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Tracy Tyler, invited panel guest at the Slalom Consulting Women’s Leadership Network Event:

SUPERWOMAN - What began as an ideal has become an expectation. On November 10, the Slalom Women's Leadership Network, and an esteemed panel of female leaders, will debunk the myth and explore how to achieve success - and a balanced life.  Does "having it all" truly address the complexity of what women need?  What tangible and immediate action can we take to foster greater opportunities and equality in our workplace?


New Jersey Human Resources Planning Group (NJHRPG)
Major Program Event The Future Workplace Experience featuring Jeanne C. Meister

They will present "The Future Workplace Experience" on November 3rd, 2016 at Hanover Marriott in  Whippany, NJ. Jeanne will present "The Future Workplace Experience: Learn 10 Rules for Mastering Disruption in Recruiting and Engaging Employees".  The future is happening and it's not waiting for you or your company.  In times of constant and accelerated change, HR organization must prepare for the future workforce and workplace.  Research from Future Workplace conducted among 2,147 global HR leaders and Hiring Managers, examines how companies across a range of industries are mastering disruption in sourcing, developing, retaining and engaging employees. The research results are part of a new book entitled, The Future Workplace Experience: 10 Rules For Mastering Disruption in Recruiting and Engaging Employees.
Details about this program can be found at http://www.njhrpg.org/


Announcements

Tracy Tyler, Founder and Managing Partner of Strategies for Success International has been invited to collaborate on the initiative on the Future of Work.
A groundswell of enthusiasm has emerged, to create a movement that will advance the future of the HR profession faster. Beginning in 2013, with a handful of like-minded HR leaders, the CHREATE initiative has attracted over 30 CHROs and other HR leaders. These HR leaders have devoted hundreds of hours of volunteer effort to map how HR must evolve to meet the future challenges in ten years, to identify pivotal initiatives to accelerate that evolution, and to design the actions needed to make the future a reality. The CHREATE initiative is unique in its diversity, its open-source approach, and its emphasis on collective action that goes beyond the fine work of any one institution, to tap the synergies that are possible when we work together. Through the power of open-source collaboration, participant diversity, volunteerism and a unique combination of in-kind and financial resources, we aim to continue and extend the community of senior HR leaders who will re-imagine a profession equipped to address the challenges of the future.

For more information, please visit http://www.CHREATE.net

Strategies for Success earns status as a
National Women Business Owners Corporation (NWBOC)

Strategies for Success LLC has been certified as a woman owned and controlled business by the National Women Business Owners Corporation (NWBOC). The goal of the certification program is to streamline the certification process and increase the ability of women business owners to compete for contracts at a national level.

“Certification provides companies an incentive to partner with an officially designated woman owned business,” says Tracy Flack Tyler, Founder and Managing Director. "In addition, this program will enable us to develop stronger relationships with larger companies and create opportunities for future partnerships with other public and private companies."

Strategies For Success Announces Support of
Morris County Chapter of Dress for Success

Strategies for Success is proud to support the Morris County chapter of Dress for Success, an organization whose vision is a world where women do not live in poverty. Dress for Success strives for a world where all women are financially independent, are treated with dignity and respect and are directly impacting their lives and those of their families.  They aspire to a world that fully harnesses the power of women and recognizes their role in economic sustainability.

Dress for Success provides ongoing career development opportunities through their Employment Retention Program, which includes the Professional Women's Group (PWG). The Professional Women's Group (PWG) is a monthly networking and support group open to clients who have gone through the suiting program and have successfully gained employment.

The meetings provide a comfortable atmosphere in which women can share, grow and network with other women who have had to make the same transition into the workforce and face similar challenges. Meetings include presentations and workshops, led by expert speakers, on topics that promote professional and personal development.

Strategies For Success Announces Affiliation with
New Jersey Human Resources Planning Group (NJHRPG) and
Human Resource People & Strategy (HRPS)

Tracy is the co-president of the New Jersey Human Resources Planning Group (NJHRPG), an affiliate of the global Human Resource People & Strategy (HRPS) organization. NJHRPG has been recognized as a premier learning community for senior level HR and OD professionals, and provides high quality events and other content resources focused on the design and implementation of value-adding strategies and practices for practi
tioners and strategic partners.

Strategies For Success is Proud to Announce Positioning
Cynthia Jones as Director of Operations
 
Strategies For Success is proud to announce the addition of Cynthia Jones, Director of Operations. Cindi comes to the firm with a wealth of experience in business strategy and consulting. Cindi handles all the business operations and technical support for the firm and has already improved communication and processes. Her role will expand as the firm continues to grow; Cindi’s industry experience and technical and analytical background will provide a strong compliment to our team. Cindi has a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from University of Delaware, and an M.B.A. from Rutgers in Human Resource Management. Learn more about Cindi.

