My first order of business as the 2015 President is to thank Vivian Langley, 2014 President, and the 2014 THEF board members. While we've had a successful chapter over the years, Vivian and her team took us to the 'next level' in terms of educational meetings, our first networking event, and joint educational programming with other organizations. In addition, Vivian doubled our board membership from a few dedicated professionals to a full complement of folks who are working on your behalf to provide the education, networking, communication, and overall value of your ACHE membership. In this newsletter, I would like to highlight the plans for this year's full calendar of activities and invite all of our members to join us both as participants as well as enlisting your help if anyone is interested in supporting our educational and networking initiatives.
To be successful in the workplace, it is imperative to be a strong listener. Listening enables leaders to not only take in information objectively before analyzing the information and using it to make decisions, but also to show respect to the person speaking. If the below habits sound familiar, work to eliminate them.
According to PwC Saratoga’s Human Capital Effectives Report 2013/14, 22 percent of new employees leave within their first year. Successfully engaging a new hire increases retention rates and can go a long way to increasing employee engagement. Below are five ways to successfully welcome a new hire.
Thank you to our 2015 Sponors:
Wake Forest PA School
If you are interested in becoming a 2015 sponsor, contact Mark Watson, Sponsorship Chair.
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