Our first Virtual Roundtable of 2021! For this roundtable we’ll be joined by IFMA MSP’s Immediate Past President, Laura Magnuson with Cushman & Wakefield and Paul Theisen with Donaldson for a discussion on changes they have made to their cafes and catering services as they’ve adapted to the new normal and address touchless options. Please join us and share your experiences and questions as we help answer your burning questions.
Please submit any specific questions to Rhonda Small prior to this Virtual Roundtable.
Thursday, February 18
12:00 – 12:30pm
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Meeting ID: 967 386 2023
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Meeting ID: 967 386 2023
HR during a pandemic – friend or foe? Facility Managers are very curious to know how HR is working to evolve to accommodate the changing workforce – both the way we work and the way we manage. How is HR handling these changes, how will it impact you, and what can Facility Managers do to support these changes? Michael Rossman, Chief Human Resources Officer at Hennepin County, and Tysley Taylor, Sr HR Business Partner for Facilities at Hennepin County, will talk about the importance of Facilities and Human Resources working together as well as giving some tips and tricks on how to engage your employees as we continue to evolve in how we work and manage. They will also talk about how 2020 affected employees, struggles and lessons learned, and how we as Facility Managers can support HR and the changes that 2021 will bring.
MEET YOUR SPEAKERS:
Michael Rossman is Hennepin County’s Chief Human Resources Officer and sits on the executive team for the organization. He has been with Hennepin County for over 29 years serving in many capacities, most notably in his current Human Resources executive leadership role as well as the previous administrator for the nationally recognized regional medical examiner’s office owned and operated by Hennepin County. Michael’s philosophy is that if you support innovation, trust employees to take risks and find ways to spark curiosity by giving employees exposure to all parts of the business, you can build capable, dedicated leaders that support the county’s mission & vision. With this drive for excellence, Mr. Rossman is leading change at Hennepin County to build and retain a talented, diverse and sustainable hybrid workforce of the future.
Tysley Taylor is a Principal HR Business for Hennepin County in Minneapolis, MN supporting Facility Services and Corrections. She received her BS degree at the University of MN in Marketing. Tysley has worked at Gillette Children’s in St. Paul, MN as HR Business Partner, Target Corporation in Minneapolis as a Campus Recruiter and Alliance Health Care in Eagan as a HR Director. Tysley’s favorite thing about Human Resources is supporting departments to do their very best work every single day so that our Residents and Clients can be their best as well.
Date: Wednesday, March 3
11:45am – 12:00pm – Chapter Announcements / Networking Discussions
12:00 – 12:45pm – Presentation / Panel
12:45-1:00pm – Questions
Pricing: $20 Member / $30 Non-Member
Registration: Click here to register!
Join us for our next Chapter Meeting! Attend this discussion to get a first-hand look at how two change managers at the City of Minneapolis prepared employees for a large-scale consolidation from seven different downtown locations into two downtown office buildings. This effort included a “project within a project” – the design of a new way of delivering service to the public, enabled by the layout of the physical space. We will briefly introduce the City’s model of managing the people side of change and share stories and examples of how we applied it to this office consolidation project by engaging the same people who will eventually reside and operate in the new spaces. You will leave this highly interactive session with change management ideas you can apply to your own people challenges.
This program will address the following IFMA Core Competencies: Communication and Human Factors
MEET OUR SPEAKERS:
Dawn E Baker, MSW, SHRM-SCP, is an award-winning learning and development leader with more than 27 years in the profession. She is currently the director of learning and development solutions for the City of Minneapolis. Dawn’s experience includes crafting and implementing organization learning strategy, leadership and organization development, change management, employee engagement and talent management. Before joining the City, Dawn was director of learning and development for Medica from 1999-2017, and with Optum from 1990 through 1998
Vincent Therrien, MA, is a Leadership Development and Change Manager at the City of Minneapolis. He has over 15 years of experience in leadership roles in the financial services industry and 20 years providing talent and organizational development consulting, primarily at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota. Vince is certified as a practitioner in many tools and methodologies that help building talent and organizations including the Prosci™ change management methodology and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and Clifton StrengthsFInders™.
Wednesday, April 7th
11:45am-12:00pm – Chapter Announcements / Networking Discussion
12:00pm-12:45pm – Presentation
12:45-1:00pm – Questions
FREE – IFMA MSP Members
$10 – IFMA Members (outside of the MSP chapter)
$20 – Non/Member
Click here to register! Access details will be sent to all registered attendees the day of the program.