Chairman Bill Morin and President Chuck O'Dell will deliver a presentation entitled "Returning Trust to the Workplace -- Is it Possible?" at the 12th Annual Garden State Council Society for Human Resource Management Conference in November.
"The most successful organizations are those that are able to attract, develop and retain talented people -- people who require developmental opportunities, coaching and feedback," says Morin. "Our presentation will show human resources managers how they can help transform the relationship between their organization and employees by fostering trust-based management."
The session will examine how perceptions of trust in the workplace help and hinder company performance. "Participants will share stories of difficult employee relationships and we will explore possible solutions," says O'Dell. "In addition, audience surveys will reveal insights into general feelings of trust, and we will present interactive case studies."
The conference, entitled "21st Century HR: Measuring Up," offers 42 concurrent sessions, two keynote addresses, executive panels, chapter awards, and more than 40 exhibits.