September 2017 Professional Development Workshop

September 2017 Professional Development Workshop

Dayton

Leading as an Human Resource Professional

Speaker: Keith Friede; Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., Area Vice President, Talent & Organizational Development

  • 7:45 AM - 8:00 AM: Registration & Continental Breakfast
  • 8:00 AM - 11:15 AM: Professional Development Workshop

Credits: This program has been submitted for recertification credits by the HR Certification Institute (HRCI) and SHRM Professional Development Credit (PDC).

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Session Description and Speaker Bio

Speaker: Keith Friede; Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., Area Vice President, Talent & Organizational Development

Topic: Leading as an Human Resource Professional

Session Description:
It’s the challenge of every serious HR professional – operating more strategically, to be more influential and get a “seat at the head table.” But crafting a brilliant strategy is only a start, because the world is not likely to beat a path to your doorstep. In this session, we’ll go beyond the “what” to address what is, arguably, more important – the “how”: establishing credibility as a business professional, developing your ability to influence, developing a dense web of trusting relationships inside and outside your organization, and communicating more effectively as a leader. You’ll have an opportunity in the session to actively begin developing action plans for improving your business influence, expanding your network, and communicating – and to practice all three with new network acquaintances!

Learning Objectives:
1. Develop greater credibility within their organizations as business leaders.
2. Develop influence and leadership skills by understanding and applying concepts such as courageous followership & leadership, the Leadership FingerprintTM, position power and leadership fluidity.
3. Utilize active, reflective listening skills to improve the quality of communication, deepen relationships and make better decisions

Speaker Bios:
Keith leads the Talent & Organization Development practice for Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.’s North Central Region. His primary consulting focus is delivering strategic consulting expertise, talent development programs and organization development interventions to client organizations. He also mentors, coaches and trains Gallagher employees in developing their strategic consulting capabilities. Keith is a frequent presenter at national and regional professional conferences throughout the U.S.

With over 25 years of experience in organizational leadership, human resource development, and benefits & human resource compliance, his breadth of expertise and capabilities results in his work delivering significant strategic, behavioral and bottom-line impact to client organizations.

Keith’s core areas of consulting expertise include leadership and management, total rewards strategy, presentation skills, interpersonal communication, and individual leadership coaching. His approach is application-oriented, with a strong bias for action learning, experiential learning, and real-time practical application of skills.

Keith is also a leading authority on strategically-oriented risk management related to employee benefits and human resources regulatory requirements, including healthcare reform (PPACA), FMLA, ADA, COBRA, HIPAA, HRAs, HSAs and Section 125 cafeteria plans.

Prior to joining Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. in 2003, Keith was president of A.E. Roberts Company, then one of the nation’s premier training and consulting organizations specializing in employee benefits and human resources compliance education. Earlier, he was an independent human resource development consultant, and a training & organization development consultant with ITT.

Keith holds an M.A. in human resource development from the University of St. Thomas. His ground-breaking post-graduate research on leadership in virtual organizations led to an ongoing association as an advisor and contributor to the Centre for Applied Leadership. Beyond Gallagher, Keith plays bass in several jazz groups and is the P.A. announcer for varsity soccer, basketball and baseball games at the high school from which he graduated.


Sinclair Community College
Building 12, Ponitz Conference Center, Room 127
444 West Third St.
Dayton, Ohio 45402

All registrations are to be made online, even if you will be paying at the door. Members and guests must register online and then can pay online or can still pay at-the-door. To pay at the door, ENTER and APPLY the MVHRA Promo Code: MVHRAPAYATDOOR at checkout when registering online.
Session handouts will be distributed to the email address used when registering within 24-48 hours after the session.

Pricing

MVHRA Member: $49.00
  • This price is for 1 attendee.
Non-Member Guest: $69.00
  • This price is for 1 attendee.
MVHRA Student Member: No charge
  • This price is for 1 attendee.
Non-Member Student Guest: $25.00
  • This price is for 1 attendee.

All meetings are held at The David H. Ponitz-Sinclair Center which is conveniently located in downtown Dayton.  Sinclair Center can be reached quickly and easily from nearby hotels and highways.

Directions to Sinclair Conference Center: Click for Map and Directions - The David H. Ponitz - Sinclair Conference Center

•Take the Third Street exit 53A off of I-75 (northbound or southbound)
•Turn right on Perry Street
•Turn right on Fourth Street, then right again into the underground parking garage beneath Sinclair Center
•Parking for the Sinclair Conference Center is at no charge (be sure to pick up your parking pass)

When and Where

Location
Chapter Workshop
444 West Third Street
Dayton
Date and Time
  • September 12, 2017
  • 7:45 AM to 11:15 AM