Tuesday, October 4, 2016
3:30 – 6 p.m., workshop
6 – 7:30 p.m., dinner and networking
Join UT Center for Family & Privately-Held Business for an energizing evening of education
Who Should Attend: Current members of affinity groups and anyone interested in learning more about the experience.
What You Will Learn:
- How to develop extreme emotional intelligence in a safe setting of peers
- New ways to drive the highest levels of practical personal and professional development from the peer group experience.
- The latest techniques for developing leadership by attraction by facing your discomfort with transparency and vulnerability.
- How to rapidly make deeper connections and increase trust with the important people in your life.
How You Will Learn: An entertaining and motivating presentation by Kevin McHugh will set the stage for micro-forum sessions comprised of participants who are not in the same affinity groups. These guided encounters will enable participants to experience the concepts and practice the skills Kevin presents, not to mention introduce you to a host of new network connections.
About Kevin McHugh:
Over the past twenty-five years, Kevin has traveled the world facilitating executive forums, retreats and off-sites within North America, South Africa, Australia, Southeast Asia, Latin America, and Europe. He is highly rated speaker and Forum resource for the Young President’s Organization, The Entrepreneurs’ Organization, CEO Roundtable and Vistage.
Kevin has also served as an executive coach to hundreds of CEOs, helping them to improve their personal and professional leadership competencies. His clients have included: American Funds Distributors, Anthem, Estée Lauder, Parker Hannifin, Sprint-Nextel and over a hundred, privately-held family businesses. He serves on several boards of directors and is a Fellow in the National Association of Corporate Directors.
Tuesday, October 18, 2016
7:30 – 9 a.m.
Savage Business & Associates Business Complex room 2160
UT’s Main Campus
Financially stressed employees aren’t good for business.
In a time when many businesses are getting pressed to cut back or eliminate employee benefits, one of the least expensive (and often overlooked) benefits is financial education. Studies have shown a 23 percent decline in productivity when financial literacy is not part of a company’s benefits program.
At this mini-forum, Ruben Perales and Janet Meacham with Fifth Third Bank will discuss:
- What is financial wellness and how to implement a financial education program
- Tools to assist employees in their financial planning
- How employee financial wellness benefits the business
- Live case studies
This session is a powerful way for business owners to learn more about the financial tools available to help employees better understand, and take control of, their financial wellness.
Please register to attend in person or via live Webcast by Thursday, October 13. This is a members-only event.
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