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North/Northwest Interest Group - From the Corner Office to the Oval Office: Behaviors Matter
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*FREE to HRMAC members* “Leadership is a series of behaviors rather than a role for heroes.” – Margaret Wheatley

2/16/2018
When: Friday, February 16, 2017
7:30 -8:30 AM Registration & Networking, 8:30-10:30 AM Program
Where: Lake Forest Graduate School of Management
1905 W. Field Court
Conway Park
Lake Forest, Illinois  60045
United States
Contact: Marguerite Allegretti
312-981-6790

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 From the Corner Office to the Oval Office: Behaviors Matter

                      
Outcomes are directly impacted not just by what leaders do, but “how” they do it.  A leader’s conduct, style, and demeanor can have positive impact or awful consequences on employee engagement and client satisfaction. From early identification to development and succession, how can organizations identify and develop successful leaders that engage and grow employees and build strong organizations? 

- How do we “define” leadership behaviors?
- How do we “assess” leadership behaviors?
- How do we modify leader behaviors?


Join us for a lively conversation of research, case studies, and personal experiences. Learn how the cultures of entire organizations have been driven to success or failure by behavioral leadership and take back best practices to your office. 



Facilitator:

Tony Smith, Senior Consultant, The Oliver Group

Tony's background includes senior leadership positions in telecommunications, advertising and consulting.   He holds his Bachelor degree from Georgia State University.

With over 25 years of managerial and leadership experience, Tony has led bold cultural and structural change initiatives through the development and execution new organizational strategies. The results included substantial increases in new business and client retention.  In his leadership roles, he has developed a solid reputation as a dynamic facilitator of organizational change and employee loyalty.

In 2005 Tony founded Predictive Solutions Inc, a Wisconsin based consulting firm specializing in organizational development, talent assessment, team development and strategic planning serving clients in banking, manufacturing, and professional services. Tony has been with Oliver Group since 2010 and works very closely with CEOs and senior leaders as a personal leadership coach. He also helps them develop high functioning teams and implement leadership development programs to prepare high potential leaders and organizations for the future. Tony is a trusted advisor to many diverse companies across the region and works with a wide range of clients across many industries including Panasonic, Mercer Consulting, and Blue Cross Blue Shield.  He has also worked extensively with clients in the Non-Profit sector. Tony is a Certified Executive Coach by the International Coaching Federation.  

 

Panelists:

Josh Smith, Executive Director Talent Management, Health Care Service Corporation, Blue Cross/Blue Shield

Josh leads the teams responsible for strategic planning, design, implementation, and effectiveness of leadership and corporate development, professional development, and technical learning for over 20,000 employees. He is also accountable for executing the Executive Talent Management practices, including talent calibrations, succession planning and development for the company’s top 150 leaders, including culminating to C-suite level succession, design & development and the annual talent & succession report for the Board of Directors. 

 
Peter Logothetis, Senior Vice President and Group CIO, Allstate

Peter joined Allstate Insurance in late 2011 as the VP and Divisional CIO for Claims Technology Services.  In 2015 he was promoted to Senior VP and Group CIO, with responsibility for Claims Technology Services, Life Insurance Technology, and Business Insurance Technology. Prior to Allstate, he spent 5.5 years as Head of Technology Services (CIO) at QBE the Americas, a member of the Australia-based QBE Group.   Peter has more than 30 years of experience in the information technology industry.  He has worked in the manufacturing, banking, insurance, and consulting industries for such well known companies as Continental Bank, CNA Insurance, Kemper Insurance, and Liberty Mutual Insurance.  Peter is very active in industry initiatives, conferences, and IT forums.  He also serves on several advisory boards and participates in formal and informal mentorship programs.  Peter has taught at DePaul University for over 20 years (adjunct faculty), where he earned his masters in business administration and information systems. He is currently a faculty member at Lake Forest Graduate School of Management. 

Rick Sciortino, Senior Director, Professional Development, CME Group 

Rick is Senior Director, Professional Development for CME Group with responsibility to build CME's people and organizational capabilities to successfully achieve key business objectives. He leads the firm's Learning team to translate corporate strategy into practical and evidence-based development solutions at the individual and team levels. He also plays an advisory role to the CHRO and other senior Business Leaders in the areas of Learning & Development.  Rick’s 20 years of experience in the field of Learning and Development includes global learning and development leadership positions at TransUnion Credit Bureau, Coventry Health Services and HSBC.  He holds an MA in Instructional Design from Northeastern Illinois University, a BS in Workforce Education Development from Southern IL University; and a BS in Marketing/Finance from DePaul University.

Peggy Degnan, Director, Talent & Leadership Development, Arthur J. Gallagher & Co
Peggy is recognized as an experienced Organization Development and Change Management Leader.
She has experience in leading global change management programs, communications, and leadership development.  Worked on large projects involving development of sophisticated technology solutions to resolve HR and corporate challenges, especially for companies with a strong philanthropic orientation.
Her areas of expertise and specialties are: Leading change management, organizational development, strategic planning, program development and implementation, HR technology, performance management, training, budgetary management, and corporate communications.

 

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This program is pending approval for 2.0 credit hours towards PHR/SPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute (HRCI) as well as 2.0 professional development credits (PDC's) toward SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP certification.