Events

  • THRIVE Recession – Cincinnati

    Kristi Dinsmore, partner with Carter Fraser, a Dayton-based management consultant firm Despite a strong US economy and low unemployment, the word “Recession” is coming up often.  The significant decline in economic activity is a normal, though often unpleasant, part of the business cycle.  Just the mention of a recession can create uncertainty and fear in organizations, however many organizations didn’t just survive the last recession, they grew and thrived!  Whether the next recession will be... Read More

  • THRIVE Recession – Dayton

    Kristi Dinsmore, partner with Carter Fraser, a Dayton-based management consultant firm Despite a strong US economy and low unemployment, the word “Recession” is coming up often.  The significant decline in economic activity is a normal, though often unpleasant, part of the business cycle.  Just the mention of a recession can create uncertainty and fear in organizations, however many organizations didn’t just survive the last recession, they grew and thrived!  Whether the next recession will be... Read More

  • The Law of Wellness Incentives – Webinar

    Barbara J. Zabawa, JD, MPH, University of Wisconsin Law / University of Michigan Barbara is a Clinical Assistant Professor for Univ. of Wisconsin Milwaukee where she teaches health law and compliance, as well as owner of the Center for Health and Wellness Law, LLC, a firm dedicated to improving legal access and compliance for the health and wellness industries. Wellness programs are designed to encourage and reward healthy behaviors, but the rules for compliance are... Read More

  • Creating a Goal-Based Culture That Attracts/Retains Talent and Drives Growth – Columbus

    Kristi Dinsmore, partner with Carter Fraser, a Dayton-based management consultant firm It’s been said, “Culture eats Strategy for Breakfast.” How do you promote a culture that supports your organization’s strategy, drives growth versus hoping it happens, and helps you attract the talent you need to achieve your goals?   During this session, Kristi Dinsmore will share with you the tips and tools that will give you simple, but effective ways to improve your existing culture.  The results: managers and employees that better understand the why and how of your business,... Read More

  • Employment Law Developments – Columbus

    Bob Dunlevey of Taft Law, a board-certified specialist in Labor and Employment Law With the most recent election of the 116th Congress, the congressional balance has tipped causing Washington to refocus more on employer related issues. Pensions, paid leaves, minimum wage, overtime exemptions, LGBT rights, pay equity, right-to-work, prevailing wage, harassment and predictable work scheduling are just some of the items Washington will address. If Washington “drops the ball,” from the States perspective, the local... Read More

  • Employment Law Developments – Dayton

    Bob Dunlevey of Taft Law, a board-certified specialist in Labor and Employment Law With the most recent election of the 116th Congress, the congressional balance has tipped causing Washington to refocus more on employer related issues. Pensions, paid leaves, minimum wage, overtime exemptions, LGBT rights, pay equity, right-to-work, prevailing wage, harassment and predictable work scheduling are just some of the items Washington will address. If Washington “drops the ball,” from the States perspective, the local... Read More

  • Employment Law Developments – Cincinnati

    Bob Dunlevey of Taft Law, a board-certified specialist in Labor and Employment Law With the most recent election of the 116th Congress, the congressional balance has tipped causing Washington to refocus more on employer related issues. Pensions, paid leaves, minimum wage, overtime exemptions, LGBT rights, pay equity, right-to-work, prevailing wage, harassment and predictable work scheduling are just some of the items Washington will address. If Washington “drops the ball,” from the States perspective, the local... Read More

  • Retirement Health Insurance – Your Employees’ Dilemma and How You Can Help – Columbus

    By 2024, one in four U.S. workers will be 55 or older, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. The Medicare-eligible population is growing with 10,000 baby boomers turning 65 every day and many individuals plan on delaying retirement until age 70 or older. Some don’t plan to retire at all. This learning center class will address the challenges that employees face as they prepare for retirement and health insurance in retirement. You will learn... Read More

  • Is It Something I Said? – Dayton

    Do you have high turnover? Are you losing your talented workforce, and don’t know why? Employees often leave dream jobs due to their manager’s communication skills.   This three hour hands-on experience-based course will help you understand how certain communication strategies, when practiced, will increase employee engagement by ways of valuing your employee simply through communication. As a participant, you will not only be enlightened and entertained, but you will leave with the tools to teach... Read More

  • Is It Something I Said? – Cincinnati

    Do you have high turnover? Are you losing your talented workforce, and don’t know why? Employees often leave dream jobs due to their manager’s communication skills.   This three hour hands-on experience-based course will help you understand how certain communication strategies, when practiced, will increase employee engagement by ways of valuing your employee simply through communication. As a participant, you will not only be enlightened and entertained, but you will leave with the tools to teach... Read More