help your organization achieve its strategic goals and objectives!
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Selecting the best people for your team is challenging if you don’t have the right tools and know–how. Join Cathy Fyock, author of Get the Best, Hiring Source Book, and The Truth about Hiring the Best to learn what it takes to make excellent choices in talent selection.