2023 Leadership & Management Conference: Cultivating an Engaged Workplace (2023)

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2023 Leadership & Management Conference: Cultivating an Engaged Workplace

15th Annual Conference:For Managers, Supervisors, Team & Project Leaders.

This year we are presenting:2023 Leadership & Management Conference: Cultivating an Engaged Workplace

As organizations emerge from a period of great change, implementing creative and sustainable employee and workplace engagement strategies will be integral to their continued success. Join UNH Professional Development & Training for a one-day conference focused on building a holistic culture of engagement. Hear from a dynamic roster of speakers on topics including hybrid work, employee retention, and inclusive and equitable engagement strategies. This conference is designed for executives, managers, and team leads that are invested in developing realistic and timely engagement strategies for their organizations.

Confirmed 2023Conference speakers and presentations include:

Keynote Presentationfrom Robert Half ~ Talent Solutions| Barry Roy-Sr. Regional President of Northern New England Professional Staffing Services

Succeeding in a Hybrid Work Environment|David Liddell,Executive Coach | President & FounderLiddell Consulting Group

Organizational Culture and Retention Issues| Peter Hughes, M.Ed

DEIfor Managers|James McKim, Jr., PMP, ITIL

How the body stores tension – and what to do about it| Aimee Blesing, Senior Lecturer, UNH

How do you build a workplace that attracts top talent, retains existing employees and gives you a competitive advantage?|Mark Vrooman, D.A

Your 2023Leadership & Management Conference enrollment includes full access to the conference including:

  • Admission to keynote presentation
  • Admission to any of 6 concurrent sessions through the day
  • Complimentary breakfast and lunch
  • Free on-site parking
  • All conference materials

Register by March 25 and Save! $259 if registered by March 25 $359 after March 25

Previous Conferences Sold Out Quickly, so Register Early!

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What You Will Learn


2023 Leadership & Management Conference: Cultivating an Engaged Workplace

How the body stores tension – and what to do about it|Aimee Blesing

In this session we will examine the tell-tale signs of a body holding tension, stress and burn out. We will explore what helps individuals feel more present, grounded and at ease in their work environment, leading to happier and healthier workplaces.

Organizational Culture and Retention Issues|Peter Hughes

The organizational culture and retention presentation will open up by discussing the contributing factors that lead to retention issues with employees. We will profile specific reasons why employees quit and leave their organizations for other opportunities with other companies. Once we have a full understanding of the contributing factors we will focus on several major themes and specific strategies for each theme that will tend to contribute to high levels of employee retention.

These themes will consist of the culture itself and specific strategies that can be instituted to build a more enabling and empowering positive organizational culture. We will explore specific actions required of a team to make sure everyone is included, appreciated, and respect it.

Finally, we will identify specific leadership actions and strategies that will contribute to high levels of employee retention loyalty and motivation. In essence, we are creating a roadmap based on strategies, actions, and behaviors that will create and support a culture of engagement and inclusion based on trust, respect, and openness.

Succeeding in a Hybrid Work Environment|David Liddell

Like it or not, the hybrid workplace is here to stay in some form or another. Whether it is working from home or providing greater flexibility for employees, leaders must learn to adapt if they want to achieve effective levels of employee engagement and productivity. Managing in a hybrid environment brings real challenges. Leaders have reduced visibility into workloads and processes and have fewer opportunities forspontaneous conversations with their direct reports. This creates a sense of losing control, lack of collaboration, and places limits on camaraderie within teams.

Leading successfully in a hybrid work environment requires clear and consistent communication, flexibility, collaboration, trust, and empowerment. A few subtle, but focused, adjustments in leadership behaviors will help mitigate the risks.

  1. Focus on and manage to outcomes, not hours worked.

  2. Define success for each employee and measure it.

  3. Be generous with responsibility and authority. People like some autonomy.

  4. Learn how to really trust people and build sense of team togetherness.

  5. If things aren’t working, don’t be afraid to change it up.

DEI for Managers|James McKim

Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) is a proven way to elicit superior performance from teams and individuals. But that performance does not just happen by itself. Even if there is a DEI Plan, that plan needs to be carried out day-to-day. So, how do you bring diversity into your group? How do you engage everyone equitably so that they perform at their best and your team performs at its highest level? This workshop explores how to embed DEI into your daily work as a manager.

