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What Do Employees Really Want? with Julie Ruben-Rodney

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What do employees really want?  If you are a business leader committed to achieving your business goals, as well as creating a dynamic workplace answering this question is imperative.  Julie Ruben Rodney, an expert in guiding leaders to engage their people, explores the answer to this question through an informative, practical and energetic keynote.  Using real-life examples and powerful stories, Julie forms deep connections with her audience and demonstrates the role the “direct leader” plays in engaging, motivating and retaining the best employees in their organization.\

Julie Ruben Rodney is CEO and Founder of her own training and development company,  a people development organization that partners with its clients to maximize the performance of their people..  Julie focuses on helping people maximize their performance both individually and with teams. Julie is an experienced and dynamic facilitator, consultant and keynote speaker in the areas of Interpersonal Communication, Teambuilding, Leadership Development and Creativity.

She leverages her expertise with a variety of assessments to help her clients improve their ability to work with others more effectively.  Some of the assessments she uses includes the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®), The McQuaig System®, Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument ® (HBDI®), Strategic Leadership Development® (SLD®), and DiSC Personal Profile System®.  She often incorporates these assessments to deliver high-impact programs that are tailored to meet the business objectives of her clients.

Julie is certified to deliver Dr. Edward de Bono’s Six Thinking Hats® program.  She applies the powerful Six Thinking Hats® framework to meeting facilitation, team brainstorming and consensus building.

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