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The Alverno Forum invites the Greater Milwaukee community to engage in respectful dialogue and common effort for the public good. A variety of topics — all relevant to local needs and committed to Alverno’s philosophy of seeking broad perspective — are addressed during the school year, and each Forum is led by one of Alverno’s four schools: Arts & Sciences, Business, Education and Nursing. Join us for lively evening discussions, free and open to the public. Visit the Forum page for dates, topics and registration.
Presented by Alverno’s Institute for Educational Outreach and Human Resources Department
We all step up and take the reins in some way, no matter what our position in an organization. Our multi-dimensional offices require flexibility from all employees and the ability to take ownership—whether taking the lead on a project, taking a turn running team meetings or taking control of a new initiative. This workshop will give you insights to your own skills and perspectives, how to navigate differences with others in your teams and how to use tools to better manage yourself, your projects and your processes to succeed in leading others.
Christine Hill, MA
Executive Director of Future Milwaukee Community Leadership Program, College of Professional Studies, Marquette University
With over 20 years of organizational development, human resources, negotiations and communications experience in public, private and nonprofit sector leadership roles, Christine Hill brings a unique and progressive perspective to the process and field of community leadership and teambuilding. In addition to her civic leadership roles as City Alderman, Mayor and MMSD Chairperson, Christine has over 15 years of experience in human resource executive positions. Up until her recent move to Marquette, Christine taught undergraduates at Carroll University (communications) and at UW-Milwaukee (business communications, leadership, teambuilding and effective management) in their MBA program. She currently directs Future Milwaukee, a community leadership program with more than 1,500 graduates.
Advance registration required. Walk-in registration will not be permitted.
8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
$62 received on or before April 4
$72 received after April 4
(Tuition includes all materials, continental breakfast and lunch.)
Advance registration required. Walk-in registration will not be permitted. Call 414-382-6218 to register with credit card, or print and mail the Leading From Any Chair Registration Form.