Sessions in detail

Friday, June 9, 2017

7:45am

Registration opens

8:30-9am

Welcome

9-9:15am Break

9:15-10:30am Sessions A1-A5 (choose 1)

Session A1
How Teams Can Have The Right Fight
Beth Bovis


Session A2
Talent Acquisition Today, The Art and the Science
Mark Richardson

Session A3
Inviting Feedback on Your Leadership Even When You’re Not in the Mood
Melanie Schmidt, MS

Session A4
Adventures in Clear Thinking: Hunting Paper Tigers & Avoiding Slippery Slopes
Jason Lemahieu

Session A5
Get More of What You Want in a Negotiation by Using (Not Abusing!) Your Power
Allison Cooley, MEd

10:30-10:45am Break

10:45-12noon Sessions B1-B5 (choose 1)

Session B1
The New Loyalty; What Got Us Here Won’t Get Us There
Sarah Young, CPCC

Session B2
Through the Looking Glass: Self-Examination, Diversity and Decision-Making
Deborah Biddle, MBA

Session B3
The Paradox and Practice of Servant Leadership: A Personal Case Study
Nelson Soler, MS, MBA

Session B4
Visual Intelligence: The Overlooked Leadership Skill
Samantha Crownover, MA

Session B5
Reflections on 26 years of Change Initiatives; What Works, What Doesn't
Maury Cotter

12noon-1pm Lunch

1-2:15pm Keynote

Walking the Talk May Not Be What You Think It Is
Oscar Mireles, director of Omega School and current poet laureate for the City of Madison

2:15-2:30pm Break

2:30-4pm Sessions C1-C5 (choose 1)

Session C1
To Share or Not to Share; The Question of Transparency
Michelle Venturini, MBA, SPHR

Session C2
The Brain Science of Personal and Organizational Change and Engagement
Niraj Nijhawan, MD, MS

Session C3
So You’ve “Found” Your Strengths, Now What?
Lauren Pagenkopf, MIM

Session C4
Reframing Lost Trust; From Obstacle to Opportunity
Dan Krueger

Session C5
Facilitation Skills for Discussion Groups Stuck in “The Groan Zone”
Roger Wolkoff, MBA

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