Jane Moughon – Speaker For:
Keynotes and Conferences
Jane Moughon is much more than a workshop leader alone. She is a passionate evangelist for maximizing profit through retaining people. She is sought out as an expert speaker on employment trends and the actions needed to retain a profitable workforce.
The hidden cost of retaining a stable workplace goes way beyond the easily recognized expense of replacing a single employee. Employee turnover also impacts the people who must carry the workload when other people leave. The challenge of retaining employees will often cause people to “quit and stay”. In other words, the employees left behind will disengage. A company’s retention challenges severely weaken employee engagement and job satisfaction.
Join the organizations who have tapped into Jane’s recognized expertise for their industry meetings and conferences. Hear a dynamic presentation filled with compelling data, real-life stories and proven solutions to the crisis of retaining the best employees. Expect your meeting attendees to walk away from Jane’s presentation encouraged and ready to implement effective retention practices.
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Jane Moughon, MS-HRM, CPC, CGL
RetainAbility’s founder and CEO, Jane Moughon, is uniquely qualified to provide this type of training. She is also a Director for Houston’s Public Speaker’s Association.
As a Certified Group Leader (CGL) and Certified Professional Coach (CPC), Jane has earned the trust of many. Her history as a professional recruiter, career development trainer and employment with both Enron and Pennzoil demonstrates her wealth of experience to clients who want to increase profits through carefully strategized retention programs.
Jane is a life-long learner, dedicated to constant improvement and expansion of her expertise. She earned her Master’s of Science in Human Resource Management from Houston Baptist University. Her Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration included a major in Accounting. The University of Houston also certified her in the “Coaching Tools for Leaders” program.
Professional memberships include the
- Katy Chamber of Commerce
- Association of Talent Development (formerly American Society of Training and Development)
- Texas Diversity Council.
- National Association of Professional Women | 2012-2013 named “Woman of the Year”