Productivity, Personal Priorities and Mindset, Technology Resources
Managing Me; Professor Art Hill
Most people struggle keeping up with the flood of “stuff” in their world (e-mails, phone calls, meetings, reports, and commitments) that far exceed their mental and emotional capacities. As a result of this flood, they lose track of their goals and experience stress, worry, and guilt – and are far less productive than they could be. The Managing Me (MM) workshop takes the latest research about personal productivity, makes it practical, and creates an engaging experience that helps people apply the life-changing principles. MM teaches six foundational skills that people need to succeed in today’s knowledge intensive world. People who develop these six skills will be more focused on the right priorities, meet their commitments more faithfully, have a greater sense of accomplishment about both personal and professional goals, improve relationships at home and work, reduce stress, worry, and guilt, be healthier emotionally, mentally, and physically -- and get more “good things” done. The MM seminar is supported by a 15-minute on-line Managing Me skill assessment survey. This assessment can be found at http://tinyurl.com/hcgcb78. Professor Hill provides a 22-page benchmark report to all respondents.
Self-Care for Compassionate Careers; Jessica Gallo
This workshop is not about bath bombs and herbal tea. Supporting self-care within mission-driven work can often seem out-of-reach. Self-care for caregivers? Next to impossible. However, for compassionate organizations — without a dollar, a minute, or any well-being to sacrifice — self-care is crucial. And the good news is that the best self-care is free.
This workshop will help you refresh your mindset to stop hovering at the edge of burnout. Pulling from transformational research in neuroscience, emotional intelligence and mindfulness, we’ll ditch the to-do lists and create a vision for how to feel better—now. We will identify our unique stress reactions to customize that illusive “where to start” place. We will outline simple action steps to begin immediately — and inspire others to follow. The goal is to emerge from the room feeling refreshed to go forward in your compassionate role, taking care of yourself along the way.
Technology and the TRC; Alan Berner
Technology is an important part of not only what is happening in the world, but it is an integral part of where services are going in the state of Minnesota. In this session, Alan will introduce the role of technology in providing services today and into the future. Participants will receive and in-depth tour through ARRM’s Technology Resource Center (TRC) and an introduction to how to use these tools when planning for services. Participants will leave with a functional understanding of the resource as well as be provided with information on how to continue to be a part of the conversation around technology moving forward.
Date and Location
Wednesday, May 22
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Vadnais Heights Commons
655 East County Road F
Vadnais Heights, MN 55127
Member Cost: $160.00
Lunch is included
Registration Deadline is May 8, all late registrations will be charged a $25 late fee.
*If you would like to attend all four ARRM Leadership Institute Events please register HERE. If you only register for one, and later decide to attend all, please contact staff for assistance.
Professor Arthur Hill, Carlson School of Management; Managing Me
Professor Art Hill has a passion for understanding how people and organizations can improve. The Managing Me workshop is the product of that passion and over 30 years of research, teaching, and consulting. He has taught executives through universities on four continents – including IMD International (Lausanne Switzerland), Wits University (South Africa), the National University of Singapore, Eastern International University (Vietnam), and the Moscow Institute of Management. He has been a consultant for over 100 organizations, including 3M, Nestle, Medtronic, Honeywell, Wells Fargo, and Winnebago. He was the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Operations Management, the world’s leading research journal on productivity and quality. Professor Hill is the John and Nancy Lindahl Professor for Excellence in Business Education and the Academic Director of the Carlson Consulting Enterprise in Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota. Until recently, he was the Associate Dean for MBA Programs in the Carlson School.
Jessica Gallo, Coaching and Creative Communication; Self-Care in Compassionate Careers
Jessica Gallo is an educator and emotional intelligence coach drawn to discover people’s souls so the world resonates a little more beautifully. With 20 years as a creative communications director within journalism, nonprofits and higher education, she truly believes that people are the purpose of every project. From her colorful Midwestern studio, she partners with individual and organizational clients focused on improving relationships, mission alignment, compassionate leadership and team dynamics. She holds a BFA in Design (University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire); a CPC in Leadership Coaching (iPEC); and is an unquenchable life-long learner. She taught as an adjunct instructor at the University of St. Thomas and the Minneapolis College of Art & Design. Giving outward, she is a 10-year ESL volunteer (CLUES, International Institute of Minnesota) and dedicated mentor (Grad Life Choices/New York). She lives with her family in a cozy 1913 bungalow, loves Earl Grey tea and walks along any body of water with waves. Open invitation to connect and chat: jessicagallostudio.com
Alan Berner, The Phoenix Residence, Inc.; Technology and the TRC
Alan Berner is the Vice President of Community Services at The Phoenix Residence, Inc. and serves as the chair of ARRM’s Technology Work Group. Over the past three years he has participated in the Work Group’s efforts to advance the use of technology through the development of the Technology Resource Center and various training opportunities. His service background lies primarily in residential services and while he serves as the accidental IT manager at The Phoenix Residence, Inc., he does not hold a degree in computer sciences (psychology/sociology).