|When: Wednesday, April 27, 2016, 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Where: UW-Health at The American Center, 4602 Eastpark Blvd, Madison, WI
Parking: Free parking is available in the parking ramp and surface lot. Free valet service is also available at the clinic and main entrances.
Contact: Lauren Rock
Don’t think you are in a leadership role? Think again. No matter what your position, you are leading people under you, above you, and across from you – a unique position that uses your specific personality.
This Key Leader Panel will provide a framework for understanding and practicing leadership. Join us for lunch and to hear from five of our community’s key leaders who exemplify courage and the willingness to take action. Click here to register online by April 22.
Director of Talent, Development and Resources for TASC
The work of TASC’s Talent, Development and Resource team is to provide workforce planning, just in time resource deployment, training support and change management for new initiatives and leadership development. In addition to program design and facilitation, Kimberly conducts one-on-one coaching sessions as well as custom workshops related to innovation, conflict resolution, leadership development, team communication, change management, and strategic thinking. People describe her training sessions as high energy, relevant and engaging. She’s been involved in this type of work in the Madison community for over 20 years. Kimberly is currently completing her Master’s of Organizational Development at Edgewood College. She is a certified administrator of Myers Briggs and a trained mediator. In addition, she has her SPHR.
Program Manager of Outreach and Development, UW Health Department of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation
In his role, Joe facilitates both business and philanthropic development initiatives for the Department. He represents the needs of all orthopedic subspecialties in this role and has worked for the UW Hospital and Clinics since 1991 when he initiated his career there as an athletic trainer before filling multiple management and administrative responsibilities across the department that began in 1997. Joe truly enjoys his opportunity to be an ambassador for the Department, but mostly appreciates the opportunity to help our clinicians and our scientists change the way that orthopedic care is delivered now and in the future. Joe is a native of Three Lakes in Northern WI, and a graduate of the University of Wisconsin (BS) and the University of Oregon (MS). In addition, he also holds a Credential in Healthcare Management Studies from the ISP Healthcare Executive Study Program at the University of Minnesota School of Public Health.
Program Director and Full Time Instructor of the Hospitality Management Program, Madison College
Dr. LaVoy’s experiences in the business sector – working with TDS Telecom, Great Wolf Resorts and Hilton Family of Hotels – has afforded her the versatility to be an effective leader in the focused areas of adult learning concepts, customer service, leadership, strategic management, project management, communications, and organizational effectiveness. Living her passion in helping students to see possibilities and opportunities, Through her position at Madison College, Lynea has been instrumental in partnering with the Worksmart Network to create opportunities for disadvantaged students to gain access into the hospitality program through education and attainment of the Hospitality Certificate. Lynea serves on the Board for Literacy Network of Dane County as well as the Oregon Area Food Pantry. She additionally has held positions as an adjunct professor in Executive Communications and Doctoral Liaison at Edgewood College. Lynea is also the founder of LaLane Consulting, LLC and works with hospitality organizations in many areas of training.
Michael E. Victorson
President and Chief Executive Oﬃcer, M3 Insurance
Mike graduated from Augustana College with a degree in communications and political science. In 1992 he joined M3 in client service. Mike advanced to account executive and then sales manager, after which he became Executive Vice President of the employee beneﬁts division. Mike became the company’s President in 2003 and CEO in 2005. Mike’s community service has included serving on boards of several organizations. He currently serves on the boards of M3 Insurance, United Way of Dane County, Madison Area Chamber of Commerce, Meriter Foundation, Nakoma Golf Club, and Patient Care (a health care advocacy company).
Panelist not pictured:
Director, Family, Youth and Community Engagement, Madison Metropolitan School District
Thank you to UW-Health at The American Center for hosting and to Robert W. Baird & Co. for their sponsorship of this event!