Your greatest asset is your team! Together, this cast of characters is writing your organization’s story. Yet, it is important to realize that there are several elements to every great story, including the characters, setting, plot, twist, and resolution. What story are you writing, and is your team positioned to pen a best seller? This interactive and engaging seminar will cover The Five Essential Elements of a Great Story, The Three Bookmarks, and The Ten Plotlines for an Extraordinary Team.
|Event End Date||10-13-2020|
|Registration Start Date||09-20-2020|
|Cut off date||10-11-2020|
|Individual Price||PMI WLEC Members $99 / Non-members $119|
Dan has established himself as a leader in the automotive industry where he has ascended to the position of Senior Purchasing Manager at Dana Incorporated in Maumee, OH. Since his undergraduate years at the University of Toledo as a peer mentor of male college students, Dan continues to grow in his passion for developing men and assisting them in discovering and cultivating their purpose in life. Besides his work as an executive coach, Dan currently supervises a team of 40 ambitious employees at Dana. In fact, since graduating from the University of Toledo with a Business degree, he has infused his passion for intentionally developing people into the fabric of his career. His corporate senior leadership team recently selected Dan to create a professional development plan to leverage the leadership potential of Dana’s 300+ purchasing employees globally through one-on-one mentoring and coaching.
Gabe has served as a higher education professional for the past decade at three different universities: Michigan State University as a mentor in the Honors College, Siena Heights University as the Director of Student Engagement and Assistant Dean for Students, and most recently at Bowling Green State University working predominantly with military and non-traditional students. While at Siena Heights University near Detroit, Gabe worked closely with Greek Life chapters at this Catholic liberal arts institution in their recruitment efforts, philanthropic priorities, and leadership development. At the center of each of Gabe’s professional roles is mentoring and coaching students who find themselves within a variety of seasons and stations of life. Even now, he serves as a mentor for the Vanguard Men’s Community at BGSU, a thriving men’s movement on campus where highly-visible Greek leaders gather to become the best versions of themselves. Gabe graduated with a degree in Mathematics from Indiana Wesleyan University, and he earned a master’s degree in Student Affairs Administration from Michigan State University.