By the end of this session, participants will know how to:

  • create a culture for your group to live into DEI
  • include DEI in the talent life-cycle (attract,recruit, hire, and retain)
  • encourage DEI in your team’s communication, decision-making, and general project management"

How do you build a workplace that attracts top talent, retains existingemployees and gives you a competitive advantage?|Mark Vrooman

The race to attract, develop, and retain employees is a top priority for many organizations right now. Losing your best people impacts productivity, engagement, and morale.

In this session you will explore

- The current state of retention

- The connection of employeeengagement and retention and

- Insights on how to develop a strategy for employee retention

Other topics you may explore include the importance of onboarding and training, feedback/recognition, coaching, compensationand exit interview.

(Video) 3 ways to create a work culture that brings out the best in employees | Chris White | TEDxAtlanta

Travel & Site Information


(Video) Leadership Explained in 5 minutes by Simon Sinek

2023 Leadership & Management Conference: Cultivating an Engaged Workplace

The Spring 2023 Leadership & Managmnet Coference will take place at the Wentworth By the Sea Hotel588 Wentworth Rd, New Castle, NH 03854

Free parking will be available for all conference attendees

Breakfast and lunch will be provided at the conference and is included in the cost of enrollment.

Instructor Bios


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    Barry Roy, Sr. Regional President, Northern New England

    Barry Roy is a Senior Regional President for Robert Half, the world’s first and largest talent solutions firm. Barry oversees the company’s divisions that specialize in recruiting and placing talented professionals in the accounting & finance and administrative fields in Northern New England.

    Barry has climbed the management ranks since coming to Robert Half in 2002.He previously owned a real estate advertising publication.In his time with Robert Half, Barry has become a media spokesperson for the company and serves as a regional expert on hiring trends, recruitment, and other workplace issues.He is often featured in local newspapers and other news outlets.

    A graduate of the University of New Hampshire, Barry holds a BA in Business Administration from the Whittemore.

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    David Liddell, Executive Coach | President and Founder-Liddell Consulting Group LLC

    David Liddell is the founder and CEO of Liddell Consulting Group LLC. A firm believer that leadership doesn’t have to be complicated, David provides clarity to chaos, unlocking the full potential in organizations. Driven by results and achievement, he guides leaders to realize their purpose and align to the organization’s vision. He helps organizations navigate through today’s business challenges by anchoring leaders in fundamental leadership principles; creating an unstoppable culture of success.Prior to founding Liddell Consulting Group, David held key roles at Ingersoll-Rand, SPXCorporation (formerly General Signal), Computer Associates, Avnet Inc, and Dextrys (formerlyDarwin Partners/DarwinSuzsoft). His work focused on strategic organizational and business development, sales and marketing for bottom line impact, employee retention strategies, and training and coaching for inspirational and results-based leadership.

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    Aimee Blessing, Senior Lecturer in Acting, Voice and Movement, University of New Hampshire

    Aimee Blesing is an actor, director, singer; acting, voice and dialect teacher; and professional communication coach. She is a Certified Trainer of Lessac Kinesensic Voice and Body Training and is the current President of the Lessac Training and Research Institute. Aimee is a Senior Lecturer in acting and directing in the University of New Hampshire’s Theatre and Dance Department. She is passionate about every individual’s right to clear and effective communication and the embodiment of personal uniqueness in all aspects of life and work. Aimee brings over 20 years of knowledge and experience to her coaching and teaching practice and engages a deep love of voice and body pedagogy to ensure that her students and clients thrive in their personal and professional endeavors.

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    James T McKim, Jr., PMP, ITIL Managing Partner, Organizational Ignition, LLC

    James McKimis a sought-after organizational performance speaker, coach, change manager, and author of the best-selling book The Diversity Factor: Igniting Superior Organizational Performance. Over his 35+ year career, he has helped small and large organizations, for-profit and non-profit, spark efficiency and growth through the aligning of people, process, and technology.

