ATDps: November 2016 Chapter Meeting
When Difficult Employee Behavior Becomes Detrimental
This chapter meeting will focus on the Industry Knowledge pillar of ATD’s foundational competency model.
Understanding complex factors contributing to difficult employee behaviors is an ongoing challenge for HR, L&D and coaching professionals. Effectively responding to these behaviors, as well as differentiating between workable and unworkable employee dynamics, is sometimes even more difficult. This interactive panel discussion is for anyone seeking a better understanding of what often drives performance-inhibiting behaviors in the workplace and some strategies for positively influencing and managing “difficult” employees.
After the session, participants will be able to:
~Understand key characteristics of challenging personality profiles
~Recognize the interplay between common psychiatric diagnoses and work behaviors
~Identify skills that increase or decrease the responsiveness of struggling employees
~Understand what options are available from an HR and Legal perspective in response to unworkable employee dynamics
Victoria McKeever Radabaugh, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist and owner of Eastside Behavioral Health, LLC in Redmond, Washington. Dr. Radabaugh is a cognitive-behavioralist whose private practice focuses on treating adults and couples with anxiety, affective and personality disorders associated with any number of interpersonal, medical and professional struggles. Prior to opening her private practice, Dr. Radabaugh earned her doctorate through University of Oregon, completed her residency at the Durham VAMC in conjunction with Duke University, and a fellowship with the Boston Consortium in Clinical Psychology. She has previously worked as a staff psychologist at both the National Center for PTSD in Boston and the Seattle VAMC.
Theresa Signorini Treat is Vice President of Global Human Resources, Theresa is responsible for leading human resources strategy and overseeing human resources operations and service including, HR business partnership and process, policy and practice, talent acquisition, talent management, total rewards, learning and development, and HR data management. Her 30 years of experience in integration of cultures and proven focus on business effectiveness spans across privately owned and publicly traded companies in multiple industries. Prior to joining Physio-Control, Theresa served as Vice President, Worldwide Human Resources at Waterjet Holdings, for 8 years aligning organizational and people strategies with business goals of eight portfolio companies. Theresa holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Illinois and a Master’s degree in labor and industrial relations, from the Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations at the University of Illinois.
John T. Duncan III is an in-house employment lawyer for Physio-Control advising clients on employee relations, compliance, ethics and general business matters. Over the past 20 years, he has served in corporate legal positions in the software, biopharma, defense, aerospace and the nuclear energy industries in the Seattle metropolitan area. He is a former Ohio Assistant Attorney General hailing from Dayton, Ohio. John earned his law degree from the University of Dayton and an MBA from Howard University in Washington, D.C.
5:30 PM – Doors open, networking, light refreshments
6:00 PM – Presentation
7:00 PM – Additional networking
7:30 PM – End
Pre-Registration - Member $15.00 (walk in rate Members $20)
Pre-Registration - Non-Member $20.00 (walk-in rate $30)
Online registration closes on the Sunday prior to the chapter meeting. At that time we are no longer able to accept pre-registrations.
Please note that once the online registration is closed, we encourage and welcome you to attend and pay at the door.
We would like to thank Phat 12 Island Broiler for their support and tasty treats.