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    Strengths in the Workplace

    Date: June 12, 2019, 11:30am
    WKHRMA (Hays)
    Robbins Center
    Fort Hays State University
    One Tiger Place
    Hays, KS 67601
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    Is it best to spend time utilizing your strengths or is it more productive to work on fixing your weaknesses? The Gallup Strengths theory contends that people should spend the majority of their time doing what they do best; using their already existing natural talents to become more productive and profitable in the workplace and at home. We will spend the hour diving into tools you can use to discover clues to your natural talents. We will also discuss tactics for leveraging your (and others’) talents for the success of your organization. Living your best life, at work and at home, begins when you tap into your unique talents.

    Our Speaker:  Sabrina William & Hannah Hilker, FHSU Management Development Center

    Sabrina William is the Director of the Management Development Center (MDC), a division of the Robbins College of Business & Entrepreneurship (RCOBE) at Fort Hays State University. Sabrina has over 15 years of experience in economic development and has worked effectively in leading projects, organizing teams, managing organizational budgets and working within the guidance of boards. She enjoys meeting facilitation and work with non-profit organizations and has three years' experience facilitating training and development workshops. She has a Master of Liberal Studies with a concentration in Organizational Leadership, a B.S. in Business Administration, and recently received a Human Resource Management Certificate, all through FHSU.

    Hannah Hilker is the Training Specialist for the Management Development Center (MDC), where she trains on a variety of different topics, including CliftonStrengths, customer service, and communication. Hannah's primary experience is in the tourism & hospitality industry. At Visit Wichita, the Convention & Visitor's Bureau in Wichita, KS, Hannah managed the CVB's social media platforms and website, assisted in digital content development and marketing strategy, and worked on public relations efforts. She completed her M.A. in Communication Studies at Wichita State University & her B.A. in Mass Communication at Southwestern College, where she played collegiate golf.

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    Roundtable Topic:  “How do you help supervisors manage generational differences in the workplace?” 

    Time and Location: Chapter meetings are held monthly on the second Wednesday of the month at the Robbins Center on the FHSU campus in Hays. Luncheon meetings begin with registration at 11:15 a.m. and the business meeting starting at 11:30 a.m.  The program is held after the business meeting and concludes around 1:00 p.m.

    Our Sponsors:  TBD