    Mr. McKim is known internationally for his current focus on organizational and individual performance through diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). He is recognized by industry watchers such as Atd, Brandon Hall, Bersin Associates, Axelos, and PMI for his dedication to creating win-win situations between organizations and their employees. In addition to founding 2 companies, he has held senior leadership roles at or worked with organizations such as Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Fidelity, Dartmouth Hitchcock, and the Massachusetts Partnership for Diversity in Education in defining and executing strategic plans with an eye toward organizational performance.

    As the Chair of the Episcopal Church’s National Executive Council Committee Anti-Racism & Reconciliation, Mr. McKim was the principal writer of the church's guidelines on anti-racism and reconciliation. As President of the Manchester Branch of the NAACP, he works regularly with governments and businesses to eliminate discrimination. He is a frequent conference presenter, a guest on radio and television shows, serves as Chair of the Finance Committee of the NH PBS Board of Directors, and delights in being the vocalist for the jazz band The Episcocats."

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    Peter Hughes, M.Ed

    Peter Hughes, M.Ed., is a part-time faculty member at the University of New Hampshire’s Paul College of Business and Economics, where he teaches organizational behavior. He also teaches at Cambridge College’s Graduate School of Management teaching courses in operations and total quality management, organizational development, and transformational leadership. Peter has worked with numerous hospitality and service organizations. More recently, he was hired by the country of Anguilla to help improve the tourism experience for international visitors. Peter’s business career encompasses diverse industries where he has served as Manufacturing Manager, Corporate Project Manager and Director of Organizational Development. He is also the President & CEO of High Performing Leadership, Ltd, and the author of the book, Leadership and the Road to High Performance.

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    Mark Vrooman, D.A., MHRM, SHRM SCP, SPHR

    Mark is a Partner and Human Resources Consultant at HR-ROI. He is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) through the Human Resources Certification Institute (HRCI), and he holds the SHRM-SCP (Senior Certified Professional) Human Resources designation through the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). He has worked in human resources for over 25 years holding H.R. leadership positions as a Regional H.R. Officer, Chief, H.R. Officer, and Manager of Human Resources.

    Mark also held the position of Regional Administrator for the U.S. Department of Labor, culminating in a 32-year career in governmental administration. In his last role, he had primary responsibility for all matters relating to the administration and management of regional operations for the Boston-New York Region that including human resources, information technology, safety and health, space and facilities management, office services, procurement and contracting, supply and property management, records management, emergency and disaster planning, and strategic planning.

    Mark holds a Doctor of Arts in Leadership degree from Franklin Pierce University and a Master's degree in H.R. Management from Keller Graduate School of Management/DeVry University. He teaches as an Adjunct Professor for several colleges and has taught for over 15 years at the undergraduate level and in MBA programs for over a decade.

Apr 25, 2023

09:00am - 04:00pm

Wentworth-by-the-Sea, Portsmouth

359.00 Conference Fee
259.00 Conference Fee


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What are 3 key points to an engaged workforce? ›

Understanding the 3 key components of employee engagement
  • Leadership.
  • Rewards and recognition.
  • Professional growth.
Feb 12, 2021

What is the purpose of leadership conference? ›

A leadership conference is an event that brings together company executives and experts to discuss leadership, collaboration, and other workplace challenges. The event gives leaders the chance to learn about the newest e-commerce trends, innovative company models, and how to build the perfect workplace.

What is employee engagement in leadership? ›

An engaged employee is highly motivated, absorbed and energetic about their work. As a result, they often put more effort in, go above and beyond what's expected of them and truly care about the success of the business. They are willing to put in discretionary effort to achieve the goals of the organisation.

What is the purpose of conference? ›

Conferences are used to bring together people with common interests and discuss issues and ideas relating to a specific topic. Conferences can be held on almost any topic, come in many sizes, and can be run by any number of organizations.

