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Monday Morning Speaker:
Putting Your Strengths to Work: How to Assess Job Fitness and Ensure Career Happiness with HR and Work Coach Halelly Azulay
Everyone possesses strengths, defined as “Talent + Knowledge + Skills”.
When your work allows you to use your strengths daily, you will be happier and fulfill your greatest potential in your one life to live. Plus, your employer benefits from your increased productivity and engagement. It’s a win-win proposition. In this interactive and engaging workshop, learn how to identify and cultivate your strengths and find the kind of work that will allow you to maximize them every day.
1719 Lorre Drive
Rockville, MD 20852
Past President, Metro DC ASTD
check out her blog at www.talentgrow.com/blog |
“The greatest danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that it is too low and we reach it." ~Michelangelo
ABOUT HALELLY AZULAY
Halelly Azulay is a workplace learning professional specializing in guiding people and organizations of all types and sizes to peak performance. She brings over 18 years of professional experience in the fields of workplace learning and communication with regulatory, corporate, government, nonprofit and academic clients.
Halelly is president of TalentGrow, a consulting company focused on developing leaders and teams to improve the human side of work through services such as training, teambuilding, and coaching.
TalentGrow specializes in teambuilding and facilitation; management and leadership; communication skills; coaching; and emotional intelligence, and works with all organizational levels, from C-level and Senior Leaders to Frontline Managers and individual contributors, in corporate, government, non-profit, and educational settings.
Halelly has worked with organizations such as the Food and Drug Administration, Office of Naval Research, Department of Commerce, Department of Education, Office of Personnel Management, Management Concepts, Inc., FINRA (formerly NASD), University of Maryland, National Minority AIDS Council, ebb associates, American Psychological Association, American Society for Health-System Pharmacists, and Johns Hopkins University.
She has researched, developed, delivered and evaluated solutions in areas such as teambuilding; management and leadership; communication skills; coaching and feedback; change management; accountability; emotional intelligence; conflict resolution; negotiation; and the Myers-Briggs (MBTI®) personality type.
Halelly’s expertise is sought after in the community. She served as a Judge of the Apollo Awards in 2009 and 2010, which celebrate excellence in employee development within companies of all sizes in the Metropolitan Washington, DC, area.
She speaks at conferences and meetings for organizations such as the Human Resource Leadership Forum, The National-Louis University Women’s Leadership conference, The International Coaches Federation and the Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine’s Management Conference.
Halelly earned a B.A. (cum laude) and an M.A. in Communication from the University of Maryland with a focus on training and development and intercultural/ organizational communication. She is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and the Golden Key Honor Society. Halelly holds professional certifications in the Myers-
Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), Emotional Quotient Inventory (Bar-On EQ-i), the Apter Motivational Style Profile (AMSP), the Index of Emotional Intelligence, Development Dimensions, Inc. (DDI) training, Conner Partners’ Change Management methodology, and PDI’s Profilor 360 Assessment. She has completed coursework toward a Human Performance Improvement (HPI) certification and ICF Coaching Certification.
Halelly is Past President of the Board of Directors of the award-winning Metro DC chapter of the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) where she served in various Board leadership roles from 2005 to 2010. She is active in her professional community and actively seeks professional development and networking opportunities on a regular basis.
Plan to join us after the meeting for networking. Many of us carry our conversations to lunch at the nearby Brookings Institution.
Attire is business casual, recruiters are often present, so we ask all Monday Speaker attendees to contribute to the professional standards and objectives of this important networking meeting.
Doors open at 9:15 for networking and the program starts promptly at 10:00.
40Plus of Greater Washington
1718 P Street, NW, Suite T2
Washington, DC 20036
near the DuPont Circle Metro, use the South exit.
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40Plus of Greater Washington
Empowering Experienced Professionals
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