**Please note that registration for the August meeting will close earlier than usual – RSVP deadline is Wednesday, August 2nd at noon. Tuesday, August 8, 2017 11:00-11:30 Registration 11:30-12:00 noon – Lunch & Business Meeting 12:00 – 1:00pm – Luncheon Program 1:15pm – 2:15pm – Luncheon Program Follow-Up Session Luncheon Program – LHRMA members – $15 Luncheon Program – non-members – $25 Luncheon Program & In Depth Follow Up Session – LHRMA members – $30 Luncheon Program & In Depth Follow Up Session – non-members – $40 Presenter: JerLene Mosley, Learning and Development Advanced Consultant, Gallup Lunch Program: How Millennials Want to Work and Live Join JerLene Mosley from Gallup as she shares key insights from the world’s largest study to date on Millennials and how they compare to other generations. Lunch Program Follow Up: Engaging our Employees: Bringing Out the Best Learn research discoveries and practical applications about how our workplaces can be enriched and enhanced, especially when you play to the strengths of your employees. About JerLene Mosley JerLene Mosley, Learning and Development Advanced Consultant, joined Gallup in 1988. She supports schools and districts throughout the U.S. to improve performance through selection, engagement, coaching and development. As an expert on Gallup’s talent-based hiring science, JerLene consults with school districts on human resources strategies and on teacher, principal and staff selection. She works with districts to increase teacher and student engagement, leading to improved educational outcomes. JerLene has presented seminars on strengths-based development for more than 100 of Gallup’s K-12 education clients. She develops curriculum and presents in-person and online seminars on teacher and principal selection, strengths-based leadership for educators and administrators, and strengths-based approaches to student development, academic achievement and goal-setting. JerLene contributed to the development of the Clifton Youth StrengthsExplorer, a student development program designed to help middle school students, their parents and educators learn more about each student’s talents and develop them into strengths.