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    Exit Interviews - Who Should Be Doing Them & What To Do With The Results

    Date: May 20, 2014, 7:30am – 9:15am
    Lake Mills Community Center (LMCC)
    Northside Room
    200 Water Street
    Lake Mills, WI 53551
    Members: $20 - Nonmembers: $25 - Students & Prepaid Members: $0
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    ~ Say Hello to Exit Interviews ~

    Techniques for Leveraging Value from an Employee’s Parting Thoughts

    Description: Exit interviews have the ability to enhance your human resource practices – but only if you create an effective exit interview process. Attend this JCHRMA session to learn how to leverage the greatest HR value from exit interviews and develop a “next steps” plan for creating an effective exit interview process in your organization. An example exit interview will be shared as a catalyst for discussing what to include and not include in your exit interview questions. Some of the learning objectives that we’ll explore in this session include:

    • Define the purpose of exit interviews
    • Identify questions to include/exclude from your exit interviews
    • Develop strategies for extracting useful, actionable information from your interviews
    • Discuss why “exit” interviews are actually too late and why conducting “stay” interviews might be a better strategy

    Attend this session to better understand the power and the limitations of exit interviews and develop a plan for integrating the insights from this session into your HR practices.
    Note: You are encouraged to bring a copy of your organization’s exit interview form (if you have one) to share and discuss with other JCHRMA members during the session.

    To register for this event click the link: Registration Link

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    This program has been submitted for approval for general recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute. The use of this seal is not an endorsement by the HR Certification Institute of the quality of the program. It means that this program may meet the HR Certification Institute’s criteria to be pre-approved for recertification credit.

    About the Speaker

    Jeffrey Russell, co-director of Russell Consulting, Inc., specializes in helping organizations achieve great performance while successfully responding to the challenges of change. With a focus on leadership, strategic thinking, leading change, and performance coaching, Jeff has worked with organizations as diverse as Fortune 500 firms, public sector organizations, and small family businesses. Jeff received his Masters in Industrial Relations from the UW-Madison. It is at UW-Madison where he serves as an adjunct faculty member for the Wisconsin Certified Public Manager Program, Small Business Development Center, and Master of Engineering in Professional Practice (MEPP) program. He also teaches at the UW campuses of Milwaukee, Green Bay, and La Crosse and has designed and delivered leadership development programs at UW-Stout and UW-River Falls.

    Jeff is a frequent presenter at local, national, and international conferences. Recent presentations include the International American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) Conferences; Jamaica Employers Federation Conventions; and Wisconsin State SHRM Conferences. Jeff presented his session on Fearless Reviews to the JCHRMA in 2012.

    Jeff and his wife and business partner Linda have co-authored nine books. Recent titles include Leading Change Training, Strategic Planning Training, Change Basics, Ultimate Performance Management and Engage Your Workforce. Their latest book, Fearless Performance Reviews, has just been published by McGraw-Hill.

    For more about Jeff’s consulting, training and writing, visit his website at: