Facilitators: Stephen Hart, MS and Mary Trainer, RSM
Wednesday, April 11, 2018, 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
Cost: $150 (includes lunch)
Register online here or call 215-934-6206
In this new era, employees want to experience a deeper sense of purpose and meaning in their work, expect leaders to practice more inclusive behaviors, and desire to work more collaboratively. These emerging propositions of work may require a shift in the way traditional command and control leaders think about their role, motivate, develop, and retain their staff, and how they direct the work of others to achieve business results. Join us as we explore these shifts and learn how to truly engage the human spirit of the enterprise in the new era of work.
Stephen G. Hart
Steve Hart is Vice President, Human Resources at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. He heads Talent Management, HRIS/Analytics, Diversity and Inclusion, and Employee Relations at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia . A native of England, Steve began working for the Fed in 1985 as a Senior Marketing Analyst. He moved to Human Resources in 2003 after spending 18 months as the Bank’s Planning Officer. Steve was an adjunct professor at LaSalle University where he has taught various courses on Organizational Change, Systems Theory, Leadership, and Human Capital. Steve is now a member of the Affiliate Faculty at the University of Pennsylvania where he teaches in the graduate Organizational Dynamics program. Steve’s course is titled: Human Capital Strategy and its Implications for Leaders. Steve is a graduate of the University of Durham, England; LaSalle University, Philadelphia; and The Stonier Graduate School of Banking. He also holds a Master of Science degree from the University of Pennsylvania, and is a member of the 2009 Core Class of Leadership Philadelphia. Steve is an honorary member of the Golden Key National Honors Society. He is a prolific song writer, music arranger and performer with the acoustic guitar group, HMS.
Mary Trainer RSM, Ph.D.
Founder of Cranaleith, Mary Trainer entered the Sisters of Mercy in 1958, spending her early years in the ministry of elementary and secondary education.. In 1981 she received a doctorate in Social Psychology from Boston University and a certificate in Spiritual Direction from Shalem Institute for Spiritual Guidance. Now in retirement, continues her work in spiritual direction and retreats.