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Chapter Dinner: Powering Your Business With Engaged Employees
Event : 
Chapter Dinner
Date: 
Monday, August 20, 2018 - 18:30 to 20:30
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101 slots available
Price: 
$25.00
Speaker(s): 
Hillary Feder
PDU: 
1.00
PMI Talent Triangle: 
Leadership
Event ID: 
C018180802
Program Description: 

Of course, you know engaged employees are important to your company’s success, but do you fully understand how important? How you communicate, recognize and the authenticity you lead with can greatly affect your team’s morale, productivity and, yes, project profitability. Hillary inspires leaders to develop interactions that are consistent, demonstrate appreciation and enable ownership of work and lead to greater engagement and success. 

Takeaways:
• Creating communication patterns that are clear, are heard, and are integrated 
consistently and frequently.
• Creating recognition patterns that are meaningful, systematized, and aligned to
company objectives. 
• Creating authenticity through walking the walk, leading with empathy, and enabling
“ownership” of work product.
• Establish a blueprint for greater employee engagement.

Special Instructions: 

Agenda

5:00 Career Networking Group

5:30 Register, Local Interest Groups (PrCs), Networking 

6:00 New Member Orientation

6:30 Dinner

7:00 Webstream broadcast begins 

7:20 PMI-MN Chapter Business / Intros

7:30 Presentations

8:20 Q & A

 

DINNER

Member            $25

Non-Member    $35 

Walk-Ins            $35

Speaker-Only    $10

Webstream        $10

Partner Discount 10% at Registration

 

Cancellation
Full refunds, less a $10 cancellation fee per registration, available through August 18.

Speaker(s) Bios: 

Hillary is the visionary of Hillary’s and a lightning rod of cultural change. With a start in the gift industry in 1989, Hillary has fostered connectedness for more than 29 years while providing tangible business results. She is an experienced marketer and communicator who brings down-to-earth strategies that are aligned with client objectives, brands, message, and voice. Hillary’s vision to create a process that would combine creativity with strategy has resulted in the development of initiatives that help her clients shape internal and external relationships to be their best.

Her business practice is driven by a belief that a commitment to clients must be incorporated with a commitment to the business and local community. Hillary serves on numerous boards with a deep commitment to each organizations work. Currently she serves on the Executive Board of the JCC directing the organization’s lay leadership engagement, Firefly Sisterhood Board contributing to the organization’s marketing and community engagement initiatives, the Executive Board of the Minnesota Retailers Association leading the organization’s efforts to engage attract, retain, and engage its members and Alerus Twin Cities Region Advisory Board. 

Hillary has been recognized by Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal with their Women in Business Award (2013), PPAI Pyramid Awards (2016), MN Business Magazine Real Power 50 (2018), SBLII Business Connect Vendor (2018).

Hillary received a Bachelor of Science degree from Boston University School of Management. She also has completed the Strategies For Business Vision and Growth Program, John M. Morrison Center for Entrepreneurship, University of St. Thomas. Hillary has earned the designation of Master Advertising Specialist, demonstrating expertise and commitment in the use of branded promotional products.

On a personal level, Hillary is curious and entrepreneurial at heart. She is an avid reader and chronic idea generator. Outside of work, you can find her in the kitchen baking her famous chocolate chip cookies, playing with her grandchildren, speed walking, and re-energizing herself at the lake.

Attendance Type: 
Attend Meeting (PMI Minnesota Chapter Member)
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