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West Suburban Interest Group - Science of Human Behavior to Improve Organizational Performance
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West Suburban Interest Group - Science of Human Behavior to Improve Organizational Performance

*FREE to HRMAC Members* Learn to Solve Your Most Challenging Employee and Team Performance Issues

When: Tuesday, October 3, 2017
8:00 - 8:30 am Registration & Networking; 8:30 - 10:00 am Program
Where: AJ Gallagher
2850 Golf Road
Rolling Meadows, Illinois  60008
United States
Contact: Lyndy Nierman

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                     Solving Your Most Challenging Employee and Team Performance Issues

As a business leader, you want to deliver significant improvements in employee and team performance.  To do so, you need every team to be performing at or above expectations.  However, traditional efforts to solve your most challenging employee and team performance issues haven’t delivered the results that were promised.  Employees and teams are still under-performing and you’re frustrated that these levels of performance are negatively impacting revenues, cash flow and profitability.  Jim Connolly understands what’s it like to feel frustrated when traditional solutions don’t solve employee and team performance problems.  He dealt with these same issues in operations, sales and leadership roles prior to his consulting career.
Jim’s approach is unique.  As a life-long student of the psychology of human behavior, Jim developed a framework, based on the science of human behavior, that explains and predicts how human behavior works inside organizations.  You’ll discover that peak performing employees and teams provide 3-5 times more of a return than average performing employees and teams.  Jim will help you apply this framework to both build peak performance and solve employee and team performance issues.

You will gain insights into:

- The Marketplace realities we face
- The Science of human behavior
- Revelations of overlooked opportunities to improve organizational performance
- A toolbox of methods that improve organizational performance


Jim Connolly, Founder and CEO of OrgEx, Inc.

Jim helps companies improve operational and financial results by leveraging principles from the science of human behavior. As a result, companies close the gap between their current results and the results company leaders know their company is capable of achieving.  Most of Jim’s projects include consulting directly with CXO’s, owners and boards of directors of mid‐market privately‐held companies. Jim’s larger well known clients include Caterpillar, GE, Case New Holland (CNH) and ThyssenKrupp USA. Jim has completed more than 2,100 behavioral interviews in his career. In short, after a behavioral interview, you will know about an employee six months from now. As a testament to the value Jim provides for his clients, Jim has been working with many of his clients for more than ten years.
He is a sought after speaker who uses humor to challenge the thinking of his audiences. Jim understands how people think and uses that knowledge to equip, cajole and inspire audiences.
Jim has published more than 50 articles and has been quoted in many publications including BusinessWeek and The New York Post. Jim is working on his Doctorate of Management in Organizational Leadership and Change at Colorado Technical University in Colorado Springs, Colorado.


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Questions? Please contact HRMAC at 312-981-6790 or Lyndy Nierman at


The West Suburban Interest Group is sponsored by Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.




This program is pending for approval for 1.5 credit hours towards PHR/SPHR/SPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute (HRCI) as well as 1.5 professional development credits (PDC's) toward SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP certification.