(September 28, 2017)
ASE’s third annual Talent Symposium will deliver innovative insights as it showcases progressive talent acquisition, management, and development practices that will help you attract and align talent in order to achieve greater results throughout your organization.
For more information on this event contact Dan Van Slambrook at 248.223.8008.
This program has been submitted for 5.75 general credits hours toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute (HRCI) as well as 5.75 recertification credit hours (PDC) toward SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP through the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM). The use of these seals is not an endorsement by HRCI or SHRM for the quality of the program . It means that this conference has met the HRCI's and SHRM's criteria to be pre-approved for recertification credit.
Brian Lam &
Dann Sytsma – Principals Improv Effects
There are no scripts on the improv stage. Improvisers keep scenes interesting and moving forward because they use language that encourages input, contribution, and positivity. The second an idea gets shot down, the scene inevitably crumbles. You will gain an understanding that improvisers use to get maximum buy-in and enthusiasm from those around them. Brian and Dann discuss how leaders can apply that same language to draw greatness out of others, creating a more cohesive, supportive environment.
ASE's Talent Symposium will consist of two Keynote sessions and three sets of breakout sessions. Attendees can attend one session in each set of breakouts. The breakout sessions have been grouped into three specialized tracks tailored to provide participants with the tools and insights they need to succeed.
Morning Breakout Sessions - 9:30 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.
More Morning Breakout Sessions - 11:15 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
The Biggest Elephant: Leadership, Conflict, and the Power of Intention
Edgar Papke - Leadership Psychologist, Coach, Author, and Public Speaker
Every few years, the market gives us something new and shiny. The current trend is to move towards more LEAN processes and a more Agile approach to talent development. Change is good, yet changing processes simply for the sake of change may leave organizations unsure about the direction and effectiveness of their training programs. Before blindly embracing the newest and latest trends, we will discuss how determining the right fit is more important than fitting in buzzwords.
The Management Education Center
Eli Broad Graduate School of Management
811 West Square Lake Road
Troy, MI 48098
Through September 1st:
ASE Members: $179
After September 1st:
ASE Members: $219
If you would like to be invoiced or by via check please download the agenda and registration form and email to Talent Development to be registered.
Contact Talent Development to receive group pricing for groups of 6 or more at 248.223.8041.
Leadership Psychologist, Coach, Author and Public Speaker
Brian Lam & Dann Sytsma
Principals, Improv Effects
View Keynote Sessions
Victor Park West
19575 Victor Parkway, Suite 100
Livonia, MI 48152