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Dianne Durkin to Deliver Session at SHRM Talent Management Conference
February 27, 2014 – Portsmouth, NH
Loyalty Factor is pleased to announce their President and Founder, Dianne Durkin, will be speaking at the upcoming SHRM Talent Management Conference on April 30, 2014 in Nashville, TN.
The Society for Human Resource Management is the leading provider of resources to serve the needs of HR professionals and advance the professional practice of human resource management. The SHRM Talent Management Conference is designed specifically for recruiters and talent management professionals and gives them the tools, resources, innovations and solutions to move their human capital strategies to the next level.
Dianne Durkin will be presenting her very popular topic: Supercharge Your Organization by Hiring for A+ Attitudes. In this presentation, Ms. Durkin explores how hiring managers and human resource professionals can focus their efforts to hire employees with the best attitudes. Research shows that 72% of all HR and hiring managers base their hiring decisions on skills and experience despite the fact that the majority of new hire failures are due to attitudinal issues.
Ms. Durkin will offer hiring managers a plan to establish universal questioning strategies to uncover attitudes that match the corporate culture and lead to long-term engagement. She will discuss the costs associated with hiring the wrong attitude. Durkin will also explain how to read between the lines to uncover positive attitude and create an interviewing standard for all your hiring managers to utilize.
To register for the SHRM Talent Management Conference and attend Dianne Durkin’s session, visit: http://conferences.shrm.org/talent-conference/registration-information
Dianne Durkin is available for your next corporate meeting or event. She offers a wide-range of leadership topics. For more information, or to book Dianne, visit www.loyaltyfactor.com