The privilege of leading AND the principles of servant leadership
If you are registered for the all-day session on April 5th, you do not need to submit a separate registration for the lunch session.
*The All-Day session will not be available virtually. The lunch session will be available virtually.
All Day Session: 8:30 am - 3:30 pm presented by Ted Schick
Session includes Educational Luncheon from 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. presented by Ted Schick.
Click here to register for the all-day session: The Privilege of Leading AND The Principles of Servant Leadership (All-Day Session)
Morning (8:30 - 11:15 am) & Afternoon (1:15 - 3:30pm) Session
The Privilege of Leading, Presented by Ted Schick
In this fun and engaging and learning day, we start from the beginning of leading yourself - from your professionalism to communication to navigating change to high performing teams. This day is an active learning event and is applicable whether you lead others or are just in charge of yourself. There is something for everyone. Your speaker and trainer for the day, Ted Schick, is going to give you all his love and energy. Hang on and get ready for a full, fun day.
- In this presentation, the learner will be able to list and describe how one leads oneself from EI to professionalism.
- In this presentation, the learner will be able to identify and apply communication strategies from difficult conversations to chain of command.
- In this presentation, the learner will understand the building blocks of high performing teams and how to lead those teams.
About the Speaker:
Residing in Fredenberg Township, just north of Duluth, MN, Ted Schick is a professional speaker, corporate trainer, and consultant with his own business of 12 years, Schick Corporate Learning. A retired naval officer who rose from the enlisted ranks, Ted has over 30 years of experience leading people.
With over 26 years in teaching, Ted holds a BA Business from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, received a teaching certificate from Bemidji State University, and a Master of Education from the University of Minnesota, Duluth.
Ted has served his community with Spirit Mountain Ski Patrol, local animal humane societies including Animal Allies and Friends of Animals as well as a mentor for Mentor Duluth. During the pandemic, he packed food at the Second Harvest Foodbank in addition to delivering for “Meals-on-Wheels.” Ted believes in all aspects of Servant Leadership.
Re-certification Credits:Approved: 5.5 SHRM credit (including lunch)
Pending: 5.5 HRCI credit (including lunch)
- Member Rate: $109
- Non-Member Rate: $119
Please submit payment one week prior to the meeting.
Registration will close 10 days prior to the event.