The secret to your success? Invest in your strengths. In this engaging and transformative workshop, you will learn how to leverage your strengths to meet your personal and professional goals. All participants are required to take the Top 5 Strengths Assessment here for $20 as part of the workshop. If you have already taken the assessment, please ensure you still have access to those reports, or you will need to retake it in preparation of the Workshop.
We love the idea of “No Limits” because it contains an intrinsic contradiction. It both inspires us to say — “Wow, there are no limits to what we can do differently to move forward, inspire positive change, innovate and evolve.” But it also forces us to question the reality that there are many issues in our society relating to a LACK of limits (e.g., how we treat each other, how obsessed we are with technology/social media, how we abuse food/alcohol/drugs).
This event is open to the public.
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The manufacturing industry has made tremendous strides in recruiting, retaining, and advancing women, however there is still a long way to go. Today, women make up less than 30 percent of the manufacturing workforce and even less are in the C-suite of those companies.
Join us on June 12, as Jennifer Scanlon, President and CEO, USG Corporation, discusses why it's important for the next generation of women to "Do the Math" and use STEM as a way to expand their career choices. She will also share how she navigated the manufacturing world and how she achieves a "big picture balance" when it comes to work and family.
At this program, we will also present The Club's Corporate Citizen of the Year award.
Sponsored by The Executive's Club of Chicago Women's Leadership Series
Member Early Bird: $79 (until 5/18)
Non Member $149
A Full Day Quest - All About Brand and Innovation's Interdependency
Companies in every industry and every country face disruption in every aspect of their business today. From designing, making and marketing products and services to recruiting and retaining the right talent, constant change is no longer the exception but the rule.
Innovation is no longer just about the product or service, but companies as a whole - the brand.
Join us for a kickoff Innovation Lab live at 1871 on Thursday evening, June 7, 2018.
Innovation is too important to be left to chance. Whether you are launching a new innovation program, setting up an internal Innovation Lab, engaging an external ecosystem or seeking to drive company-wide transformation, Living the Brand Innovation Foundry and our technology program and process offers the most advanced solution on the market.
The FULL DAY QUEST will be on Friday, June 8th, 2018.
- 20 Storytellers
- 400 Innovators
- One unforgettable day that will reinvigorate your mind and bring your thinking to all new levels.
For a full detail on the program, visit www.brandinnovationquest.livingthebrandacademy.com
Are your leaders ready to drive your business in the new world of work?
Today's business landscape is more complex than ever. Innovation, technology, and workforce demographics continue to evolve, but business productivity remains flat. Companies need to invest in and develop their people in different ways to succeed.
Join us on May 9th to hear a panel of experts discuss gaps between technology and productivity, generational shifts in the workplace, and leadership and talent development trends that are driving the future of work.
Sponsored by the Executive's Club of Chicago Talent Development Forum
Fee: Complimentary for Members, Nonmember Guests $50
Location: Hyatt Regency McCormick
Speaker: Cathy Engelbert, CEO, Deloitte
Fee: $149 for Non-Members
Sponsored by Executives Club of Chicago
Speaker: Martin Radvan, Global President, Mars Wrigley Confectionery
Moderator: Annie Gasparro, Reporter, Wall Street Journal
Fee: $149 for Non-Members
Today's workplaces are experiencing changes at unprecedented rates, such as: the rise of digitization and automation, increased access to automation, and globalization of markets. These trends are challenging traditional approaches to work, company cultures, management and jobs.
Organizations everywhere are looking for strategies to stay competitive and grow - simply doing what they've done in the past will likely prove unsuccessful.
Please join us for a thought provoking discussion present by The Executives' Club of Chicago Talent Development and Professional Services in partnership with Gallup, Inc.
Moderator: Kimberly Svoboda, Aspiration Catalyst
Kim will be Master of Ceremonies at the 2018 Annual Dinner Meeting as we celebrate our Accredited Businesses and reflect on another successful year of promoting ethical business practices and enhancing marketplace trust. Former Chicago Bear and Hall of Fame Defensive End, Dan Hampton, will be speaking. In addition to a wonderful meal and conversation, individuals will be honored with several awards. Contact Kim at email@example.com for more information regarding location and ways to purchase tickets and sponsorship opportunities.
Speakers: Michael Fung, Former Chief Financial Officer, Walmart
Pat Pineda, Co-Founder, Latino Corporate Directors Association
Lisa Wardell, President and CEO, Adtalem Global Education
Moderator: Abby Adlerman, Founder and CEO, Boardspan, Inc.
