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The Ground Floor Leader: A Manager's Guide to Hiring and Retaining Future Leaders

Friday, April 15, 2016 1:00pm - 2:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Dan Schwartz, Talent Experience Specialist, BKD

People are the lifeblood of an organization. Yet employers continuously rate engagement and retention as one of their top challenges. How can you leverage the hiring process to create an engaged and thriving workforce? Learn how looking for leadership qualities in your hires will lead to higher productivity rates, increased sales and happier people who love coming to work.

Join us for this session and learn from Author and Ground Floor Leader Dan Schwartz on how to maximize the effectiveness of your hiring process develop the very best talent to grow your organization and transform your workplace.
In this webinar, you’ll learn from Dan how you can:


• Create the right job description to attract the right candidate
• Interview for natural strengths and capabilities
• Conduct a proper culture fit assessment
• Onboard new employees easily and effectively
 

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Dan Schwartz
Dan Schwartz

Talent Experience Specialist, BKD

Dan Schwartz is the Founder and Chief Education Officer of the Ground Floor Leadership Institute, a website dedicated to empowering leaders with content to positively influence employees on the ground floor of an organization. Dan is the Author of Winning Strategies and TD at Work: Managing as a Ground Floor Leader. Dan is also a member of the coaching staff at Campus Career Coach. He has published several articles on leadership development, employee development, adult learning theory and employee engagement. Dan has also spoken to thousands of college students on career and college success. To learn more, visit www.groundfloorleadership.com. 


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