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Sheila Krejci

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Sheila Krejci

HRD

Sheila K Consulting, Inc.

Sheila Krejci, M ED is keynote speaker at Ijona Skills and she is an author, master facilitator and consultant at Sheila K Consulting, Inc. has trained and coached hundreds of corporate leaders, police and fire support staff, professional, technical and support employees and elected officials to recognize and mitigate the risks of inappropriate and destructive workplace behaviors, participate in the investigation of harassment and discrimination claims and model critical behaviors that encourage respect for healthier, happier, more productive workplaces. Her recent courses, "Cultivating Workplaces of Respect and Civility-It Starts at the Top" and "A Manager's Role in Cultivating a Workplace of Respect and Civility" have received accolades from national audiences for their practical strategies that can be immediately applied to all workplaces.
Sheila has been an adjunct faculty or staff member at the Universities of Minnesota, University of Arizona, and St. Thomas University the Dakota County Business & Professional Center in Minneapolis. As a leadership and organization development consultant, Sheila has led the Board of Directors of ATD in Minneapolis and is and an award-winning partner in Wiley Publishing. President of her own training and development consulting company, Sheila is a frequent speaker at State and National Conferences like the National League of Cities, SHRM and ATD while a Master Trainer of Trainers and Presentations coach in corporate and non profit settings. Learn more about Sheila at www.sheilakconsulting.com
Clients have included: U S Department of Energy, University of Minnesota, University of Arizona, National League of Cities, Boston Scientific, RSM McGladrey LLC, PadillaCRT, STERILMED, Johnson & Johnson, Target, Inc., Ameriprise, Inc., Medtronic, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Walmart, Prime Therapeutics, American Society of Training and Development, Society of Human Resource Management and International Society of Performance Improvement.


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Why Employee Recognition Programs Don't Work- What Leaders Should Do Instead?

Why is it that most leaders believe they are doing a great job demonstrating to their staff how much they value them but only a small percentage of those same staff members agree? In fact, many employees suggest that their manager's silence is "deafening!" Do you have leaders who say, "I pay them well - that's how I show my appreciation" or "My job isn't to make them feel good about themselves. It's to get the work done" or "I don't hav........

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Why Employee Recognition Programs Don't Work- What Leaders Should Do Instead?

Why is it that most leaders believe they are doing a great job demonstrating to their staff how much they value them but only a small percentage of those same staff members agree? In fact, many employees suggest that their manager's silence is "deafening!" Do you have leaders who say, "I pay them well - that's how I show my appreciation" or "My job isn't to make them feel good about themselves. It's to get the work done" or "I don't hav........

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A Leader's Guide to Cultivating Civility on their Team

Workplace harassment is an expensive, persistent problem too often unreported by victims or bystanders. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has concluding that as many as 85% of women have experienced some form of sexual harassment at work. Statistics from the 2016 EEOC Select Task Force on the Study of Harassment in the Workplace expanded the legal definitions in their reporting to include unwelcome or offensive conduct in the ........

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Forgotten PowerPoint Tips that really will WOW Your Audience

True or false? Before the first quarter hour is over in a typical presentation, people have usually checked out. Absolutely, true. If keeping someone's interest in our training or presentations were a business, we'd have at least an 80% failure rate! In this day of adult attention spans that mimic that of four-year-olds, research reminds us to "hook" and continually engage our audiences emotionally with images they can relate to immedia........

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