September Partnership Seminar

The war on talent is no laughing matter, but Garrison Wynn, stand-up comedian turned Fortune 500 executive and keynote speaker, addresses this critical issue in a high-impact and entertaining format unlike any you’ve attended before.

In an environment where there are more jobs than job seekers, it is up to executive leaders to use their influence to attract key, new talent, and positively shape the opinions employees have about their job and their company.

In this research-backed seminar we’ll look at critical components of building an extraordinary workplace, including gaining buy-in without manipulation, turning disputes into workable collaborations, and most importantly, fostering a culture that makes people feel valued.

  • DATE
    September 24, 2019


    8:30 a.m.–9:15 a.m. Registration and Breakfast
    9:15 a.m.–10:45 a.m. Seminar


    PSA Learning Center
    11311 McCormick Rd, Suite 500
    Hunt Valley, MD 21031


    C-Level & HR Professionals


    Lindsay Schneider

The impact of this program reaches far beyond the session itself, creating an emotional shift that fuels immediate results. Plus, with Garrison’s honed comedic approach, you will never have so much fun working on your business.

You’ll gain practical, easy to implement strategies, including:

  • How to manage top performing, difficult employees
  • Increasing employee retention by effectively influencing talent
  • Creating an interview process that gets candidates to choose you, even when the competition is offering higher pay
  • Reducing the resistance to change from employees

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