Toronto, CANADA (PRWEB) September 8, 2004 -
growing list of hot topics at the 3rd Annual Power of the People Gala Event in Phoenix, Arizona, October 24-26th.
Jon Katzenbach, Senior Partner of Katzenbach Partners, LLC, a New York City-based consulting firm, knows how companies can achieve peak performance and heÂs making the trip to Phoenix, Arizona to share his ideas. In a session entitled, Integrating Pride into Leadership Systems to Strengthen Performance, Katzenbach will explain how frontline employees' pride in their work yields motivation, increasing organizational performance.
Dick Beatty, a Professor of Human Resource Management at Rutgers University, will also bring his expertise to the podium this October. His lessons in human resource management will bring insight into the design and implementation of strategic change initiatives through intellectual capital.
In addition, HR.com welcomes coaching firm DBM to the event. The two companies will offer Senior HR executives a chance to work with DBM executive coaches. The experience will provide additional value to HR.comÂs attendees. DBM will select coaches from their network who have specific business experiences. During each session, the coach will:
Â§ Present feedback from the assessment
Â§ Learn what specific development goals and challenges the client may be facing,
Â§ Lay the groundwork for creating an action plan
Online registration is required and space is limited.
For more information on the Power of the People Gala Event log on to http://events.hr.com/2004gala/Gala_IntroPage.html and discover the possibilities.
HR.com (http://www.hr.com) is committed to providing Human Resources professionals with the information, tools and resources they need to successfully manage the people side of their business. HR.com provides daily news, an online library of over 6,000 articles, the widest selection of Human Capital Research, online learning seminars, and high-end conferences uniting vendors with strategic buyers.
DBM (http://www.dbm.com) is the world's leading provider of strategic human resource solutions that help organizations align their workforces to meet changing business needs. Known for over 35 years for its innovative and effective career transition services, DBM offers in-depth capabilities in employee transition, retention, development, and selection. Founded in 1967, the company has more than 230 locations in over 51 countries.
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