Stranahan Hall-North, Suite 2200
2801 W. Bancroft St.
Toledo, OH 43606-3390
We are excited to present the following slate of events for spring 2015! Click on the titles to register to attend.
All our events are recorded and posted online for members to view anytime. To view member-only events, e-mail the Center for your custom log-in information.
Archived mini-forums (members-only events)
Archived forums (community events)
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
Savage & Associates Complex Room 2160
UT’s Main Campus
7:30 – 9 a.m.
“We’ve been hacked” -- three words that no business owner wants to hear. Do you know what to do in the event of a cyber crime? Do you know your legal liabilities? What safeguards can you put into place to prevent this from happening in the first place?
At this mini-forum, Todd Ritzler, Laura Greetham and Will Carlin with Huntington National Bank will cover:
- The scope of financial fraud and ways to mitigate potential fraud
- Credit card payment acceptance trends including PCI compliance
- The difference between encryption and tokenization
- Statistics, legal framework, and coverage basics of cyber liability
The impact of a cyber crime goes beyond business interruptions and financial loss. This is a must-see mini-forum get the facts and learn how to protect your business. Register to attend in-person or to Webcast live by Thursday, March 5.
This is a members-only event.
S.T.O.P.: The Power of Getting Superior Results by Slowing Down!
Presented by Dr. Clinton O. Longenecker
Tuesday, April 21, 2015
11:30 a.m. lunch presentation
Are you busier than you would like to be?
Do you find yourself constantly trying to get caught up?
Are your days being consumed by meetings, e-mails and activities that prevent you from getting work done?
Are you being asked to do more with less?
Is your schedule overwhelming?
If you answered YES! to any one of these questions, you have two options:
Work harder, longer and faster and hope to get caught up; or
Develop a superior understanding of the power of learning how to slow down and S.T.O.P.
For the past two decades Dr. Clint Longenecker has been engaged in an applied research study to explore and understand the best practices of some of America's very best business leaders and how they achieve superior, sustainable performance. At this lunch, Dr. Longenecker will explore the danger and damage caused when business professionals are constantly finding themselves too busy, and the importance and power of learning how to make wise choices about your most important resources: your time, energy, habits and people.
This will be a dynamic, interactive and serious developmental presentation designed to equip you with a leadership toolkit that will make a difference in your ability to achieve superior results.
This event is free and open to the community, however reservations are required by Wednesday, April 15, 2015.