Managing Burnout & Employee Retention for Small Businesses
Wed, Sep 21, 2022 · 11:30 AM
· 2 hours
Managing Burnout & Employee Retention for Small Businesses
Wed, Sep 21, 2022 · 11:30 AM · Central Time (US & Canada)
About This Webinar
The well-being of business owners/entrepreneurs and their employees can have a huge impact on a business. Join us and subject-matter experts in discussing what burnout is, how to recognize burnout, and strategies to improve employee retention.
Moderator and Senior Management Executive, Strategy Consulting, Accenture
Liza Willmore is a Senior Management Executive with Accenture’s Strategy and Consulting practice, specialized in building strategies and overseeing operations for Talent and Organizations Design, Cloud Transformation, Product Development, and Change Management. Willmore has 15+ years of experience leading large scale enterprise transformations in Healthcare, Government, Retail, Manufacturing and Production, and Non-Profits. She currently serves as an Innovation Challenge Judge for the Conrad Foundation and has previously served as the Chair of the Texas State Agency Council Executive Board and on various boards across Texas in the roles of President, Public Relations Director, and Development Officer. In 2006, Willmore was awarded the Outstanding Woman in Texas Government award by the Governor’s Commission for Women for her service in improving the lives of Texas women. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from University of Texas at Austin and a MS in Technology Commercialization from UT Austin’s McCombs School of Business.
Vice President of Clinical Services at Televero Health
Dr. Denise Canchola, Vice President of Clinical Services; did her formal mental health training at Yale University in Connecticut and she earned her doctorate at the University of Miami in Coral Gables. Dr Canchola is psychodynamic psychotherapist and an advanced nurse practitioner & psychopharmacologist. She is a mental health services clinical operations administrator having owned and operated her own practice for 24 years, in Miami and being promoted into senior administrative roles since her return to her hometown of San Antonio, Texas.
Michael Stitt is CEO of Easy Tiger in Austin, Texas. Easy Tiger helps people Slow Down, Stay Awhile with artisan bread, cured meats, a full bar, and craft beers. Easy Tiger’s in-house bakery offers a selection of Old World hearth breads, European-style pastries, and signature soft pretzels—all baked fresh daily. Stitt joined the company in January 2020, just three months before the global pandemic shut down the world and rewired the entire hospitality industry. Stitt and team led the brand through the pandemic, first shuttering two locations, quickly pivoting to an all-digital retail operation and ramping production of its wholesale bakery operation to help feed Austin. Just three months into the pandemic, they began to build new locations, opening two new sites during the Covid chaos.
Prior to joining Easy Tiger, Stitt served as CEO of Invisible Ink Tattoo Removers (now Removery), the world’s largest and most trusted provider of tattoo removal and fading services. From 2004-2018, Stitt held various roles at Travelzoo (NASDAQ: TZOO), rising from an early employee, entry-level role to President, North America. Stitt holds a B.A. in Advertising from Iowa State University and an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management. Residing in Austin with his family, he is an avid sports fan, enjoys teaching and mentoring and recommends the pretzel with whipped, salted butter at Easy Tiger!
Leslie Taylor is Director of Human Resources of Sempra LNG, a subsidiary of SEMPRA dedicated to the development of premier LNG infrastructure in North America to provide sustainable, safe and reliable access to U.S. natural gas for global markets. With headquarters in Houston, Texas, Taylor leads teams responsible for human resources business partnering, talent acquisition, employee development, compensation/benefits and facilities management. Prior to joining Sempra LNG, Taylor was Director of Human Resources for Rosehill Resources, an exploration and production company. Taylor’s 30+ years of experience as an HR executive includes leadership roles in industries such as oil and gas, manufacturing, energy trading, renewable energy, utilities and oilfield services. Taylor is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma with a Bachelor of Science in Education and holds certifications in leadership and executive HR management programs from both Rice University and the University of Michigan.
Mayerland Harris is seasoned leader with over three decades of combined Human Resources and store operations experience in the grocery retail industry. As the Group Vice President of Talent for H-E-B, Mayerland leads the strategic functions of Human Resources. Those functions include total company compensation, talent acquisition, onboarding, leadership development, training, succession planning, HR technology, people analytics, and employee connection—including the DEIB function.
Mayerland is a lifelong learner. She received her undergraduate degree in Marketing from the University of Texas at Austin and earned her MBA from Texas A&M University. Mayerland is currently pursuing a doctoral degree for Learning and Organizational Change at Baylor University.
Mayerland is a dynamic, influential speaker with expertise in people-centric innovation and thought leadership. She applies a creative thought process and in-depth knowledge of Human Resources to provide unique solutions to complex problems in the people space. Mayerland’s gift for storytelling has helped her become a nationally sought-after speaker for many conferences and public appearances. She provides her audience with someone relatable and is sure to leave a lasting impression.