May 24, 2023
8:30 - 10:30 a.m.
Frederick County Workforce Services
200 Monroe Center
Frederick, MD 21701
Your employees are your greatest asset. Hiring from within not only keeps institutional knowledge within your organization but it also contributes positively to culture. Every organization needs to ensure a system is in place to recognize and reward talent, even when opportunities aren’t always available. How do you keep your employees committed to learning and growth? We’ll take a look at creating a culture of learning and identify processes are in place to support the management of emerging leaders.
Through this course, you will:
- Establish a culture of constant learning and development
- Techniques for employee development no matter the budget
- Develop performance reviews that actually work
- How to create and maintain a 9 box grid
- Developing a coaching, not managing mentality
Frederick County employers continue to struggle to meet the changing demands of employees and recruits following the pandemic. This workshop is designed to equip small businesses to build leaders from within through effective training, retention, succession planning, and outreach strategies.
About the Business Education Series: FCWS's Business Education Series gives Frederick County businesses an opportunity to learn the latest results-oriented workforce development techniques to expand their workforce and drive their company forward after facing the hardships of the pandemic. These free educational workshops are geared toward business leaders, human resources professionals, and those small business employees who find themselves as the designated HR rep!
Designed in conjunction with community partners, these workshops give high-level, value-added professional training that allow businesses to tap into resources to help them recruit, retain, and develop their workforce.
These workshops are free for all Frederick County businesses negatively impacted by the pandemic.
Programming may be funded partially or in full by the United States Department of Labor. Frederick County Workforce Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Program. Auxiliary Aids and Services are Available Upon Request to Individuals with Disabilities
About the Trainers: Bethany Lord is a leader in the human resources field. Most recently as the SVP, Chief Human Resources and Culture Officer at Woodsboro Bank, she developed a company culture where high performance, innovation, engagement, and teamwork were routine. She has been in HR for 16 years and currently holds both the Professional in Human Resources (PHR) and Society for Human Resources Management Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP) designations. Bethany is a graduate of Frostburg State University where she graduated with a degree in Business Administration, with a concentration in HR, the “business that deals with people”. She is currently enrolled in a master’s program at Liberty University where she is working towards her Master’s in Industrial Organizational Psychology.
She works with companies and individuals to develop knowledge and skills in the business areas that work with people. Her areas of expertise include developing high functioning teams and emerging leaders, executive coaching, HR policies and procedures, and innovative people management techniques