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November 2018 Chapter Meeting

 Export to Your Calendar 11/1/2018
When: 11/1/2018
Registration at 11:30AM, Meeting at 12:00PM, Presentation at 12:30PM, Meeting ends 1:30PM
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Maggiano's Little Italy
10367 Midtown Parkway
Jacksonville, FL 32246
United States
Contact: Wendi Howard


Online registration is available until: 10/30/2018
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 Program Description

 

A Culture Transformed

Topic(s): Relationship Management, HR Expertise (HR Knowledge), Communication, Critical Evaluation


 

Description:

 

Learning Objectives:

A ‘Then and Now’ story of how Trailer Bridge transformed their business by transforming their culture, from the inside out, and the steps they took to get there. As the Director of Human Resources and Corporate Development, I will share my experience on being responsible for creating & maintaining corporate development meeting the needs and culture of a growing, fast paced organization. Hear my stories on analyzing, designing and implementing strategies that support the organization’s culture including identifying new trends and programs appropriate to overall business objectives. Through my insights you can design a strategy to deploy what your culture should be and how to obtain it.

  • How to determine what your culture is, what it needs to be and why it matters.
  • Why a common leadership philosophy is important.
  • Defining who your ‘customers’ really are.
  • Identifying the right employees & teaching your leadership how to identify same mind-set leaders.

Certification Information:

This activity has been submitted for one (1) Professional Development Credit (PDC) by SHRM and one (1) HR (General) credit with the HR Certification Institute.
 
 

About the Speaker

Indie Bollman is the Director of Corporate Development at Trailer Bridge, a full-service logistics firm headquartered in Jacksonville, FL. Prior to joining the company in 2015, her career included senior roles in human resources, administrative operations, corporate development, and marketing, primarily with technology and engineering firms headquartered Northeast Florida. Throughout her career her work has included identifying organizational development needs and creating and leading initiatives and programs to address them.

A Florida native, Indie received her undergraduate degree in business management and her MBA from the University of North Florida. In addition, she holds both her SPHR and SHRM-SCP designations in human resources.

Indie enjoys spending time with her daughter, hiking, travelling, and teaches and practices yoga whenever time allows. Her strong sense of mindfulness and connection, which she gained throughout years of extensive yoga teacher training, is something she uniquely brings into her leadership and program development and facilitation with a business perspective.

She has heart for helping others and a fire in her soul to teach and share how Trailer Bridge transformed its culture and business and the principles of Extreme Leadership around the world because of the radical results she has experienced first-hand and seen in others as a result of it.

Indie B. Bollman, MBA, SHRM-SCP, SPHR

 

 

 

 
 

Meeting Details

 Agenda

Location

 11:30AM  Registration Maggiano's Little Italy
 12:00PM  Meeting/Lunch/Networking St. Johns Town Center
 12:30PM  Presentation - Indie B. Bollman 10367 Midtown Parkway
   1:30PM  Presentation Ends/Meeting Wrap-up Jacksonville, FL 32246
Parking note: St. Johns Town Center, in partnership with AmeriPark, offers valet parking. Payment can be made via credit card and customers can text ahead for vehicle retrieval. The cost is $6.00 Monday – Thursday. The valet stand is located at Maggiano's Little Italy.
** HRCI guidelines prohibit food service during the speaker’s presentation. Please arrive in time to enjoy the food prior to the presentation. **
 

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