- Thu, Jun 21, 2018 06:45 PM
600 University Street
Latitude: 47.6098, Longitude: -122.332
Building a High Performance Team presented byThe CFO Leadership Council Seattle ChapterThursday, June 21st @ 7:45am - 9:45am7:45 AM to 8:30 AM Networking | 8:30 AM to 9:45 AM ProgramStoel Rives, 600 University Street, Suite 3600 Seattle WA Program Description Today’s CFOs face an environment of increased competition, heightened speed of change and increased expectations from key stakeholders to drive improved performance. At the same time, CFOs are being asked to do more with less. To succeed today, CFOs need to create an agile, service-oriented, value-creation organization. The CFOs who will succeed in this environment will be those who grasp the evolving finance skills they will need to drive value for the overall organization while understanding how they will optimize the finance resources they have. Engage with a panel of CFOs and other advisors who will share their perspectives and strategies CFOs can apply to build high performance finance teams. Learning Objectives How do CFOs create an effective business partnering culture between their finance team and other functions that finance supports? What critical competencies are required to create a finance team that can support the new demands of finance? What changes to finance’s organizational structure should be considered? What strategies can one apply to shape and evolve their existing team while ‘keeping the lights on”? How can CFOs leverage technology to create finance efficiencies and redeploy their team to higher value-added roles? Speakers: CPE Information Program level: Advanced Field of Study: Personnel/HR Recommended CPE: 1.5 CPE Program Prerequisites: None Advanced Preparation: None Delivery Method: Live/Group The CFO Leadership Council is registered with the National Association of State Boards-of-Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors (Sponsor ID 109063). State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be addressed to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors, 150 Fourth Avenue North, Suite 700, Nashville, TN, 37219-2417. Website: www.nasba.org More on the Speakers: Kim EiringKim currently serves as the CFO for Mutual Materials, a 118 year old, privately held, building products company located in Bellevue. Throughout her career, Kim has focused on building teams in high-growth, faced paced environments. Most notably, her experiences include growing teams from scratch in ever-changing technology start-ups, team transformation to support the transition from a private to public company, working on team integration as the result of acquisitions, building teams oversees and revitalizing teams after layoffs, downturns and other adverse conditions. Kim is an alumni of Deloitte. Kim holds both a BA in Accounting and a master’s degree in Leadership from Seattle University. Kim has served as both treasurer and president of several nonprofit boards focused on children’s issues, including Treehouse, Girls on the Run, The Mockingbird Society. Marie PotterThroughout Marie's life she has always gravitated towards working with people and supporting their learning and development. Her professional career has spanned higher education and industry. This includes 15 years at the University of Washington, working in admissions and student affairs roles, and 5 years directing administrative affairs in a small business. Today you'll find her at Getty Images, working as Manager of Talent and Leadership Development, where she spends her days focusing on helping individuals, teams, and leaders realize their full potential. Marie is passionate about cultivating talent, fostering engagement, creating inclusive environments, consulting with leaders, building high-performing teams, and supporting growth at all levels of an organization. She recently received the highest award at Getty Images - the Leadership Principle Award, specifically for "being inclusive of different voices, perspectives, and experience". Her passions also flow into her volunteer work, which includes over 20 years of developing leaders through camp programs, as well as outreach in her local community. And at home she is busy raising two young sons and encouraging them to have growth mindsets. To Marie, life is about being creative, leading with curiosity, and making a difference. Josh WarborgJosh Warborg is a 22 year veteran of the recruiting industry. Josh started as a recruiter for Robert Half in 1995. Prior to that, Josh worked as an accountant and owned a telecommunications company. Over the past 22 years Josh has taken roles of increasing responsibility with Robert Half. He currently oversees 4 of Robert Half’s 9 lines of business and 9 offices in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho as the District President. Josh frequently speaks to the media on issues related to hiring and has been featured by Fox Business, NPR, PRNewswire, Inc Magazine, Fast Company, the Seattle Times, King 5, and the Puget Sound Business Journal among others. He holds a bachelor degree in finance from