Michael Weisman

Author of Choosing Higher Ground

Mike is a 45 year veteran of the marketing & communications industry where he guided strategic campaign development for some of the most iconic brands in the country.

In 2009, Mike co-founded The Values Institute, a strategic think tank whose mission is to inspire values-driven corporate culture. He takes the story of values into boardrooms across the country where he consults with C-suite executives and speaks to groups large and small.

Michael is a graduate of the College of Communications at California State University Fullerton and was recently honored as the Communicator of the Year by Cal State Fullerton’s College of Communications and as a Leader of Integrity from the Ethical Edge. He is the author of Choosing Higher Ground, a business book devoted to helping corporations grow employee satisfaction, loyalty and advocacy through shared values.

Hema Crockett & Jamie Jacobs

High Performanceology

Known as authentic, transformational leaders, High Performanceology Co-Founders, Hema Crockett and Jamie Jacobs have built strong reputations for creating and developing high impact human resources teams that drive business results. Their experience ranges from start-up technology and biotech firms to Fortune 50 companies. They understand the nuances of the ever-changing business ecosystem having operationally led implementation and execution within leading businesses. Hema & Jamie help HR and Executive teams do their own self-development work so that they are able to create cultures that win in the ever-changing business landscape. They are recognized as leaders within the human resources community and are active with professional and non-profit Boards of Directors.

 

The Recovering Rescuer

In this interactive workshop, we will talk about the role of HR as rescuer and why we feel compelled to not only throw over the life jacket but actually jump in and save our employees. You’ll be participating in activities where you’ll discover:

  • The role each of us play in the drama triangle, whether at work or at home
  • How to identify your triggers so you don’t fall into old patterns and habits
  • And how to reframe your thinking so you aren’t draining your energy but are still helping and making an impact.

Come ready to have fun, get a little uncomfortable and to challenge your default way of thinking.