Findley Davies will present at three different Columbus market events on April 19, 2012, addressing Navigating Change and Controlling Health Care Costs. These presentations will be hosted by The Conway Family Business Center, Beacon Hill B.O.S.S. Workshops, and the Manufacturers' Education Council (MEC). Read on to learn more and register for these dynamic events.
Navigating Change: Moving Your Family Business Forward In Today’s Economy
April 19th, 7:30-9:00 a.m.
Ohio Dominican University-Alumni Hall
The Conway Family Business Center will present this seminar geared toward family business leaders. Kimberlie England, principal and national practice leader of Change Management services for Findley Davies, and Debra Crow, corporate communications manager for The Andersons, will help family business leaders take the first step toward creating effective change management in their business. England and Crow will illustrate for business leaders how to plan and strengthen support for change in their organizations to increase employee productivity and build better relationships at all levels. Learn more by reading England's article on Navigating Change.
Navigating Change: Moving Your Business Forward In Today’s Economy
April 19th, Noon-1:15 p.m.
Beacon Hill, 84 South 4th Street, Columbus
This one-hour seminar will show registrants the importance of aligning talent with a company’s business plan, how to close the gap between your people and processes, and tips to motivate your top talent. Senior Consultant, Kate Murawa, and Principal, Kyle Pifher, both of Findley Davies, will lead the workshop. Complimentary lunch and parking are provided. Learn more by reading Findley Davies' article on Navigating Change.
RSVP at 614-469-4685 or http://www.bossworkshops.com/
9th Annual Ohio Employers’ Summit on Controlling Health Care Costs
April 19th, 7:30 a.m. - 4:15 p.m.
MEC, DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Columbus-Worthington
With employee health-coverage costs expected to continue to rise, now is the ideal time to focus on helping employees become better health care consumers through communication & education and health promotion & prevention. Findley Davies’ Principal and National Practice Leader, Kimberlie England, will present “Controlling Health Benefits Costs … Effective Communications to Engage Employees to Take Responsibility for Their Own Health Care Decisions.” Debra Crow, Corporate Communications Manager of The Andersons, Inc. will co-present with a case study of a successful campaign to encourage enrollment in a high deductible health plan to control health care costs. Learn more by reading Findley Davies' article on organizational health care strategy.
Go to www.MECseminars.com to register.
We hope you can join us for one or more of these events. Contact us at the links above for additional information.