by Karen Mortazavi
Date: March 30th, 2016
Time: 10:00 – 10:40 PM Central Time Zone (USA)
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Presenter(s): Karen Mortazavi
IFMA FMCC Live Webinar – “Does Your Work Space Support Your Talents and Strengths?”
How to Create Workspaces that Engage and Motivate Employees
To be highly engaged and effective at work, you need to have the right mix of talents, strengths and passion for your job, as well as the right environment in which to do it. In this presentation, Karen will explain the role of talents and strengths for tapping into intrinsic motivation and creating engagement. She will also talk about culture and work space (using the concepts in “Change Your Space, Change Your Culture” by Rex Miller, Mabel Casey and Mark Konchar), including alternate work strategies, and how these are key to employee engagement and organizational success. Attendees will be given practice thinking about their talents and the ideal work environment for them and how this will be different for their co-workers and employees. The attendees leave with a different way to apply work strategies to the unique needs of each employee.
- Understand the importance of knowing each person’s talent and strengths and a cost effective way to do this
- Understand the connection between employee engagement, organization success and the work space.
- Understand the need to link a person’s talents and strengths to their work space as well as strategies to resolve any challenges between the two
Why is Employee Engagement Important?
As a certified CoreClarity® facilitator, Karen Mortazavi helps organizations identify and capitalize on their individual and group strengths so the organization can reach its highest potential.
As a professional life and business coach, Karen challenges her clients to look inward for answers that transform their work and personal lives. Working with both individuals and groups, she supports and challenges her clients in ways that help them achieve their goals with grace and ease.
Prior to coaching, Karen held positions in both large and small companies in engineering and management. Her earlier positions range from Manufacturing Engineer at AT&T to Business Unit Director at Lucent Technologies to Vice President of Operations at VirtuaLINC, a start-up video and Internet company. Other areas in which she has worked include material management and logistics, project management, customer service and account management.
Karen has a B.S. with honors in Industrial Engineering from Louisiana State University, an MBA with honors from the Cox School of Business executive program at Southern Methodist University and a certificate in Coaching and Organizational Learning from Newfield Network, an accredited coaching program. She is a member of the International Coach Federation of North Texas and a past board member.
Her passion is helping others unlock and unleash the greatness within them.
Her StrengthsFinder Talents are: Harmony-Connectedness-Responsibility-Input-Learner.
Her CoreClarity CoreDrill is Bridgineer.
Learn more by contacting her at firstname.lastname@example.org or 214.755.6991
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