Thanks to advances in technology, society is more connected than ever before. And yet, people are feeling less connected. There is a difference between the ACT of connecting and the ART of connecting. Connecting in-person or virtually and strengthening our skills using those connections is an art form we haven’t mastered.
Whether you are meeting someone for the first time or working on building relationships with team members, this mini conference will help you discover tips to help you “click” with your contacts and colleagues. Once you’ve made those connections, learn how to harness the power and wisdom of your network.
Join us, along with international speaker and author, Shannon Tipton, in-person Wednesday, April 20. During our time together, we'll learn what it means to connect with people as we move to a "new normal", what to do with our new connections and how we can harness the wisdom and power of our connections. We will also participate in a use-case panel discussion.
This program has been pre-approved for 4 PDCs in partnership with FM Human Resource Association.
FMHRA is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP®or SHRM-SCP® recertification activities.
Facilitator: Shannon Tipton
As the owner of Learning Rebels, Shannon Tipton has worked with organizations to help L&D partner with businesses to transform learning and help people realize their full potential.
Recognized as bringing real-world expertise into the learning field; Shannon develops strategies and frameworks to unlock the learning potential of your business. Learning Rebels is focused on helping organizations “think differently about training” by integrating modern learning concepts coupled with evidence-informed approaches to achieve business results.
As the author of “Disruptive Learning” Shannon speaks internationally about “Learning in the Modern Workplace”. Shannon’s top 100 learning blog can be found at learningrebels.com.
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