April Signature Speaker Event
Speaker: Danielle Hoeltzel, PHR, SHRM-CP, Leadership Consultant, Express Employment Professionals
Not only is important to understand the target that you are marketing to but also to understand the people you work with every day. This month AMAOKC is focusing on improving your communications within your workplace. Danielle Hoeltzel, PHR, SHRM-CP, Leadership Consultant, with Express Employment Professionals will discuss how to better understand and manage generations in the workplace.
- Identify key influencing characteristics of the different generations in the workforce
- Discuss each generation’s unique contributions and areas for growth
- Diagnose workplace issues from a generational perspective
- Identify potential generational conflicts and help prevent them
- Use motivation and retention tips specific to the different generations
Thank you to this month’s sponsor:
Any AMA OKC member who attends come to the OG&E Ride and Drive event on April 22nd (earth day) and drives an electric vehicle, OG&E will make a donation of $10 to AMA. Find out more.
About the Speaker
Danielle Hoeltzel has been in the training and organizational development field for 10 years, with a special focus on leadership development, coaching, group facilitation, and presentation skills. Before becoming a leadership consultant for Express Employment Professionals, she worked at Chesapeake Energy and served as a human resources analyst.
With experience serving as a change manager through initiatives in medium and large organizations, Hoeltzel is a Certified Prosci Change Management practitioner, DDI Embracing Change facilitator, and “Who Moved My Cheese” Change Management trainer. Additionally, she has earned her Professional in Human Resources certification from HR Certification Institute, and is a Society for Human Resource Management Certified Professional.
Hoeltzel’s previous speaking engagements include the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits, Junior League of Oklahoma City, University of Central Oklahoma, Oklahoma City Community College, Oklahoma Jump$tart Coalition, and the Oklahoma Council for Economic Education, among others.
An active member of her community, Hoeltzel has served on the board for the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits since 2012. She is also active in the Association for Talent Development, where she has held positions as President and Conference Co-Chair. Hoeltzel has also served as a United Way Community Investment Volunteer and developed employment courses for the Education and Employment Ministries.
Connect with Danielle on LinkedIn