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What Managers Need to Know about Marriage

I will be speaking about managing married employees on Wednesday, February 11, 2009, in Philadelphia. If you are a manager, a supervisor, or a trainer, I promise lots of useful ideas. I hope you will come to this meeting of the Greater Philadelphia Chapter of the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD).

Why should managers care? Because unhappy marriages tank productivity and breakups cost employers money. Because your company secrets and your company's reputation are at stake when execs' marriages go bad. And because there is a lot you can do without prying into employees' personal affairs or turning into their marriage counselors, and all of it will directly benefit job performance.

What do I know about corporate productivity and training? In addition to being a trained marriage educator, I am a Certified Performance Technologist with 34 years of experience working for IBM, J&J, AT&T, Chase Bank, and many other corporations.

The meeting, which includes a buffet dinner, runs from 6:00 to 8:30 PM on Wednesday, February 11, 2009. Join us at the Hilton Garden Inn, 1100 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA. Save $5.00 by registering before noon on February 10th.

I hope you will introduce yourself at the meeting. I would love to meet you.

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