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    2020 Vision: Workforce Challenges and Opportunities

    Date: November 18, 2015, 5:00pm
    The Rutgers Club 199 College Avenue New Brunswick, NJ 08901
    $35 SMA-Members $45 Non-Members $25 In Transition $15 Matriculated Students $10 more at the door
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    Presented by

    Laurie Murphy,
    PeopleAreKey, Inc.

    During the next several years, some key emerging and accelerating workforce trends will create either increasing challenges or opportunities, depending on whether organizations are informed and being led proactively with foresight, or otherwise. Those that do not anticipate the potential impact of workforce trends and/or begin to plan how to address them will surely compromise their potential for success.

    How well is your organization performing today in regard to building an effective talent base that creates high-performing results, and delivers the type of work environment and conditions desired by increasing numbers of workers?  How are you feeling about the future for the organization(s) you serve?  Excited, or Concerned?

    This interactive program will provide valuable information and reflection about key workforce trends as well as the opportunity to interact with peers to assess related potential challenges and opportunities, and identify actions that will help to create needed change in organizations, now and/or in the near future.


    About Laurie J. Murphy

    Laurie Murphy is the founder and president of PeopleAreKey, Inc., a consulting firm which has provided recruiting, executive coaching, and talent management and engagement services in a wide variety of industries for over 15 years.

    Prior to starting and managing a consulting firm, Laurie worked in corporate Human Resources positions for over 15 years, helping organizations to recruit, develop, engage, and retain talent; leverage diversity and inclusion; and create desirable cultures and high-performance results through effective leadership strategies. In her last internal corporate position, she served for nine years as Vice President of Human Resources for the U.S. subsidiary of a major global corporation.

    Laurie has also been a 'long-time' volunteer for several non-profit organizations and has served in executive board and committee chair roles that have focused on enhancing individuals' professional development, leadership capabilities and careers, as well as organizational effectiveness in attracting, developing, engaging, and retaining high-performing diverse talent.

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