In the post-pandemic era, people are re-evaluating their relationship with their work and their workplace. Many are discovering that it is no longer the priority for them that it once was before the pandemic. They feel let down by leadership within their organizations and are rethinking what’s important and how to reprioritize their work values.
The “Great Resignation” is really being driven by a “Great Reprioritization.” This realization has major implications for our economy, businesses, and the role of talent development.
In this session we will discuss how leaders should realign organizational culture and the way they lead in the post-pandemic workplace to address challenges of retaining talent, facilitating greater levels of collaboration, and creating a deeper sense of purpose and meaning for those they lead.
Because this is an in-person meeting, food and beverages will be provided.
The meeting agenda is as follows:
5:30 - 6:15 pm Networking/Light Dinner
6:15 - 6:30 pm Chapter Announcements
6:30 - 8:00 pm Presentation
Cranaleith Spiritual Center
13475 Proctor Road
Philadelphia, PA 19116
Directions once on the property:
Upon entering the main entrance of Cranaleith, make an immediate right and follow the road leading to the Conference Center. Parking is available outside of the conference center building. Enter the conference center by the main door on the ground floor. Food will be available in the main dining room on the ground floor and the speaker portion of the evening will take place in the main conference room on the second floor.
Stephen G. Hart | Consultant and Executive Coach
Steve is an Executive Coach with The Professional Development Group, LLC, and is also co-founder, Chief Learning Officer, and Senior Consultant with the Agile HR Consortium, LLC. In both organizations, Steve coaches inspiring leaders, develops high performing teams, and helps his clients to create great places to work.
He is now serving his second term as the Chairman of the Board for the Cranaleith Spiritual Center in northeast Philadelphia. In this role, he has helped to lead the organization through the challenges of the pandemic and is one of the architects and facilitators of the newly constituted Work and Spirit Series comprising of conversations and workshops designed to unleash the power of the human spirit in the workplace.
Steve earned an M.S. in Organizational Dynamics from the University of Pennsylvania and a BS from LaSalle University, Philadelphia. He is also a graduate of the Stonier Graduate School of Banking which was then housed at the University of Delaware, and he earned his teaching certification for the UK at the University of Durham, England