ACEC/MA Private Sector Committee Meeting on Zoom
Topic: The Retention Solution: Creating an Exceptional Employee Experience
Staff Retention with SMART Conversations: Paul Weisman
It’s on every businessperson’s mind. And, if it isn’t, it certainly should be. Retention. If COVID has taught us one thing, it’s that employees have unaddressed lifestyle needs that working from home satisfies. Remote work has opened new doors for work-life balance, as individuals can successfully work from anywhere in the world and for anyone in the world. But that is only half of the story. Employee retention and engagement starts and ends with creating an Exceptional Employee Experience, one where people feel appreciated, valued, included, challenged and respected. In our upcoming workshop, we’ll share with you how to do that and more by engaging you in advanced communication skillbuilding that creates “Psychological Safety,” the key that opens the door to retention.
Paul Weisman is President of SMART Conversations®, a trainer, a coach and a management consultant with strong education and business credentials in each practice area. His signature training is SMART Conversations®, an advanced communication skills approach, that helps organizations increase productivity, improve staff retention, foster excellent client service and achieve outstanding results.
In his role as a Certified Professional CTI Co-Active Coach, Paul helps clients achieve their goals by helping them identify their blind spots and learn new communication and leadership skills to achieve high-value results. Paul is also a PE (Professional Engineer) and business leader with two degrees in Civil Engineering from the University of Massachusetts and the University of Michigan.
With more than 32 years in the engineering field, Paul is an accomplished leader. His chief focus has been developing people and business relationships at the C-suite level.
Paul is Co-Founder of The Dignity Institute, a Boston-based nonprofit that helps opportunity youth become self -sufficient.
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