What is self-handicapping behavior? Self-handicapping is a common behavior that hasn’t received much attention in the professional business literature. Self-handicapping is frequent, hidden, subtle, and difficult to see and often denied by individuals and organizations. Consequently, many employees disengage and end up quitting or being terminated which contributes to turnover, poor customer satisfaction, productivity, and profitably problems.
Unfortunately, many employers lack the expertise or skillset and find themselves ill-equipped to deal with these behaviors. Are you or your employees self-handicapping? Are your thoughts, and beliefs impacting your personal or professional potential? And if so, how would you know, and what could you do about it?
RE-CERTIFICATION CREDITS AVAILABLE! 1 hour general HRCI and 1 SHRM PDC
Meeting Agenda: BNHRC is committed to the personal and professional development of professionals. If you are interested in networking and learning from your peers, please arrive at 11:30 as there will be discussion topics available for your table to discuss prior to any announcements and the speaker presentation.
- 11:30 AM - Registration and networking
- 11:45 AM - Lunch will be served
- 11:55 AM - Announcements
- 12:00 PM - Presentation, followed by Q&A
Menu: Meals include fresh garden salad, vegetable du jour, homemade bread rolls, dessert, and your choice of coffee, iced tea and water.
Please select one of the following meal options during online registration:
- Main Entrée: Chicken Teriyaki - breast of chicken marinated in soy, sherry and pineapple
- Vegetarian Option: Portabella- Portabella mushroom stuffed with spinach, zucchini & squash, topped with mozzarella cheese and tomato
Registration Deadline: 12:00 noon on Wednesday, January 22nd
Guests are welcome to attend. The guest fee is $25. Potential new members and first time guests can attend their first meeting for free! Please click here to review our event payment policies.