Finders Keepers: Retaining Top TalentDate: Wednesday, January 20, 2021
Time: 02:00 PM ET / 01:00 PM CT / 12:00 PM MT / 11:00 AM PT [Prevailing Time]
Presenter(s): Shawn Miller, Principal, Morrison
Objective: Attendees will define healthy turn over and what it should look like in a high performing organization. Each will demonstrate what causes people to leave and what motivates then to stay as well as develop a strategy for keeping the best people.
Field of Study: Personnel / Human Resources
Program Level: Basic
CPE Credit: 1 Credit Hour
Delivery Method: Group Internet-based
No advanced preparation or prerequisites are required for this course.
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This 60-minute CLN, Finders Keepers: Retaining Top Talent, will focus on strategies to retain an organization's number one resource, people! Designed to help participants define healthy what healthy turnover looks like in a healthy organization, the session will help those attending identify why people leave and what motivates them to to stay. How can those responsible for the organization's talent develop a strategy for keeping the best people but more importantly how can managers help keep that strategy moving in the right direction?
Presenter and Moderator Bios
Shawn Miller joined Morrison in 2016 and leads their People Solutions Services practice area, serving clients in industries including agribusiness, manufacturing and processing, distribution, health care, and non-profit, focusing on executive recruiting, organizational development, outsourced and interim human resources management, and human resources advisement and compliance. He has his SPHR (inactive), is Certified, Hogan Assessments, Certified, Targeted Selection Behavior Interviewing, Certified, Det Norske Veritas Loss Control Management System, Certified, ISO 9000 Internal Audit, and Industry Operations and Human Resources Background. Shawn's expertise includes strategic planning and mission development, compensation planning, leadership training, psychometric evaluations, succession planning, human resources audits / best practices assessments, and recruitment. Shawn previously served in human resources manager and quality & compliance positions for NIBCO, Inc., a manufacturer of valves, fittings, and flow control products that operates manufacturing facilities throughout the United States, Mexico, and Poland. Additionally, he has held operations or production manager positions at Dometic, overseeing their US based refrigerator manufacturing process; Global Building Products, a US based manufacturer of steel doors and windows for commercial construction; and Dutch Mills, Inc., a manufacturer of high-end furniture and cabinetry. Shawn also founded and operated a manufacturer of high quality furniture, cabinetry, and millwork products. Shawn became SPHR certified in 2003 and holds a bachelor's degree from Cedarville University, Ohio.
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