What are the 5 essential skills that promote engagement? ›

Five Leadership Skills that Increase Engagement
  • The Truly Engaged Employee.
  • Five Leadership Skills.
  • Building Trust. "Trust is an essential ingredient in increasing engagement. ...
  • Mentoring. ...
  • Inclusion. ...
  • Alignment. ...
  • Team Development.
Sep 2, 2005

What are the 5 Areas of engagement? ›

The engagement model has 5 areas of engagement:
  • exploration.
  • realisation.
  • anticipation.
  • persistence.
  • initiation.
Jan 27, 2020

What do you gain from a leadership conference? ›

Leadership conferences emphasize growth in all sorts of skills. You will be encouraged to work on both intrapersonal and interpersonal skills so that someday you might be an effective leader. You'll learn helpful public speaking tips as well as get multiple chances to practice your new skills before you return home!

What do you talk about at a leadership conference? ›

Topics covered in leadership meetings
  • Good news/wins.
  • Metrics/business updates.
  • Problems/decisions to tackle (team issues, product issues, etc.)
  • Business opportunities (hiring, areas to focus on and plan for)
  • Learnings and feedback.
  • Action items.

What are the 4 pillars of engagement? ›

The study lists four “key pillars” of employee engagement: Connection, meaning, impact and appreciation. Employees want to feel connected to their colleagues and managers, to feel their work has meaning and impact on the company, and to be appreciated for the work they do.

What can leaders do to improve employee engagement? ›

12 Leadership best practices to improve employee engagement
  • Build trust. ...
  • Prioritize organizational health and well-being. ...
  • Show enthusiasm for your work. ...
  • Set clear expectations. ...
  • Share goals and strategies. ...
  • Encourage training and development. ...
  • Recognize employees and show appreciation.
Nov 4, 2022

What is a benefit of having a conference? ›

In addition to keeping up with new trends in their fields, conferences are an important way to connect with other professionals. Conferences offer the opportunity to hear from industry leaders, ask questions, and discuss the topic further than reading an article or listening to a podcast.

What are the benefits of conferences? ›

Expand your knowledge, learn, and improve

Moreover, there is a two-fold benefit of attending conferences. Not only do you learn things outside your field of expertise, but these events give you the opportunity to talk to these people one-on-one about what they are working on, as mentioned in the previous point.

How do conferences help professional development? ›

For example, they can help you build and extend professional contacts, find a mentor or collaborator, gain experience presenting original work, advance your subject matter expertise, extend your knowledge of resources, introduce you to new theory, methods or tools, gain ideas for new programs and workshops, develop new ...

What are the three pillars of engagement? ›

Empowerment, Enablement and Connection serve as the three core pillars of The Engagement Framework.

What are the 7 aspects of engagement? ›

The 7 aspects of engagement (responsiveness, curiosity, discovery, anticipation, persistence, initiation and investigation) were developed in 2011 as part of a research project into children with complex learning difficulties and disabilities.

What is the new engagement model? ›

The engagement model is an assessment tool which has been developed to help schools support children who are not working at the level of the national curriculum. Since becoming a statutory requirement in September 2021, it has replaced what in the previous system were P-levels – one to four.

What are key factors in employee engagement? ›

Here are some of the major factors that affect employee engagement and how to improve them.
  • Company culture. What's the overall emotional climate of your organization, and how do people feel in general? ...
  • Employee participation. ...
  • Good management. ...
  • Frequent recognition.
Mar 10, 2020

What are the 3 major things about leadership? ›

If you want to become an effective and inspiring head of your team, focus on honing these three essential leadership qualities.
  • Communication. ...
  • A positive attitude. ...
  • The ability to delegate.

What are the 3 importance of leadership? ›

As a catalyst, leaders perform four important functions – remove roadblocks that hinder the project results, develop connections across the organization, connect the employee's vision to that of the company, and instigate a positive working environment in the company.

What are the top three qualities that you value most in leaders? ›

Passion, teamwork, and social skills are three important qualities for leaders to possess in order to be effective. Learn how to bring these qualities into your workplace and put your best foot forward in both your personal and professional life.

