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    Capitalize on the Role Human Capital Plays in Everything presented by Susan Shald

    Date: June 14, 2018, 11:15am – 1:00pm
    Holiday Inn
    5 E. Baxter Lane
    Bozeman, MT
    $15 for GVHRA Members/$40 for Non-Members
    Event Type:
    GHVRA Hosted - Meeting
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    Generally, the GVHRA meetings are held according to the following schedule; however, please refer to the specific meeting flyer sent via email from the GVHRA President as dates/times/locations are subject to change.

    11:15 a.m.—11:30 a.m.: Registration
    11:30 a.m.—Noon: Lunch
    Noon– 1:00 p.m.: PRESENTATION

    Last year you heard Susan Shald from Gallup deliver a message on Strengths-Based Leadership.  At our June meeting she will help us learn how to “Capitalize on The Role Human Behavior Plays in Everything”.  She will share how Gallup’s microeconomic model was designed for optimizing your organization.

    The Gallup Microeconomic Path is a framework for harnessing human potential to accelerate your company’s performance.  Gallup’s consultants leverage their knowledge of this path to help you address the right steps in the right order, improving the way your organization operates.  With proven links to productivity, customer engagement, quality, retention, safety, and profit.  Gallup’s unique employee engagement approach blends strategic analysis with practical steps and advice to change how leaders view their work, their employees, and their customers.  The best-led organizations know that the most direct path to individual, team, and organizational improvement begins with a primary investment in their employees’ greatest talents.  The key is to discover what’s naturally right with people, then build on it.  

    BIO of Presenter:  Susan Shald, Director of Talent Sourcing for Gallup, develops partnerships to ensure a pipeline of knowledge workers and future leaders. Susan specializes in three areas: campus recruiting and employment branding in the western United States; building and developing Gallup’s client service teams; and mentoring and coaching Gallup’s talent resources teams in Japan.

    As the Director of Talent Sourcing, Susan uses Gallup’s strengths-based hiring approach to ensure that candidates are positioned in roles which honor their individual talent and allow them to grow to their fullest potential. Since joining Gallup in 1996, Susan has helped the company hire more than 3,000 associates. Susan takes pride in making sure that all candidates that she interacts with have a great experience as they research the organization, participate in interviews, and onboard with Gallup.

    Prior to joining Gallup, Susan worked in the private vocational school industry. She served in senior-level positions and worked in multischool environments in Charlotte, North Carolina; Kansas City, Missouri; Los Angeles, California; and Lincoln and Omaha, Nebraska.

    Susan received her bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Nebraska at Kearney. She received her master’s degree in business administration from Central Michigan University. She has received certification as a Professional in Human Resources (PHR) from HRCI and SHRM-CP from the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).

    Susan is an active member of the Yellowstone Valley Chapter of the Society for Human Resources Management and has served on the board of directors as vice president of membership and of marketing. She serves on the Montana State University Career & Internship Services Advisory Board. Susan is an active member of the MBA Career Services & Employer Alliance and has co-chaired conferences and regional gatherings. She resides in Billings, Montana, and is a graduate of Leadership Billings.

    To make a reservation, please click on the "Reservations" tab on the website, then search for the appropriate meeting date.  The hotel requires a 48 hours confirmation of attendees for catered events; therefore, reservation links are active two weeks prior to the event and close the Monday prior to the event.  Also, let us know when you RSVP if you will need any accommodation.

    RSVPs help the GVHRA board, presenter, facility and caterers to accommodate all attendees.  Members who make a reservation and DO NOT attend will be charged.  Additionally, copies of presentation materials and food may not be available for those who do not RSVP.