ISSA Hygieia Network’s webinars feature key leaders within the global cleaning industry as well as subject matter experts. Our webinars are designed for women seeking to advance their careers, build their professional skillsets, and achieve a better work-life balance.

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CALLING ALL HR AND BUSINESS LEADERS:
MENTORING PROGRAM OPTIONS FOR YOUR EMPLOYEES

Wednesday, September 30, 2020 from 12:00-1:00 pm (CDT)

ISSA Hygieia Network presents a free, informational webinar for HR and business leaders in the cleaning industry featuring Jennifer Wood, Human Resources Director, at Diversey, North America and Kim Price, Vice President, Sales Force Effectiveness at Georgia-Pacific Consumer Products.

One of ISSA Hygieia Network’s signature programs, IHNMentoring, connects cleaning industry professionals with new employees or those who seek to advance their careers through a one-on-one online mentoring relationship. According to a recent study, six in ten millennials benefit from having somebody to turn to for advice, or who helps develop their leadership skills, such as a mentor. Employee retention is a challenge for nearly every business, and mentoring is key to bridging the gap.

Topics Covered:

  • Review the roles of the Mentor and Mentee
  • Learn how IHNMentoring works for professionals seeking mentoring relationships within and outside their organizations
  • Understand tips and best practices to ensure success

Who should attend:
Ideal for HR and business leaders seeking ways to connect new hires with mid or senior management in their organizations and those seeking to connect with other professionals in the industry.

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Presenter

Kim Price
VP Sales Force Effectiveness
Georgia-Pacific Consumer Products

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Presenter

Jennifer Wood
Human Resources Director, North America
Diversey

COVID-19 AND THE ECONOMIC RECOVERY IN THE YEARS AHEAD

Wednesday, October 21, 2020 from 11:00 am -12:30 pm (CDT)

This webinar will highlight the economic impacts of COVID-19 on the national economy and views on the path to recovery and what has happened at the national level to output, employment, income, and industry structure due to the pandemic.

The following questions will be addressed:

  • What have the federal government and the Federal Reserve system done to help mitigate the impacts?
  • What monetary and fiscal policies are they likely to pursue in the future?
  • What investments should we consider as we move forward as a country?

Included in the presentation will be the differential impacts of the recession on areas of the country, gender and race.  The presentation will conclude with anticipated short term and long term structural changes to the economy.

Presenter

Dr. Richard L. Wobbekind
Associate Dean for Business and Government Relations
Associate Professor of Business Economics and Finance
University of Colorado at Boulder
Leeds School of Business

Bio

Dr. Richard L. Wobbekind is Associate Dean for Businesss and Government Relations, Associate Professor of Business Economics and Finance, and Faculty Director of the Business Research Division at the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado at Boulder.

He participates annually in the Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank Regional Economic Roundtable and is a contributor to the Western Blue Chip forecast newsletter and the National Association for Business Economics (NABE) economic outlook and policy surveys.  He is a member of the Governor’s Revenue Estimating Advisory Committee and the Boulder Economic Council. He serves as a board member for the Western Regional Science Association.   Rich is past President of the NABE.

He is frequently interviewed by local and national broadcast and print media.  He has received numerous awards for his teaching research and service including the University of Colorado Community Outreach Award (1997); member of Distinction by the Boulder Chamber of Commerce (2002); the Robert L. Stearns Award from the University of Colorado Alumni Association for career achievement in teaching, research and service(2006); the Thayne Robsen award from the Association for University Business and Economics Research for career achievement in applied regional economic analysis (2008); key contributor by the Boulder Chamber of Commerce(2010); and named a fellow by the National Association for Business Economics. (2011)

Dr. Wobbekind teaches MBA students in macroeconomics and public policy.  He has received four awards for teaching excellence from the students of the Leeds School of Business.

Dr. Richard Wobbekind has lived in Colorado for over 40 years and has spent much of his time studying the development of the Colorado and regional economies.  Dr. Wobbekind received a BA in Economics from Bucknell University and an MA and Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Colorado-Boulder.

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THE POWER OF LEADING AND MENTORING YOUR TEAM DURING A CRISIS

During this webinar, attendees will hear from three dynamic leaders from various industries on how to inspire and engage their teams during this difficult time.

Over the last several months, cleaning industry leaders have shifted gears, made bold decisions, and adapted to a new reality to best support staff and customers during this global pandemic. The cleaning industry is deemed essential, so it’s important for managers at every level to lead with confidence and help their teams succeed. Mentoring is key during a time of crisis; providing the necessary tools, resources, and advice can help both new and experienced staff overcome obstacles and thrive under pressure.

Sponsored by:

 

You can access the recording in the Educational Tools and Resources community located on our free online network platform. Join today and continue the discussion.

Moderator

Maureen Carroll
Vice President of Sales
Oreck & Commercial at TTI Floor Care North America

Panelist

Deborah Hassler-Blackmore
Senior Director
Legacy Health

Panelist

Carey Jaros
President & CEO
GOJO/PURELL

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Helen Lee
Vice President of Merchandising
American Hotel Register Company

THE PANDEMIC BALANCING ACT: THE UNIQUE CHALLENGES THAT WORKING MOTHERS FACE DURING THE TIME OF COVID-19

This webinar will feature honest discussions with female leaders who are performing the “Balancing Act,” and include tips and tricks on how to survive. Working mothers are stretched thin during this unprecedented time. They are leading their teams and businesses through crisis and keeping morale high in the virtual workplace while taking on additional duties at home like home-schooling.

Panelists will discuss ways to support working mothers in the industry during a global pandemic; examine the added stresses on the home front; discuss how to cope; and talk about how to stay mentally and physically healthy through it all.

Sponsored by:

 

You can access the recording in the Educational Tools and Resources community located on our free online network platform. Join today and continue the discussion.

Moderator

Rachel Brutosky
Vice President of Sales, Northeast Division
Nilfisk

Panelist

Elizabeth Hawver
Business Strategy & Competitive Intelligence Director
Essity

Panelist

Sheila Wenger
Owner and PCI Certified Parent Coach
The Parent Partner LLC

Panelist

Dr. Jeanne Hurlbert
President
Hurlbert Consulting

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