Speakers: Maryann Byrdak, Vice President Information Technology, Head of IT, Potbelly Sandwich Works
Danielle DuMerer, CIO and Commissioner, City of Chicago
Moderator: Aletha Noonan, VP of Central Region, CDW
Join us on January 17, as The Executives’ Club presents its Annual Economic Outlook luncheon.
Hear from a panel of financial experts on their forecasts for the economy, the markets, interest rates, and regulatory changes that are likely to impact your investments and business decisions. Order your tickets and tables early.
Given the fast-changing news and imminent policy shifts, this headline-making panel will quickly sell out.
Women account for more than half of U.S. college students, but only 20 percent of degrees in fields such as computer science and engineering. For women who work in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics), only 5 percent hold top leadership positions. Despite efforts in early-childhood education to attract more girls to STEM-related fields, the gender gap has not narrowed.
Join us on November 29, as leaders from Girl Scouts USA, Shedd Aquarium and Mars Wrigley Confectionery discuss what barriers need to be broken to bring more women into STEM's top jobs.
Sponsored by The Executives Club of Chicago
Sam Zell, Chairman of Equity Group Investments, is one of the world’s most successful entrepreneurs, and recently released a memoir, Am I Being Too Subtle?: Straight Talk from a Business Rebel. The book not only details five decades of deal making but also the compelling story of how his childhood and his Holocaust-surviving parents shaped his approach toward business and life.
Zell was instrumental in growing the industry of Real Estate Investment Trusts from about $7 billion to $1 trillion over the course of 25 years. The $39 billion sale of his Equity Office Properties to Blackstone Group was the second largest leveraged buyout ever, just before the nation’s real estate market collapsed. With success has also come failure, such as his 2007 investment in Tribune Company, which filed for bankruptcy a year later.
Sam Zell will talk about what he’s done right, where he has gone wrong, and what lessons he has learned in the process. Our conversation with him promises to be as candid as his book.
Pharma and Innovation--the crossroads of art and science
The Together Live event was created to unite people across backgrounds and generations to support, inspire, and elevate one another to ignite the change they want to see in the world. Together brings a renowned and diverse group of speakers to share their heartfelt and often heart-stopping stories with audiences across the country.
Hear from Glennon Doyle - Activist, speaker & founder of Together Rising; Abby Wambach - All-time leading scorer in international soccer history, and United States' leading scorer in the 2007 & 2011 Women's World Cup Tournaments; and Luvvie Ajayi - New York Times bestselling author, speaker and digital strategist.
Join us at Together for a night filled with hope, possibility, full belly-laughs and a few tears.
Geopolitics and Global Business--hear from a leading expert
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- Create a clear vision of success for you and your team
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- Achieve significantly better performance in your business and take performance to a higher level
- Learn how to build a team that is firing on all cylinders
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The Juggling Act
Hear VMWare's highly successful CEO share his thoughts on prioritization and success
Diversity in the C Suite
Hear from C level leaders on how they are making progress on improving diversity in their organizations.
Gallup has found that people who use their strengths every day are six times more likely to be engaged on the job. This compelling connection between strengths and employee engagement in the workplace has the power to accelerate performance when companies work on enhancing both simultaneously. Companies utilizing Strengths have achieved benefits in revenue, profitability, customer engagement, employee turnover and employee engagement. Attend this compelling session to gain an understanding of why you should be leveraging strengths vs. traditional weakness focused development to dramatically improve engagement and performance at your organization.
Attendees will learn:
- How to understand Strengths Based Assessments and how to leverage effectively with individuals and teams through the Strengths Strategies such as Name it, Claim it, Aim it, and the power of Theme Dynamics.
- A focus on personal development to build career resilience and effectively navigate change. A strengths based approach to personal development focuses on each person's strengths and helps them manage around their weaknesses.
- An understanding of the power of strengths based teams - a group of individuals utilizing their strengths in a team setting is a force beyond their numbers. Interdependency is the key.
Presented by: Kimberly Svoboda, Executive Coach, Principal Consultant, Aspiration Catalyst, A KAS Consulting Inc., Company.
Save the date for this exciting Talent Development Forum program roundtable discussion facilitated by Kimberly Svoboda of Aspiration Catalyst
A Check Point on Entrepreneurship & Innovation, J.B. Pritzker
The Mid America Club, 200 E Randolph Street, 80th Floor, Chicago, IL