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    Creating Effective Employee Development Plans

    Date: February 1, 2013, 12:00pm
    Alaska SHRM State Council
    Complimentary Webinar
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    Developing an employee involves improving his or her skills in their current job as well as developing them for future responsibilities and new positions.  As manager, it is your job to develop your people.  Many companies are now holding managers responsible for the development of their employees and make employee development a part of the manager’s performance appraisal. Attend this presentation to learn how to create an individual development plan, how to work with the employee, how to monitor and measure progress.

    This program is pre-approved for HRCI General Credit


    Senior Associate Arielle Schram brings more than 10 years of business management experience and over 12 years’ training and development experience.

    Mrs. Schram’s experience in the industries of oil and gas, education, real estate development, hospitality and non-profit organizations, coupled with her graduate work in Strategic Communication and Leadership, make her particularly adept at navigating organizational structure and development as well as employee relations on behalf of TGC clients.  

    She specializes in training, facilitation and one-on-one performance coaching. Her training sessions provide our clients with an informative, interactive and down-to-earth approach leaving attendees with a reference point by which to take the training tools back to the office for immediate implementation.

    Mrs. Schram has experience in wage analysis, recruiting, conflict management/resolution and establishing cross-departmental collaboration. Arielle holds certificates in “Managing Aggressive Behaviors, Attitudes and Emotions” and “Strategies for Increasing Retention.”

    Arielle has spent over four years conducting in-depth specialized work within the Alaskan Native communities, understanding the balance of culture and business for the mutual benefit of all.

    Arielle’s experience as a college instructor of organizational psychology, business management and public speaking combined with her professional experience provides her with the balance necessary to deliver both theory and real life application when working with clients in developing leadership, enhancing executive team effectiveness, organizational assessment and building company culture.