Leadership Summit at Augsburg University
Wednesday, June 13th
8:30 a.m. – 1p.m.
The Midway Chamber is proud to once again host the Leadership Summit at Augsburg University. This half day event is full of great information you can take back to the office
At lunch, hear from keynote speaker Dr. MayKao Hang, president/CEO, Amherst H. Wilder Foundation. Dr. Hang is one of the best known leaders in the Twin Cities, and has received multiple awards including being named a Most Admired CEO by the Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal in 2017.
Session 1: Explore how you process information
The morning will begin with your choice of Leadership Workshops followed by our Monthly Luncheon. You may choose 1 of the following:
Explore how you process information! Join us in learning about I Opt, an assessment tool that can provide insights about your work style & behavior by measuring your information processing preference.
- These insights help you understand how your preferences influence your interactions with others & help you navigate opportunities & obstacles.
- Be better prepared to identify situations in which you can make contributions & those where your efforts are likely to be less productive.
This knowledge can improve personal productivity and job satisfaction. Prior to the workshop, participants will complete a short (less than ten minutes) online survey.
The results of this survey will be used to generate a personalized report that each participant will receive at the workshop. Looking forward to learning with you!
Tom Morgan, Ph.D Professor of Leadership Studies, Augsburg University
Jolee Lilja, M.A. Program Coordinator, Augsburg Center for Leadership Studies
Session 2: Are you paying it forward to the next generation?
In "Mentoring Future Leaders in an Uncertain World",
former KARE-TV anchor & speaker Diana Pierce and Carole Burton, 2018 MAL Commencement speaker & future-forward innovator, will share stories from Twin Cities business leaders as to why mentoring is so critical to keeping your brightest talent growing and staying with your company plus why mentoring helps your employees interpret their world.
They also both bring stories of personal experience & expertise to this workshop by including examples of what a mentor does and tools that can be used to create a personal mentoring plan.
Learn how you can help one person feel like they truly matter.
Diana Pierce, MA Leadership Studies from Augsburg University & former KARE-TV anchor and featured speaker for Women in Leadership events.
Carole Burton, MA Leadership Studies from Augsburg University & innovative problem solver