What are the three P's of effective meetings? ›

By applying the three P's—purpose, people, and process—you can get back some of that most precious of resources: your time.

How do you make a conference stand out? ›

Techniques that will make your conference stand out
  1. 1) Have a welcome team. ...
  2. 2) Goodie bags. ...
  3. 3) Ensure that everything is well-signposted. ...
  4. 4) Make your staff easy to spot. ...
  5. 5) Make a special effort with first time attendees. ...
  6. 6) Ensure that your wi-fi details are easy to find. ...
  7. 7) Provide plenty of charging points.

What are the five keys for leading a meeting? ›

The 5 Key Components To Running Productive Meetings From Cameron Herold
  • A clear purpose. Every meeting has to have a clear purpose. ...
  • Outcomes. Every meeting has to have a maximum of three outcomes. ...
  • An agenda. Every meeting has to have an agenda. ...
  • Start on time. ...
  • Finish five minutes early.

How do you introduce yourself in a leadership meeting? ›

In-person meeting

I'm [your name], and I'm your new manager here at [organization]. Let me start by telling you why I'm here. My goals include [list some quick goals and expectations]. I'm excited to work with you all to meet those goals and to hear what's worked well for you in the past.

How do you make leadership meetings fun? ›

6 Ways to Make Your Meetings Fun and Engaging
  1. Ice breakers.
  2. Show-and-tell.
  3. Let people take ownership.
  4. Celebrate team wins.
  5. Encourage shoutouts.
  6. Play an online game.
Apr 15, 2021

What are three leadership topics that you are most passionate? ›

Leadership topics for new managers
  • Delegation & empowerment: No leader can do everything themselves. ...
  • Conflict resolution: Organizations are made up of people, and people come into conflict. ...
  • Change management. ...
  • Influence. ...
  • Motivation and engagement.

What are the 6 steps of the employee engagement cycle? ›

There are six distinct stages at play: attraction, recruitment, onboarding, development, retention and separation. An employee passes each stage chronologically.

What are the three core facets of employee engagement? ›

Within his work, Kahn identified three principle dimensions of employee engagement - physical, cognitive and emotional.

How do you create an engaging work environment? ›

5 Tips to Create an Engaging Workplace
  1. Define the specific purpose of your organization.
  2. Commit to the success of your employees.
  3. Recognize employees who go above and beyond.
  4. Encourage criticism, feedback, and innovation.
  5. Allow for a healthy work-life balance.
Jul 6, 2017

What is the first rule of engagement? ›

The rules of engagement have one fundamental underpinning, and that is that every soldier or Marine has the right to self-defense. That's the first and foremost element of the rules of engagement.

What are some engagement best practices? ›

To help you, here are tips for developing some of the most effective employee engagement best practices.
  • Articulate employee and company objectives. ...
  • Inspire your team with meaningful work. ...
  • Develop human connections with your employees. ...
  • Cultivate diversity of thought. ...
  • Build on employee strengths. ...
  • Adapt to the times.
Sep 27, 2022

What are the 5 ways to encourage your employee to lead? ›

5 Ways to Encourage Your Employees to Lead
  • Promote Teamwork Across Borders.
  • Be Generous With Information.
  • Let Your Employees Make Decisions.
  • Be Passionate About Your Mission.
  • Create Clear Roles.
Sep 10, 2013

Which leadership style is best for employee engagement? ›

Transformational leadership emerges as a style that fosters the development of employee engagement.

What do you hope to gain from conference? ›

In summary, these are some of the benefits of attending a conference.
  • Sharpen your knowledge.
  • Gain and share new ideas and best practices.
  • Learn about the latest innovations and insights.
  • Meet influencers and industry experts face to face.
  • Make new contacts and stay connected with friends and colleagues.
  • Team building.
Aug 7, 2019

What are the elements of a good conference? ›

Groups evaluated and ranked all 57 components as to their importance to the total meeting experience.
  • Business Services.
  • Food & Beverage.
  • Financial.
  • Guest Room.
  • Meeting Room.
  • Meeting Amenities and.
  • Technology.

