Karen Fuqua, President of Fuqua Consulting Group, is available to speak to your association or organization on how workforce development can positively affect your profitability, today. A variety of specially designed, often requested workshops and keynotes are available to provide you with the tools and readily applicable resources necessary to develop and retain engaged and winning teams. Whether your needs call for ½ day, full day or multiple day learning experiences, we can customize a solution that fits your needs perfectly.
Karen is a recognized national speaker who has educated many in both the non-profit and for-profit sector. Karen is an adjunct instructor teaching a variety of courses human capital and organization development.
Retaining Your Top Talent in Tough Economic Times – According to a recent study published in the Wall Street Journal, 1 out of 3 employees are passively or actively seeking employment. Now more than ever, losing top talent to competitors is simply not an option. Learn pragmatic techniques to ensure that your organization has the employees its needs to weather the challenges ahead.
Satisfied Customers: The Prescription for a Healthy, Thriving Business –Is your company brimming with new customers? Are you receiving referrals every day for your products and services? Do you receive testimonial letters weekly describing what an outstanding level of service your company provides? If the answer to any of these questions is no, then this workshop is the medicine your company needs to not just survive, but thrive!
Employment Law 2009 Demystified – Understand the major employment laws, how they’ve changed, and how to ensure your organization is in compliance. All it takes is one significant legal action to erase hundreds of thousands of dollars of revenue. This is one area of your business that can not be left to chance.
Your Career, Now – Are you being forced to make a career change? Are you worried you may have to settle for the first path you chose? Is a tough economy holding you back from achieving your professional goals? Careers are very personal; most people derive much of their self-worth from being successful at in chosen field. When it comes time to make a change, fear can hold you in your tracks and prevent you from moving forward. Learn real strategies to enable you to embrace a new career path and be successful, now.
Hiring the Right Employee at the Right Time – How to cost-effectively hire the right employee at the right time, saving thousands in time and resources.
The 5 Things You Need to Know to Find the Job You Really Want, Even in a Tough Economy – According to a recent study published in the Wall Street Journal, professionals between the ages of 30 and 55 will have 5 or more jobs during their substantive working years. So, how do you find the job you’re really passionate about, when the economy is tough and competition is keen? It is possible, it just takes knowing what to do and when to do it.
Measurement Systems that Produce Real Value, Not Just Numbers – Organizations need to determine if they are being productive or just spinning their wheels. Learn what measurement systems produce real value and not just statistics that no one uses.
ROI of HR – What You Deserve and Must Have From This Business Partner – An organization needs a strategic HR partner, not a HR department. Learn 5 key components of a board-room worthy HR partner.
Mood Disorders and a Career – Yes, it’s Possible – Are you a talented professional, who happens to have a mental health disability, and who in the past may have believed that achieving a rewarding career is beyond your reach? Think again. Learn the 6 ways you can achieve a career that is not only professionally and personally balanced.
Why Clinicians, Who Are Concerned With Their Patient’s Wellness, Should Care about Their Careers, Too - Are you are a clinician or health care educator who could benefit from insight regarding how to help your patient’s life be more productive? If so, learn how you have the ability to give your patient help beyond medicine.