Events Archive

New Jersey Human Resources Planning Group (NJHRPG)
Major Program Event LIVE2LEAD featuring John C. Maxwell, Simon Sinek,          Dan Cathy & Liz Wiseman
They will present "LIVE2LEAD" on October7th, 2016 at Bridgewater Marriott in Bridgewater, NJ. Live2Lead is a half-day, leader development experience designed to equip attendees with new perspectives, practical tools and key takeaways.  They'll learn from world-class leadership experts, be prepared to implement a new action plan, and start leading when they get back to the office with renewed passion and commitment.

Details about this program can be found at http://www.njhrpg.org/

New Jersey Human Resources Planning Group (NJHRPG)

Major Program Event featuring Bruce Tulgan

Bruce will present
"How to Bring out the Best in Today's Young Talent: Bridging the Soft Skills Gap & Coaching Style Leadership"
on December 3rd, 2015 at the Hanover Marriott in Hanover, NJ. The number one challenge with today's young talent is a problem hiding in plain sight: the ever-widening "soft skills gap."  Today's newest young workforce has so much to offer - new technical skills, new ideas, new perspectives, new energy.  Yet too many of them are held back - and driving the grown-ups crazy - because of their weak soft skills.

Details about this program can be found at  http://www.njhrpg.org/

New Jersey Human Resources Planning Group (NJHRPG)

Major Program Event featuring Ian Ziskin

Ian presented
"The Future of HR: What HR Leaders Need to Know and Do to Be Relevant"  
on  September 28, 2015 at the Bridgewater Marriott in Bridgewater, NJ. The program included provocative content, active discussion, and practical tools and solutions related to addressing critical challenging business and  human capitol issues.

Details about this program can be found at  http://www.njhrpg.org/

New Jersey Human Resource Planning Group (NJHRPG)
Major Program Event featuring Marshall Goldsmith

Marshall presented  "TRIGGERS:  Becoming the Person We Want to Be"  on June 11, 2015 at the Bridgewater Marriott in Bridgewater, NJ.  Marshall shared his insights on why we don't become the person we want to be - why change is so difficult for all of us and the delusions that hold us back. Marshall's goal was to help you become the person you want to be.  As a coach, he also wanted to share practical tools that you can use to help others achieve positive change.

Details about this program can be found at  http://www.njhrpg.org/


New Jersey Human Resource Planning Group (NJHRPG)
Major Program Event Featuring Bill Jensen, Mr. Simplicity

Bill presented  "The Future of Work"  on April 15, 2015 at the Bridgewater Marriott in Bridgewater, NJ. Bill shared the top three findings that are a roadmap for the future.  He'll  facilitated our own exploration and discussion about the future.  All came prepared to be challenged, and to explore the future of work together.  Bill shared change and implementation tips from his deep expertise in organizational simplicity.

Details about this program can be found at  http://www.njhrpg.org/



New Jersey Human Resource Planning Group (NJHRPG)
Major Program Event Featuring Courtney Shelton Hunt 
Sharon presented "TRANSFORMATION IN THE DIGITAL ERA: Implications for Organizations and Individuals"  on November 18 2014 at the Bridgewater Marriott in Bridgewater, NJ.   We invited you to join us for this highly relevant, informative, and interactive program which was beneficial to business leaders and others in all types of organizations, industries, and functional areas.   

Details about this program can be found at  http://www.njhrpg.org/





New Jersey Human Resource Planning Group (NJHRPG)
Major Program Event Featuring Aaron Hurst 
Aaron presented "THE PURPOSE ECONOMY: Trends, drivers, and implications organizational leaders need to know and address"  on September 9, 2014 at the Hanover Marriott in Whippany, NJ.   Aaron discussed economic trends brought on by the "sharing economy", the millennial generation, and breakthroughs in technology that are changing company structure and the function of HR.   

Details about this program can be found at  http://www.njhrpg.org/

Thank You!
On Thursday, April 24, the Westin Governor Morris hosted the 2014 Dress for Success Morris County Gala.  The Board members would like to thank you for your support and for helping us raise nearly $100,000 net.  These critical funds will help us to continue to grow our suiting and career service programs and assist over 1,300 economically challenged women every year with their professional dreams in eight counties over New Jersey.  We hope that you enjoyed yourself and learned something new about Dress for Success Morris County.

New Partners Forum: Building a Robust Practice and a Meaningful Career
Tracy Tyler presented at the New Partners Forum: Building a Robust Practice and a Meaningful Careeron June 6, 2012 at the Brooklake Country Club in Florham Park. Her session, titled "Achieving Peak Performance: Self-Assessment, Self-Awareness and Harnessing the Power of Emotional Intelligence" addressed the changing role of the newly promoted attorney to partner. 

