Alissa Carpenter & Kim Nash Present: Why Our Employees Are Leaving and What We Can Do About It

  • 11/12/2019
  • 7:30 AM - 9:30 AM
  • The Inn at Swarthmore 10 S. Chester Rd. Swarthmore, Pa. 19081

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November's Keynote Speakers:

Alissa Carpenter & Kimberly Nash


Topic:
Why Our Employees Are Leaving & What We Can Do About It

Key Takeaways: 

Competition for talent in today’s climate is fierce, which means we need to find ways to step up our game and think outside the box! According to Gallup, 51% of currently employed adults in the U.S are searching for new jobs or new opportunities. Compensation and benefits are just not enough to keep top talent. Join us for this interactive presentation as we discuss how to create a workplace culture that attracts, retains, and engages talent across generations.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand why employees are leaving and what they look for in an organization

  • Learn how to create a workplace culture that attracts and retains talent

  • Identify practical adjustments to enhance engagement among your multi-generational workforce 

About the Speakers:


Kimberly A. Nash, MBA, SHRM-SCP, SPHR, CMS

With more than 30 years of business and human resource experience, Kim partners with organizations to provide a variety of business, consulting, compliance management, and human resource related services. In 2017, Kim founded THriv to partner with organizations to join their leaders on their professional development journey through coaching, mentoring, and teaching. Additionally, she delivers a variety of presentations for organizations, conferences, and other events. Most recently, she spoke at the Annual SHRM conference.

Kim also serves as a part-time instructor for Villanova University, George Mason University, Temple University, and Pace University teaching the Professional Human Resource Management course for human resource professionals.

Kim holds the SHRM-SCP certification through the Society of Human Resource Management, the Senior Professional Human Resource certification through HR Certification Institute, the Compensation Management Specialist designation from the International Foundation of Employee Benefits and has completed the John C. Maxwell Certification Program to teach, coach, train, and speak.

Kim is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management and a Past President of the Human Resource Professionals of Central PA. She is a graduate of York College of PA with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Education and holds an MBA/Human Resource Management from the University of Phoenix.


Alissa Carpenter, M.Ed

Alissa Carpenter founded Everything’s Not Ok and That’s Ok in 2015 after more than a decade of work in higher education. She has advised Millennial and GenZ students at top-tier institutions, including the Wharton School and Pennsylvania State University. This gave her a unique sightline into the young professional mindset, shedding light on the widespread need for more dedicated career preparation and team development.

She now offers professional development to companies, alumni groups, and individuals across the country. Alissa works to enhance team communication, teamwork and interpersonal skills with an upbeat personality and true passion for working with others to set and achieve goals.

Alissa has an MEd in Social and Comparative Analysis in Education, is a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach and is certified in the Strong Interest Inventory and Myers Briggs Type Indicator. She has been featured on ABC, CBS, NPR, ABC and quoted in multiple media outlets including CNN Money, and MarketWatch.

She was also a Forbes Contributor where she focused on how Millennials can launch to the next phase of their career using their strengths. Alissa is a TEDx speaker and her book, How to Listen and How to Be Heard: Inclusive Conversations at Work (Career Press) will be released in 2020.


HRCI/SHRM credits are pending for this event

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