New Hampshire HR Associations Partner for Employee Engagement
Bob Kelleher key note and book signing
The Manchester and Greater Concord Area Human Resources Associations are partnering up to improve Employee Engagement in New Hampshire. On September 15th, they will be hosting a joint event for Human Resources Professionals, Managers and Business Owners where they will collaborate to learn how to improve employee engagement. Author and key note speaker, Bob Kelleher, will discuss his book, “Louder than Words,” and will focus on ten steps to improve employee engagement. Bob Kelleher will also offer these books at the event for a special reduced price and will be signing these books for attendees.
Michael Klyop, President of the Manchester Area Human Resources Association states, “Engagement is a hot topic in today’s work environment. I am thrilled to have Bob speak to our audience as engagement is key for business leaders and HR Professionals to understand in order to compete in this economy.” Bob Kelleher is a sought after speaker on employee engagement, workforce trends, and leadership. Having been an internal practitioner for many years, Bob’s practical approach and willingness to share best practices have proven to be a winning formula for audiences across the globe.
Bob’s signature keynote is based on his critically acclaimed book Louder Than Words and is often a “call to arms” for leadership teams and conference attendees that engagement must stand the test of time, in both boom and recessionary times. This presentation reinforces the 10 key steps necessary to sustain an engaged culture, improve business results, maintain credibility with employees, while also reinforcing that success involves the “mutual commitment” of both leadership and employees.
The Manchester Area Human Resources Association was originally formed in 1954 by a small group of local professionals who were interested in sharing information and experiences about personnel issues. MAHRA was affiliated with the Society for Human Resource Management in 1973. MAHRA currently maintains a membership of over 180 members representing a diverse range of professionals working in the interests of human resource management for private and public organizations of all types and sizes, as well as education and various service firms that contribute to the needs and goals of the profession. We invite you to learn more about MAHRA at www.mahra.org.
The Human Resources Association – Greater Concord, NH (HRA-GC) is Concord’s local association for human resource professionals and other professionals concerned with knowing and using the best methods to manage their people and organization effectively. For more information about the Human Resources Association—Greater Concord, visit http://hragc.shrm.org/about-us.