MEGA SESSION: Creative & Innovative Thinking: The Next New Skill

SHRM 2015 Annual Conference
Gain tools and practices to tap one's creative capability while building a bridge to critical thinking.

If you are going to meet the ever-increasing needs to lead and serve as capable business partners, your ability to think critically and creatively is imperative. Being able to think, assess and plan in a more "whole brain" way will greatly increase your ability to have a greater impact on major business initiatives and be a more competent business partner. This session will increase your performance in key HR behavioral competencies particularly in communicating and reinforcing your organization's values and ethics, leading and facilitating change management as well as partnering in your organization's strategic planning.

Date(s) & Time(s): 
Wednesday, July 1, 2015 - 11:30am to 12:45pm

JoAnn R. Corley

JoAnn R.

JoAnn Corley is an experienced human resource professional and a dynamic, inspiring speaker-trainer, author & coach. She has a contagious passion and energy for the topics she teaches and has shared that passion with thousands through-out North America specializing in seminars on Effective Management and Leadership, Time & Organizational Management, Personal Empowerment, Emotional Intelligence, Creative and Innovative Thinking,  Team Productivity & Collaboration. She has the unique distinction of having conducted seminars in every state in the U.S. and every major city.

She is author of the newly released book, Organizational Strategies for the Overwhelmed, How to Manage Your Time, Space, & Priorities to Work Smart, Get Results, & Be Happy, Wisdom@Work and The 1% Edge – Power Strategies to Increase Your Management Effectiveness. She is also contributing author to the book, Ordinary Women, Extraordinary Success, a collaborative effort with some of the top female motivational speakers in North American and hailed by Jack Canfield of Chicken Soup for the Soul fame as a must read.

LVCC N245-251
Amount of Credit: 
Credit Type: 
HR Credit
Session Type: 
Mega Session
Leadership & Navigation
Business Acumen
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