This one day workshop is for managers, supervisors and administrators
Session 1: Motivating, Training and
Coaching Your Employees
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Session Presenter: Wanda Brown, Regional
successful supervisors or managers, we must first understand how effective
leadership can positively shape organizational values. In this session,
presenter Wanda Brown will provide an overview of how to create a work environment
designed to retain good employees and develop others through motivating,
training, and coaching programs. Topics
will include a broader understanding of how to harness the talent that
different generations in the workplace bring.
Speaker Bio: Wanda Brown
MBA, served on the International Parking Institute’s Board of Directors from
2008 to 2015, representing the interest of hospitals and medical centers. Wanda’s extensive industry experience
includes 17 years with UC Davis Medical, where she held the position of
Assistant Manager for Parking, Transportation, and Fleet Services. She
co-chaired the IPI Membership Committee, providing membership resources and
assisting with strategic development for new and established membership benefits. Wanda also served on the Sustainability
Committee, launched IPI’s first online Shoptalk, contributes to the Parking
Matters® Blog, and writes articles for The Parking Professional magazine. In 2012, her contributions earned her the
organization’s Chairman’s Award.
Session 2: Working Through Change in
1:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Session Presenter: Kim
Jackson, CAPP, Regional Trainer, IPI
workplace, change is frequently the only constant we experience. In this
session, presenter Kim Jackson, CAPP, will address the issues every leader
needs to understand about managing a changing work environment and how to
better assist our teams to adapt. Topics will include defining workplace
change, the change IQ continuum, steps to effective change, and recognizing
group dynamics and the specific behaviors that may contribute to poor group
Speaker Bio: Kim E. Jackson, CAPP
Director, Transportation &
leadership, expertise and management for university transportation and parking
operations, services, facilities and programs. In 2008 she was hired as the
first Director, Transportation & Parking Services for Princeton
University. Kim previously worked at the
International Parking Institute (IPI) as the Executive Director. Prior to IPI, Kim was Director of Parking
& Transportation at Rutgers University in New Jersey responsible for the
university’s parking and transportation programs, and management of daily
operations of a multi-faceted program for five New Brunswick campuses, and
contracted bus services. Kim is a class of 2000 CAPP graduate and currently serves
as Past Chair to the IPI Board of Directors.
Breakfast, lunch and parking are included.
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