Many leaders struggle to leverage their organization’s full potential.
How does an organization maximize value while making daily progress?
Business leaders continually make micro and macro investments. The large investments are easier to see and more carefully planned, while the daily micro decisions can be organizationally obfuscated.
In many companies, the largest investment may be its people. As we know, people can be a company’s most appreciable asset. When the people are working on the right things, at the right time, and in the right way, that asset can provide a return on investment.
Organization’s regularly measure performance between expected and actual results, and those performance gaps drive variances in budgeted versus actual income.
In this mini-workshop, participants will learn the blueprint for:
Identifying your intangible assets driving business outcomes
Assessing and measuring the performance of your key 3-5 organizational capabilities
The maturity levels for your key 3-5 organizational capabilities
The compounding benefits and risks of capability performance gaps
Developing a plan to leverage the full organizational capabilities for maximized value
Program will be certified for 1.25 SHRM and HRCI credits.
Amy Shackle has 15 years of experience as a technology and business leader for insurance and financial services companies.
Currently, Amy is Vice President, Chief Operating Officer for Webb Shackle, where she has accountability for partner relations, technology investments, corporate strategies, and the general management of the company.
Prior to joining Webb Shackle, Amy served as a senior technology leader across multiple disciplines including project management, infrastructure and networking, business intelligence, software development, quality assurance, and risk management.
Amy has a Master of Science in Accounting from Indiana Wesleyan University and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of Oklahoma, where she graduated Summa Cum Laude. She is an Associate in General Insurance (AINS), an Associate in Personal Insurance (AIP), and an Associate in Claims (AIC).
Amy serves as a Board Director for the Society for Information Management - Indianapolis Chapter, TechPoint Foundation for Youth, and IUPUI’s Department of Computer Information and Graphics Technology. She is the Co-President of Ellevate Network Indianapolis Chapter, Co- Chair of the Columbia Club Business Relations Committee and a member of Women & Hi Tech.
Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Registration begins: 5:30 pm
Introduction & Table Discussions: 6:00 pm
Program begins: 6:15 pm
Program concludes: 7:30 pm
Chateau Thomas Winery
6291 Cambridge Way
Plainfield, Indiana 46168
Members: $30 ($25 before 5/21/19)
Non-members: $40 ($35 before 5/21/19)
Flat-Rate Program: $0
A $5 early bird discount will be applied to registrations received a week prior to the event.