Miami University of Ohio and an MBA from the USC Marshall School of Business. Lynda SilsbeeAs the Founder and Principal of PDG, Lynda has19 years of experience in consulting, coaching, facilitating team development, strategic planning, and organizational effectiveness. Prior to creating PDG, she spent20yearsin a variety of roles inside of large, complex organizations including Nordstrom, Genie Industries and Vulcan. In recent years, Lynda and her extensive group of highly experienced coaches and consultants have provided both contract and ‘on-call’ coaching and facilitation services for the City of Seattle and The Port of Seattle. City Departments/Branches include: The Mayor’s Office, City Attorney’s Office, City Budget Office, Finance and Administrative Services, Seattle Department of Human Resources, City Human Services Department, Department of Education and Early Learning, Seattle Public Utilities (multiple branches/groups). Lynda is passionate about creating GREAT leaders at all levels. In 2002 she launched the LEAP® Program to provide small and mid-sized organizations with the same level of leadership development as a fortune 100 company. She also has developed and implemented performance management systems, compensation systems, and is an insightful negotiator, and professional coach. Joseph HagarJoseph joined McKinstry in 2002 after a career starting in Audit & Assurance at Deloitte & Touché. He then went into construction with Chris Berg, and apparel at Unionbay Sportswear and finally children’s software at Humongous Entertainment. His experience includes financial reporting, financial planning and analysis, mergers and acquisitions, ERP systems and infrastructure, risk management, contracts and legal, succession planning, complex tax strategies, insurance, bonding, and banking. Cancellation PolicyIf you would like to cancel your ticket or request a refund, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Refunds are available up to 48 hours prior to the program. More Information For more information about this program or The CFO Leadership Council, please contact Jack McCullough, Founder, The CFO Leadership Council, at email@example.com or Mray Christensen, Marketing Director, Seattle Chapter, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration All current CFO Leadership Council members may attend this program for free. Non-member senior financial executives who are CFOs, Vice Presidents of Finance, Directors of Finance and Controllers (or the like) are welcome to attend this program for $50. Please note that service providers or any executives who are not senior financial executives (CFOs, Vice Presidents of Finance, Controllers, Directors of Finance, etc.) cannot attend this event. The CFO Leadership Council reserves the right to decline any registration. Interested in membership? Click here to attend our meeting and all of our educational programs for the 2018 season for free. We Empower CFOs. The CFO Leadership Council (CFOLC) is a professional association dedicated to empowering senior financial executives to realize success in their careers, as well as for the people and companies they lead. Our members realize this success through the collaborative and energetic community we foster, which helps them build a professional network of their peers, as well as involves them in engaging discussions, both in-person and online, that deliver pragmatic and tangible business insights on business and leadership issues. Our Seattle chapter is one of 23 chapters across North America - Join us today to be a part of the discussion! We Offer Concise, targeted programs created by and for CFOs Continual focus on evolving trends with informative updates provided in our programming Dedicated attention to honing the leadership skills needed for senior financial executives to thrive A high-quality network of senior financial executives, both in-person and online Restricted, exclusive events for senior decision makers An environment that promotes collaboration within a diverse group of successful professionals Membership Includes Free attendance to all CFOLC Seattle chapter programs, as well as all CFOLC programs across North America. Most programs qualify for CPE, and are exclusive to senior financial executives and a limited network of sponsors. A robust community of 1,500+ financial leaders and 200+ events across North America. Exclusive access to our members-only private email group and monthly conference calls, which connect you directly with your peers to advise on a variety of issues and challenges. Free attendance to our two day conference in May 2018. Invitations to complimentary national webinars and pertinent educational CFO updates. Who Can Join?CFOs, Senior Vice Presidents and Vice Presidents of Finance, Controllers, Directors of Finance and other senior financial executives are encouraged to join. Not sure if you're eligible? Please contact, our Marketing Director, Mary Christensen at email@example.com. Ready To Get Started? Don’t wait – join your peers and get your Seattle Chapter membership today! Click here to begin!