Subcontractors Information Exchange
Thursday, February 13, 2020
11:30am-2:00pm “Lunch & Learn”
Sunrise Safety Services
6711 Baymeadow Drive, Suite D
Glen Burnie, MD 21060
Join Warren Quinn, executive director of ASA of Baltimore and CEO of HUMANS AT WORK, to discover the power that your company’s culture can have in recruiting and retaining employees who will help you reach your business objectives.
This session is for owners and key executives who are experiencing pressure to improve the company’s culture in order to get the highest level of commitment and productivity from your employees (and yourself).
Warren will address the challenges and opportunities in the current employment market and guide you through an exploration of “why people work.” Traditional approaches to the problem of finding and keeping “good employees” will not be effective in the current market for talent. “Command and control” systems that have dominated US business since the industrial revolution are being replaced with “fluid” organizational structures that need to allow for the “contributions” of employees at every level.
This is NOT about “coddling” employees and making sure they have “fun at work.” Rather, it is about how to develop mutually-supportive professional relationships that are the most effective in GETTING THINGS DONE. It is a difficult process that requires the business leader to be open to new approaches, even when “old habits” have generated a certain level of success and comfort – habits that don’t seem to be working as well as they once did.
In addition to his work for ASA of Baltimore, Warren Quinn provides private owner advisory services and Insight Leadership Group facilitation. He is a Leadership Circle 360™ Profile Certified Practitioner. A Baltimore native, Warren received his BA in Political Science and Philosophy from Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia and his Doctor of Law from Emory University. He has been involved in designing and delivering business owner education and leadership training since 1995.
- February 13, 2020
11:30 am - 2:00 pm