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Travels from :
Indiana
Main Topics :
Change
Generation Issues
Human Resources/Labor Relations
Management
Productivity
Fee Range :
East: $
West: $
Speaker Iamge Nancy Ahlrichs

About Nancy Ahlrichs :


Nancy Ahlrichs Raichart is a national speaker, author and columnist. She has spoken to more than 300 audiences and management teams in utilities, insurance, healthcare, high tech, legal, banking, government and other fields in the past five years using her 25 years of experience in human resources, marketing, and management.

Her books,Manager of Choice and Competing for Talent: Key Recruitment and Retention Strategies for Becoming an Employer of Choice, are available through major bookstores and www.amazon.com. She is also a contributing author for On Staffing, an edited volume by Wiley & Sons.

Nancy is active in a variety of community and professional organizations, and was recently named a "Distinguished Hoosier" for her service to the State of Indiana by the late Governor Frank O'Bannon.
 

Speech Titles :

Half-day interactive workshop format: 
·	Becoming an Employer of Choice: Recruiting and Retention Strategies
·	Closing the Generation Gap: Becoming the Employer of Choice for Gen X and Gen Y
·	Becoming a Manager of Choice: 5 Distinquishing Competencies
One hour/flexible seminars and keynote presentations: 
·	Becoming an Employer of Choice: Recruiting and Retention Strategies
·	Closing the Generation Gap: Becoming the Employer of Choice for Gen X and Gen Y
·	Becoming a Manager of Choice: 5 Distinquishing Competencies
·	The Business Case for Becoming an Employer of Choice
·	Retention Strategies of Employers of Choice
·	HR's Decade
Winning at Office Politics

Books by Nancy Ahlrichs :
Competing for Talent
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The red-hot competition for talented employees is no longer news. Employers everywhere know that attracting and keeping exceptional talent is crucial to success in today's knowledge economy. In response to this pressing need, "Competing for Talent" offers a comprehensive, systematic approach to recruiting and retaining the employees everyone wants. Nancy Ahlrichs shows employers how to win the competition for talent by melding management, organization design, human resources, and marketing in a way that turns the company into a magnet for top performers -- an employer of choice.
Igniting Gen B & Gen V
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While much has been written about how to attract, retain, and engage the up-and-coming Gen X and Gen Y crowd, Igniting Gen B and Gen V follows the lessons of success from leading Employers of Choice--Google to Days Inn hotels--that show how to release full engagement, capture knowledge, train skills and create a new culture that leverages the talents and experiences of Boomer and Veteran employees. Incorporating dozens of corporate examples, checklists tools, and the very latest research, this five-step process to engagement shows how to assess the demographics, redefine retirement and the job, provide flexibility, mandate performance and make engagement part of the culture.
Manager of Choice
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When top-performing employees leave a job, they're often quitting their manager rather than their position or their company. In this book, copublished with the Society for Human Resource Management, Nancy Ahlrichs charts unexplored territory as she explains how to become a "manager of choice" in a business environment in which managing human capital is the new imperative.

Employers of choice have set the standard for superior work environments. Now, with the help of worksheets, resource lists, and compelling case studies, Ahlrichs shows how to develop the five critical skills for becoming a manager of choice: talent scouting, relationship building, trust building, skill building, and brand building.
Fee Range
  Symbol  Fee
 $   $5,000 or Less
 $$   $5,001 - $10,000
 $$$   $10,001 - $20,000
 $$$$   > $20001