Professional Development Mini-Workshops

$75 for Community
$45 for UE Students
Two-Hour Workshops

Inspiring your Team

Wednesday, May 8, 2019 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Stone Family Center for Health Sciences, Downtown Evansville

Curiosity is a driver for innovation and solving problems. If you can spark curiosity in your employees and/or students, you can engage them to be motivated to learn and create. This curiosity rich environment is the basis of innovation and can be a key to long term happiness in the workplace. This workshop will outline the ways to inspire your team using curiosity to fuel innovation.

Indiana Physical Therapy CEU’s applied for.

Dr. Huebner teaches within the area of musculoskeletal, foundational sciences and clinical course work in the DPT program. She received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Indiana University in 2009 and her Bachelor’s degree in Biology from The University of Alabama in Huntsville in 2006. Dr. Huebner graduated from the ProRehab and University of Evansville’s Sports Residency program in 2010. She is a board certified clinical specialist in sports through the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties. She has also received her manual therapy certification through Evidence in Motion’s program in 2014. In addition, she is actively engaged in patient care at ProRehab, PC in Evansville, IN and is the Residency Program Coordinator for ProRehab and University of Evansville’s Sports Residency Program. Dr. Huebner’s research interest is with injury prevention through individualized and group training.

Navigating Generational Differences in the Work Place

Wednesday, June 5, 2019 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Stone Family Center for Health Sciences, Downtown Evansville

Many employers are trying to navigate three to four different generations working in their organizations. This workshop will introduce characteristics and difference of Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Millennials. Participants will learn about the unique perspectives of each generation that lead to conflict. A process will be introduced for multi-generational teams to work through these conflicts to get better results.

Dr. Tad Dickel is a strategy, leadership, and organizational development consultant who works with a wide variety of organizations. He specializes in strategic planning, group facilitation, innovation processes, organizational assessment, and team building. In addition, he provides training in creative problem solving skills and nonprofit board development. His work maximizes employee and stakeholder commitment to ensure organizational success and growth.

With a career beginning in education, Tad has served as a school president, principal, and teacher. He regularly teaches graduate courses in strategic planning, leadership, school finance, and assessment and evaluation at Creighton University (Omaha, Nebraska) and University of Evansville (Evansville, Indiana). Tad has presented at national, state, and local conferences and meetings about strategic planning, nonprofit board development, and planned giving.

Tad holds a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from Indiana State University and has expertise in qualitative research methods. He earned a Certificate in Nonprofit Board Consulting from BoardSource, a Certificate in Fundraising Management from The Fund Raising School, a Certificate in Family Business Advising from the Family Firm Institute, a Foundations in Design Thinking Certificate from IDEO U, and is a Certified Basadur Simplexity Thinking Facilitator and Trainer.

Fraud Prevention in Non-Profit and Municipal Organizations

Wednesday, July 31, 2019 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Stone Family Center for Health Sciences, Downtown Evansville

Theft within non-profit organizations, government agencies, and other public institutions not only result in financial loss, but erodes public trust and affects the organizations ability to achieve its mission and goals. Providing a framework for board members, leadership teams, or volunteers is essential in organizations running as effectively and efficiently as possible. "Fraud Prevention in Non-Profit and Municipal Organizations" is a discussion of the costs associated with theft in the public sector, current policies that place public agencies at risk of being victims of theft, and organizational changes that can protect agencies from this type of crime.

Scott Smith, M.S. Criminal Justice, Nicholas Wildeman, M.P.A

Office Phone:
812-488-2981

Office Email:
cal@evansville.edu

Office Location:
Room 233, Graves Hall

Office Hours:
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. CDT