By: Celina Peerman
Whether someone is new to HR or they’ve been in HR for many years, it is helpful to review the many roles and responsibilities they have within the organization. This workshop examines what it takes to be an effective leader today with topics such as building skills and strengthening resiliency to bounce back under the pressure and weight of our responsibilities, modeling the very best examples for employees, and learning some new “words to say” in even the most difficult times. This workshop helps HR staff develop the participative leadership styles required to successfully build diverse teams and work within complex systems.
Objectives of this presentation include:
- Review current research on HR competencies and skills for next 10 years
- Evaluate throughs self-assessment next steps for professional improvement to increase performance and retention
- Apply steps to help other HR Professionals and Business leaders understand the importance of evolving competencies in profession
About the Speaker:
Celina Peerman serves as an organizational behavior specialist with over 24 years of experience from front line to senior level positions, in a wide range of industries and organizations. She is passionate about engaging our human resources in innovative ways to achieve even better organizational results. Celina has led successful workshops and designed training for a variety of companies in all types of settings. She has also presented at numerous conferences for local, state and national audiences. Her work in Southeast Asia, Canada and Central America gave additional operations experience, further developing her strong international interests. While she loves the travel and the way it stretches her own learning, she is passionate about helping Iowa companies even more. Making sure we are well prepared to recruit and keep the best people and companies right here is priority. Celina’s focus is to provide quality training and services that directly contribute to service for all stakeholders and in particular – the retention of front-line staff and strength of first-line supervisors. Her passion is for how people behave at work; the good, the bad and the worst. She is practical, professional and focuses on ways to help participants apply learning back on the job. Celina’s style has been described as dynamic noting the ability to draw in even the most resistant attendees through real life examples and humor.