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    Creating Organizational Efficiencies for Increased Performance

    Date: December 14, 2016, 7:00am
    HRMA-WNE Program Committee
    Castle of Knights
    1599 Memorial Drive
    Chicopee, MA 01020
    Associate Members - $35 / Guest $40 payable at the door
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    Speaker: Mark Snow, EANE

    Join us for a lively holiday breakfast featuring Mark Snow, Director of Training & Development at Employers Association of the NorthEast! We’re approaching the end of another year – Where does the time go? Kick off the New Year with some new and innovative tips to approach time management in 2017!




    About Mark:

    Mark Snow is the Director of Learning & Development at Employers Association of the North East. Mark describes his passion for learning and development as going beyond training as an "event" to where performance is a process and a successful outcome moves the needle for measurable behavior or productivity changes. As part of the EANE leadership team, Mark is dedicated to our holistic approach which comprises the before, during and after of training for true performance improvement.

    Mark is a frequent speaker at major conferences and individual organization events on innovative subjects that embrace leadership-building, culture-enhancing and engagement-measuring topics.

    His workplace credentials include serving as a board member of the prominent Institute of Management Consultants where he was deeply involved in setting the course of national trainings. At HRD Press, he led a group of international management and HR consultants, working with organizations to optimize their workforce development practices. He designed and delivered leading-edge business training for companies that included Wells Fargo, Aetna Insurance, Whole Foods and other national organizations.

    Mark has been instrumental in training a cadre of over 1500 managers for a leading, national financial institution where he implemented a full-blown diagnostic assessment of twelve managerial competencies based on scientifically sound normative database. For a national grocery retailer, he pioneered a diversity program whose success went beyond initial expectations and resulted in vast engagement on all levels. The initiative focused on celebrating diversity as not only a compliance mandate, but also as a business advantage. Employees from across the country were involved in seven modules and actively engaged in a recipe-sharing program to increase inclusion and raise cultural awareness.

    Mark received a BA in English from the University of Massachusetts. Outside the office, Mark is a certified youth football coach and has a blast coaching 5th and 6th graders during the season. Contact Mark at