A series focused on topics businesses are talking about!
Creating a Culture of Inclusion
Wednesday, October 7
11am - Noon
Do you have a work environment that gives employees a feeling of belonging?
How to create a work environment that gives employees a feeling of belonging? Where to start? How do you develop the standards that are acceptable to you and your employees? How do you make your workplace a more inclusive environment? This program expands on our discussion of initiatives and focuses on the culture you would like to establish.
The presentation and Q&A opportunity will be with experienced experts: Wilkes University Diversity Affairs Executive Director, Georgia Costalas and Associate Director, Erica Acosta, Get their perspective on promoting and supporting diversity Learn what's important and how to 'get it right.'
Objectives for attending:
-Why be concerned about your company culture?
-How do you determine what your workforces' concerns are?
-Discuss what businesses should be doing to advocate for their environments and their people
Georgia Costalas, Executive Director
Erica Acosta, Associate Director, Diversity Affairs
Transformative Leadership During a Crisis
Wednesday , October 21
1pm - 2:30 pm
“Sex, Drugs & Rock ‘N Roll: Family Business Lessons from Metallica” - Jeff Savlov November 12
The band itself, while not blood related, is essentially a family in many ways and overall the film gives great fodder for discussion about family business dynamics and the challenges and opportunities for families.
Jeff Savlov is the founder of Blum & Savlov, LLP and consults to business families. He brings more than 30 years of unique experience in business ownership, entrepreneurial endeavors and family dynamics/psychological training, along with a common-sense style, to his consulting work with families
Having participated in his family’s commercial printing business in New York City, Jeff understands firsthand the challenges of balancing the interplay between family and business and the devastation that can befall an otherwise healthy business when this balance is not proactively managed.
Jeff holds a Master of Social Work degree from Rutgers University, a post-graduate certification from the Institute for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy of New Jersey , is the founder of the Princeton Family Business Consultants Group. In addition, Jeff has consulted on relationship and team dynamics with Fortune 500 companies such as Bristol-Myers Squibb, Johnson & Johnson and Schering Plough.
Event Moved to Spring 2021
'How Did My Family Get in My Office?'
Bonnie Artman Fox
A Conscious Choice, LLC
Did you know research has shown that unresolved conflict costs organizations approximately $359 billion inpaid hours or the equivalent of 385 million working days?
In this eye-opening program, you will learn surprising ways your upbringing has impacted your conflict style - for better or for worse – and how you can keep what works and change what doesn’t.
All Non-credit Programs are offered at a discount for FBA members!