Topic: Effective Meetings
Loaded with practical information, steps, and tactics this session includes group activities, a group simulation, and action plans to link learning applied to behavioral changes.
When: Tuesday, August 18, 2020 8:15a-10:15a
Speaker: Cindy Hines, SHRM-SCP, SPHR
Senior Consultant/VP of Talent Development
Leadership Strategies Group
About Cindy Hines:
Cindy Hines is a Senior Consultant at Leadership Strategies, and her extensive experience as a Human Resources and Organizational Development leader includes the fast-moving consumer goods industry, banking, manufacturing and health care. She has domestic multi-state and international experience focused on shaping the HR agenda that supports key organizational goals. She has experience collaborating with manufacturing facilities as well as corporate locations.
Cindy has overseen the talent acquisition and talent management strategies as well as several corporate and sales department restructurings and Mergers and Acquisitions. She has led assessment centers across the US that resulted in quality hires and increased retention through selectively hiring and implementing an onboarding process that doesn’t stop after 90 days. Her experience includes culminating HQ offices while executing layoffs and location wind down, while keeping respect and concern for the employees as her primary driver.
She has an MBA from Western Kentucky University and is an adjunct faculty member in the Management Department. Cindy has authored a chapter in the professional book “What’s Next in Human Resources” and is also published in “Cultivating Culture”.
Cindy’s primary focus is workplace investigations, recruiting hard-to-fill positions, HR compliance including Affirmative Action Plans, and M&A’s. She is available to serve as interim HR senior-level positions. Cindy’s passion is helping people and organizations to reach their fullest potential.
To recognize the different purposes of meetings
To improve meeting preparation skills
To examine meeting agendas and incorporate good practices in meeting planning
To learn how to conduct meetings effectively and make them a worthwhile time investment for participants
To practice tactics in your role as facilitator
To use a meeting evaluation tool to assess the effectiveness of a meeting