Important: Due to popular demand, the “Executive Author Series” luncheons have been replaced by breakfast sessions.
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HRPA’s HR Executive Authors Series features lunch, networking and conversation with some of globe’s leading business icons and authors.
Open to senior human resources executives (director and above), the book club is a unique, high-level opportunity to network with fellow HR executives and engage in candid conversation about HR and business with an all-star line-up of business and leadership authors.
All guests will receive a complimentary copy of the book written by the session presenter.
Upcoming HR Executive Authors Series events:
November 4, 2015
The Behaviour Breakthrough
Steve Jacobs, Chair and Senior Partner of The Continuous Learning Group (CLG) consultancy
The award winning book, The Behavior Breakthrough introduces readers to behavioral leadership®, an approach that focuses on crafting desirable shifts in small everyday habits, behaviors, and routines. Based on Applied Behavioral Science, behavioral leadership uses the principle that new results require new behavior, and significant new results—those with significant competitive advantage—require the right new behaviors, and the right few behaviors, that endure over time. Deploying behavioral leadership, organizations can with relatively little financial investment achieve substantial competitive advantage, transforming themselves into both attractive workplaces and sustainable, industry-leading engines of high performance.
About the Author:
Steve Jacobs is Chairman and Senior Partner of The Continuous Learning Group (CLG) consultancy. For decades, he has advised senior executives on achieving new performance, culture change, and lasting competitive advantage. His counsel is sought by Fortune 100 corporate leaders, and he speaks frequently at corporate and conference events. Steve holds an interdisciplinary BA from the University of California and a master's degree from Harvard University.
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