What should you not do at a conference? ›

Here's how to avoid wasting your time and travel budget and get the most out of a professional conference.
  • Go without a goal. ...
  • Dress like a slob. ...
  • Wear awesome, but uncomfortable clothes. ...
  • Be gross. ...
  • Don't plan ahead. ...
  • Only attend the scheduled events. ...
  • Don't take full advantage of offerings. ...
  • Avoid leadership opportunities.
Sep 22, 2014

What is the main aim of the conference? ›

The conference provides an opportunity for everyone to network, exchange ideas and present their research to the international community.

What motivates you to attend a conference? ›

A big reason for going to conferences is to meet with likeminded people and industry peers. Conferences bring together people from all different geographical areas who share a common discipline or field, and they are a great way to meet new people in your field.

Why companies should attend conferences? ›

Business Exposure Attending a conference allows you to showcase your business to current and potential clients. This helps spread the word and generate positive leads. To raise your business profile further, volunteer to speak or run an affiliate workshop.

What is the benefit of sending your employees to a conference? ›

Work conference trips give employees a stint out of the day-to-day business regimen, letting them represent your company in a new environment ripe with opportunity. It also tells them they're worth the cost of sending them, as well as that you know they'll bring back knowledge worth sharing.

Why is conference management important? ›

Whether you want to increase revenue, generate leads, boost sales, or train employees, conferences provide crucial opportunities to get your message across to the right audience. As meetings and conferences become increasingly important to drive your business strategy, so does the need for conference management.

Do conferences have impact factors? ›

Yes, the impact factor being usually the number of citations divided by the number of publications, it's possible to calculate the impact factor of conferences too.

What are the characteristics of an engaged workforce? ›

Engaged employees have many traits—but here are eight of the essential traits of engaged employees.
  • They are innovative. ...
  • They are leaders. ...
  • They are open communicators. ...
  • They are excited to come to work. ...
  • They collaborate effectively. ...
  • They pursue development opportunities. ...
  • They adapt well to change. ...
  • They go the extra mile.
Dec 15, 2020

What are 3 specific things a company could do to increase employee engagement? ›

7 Tips to Increase Employee Engagement Without Spending a Dime
  • Supply the Right Tools.
  • Give Individual Attention.
  • Provide Training and Coaching.
  • Listen to Employees.
  • Get Social.
  • Serve Others.
  • Recognize Proudly and Loudly.
Sep 22, 2016

What makes workforce engaged? ›

Engaged employees are highly involved in and enthusiastic about their work and workplace. They are psychological "owners," drive high performance and innovation, and move the organization forward.

What are the three types of engagement? ›

There are three types of engagement: emotional engagement, cognitive engagement, and behavioral engagement (Appleton, Christenson, & Furlong, 2008; Marks, 2000; Reschly, Huebner, Appleton, & Antaramian, 2008; Skinner, Kinderman, & Furrer, 2009).

What can leaders do to deepen employee engagement? ›

Here's how to improve employee engagement in the area of team engagement: Create clear team norms and learn how to build trust, as it's critical to team success. Strengthen direction, alignment, and commitment (DAC) to enhance team effectiveness (learn more about how to make good leadership happen with DAC).

What one action can leaders take to improve employee engagement? ›

Give Recognition

Over 91% of HR professionals believe that recognition and reward make employees more likely to stay. Not only will their motivation increase, but others will feel inspired to work for the very same recognition, ultimately boosting workplace morale.

What has the biggest impact on employee engagement? ›

In our most recent study, factors related to pride in organization are the top factors in influencing employee engagement, slightly outweighing trust in leadership and connectedness with immediate managers for influencing engagement levels.

What is a workforce engagement strategy? ›

What Is an Employee Engagement Strategy? Employee engagement strategies are about creating an environment in which engagement is more likely to flourish. Essentially 'employee engagement strategy' means increasing the likelihood that employees will establish a positive emotional connection with your organization.


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