FEI Detroit Dinner Meeting | Featuring Luanne Ewald | Sponsored by Huntington Bank | 4.29.19

Event Agenda

4:00-5:00 p.m. - Career Development Session 
"Harness The Power of Leadership"
Presented by Purple Squirrel Advisors in Partnership with Leader Dogs for the Blind

1 CPE Credit Offered
Leader Dogs for the Blind has trained thousands of people to be leaders since 1939. With 58% of workers saying they would work for less money under a great supervisor, we are able to bring a special perspective to your team that will turn managers into leaders and great bosses. Leader Dogs don’t respond to corporate buzzwords. They learn through training that focuses on guidance, recognition and clarification. Harnessing the Power of Leadership is based on making these same principles meaningful to your team. Leadership experts who are blind will take participants on blindfolded walks with Leader Dogs that are used as tools to help make an emotional connection to the principles of leadership. Read more about Leader Dogs for the Blind and Harnessing the Power of Leadership here!
Learning Objectives:
  • Learn how knowing the difference between a typical service dog and a Leader Dog will help you empower your teams, build trust throughout your organization and turn you into a true leader.
  • Explanation of Guidance, Recognition and Clarification and how leaders communicate
  • Using your new skills to build strategic plans, communicate and lead

5:00-6:00 p.m. - Professional Development Session
"Healthcare Insanity? A Crisis with Opportunity +"
Presented by Geoffrey Finger, Senior Vice President/Michigan Managing Director Insurance and Jason Glime, Senior Sales Executive, Employee Benefits, Huntington Bank

1 CPE Credit Offered

Learning Objectives:
  • Start with why!  No really… Why Matters
  • Learn the significance of real-time data and how it can transform your approach to proactive management of your benefit program
  • Manage your benefits like you manage your business
  • Collaboration is the key to success

6:00-6:45 p.m. - Networking

6:45-7:15 p.m. - Dinner

7:15-8:15 p.m. - Keynote Presentation by Luanne Thomas Ewald, CEO, DMC Children's Hospital of Michigan "Integrated Facility Design: Planning and Leading with Empathy"


1 CPE Credit Offered

Learning Objectives:
  • Understand the role of empathy in the business setting
  • Understand the role of the community in development
  • Understand the need for cultural transformation in healthcare
  • Share learning from Integrated facility design and lean processes
  • Understand need for operational efficiencies in today's healthcare settings


Registration deadline - Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Location
Birmingham Country Club
1750 Saxon Drive, Birmingham, MI 48009
Map/Directions

Menu
Classic Mixed Green Salad: shaved carrot, tomato, cucumber, red onion, balsamic dressing
Warm House Rolls & Butter
Chicken Piccata: lemon caper sauce, herbed angel hair pasta, with a seasonal vegetable
Carrot Cake

For dietary restrictions please contact Katie Schanne at detroitfei@gmail.com

Event Sponsor
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Speakers

David Bann

Corporate Engagement Manager
Leader Dogs for the Blind

Richard "Buss" Brauer

Founder and President
Brauer Organizational Development Company

Luanne T. Ewald

CEO
DMC Children's Hospital of Michigan

Geoffrey Finger

Senior Vice President / Michigan Managing Director Insurance
Huntington

Jason Glime

Vice President, Senior Sales Executive, Employee Benefits
Huntington

Jeff Hawkins

Public Speaker

Carrie Schochet

Founder & CEO
Purple Squirrel Advisors

Amy Whipple

Co-Founder & Vice President
Purple Squirrel Advisors

Credits

1.00 CPE
Basic

Method

group-live

Field

Business Management and Organization, Non-technical

Prerequisites

none

Credits

1.00 CPE
Basic

Method

group-live

Field

Personal Development, Non-technical

Prerequisites

none

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