Paul Meshanko, president and CEO of Legacy Business Cultures will be speaking at the Toledo Area Human Resources Association (TAHRA) and the Greater Lorain County SHRM Chapter (GLCC SHRM) this month. His topic will be The Respect Effect.
On Tuesday, May 13, Meshanko speaks at the TAHRA meeting in Perrysburg, Ohio at the Hilton Garden Inn from 9:00 – 10:00 am. TAHRA is a local affiliate of the Society for Human Resource Management. TAHRA is a dynamic, growing chapter that has received SHRM’s Superior Merit Award for outstanding chapter achievement.
“We eagerly anticipate Paul’s presentation on The Respect Effect to our organization. We hope to be inspired by his perspective, strategies and the ways in which to apply these concepts as powerful leadership tools,” declared members of TAHRA.
Later that week on Thursday, May 15, Meshanko will present again on The Respect Effect this time for the GLCC SHRM at the Spitzer Center at Lorain County Community College in Elyria, Ohio from noon – 1:00 pm. The GLCC SHRM Chapter represents more than 105 members, all decision makers working in Human Resource Management. All members live, work or their company does business in Lorain County.
“As a group of seasoned HR professionals from a variety of industries in the Lorain County area, we purposefully gather each month to hear an inspiring message from the best professionals in our area. Paul Meshanko is the perfect complement to our purpose; we look forward to a great presentation that day,” said Cindi Trubach, Programming Chair.
Based on his highly acclaimed book, The Respect Effect: Using the science of neuroleadership to inspire a more loyal and productive workplace, author and speaker Paul Meshanko goes beyond the typical “feel good” themes of organizational culture and digs deeply into the topics of evolution, psychology and neuroscience to show how powerful of a catalyst Respect can be.
Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) has more than 575 affiliate chapters both in the United States and abroad, which provide additional programming and networking opportunities in your local area. SHRM chapters are autonomous organizations, so it is not automatic that you will be a member of your local chapter when you join SHRM at the national level, and vice versa.
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