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    Developing a Business Case for Managing Negativity

    Date: September 21, 2018, 7:45am – 9:30am
    Cumberland Valley SHRM Chapter
    Ramada Inn
    1718 Underpass Way
    Hagerstown, Maryland 21740
    $20.00 MEMBERS $25.00 Non Members (Guests or individuals who have not paid 2017 dues), all of our event fees are non-refundable
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    Please RSVP by Wednesday, 9/19/18 by registering on our website link - Register Here

    In this presentation, attendees will identify the signs, characteristics of negativity in the workplace. They will further develop skills and strategies for reconciling these concerns to assist in the creation of a positive work environment.

    In addition to identifying and handling negativity, attendees will acquire strategies to work with leadership and executives in their company to illustrate a business need for developing an integrated organizational strategy around solutions to reduce negativity. These strategies will include using evidence-based data and research from quantitative and qualitative sources to support the organization’s need for change.

    Speaker: John Mauck


    John Mauck proudly grew up in Shepherdstown, WV and now resides in Martinsburg, WV. His experience includes speaking on topics of generational diversity, employee relations and project management for local SHRM chapters, the Human Capital Institute, and local colleges and universities.

    He is the AVP, HR for American Public University in Charles Town, WV. Prior to working at APUS, he has held leadership roles, mostly human resources, in retail, healthcare and hospitality. In addition to his work experience, John has been a previous member of Eastern Panhandle SHRM and is currently a board member for the Frederick County, MD SHRM chapter.

    John holds a Bachelors and MBA degree from Shepherd University. Additionally, John is a doctoral candidate at Hood College where he pursuing a Doctorate in Organizational Leadership. His doctoral study is on generational differences specifically looking at Generation Z.


    7:45 am -8:15 am - Registration/ Breakfast/ Networking

    8:15 am - 8:30 am  - CVSHRM Update

    8:30 am-  9:30 am -  Program