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    FCSHRM's April Meeting

    Date: April 27, 2017, 11:30am – 1:15pm
    Organizer:
    Frederick County Human Resources Management
    Location:
    Dutch's Daughter
    Frederick, MD
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    Red Zone and Green Zone Thinking

    Thursday, April 27, 2017, 11:30am - 01:30pm

    Dutch's Daughter, Frederick, MD

    For Registration: https://www.fcshrm.org/index.php/events/calender-of-events/icalrepeat.de...

    Red Zone and Green Zone Thinking – How active collaboration drives accountability, allows for truth and openness, and builds trust and a focus on mutual gains in organizations.

    Collaboration is a level of cooperation and active collaboration that goes beyond simply working together. To be proactive and effective, we need to look out for the interests of all parties involved, and keep a focus on mutual gains.   In order to do this, we have to take a pro-active approach to understanding ourselves and others, and find ways to focus on mutual gains, to problem solve, and to create long-term relationships which do away with traditional notions of maximizing personal gains and minimizing losses.

    Entering into interactions from a defensive position, leads to lower collaboration. Defensiveness does not protect us from other people, it defends us from fears we don’t want to feel. By lowering our own defensiveness, we can increase our ability to collaborate and problem solve with others.

    Learning Objectives:

    Gain understanding of the Five Key Skills to building and maintaining long-term climates of trust which promote better collaboration

    Gain understanding of the importance of good collaboration

    Gain understanding of how the way we feel about ourselves and others has a strong influence on our behavior when we act together with other people. This would include an overview of the three dimensions of human behavior – Inclusion, Control & Openness.

    Speaker Information:

    Nicole Aliev brings 20 years’ experience as an Organizational Development practitioner, working with clients to assess organizational needs, and to design, implement and evaluate programs to align people with business objectives. As a change management specialist, Nicole works closely with leadership to provide guidance on strategic planning, coaching, team building and facilitation to cement goals and drive competitive growth. Nicole is a certified Radical Collaboration Trainer, and LIFO Method Behavioral Assessment Trainer, as well as a Neuro Linguistic Programing Master Practitioner, and is adept at running organizational assessments, training, coaching, mediation and in-depth capability design to enhance individual and organizational performance for clients in a variety of industries and sectors, including non-for profits.

    Nicole spent four years working as a Change Management Consultant with Gemini Consulting in London, working across Europe and South Africa in a variety of industries including telecommunications, oil and gas, pharmaceuticals, food production, retail and IT and. In 2000, she moved to New York to join the Goldman Sachs Leadership Training division, and then moved on to Morgan Stanley as Global Head of their IT Graduate Training Division. In 2004 Nicole started a successful independent consultancy called Rat Race Be Gone, which later became Namaqua Consulting.

    A graduate from Brunel University in West London, Nicole has experience living and working in North America, Europe and South Africa. Nicole is a SHRM Senior Certified Professional, and works with clients around Frederick and the Greater Washington DC area. A passionate advocate for abused and neglected children, Nicole has volunteered as a CASA in Maryland for the past seven years.

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    Certification:

    HRCI and SHRM credits