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    Creating Line of Sight: How to Get to the Bottom Line Through Your Employees

    Date: November 18, 2015, 7:45am – 9:15am
    Kelly Varner
    The Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel
    215 Innovation Blvd
    State College, PA 16803
    $20 members/$25 guests
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    This interactive seminar will demonstrate the strategies for and benefits of focusing employees' efforts on the things that really matter to their organization.  This session will explore the benefits of creating line of sight between employees' everyday behaviors and bottom line business results AND communicating this link to employees.  The discussion will focus on identifying the factors that motivate various levels of employees to perform and the types of variable pay systems that can be used to reward high performers.  This session will help owners/executives create a system that will attract, motivate, and retain key talent, as well as encourage employees to focus on continuous operational improvement. This session will emphasize the balance between organizational success and individual performance.  This “line of sight” is an employee’s perception of the degree to which his/her contributions are linked to the success of the organization.  We will identify the proper variable pay programs that will create a link between employees’ everyday performance and the organization’s success and explore the concept of using multiple variable pay plans in an organization in order to motivate different groups and levels of employees.

    Attendees will:

    1. Identify key behaviors of all levels of employees and the link between those behaviors and the company's bottom line.
    2. Learn how to create a line of sight in their employees that will motivate them to achieve results.
    3. Determine the types of variable pay that can be used to motivate behaviors that will impact the company's bottom line results.

    Approved for 1 Business Credit (formerly called Strategic credit) for HRCI

    Approved for SHRM Credit

    This program will be presented by Ed Krow, SPHR, CCP, CHCM, Principal with Implementation Management Group, LLC. Ed manages external consulting engagements from the firm’s headquarters in Lititz, Pennsylvania.  Prior to co-founding IMG, Ed’s 20+ years of experience in the Human Resources field included leadership in an HR Consulting practice for a top 25 Accounting firm as well as  his own consulting business, Human Resources Essentials, LLC. Ed also delivered impactful results in Human Resources and Operations Management for United Parcel Service for more than a decade.  Additionally, Ed is currently an adjunct professor at Millersville University, and a frequent speaker for Human Resources conferences, seminars, and professional development sessions, from which he has been quoted in numerous publications