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    A New Wolrd of Work: Life After COVID in a Renewed Workplace

    Date: June 10, 2021, 8:00am – 9:30am
    Yamhill County HR Association
    Online Event
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    Presenter: Alan Cabelly

    COVID-19 has changed the work environment in so many ways.  Over the last 15 months, employers have adapted, made changes to processes, and set up new procedures to manage their workforce and meet their client’s needs.  As the country starts to emerge from the pandemic, what will our workplaces look like?  What changes will be kept?  What have we learned?

    In this presentation, Dr. Alan Cabelly will discuss with us “A New World of Work: Life After COVID in a Renewed Workplace.”  Please join us as we set the stage for what the future holds in a post COVID world.

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    About the Presenter

    Alan Cabelly, Ph. D., SHRM-SCP, SPHR, the Founder and Executive Director of the Portland Leadership Institute, has been teaching individuals to lead all his life. He has been a Human Resource Management faculty member at Portland State University since 1980, and served for many years as Area Director for the Management/HRM Area. While retired from the university as of June 2018, he continues to teach all aspects of HRM at the executive level, nationally and internationally.

    Prof. Cabelly's doctoral degree is from the University of Washington. His diverse travel experiences (including teaching and service in Viet Nam, China, Serbia, Russia, France, Germany, Abu Dhabi, as well as other travel to Egypt, Peru, the Czech Republic, Japan, Korea, Bali) allow him to bring unique approaches to his work. Prof. Cabelly’s prime focus is on Leadership Excellence, using the DiSC system and other contemporary techniques for Executive and Leadership Coaching.

    He speaks extensively on Generations in the Workplace, Leadership and Teambuilding, Work for the 21st Century, The Four Directions of Leadership, Contemporary Approaches to Negotiations, and Using Whole Brain Thinking for Increased Effectiveness.