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PROGRAM - Jim Clifton: It's The Manager
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When: 4/23/2020
8:00 - 10:00 am
Where: Newman Conference Center, Baruch College
151 E. 25th Street, bet. Lexington & 3rd Ave., 7th Fl.
New York, New York  10010
United States
Presenter: Jim Clifton, CEO & Chairman, Gallup
Contact: Alison Normand
212-479-0835


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IT'S THE MANAGER:

A Conversation with Jim Clifton, Chairman & CEO of Gallup

 

For decades, Gallup has offered advice and analytics on improving organizational performance. Their bestselling book It’s the Manager is the result of interviews with 300 CHROs from the world’s largest companies, and with millions of employees and managers.

Chairman & CEO Jim Clifton shares 52 Gallup discoveries about the future of work. He answers the burning questions on many leaders’ minds today: What do my employees want? And how do I attract and keep stars? Clifton tells how employees want purpose not just a paycheck; how they desire coaches, not bosses; how they seek development, not perks; and why employees want managers who focus on their strengths.

Join Jim and Julie Staudenmier, VP Global Learning & Development at Pfizer, for a broad-ranging conversation about how organizations can ensure that their managers are the most effective leaders they can be. Come with your own questions – there will be plenty of time to ask them! 

 

Presenter
Jim Clifton

Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

Gallup

Jim Clifton oversees the operation of 30 regional city centers worldwide as Chairman and CEO of Gallup, an analytics and advice company.

Under Jim's leadership, Gallup has expanded from a predominantly U.S.-based company to a worldwide organization with 30 offices in 20 countries and regions. Jim created The Gallup Path, a metric-based economic model that links the behaviors of employees and customers to business outcomes. This model is used in performance management systems in more than 500 companies worldwide.

Jim is the coauthor of the No. 1 Wall Street Journal and Washington Post bestseller It's the Manager. He is also the bestselling author of The Coming Jobs War and coauthor of Born to Build.