We’ll be digging into personal development that will make you a better person, community member, and employee in your profession. Change has been a constant theme in this year’s story. We want you to embrace that change and learn how growth is cultivated from such confusing and overwhelming situations. We hope you’ll grow with us. H•U•G•E thank you to our Title Sponsor: Duke Energy!
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Laura Binder-Hines, MS, RD: Now, more than ever, we need to be in tune with our mental and physical wellness; connect perseverance and renewal with Laura. Laura is a Certified Yoga & Meditation Instructor, Registered Dietitian, and Young Living™ Independent Distributor. Leave this session feeling empowered to make lifestyle changes. You may even discover your new self-care routine! And if you’re like us, self-care is something we really need right now. For more information about Laura Binder-Hines, visit www.lbhwellness.com.
Kimberly Hendricks LaGrange, MBA, SHRM-SCP, SPHR: Kim is the President and Founder of Prime Talent Insights, a leadership development and coaching consultancy. Aligning business strategies with human performance is the essence of Kim’s work, and she strives to be a valuable business partner working with clients in diverse industries including financial services, manufacturing, higher education, logistics and utilities. Kim’s coaching philosophy is based on helping people build self-awareness to connect who they are to what they do. She offers clients a fresh perspective and an objective sounding board, with a focus on building their strengths and expanding their influence. Prior to launching Prime Talent Insights, Kim spent a decade as an instructor in the Scott College of Business at Indiana State University, teaching leadership, organizational behavior, and strategic human capital management to both undergraduate and graduate students. Additionally, she has taught Human Resource Management in the Engineering Management graduate program at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. In her corporate experience, Kim has held executive positions responsible for all areas of HR, including leadership development, recruiting and selecting talent, employee relations, compensation, and employee benefits. For more information about Kim Hendricks LaGrange, visit primetalentinsights.com.
Jennifer Louden: Discover the desire for what’s next with this best-selling author! How do you bother after heartbreak, after creative and career defeats, after loss, after sidelining your dreams to pay off debt, raise kids, or take care of aging parents? How do you keep going when you’ve always done the right thing, but never 𝘺𝘰𝘶𝘳 thing? How do you move forward when your to-do list is checked off, and you can’t find the energy for more? Does anything you do matter when the world is in such dire straits? IT DOES! We’re so excited for you to hear from Jennifer and start answering the question, “Why bother?” For more information about Jennifer Louden, visit jenniferlouden.com/why-bother.
Jason Winkle: Dr. Jason Winkle is the founder and CEO of WinkleCorp, a leadership development consultancy. He has a PhD in Education Leadership and his primary area of research focuses on high performing teams. In addition to his consultancy, Dr. Winkle is the CEO of the Monroe County YMCA Association in Bloomington, Indiana. He previously served as the Interim Dean and Associate Dean in the College of Nursing, Health, & Human Services at Indiana State University. Dr. Winkle is a former faculty member at the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York. He is a sought-after speaker, consultant, coach, and freelance writer. and we are sure that he will not disappoint in this session!