Cooper Cargill Chant Sponsors HR North March Workshop: “Motivating and Retaining Your Top Talent”
March 4, 2014
Cooper Cargill Chant Attorneys at Law has announced that the firm is sponsoring HR North’s March workshop, which will be held at the Red Jacket Mountain View Resort on March 19.
The keynote speaker will be Bob Faw, positive change consultant and author of Energize: Ignite Passion and Performance with User-Friendly Brain Tools. Faw will address the group on “Motivating and Retaining Your Top Talent.”
Faw, who has specialized in guiding positive change since 1988, uses his outgoing, comedic style to engage audiences and includes active learning activities to enhance comprehension and build new skills. Faw will discuss concepts from his latest book that will help businesses motivate their teams, involve people in meaningful ways, and inspire needed action.
According to Cooper Cargill Chant partner, Charles Greenhalgh, “We’re pleased to support this program and HR North. HR North is a group of human resource managers, employment lawyers and businesspeople in Grafton, Carroll and Coos County who meet regularly to keep up-to-date on laws, policy and trends in HR management. Here in northern New Hampshire, where we mostly have small businesses, business owners have unique challenges. They wear so many hats; it’s hard for them to keep up on the nuances of the law. Having the resources of the larger group like HR North becomes invaluable to business owners and managers.”
Greenhalgh continued, “As the largest firm in northern New Hampshire, Cooper Cargill Chant has an employment law group and is committed to helping businesses, nonprofits and public entities with employment matters. As members of HR North, we get to know the HR managers in the region; and we help each other by sharing information and insights.”
The registration and breakfast for workshop begins at 8:30am on Wednesday, March 19, with the program being held from 9am to 11:30am. Cost is $20 for members and $40 for non-members.
HR North aspires to be a strong and diverse group, reflective of the unique North Country character and challenges. The group is dedicated to strengthening North Country businesses, organizations, and communities and to fostering professional growth. For more information about HR North and the workshop, visit hra-gc.org/hrnorth.