Details about this program can be found at  http://www.njhrpg.org/



New Jersey Human Resource Planning Group (NJHRPG)
Major Program Event Featuring Ann Herrmann-Nehdi
Ann Herrmann-Nehdi presented "STRATEGY AT THE SPEED OF THOUGHT: 4 StepsTo Building Your Thinking Agility"  on May 15, 2014.  This session taught you how to leverage the appropriate mix of analytical, methodical, interpersonal, and visionary thinking to identify and address long-term and immediate organizational needs, so you can build your thinking agility and quickly create and executive high-value, high-return strategies.  Details about this program can be found at  http://www.njhrpg.org/



New Jersey Human Resource Planning Group (NJHRPG)
Major Program Event Featuring Scott Eblin
Scott Eblin presented "OVERWORKED AND OVERWHELMED: A Mindful Leadership Alternative" on February 26, 2014.  As an executive coach, speaker, and author, Scott Eblin helps leaders learn what to pick up and let go of to get game changing results.  Details about this program can be found at  http://www.njhrpg.org/


New Jersey Human Resource Planning Group (NJHRPG)
Major Program Event Featuring Dr. Jean Twenge

Dr. Jean Twenge presented "Gen Me at Work: What's Up with America's Most Entitled, Confident, Assertive and Miserable Generation of Workers? and what you can do about it? on November 20, 2013. Dr. Twenge a member of Generation Me uses findings from the largest intergenerational research study ever conducted to reveal how profoundly distinctive today's young adults are. Details about this programs can be found at  http://www.njhrpg.org/

Morris County Chapter of Dress for Success 2013 Annual Gala
Thank you to all who supported the 

Dress for Success Morris County Gala 

on April 25, 2013.  With your generosity and support, we were able to net over $150,000, and we are increasing every year!  I hope that you enjoyed yourself and learned something that you did not know already about Dress for Success Morris County.  For those of you not able to attend, thank you for your generous contributions and support.  The money raised will help us continue to grow our programs and assist women to realize personal and professional success.  The money will also help us grow our newest initiatives such as the Mobile Suits to Success Program and continue to impact more women and their communities in eight counties.


New Jersey Human Resource Planning Group (NJHRPG)

Major Program Event Featuring Dr. Jeremy Hunter
Dr. Jeremy Hunter presented a fantastic program "First Things First: Enhancing the Ability to Manage Oneself" on October 1, 2013. Dr. Hunter discussed the systematic methodology of self-management as well as explored different models and practices that develop attention and play with ways that you can immediately use at work and home. Details about future programs can be found at http://www.njhrpg.org/

New Jersey Human Resource Planning Group (NJHRPG)

Major Program Event Featuring Dr. Michael Watkins
Dr. Michael Watkins, reknown author of "The First 90 Days: Critical Success Strategies for New Leaders at all Levels” presented on June 18, 2013.  In this session, he discussed the business case for accelerating everyone to reduce derailment and speedup time to perform. He then explored what it takes to put in place an enterprise-wide system for accelerating transitions, and also highlighted the implications for speeding up an organizational transformation -- including restructuring, rapid growth, or merger and acquisition integration.Visit http://www.njhrpg.org/ to learn more about the organization and future programs.

New Jersey Human Resource Planning Group (NJHRPG)
Major
Program Event Featuring Dr. Shirzad Charmine

Dr. Shirzad Chamine presented “Positive Intelligence (PQ) – Why It Matters More than IQ or EQ” on March 19, 2013.  In this engaging and interactive session, Dr. Shirzad Chamine revealed how to achieve one’s true potential for both professional success and personal fulfillment.  His ground-breaking research exposed 10 well-disguised mental "Saboteurs" that frequently undermine both individual and group performance effectiveness.  

New Jersey Human Resource Planning Group (NJHRPG)
Major
 Program Event Featuring Dr. David Finegold

Dr. Finegold presented "Global Talent Spotlight: Evolving Skills Development Systems In China & India" on October 9, 2012. In this highly informative program, Dr. David Finegold compared and contrasted the past/present/future challenges and opportunities related to the economic/ education/skills environments within these two influential countries as well as related changes now underway there that will create far-reaching implications for U.S. companies and workers.  Visit http://www.njhrpg.org/ to learn more about the organization and future programs.

New Jersey Human Resources Planning Group (NJHRPG) and Human Resource People & Strategy (HRPS)
Strategies for Success was one of the proud sponsors of our recent event with Tamara Erickson, McKinsey Award-winning author and widely respected expert on 
collaboration and innovation on the changing workforce, and on the nature of work in intelligent organizations. Tammy presented "TEN ASSUMPTIONS THAT ARE NO LONGER TRUE... BUT STILL SHAPE OUR ORGANIZATIONS TODAY.” Today's organizations were designed in response to conditions that no longer exist. They are predicated on a set of underlying assumptions that most of us quickly recognize are not valid today.  Visit http://www.njhrpg.org/ to learn more about the organization and future programs.