Creating a Meaningful Workplace In Family Businesses
The Network of Family Businesses has scheduled an on-line educational seminar with Dr. Neal Chalofsky on Creating A Meaningful Workplace In Family Businesses for Wednesday, January 19th at 11:00 AM EST.
In a White Paper found at www.netfamilybusiness.com
Dr. Chalofsky explains that economics requires a profit for a business to
continue, but profits really are not the goal of a business enterprise. What Chalofsky
has found is that people list money behind values such as meaning,
satisfaction, close work relationships, autonomy, work/life balance, and
learning. It is not about the perks, it is about the culture. He states, “When
you go to work each day knowing what you do makes a difference, that your voice
is heard, that your work is meaningful, and that you enjoy the company of your
colleagues, then you are truly part of a workplace community”.
Dr. Chalofsky is a Professor with the George
Washington University HOL program for over 20 years, and previously was the
director of the Human Resource Development program at the Northern Virginia
Graduate Center of Virginia Tech. He began his career as an internal HRD
practitioner, manager, and researcher for several federal and corporate
organizations for over a decade. Neal has served as a past president of the
local American Society for Training and Development chapter, and is a founding
member of the Academy for Human Resource Development. He recently released a
book titled: Meaningful Workplaces.
The Network of Family Businesses is an Exclusive
Private Network with a growing community of families that have a desire to keep
their finger on the pulse of industry trends while building their family
legacy. The Network supports Business Families in that journey with an Elite
Network of International Renowned Experts, Innovative on-line Educational
Seminars, Information Hub of Relevant Articles, and most importantly
Connections with Family Businesses from around the world.
Registration for the On-Line Educational Seminar
is available at www.netfamilybusiness.com