Schedule/Topics

June 11th-Event Day Agenda- Schedule is tentative and subject to changes

8:00: Registration



8:30: Welcome & Introductions

Helen Merriman, Director of SD CEO

          Dr. Mary Caton-Rosser, BHSU Associate Professor, Mass Communication


9:00: "Remarkable Women: Celebrating Who We Are!"

Linda Rabe, IOM, CCE, President and CEO, Rapid City Chamber of Commerce


9:30: “
The Emotional Edge to Emotional Intelligence (EI):

Finding your Emotional Quotient (EQ)”

Dr. Priscilla Romkema, BHSU Dean, College of Business & Natural Sciences

  • Defining Emotional Intelligence (EI) and Attributes  

  • Developing and Enhancing One’s Emotional Intelligence

  • Exploring the Role of EI in the Workplace

  • Gaining Insights and Strategies Through Personal Reflection on EI  

10:30: Inspirational Intermission- "Leading in a Man's World" Meg Manke, Human Resource Generalist and Abby Olson, Wharf Mine Controller, Goldcorp-Wharf Resources

10:40: Break

10:45: “Save Me:  Myths and Benefits of Budgeting”

Laura Prosser, BHSU School of Business Assistant Professor, Accounting

  • Review the framework of budgeting, planning and control, and the advantages of budgeting
  • Discuss the types of budgeting and how to be involved as a manager and an employee

  • Learn the components, how to implement, and how to evaluate the master budget

11:45: Working Lunch

  • “Laughing in the Face of Danger: The Art of Not Taking Things Too Seriously” Dr. Rachel Headley, STEM Liaison, Black Hills State University

    12:45: "Business Ethics: A Global Perspective"    

       Dr. Wei Song, BHSU School of Business Associate Professor, Marketing      

  • Learn six types of self-limiting behavior based on the woman leadership styles and apply three classic ethical principles for our business decision making.

  • Apply the principles to a real business case

  • Discuss topics of cultural intelligence for global leaders

  • Discuss ethics competency for a high performance team

1:45: Inspirational Intermission

 1:55: Break

 

2:00: “Squalls and Gales: Weathering Change”

Dr. Bobbi Looney, BHSU School of Business Assistant Professor, Management

  • Learn the barriers to change and the behaviors that surmount them
  • Examine the patterns of some of the most successful change agents
  • Mine their success for ideas and methods
  • Finish this session feeling stronger about facing the events in your life ahead

3:00: Inspirational Intermission- "Leading Your Own Transformation" Anna Tudela, VP, Regulatory Affairs & Corporate Secretary, Goldcorp Inc.

 

3:30: “Leading with Vision for the Future”

Dr. Helen Usera, Aspiring Business Consulting, LLC

 

4:00: Wrap-Up/Next Steps

 

4:15: Networking

 

Follow-Up Sessions Schedule- Tentative


 

   

*Mini-Session #1: Wednesday, July 9th, UCRC-room 201

 

1:00-2:30: Part II: “Squalls and Gales: Weathering Change” Dr. Bobbi Looney   

 

2:30-3:30:Part II: "Leading in a Man's World"  Abby Olson and Meg Manke, Goldcorp-Wharf Resources 

 

 

*Mini-Session #2: Wednesday, August 13th, UCRC-room 201

 

1:00-2:30: Part II: "Save Me: Myths and Benefits of Budgeting" Laura Prosser

2:30-3:30:
De-escalating Verbal Conflict” Dr. Patricia Simpson, BHSU Dean, College of Education and Behavioral Sciences

 

 

*Mini-Session #3: Wednesday, September 10th, UCRC-room 201

 

1:00-2:30: Part II: “The Emotional Edge to Emotional Intelligence (EI): Finding your Emotional Quotient (EQ)” Dr. Priscilla Romkema

 

2:30-3:30: Part II: "Laughing in the Face of Danger: The Art of Not Taking Things Too Seriously" Dr. Rachel Headley AND You Tube Video Preparation with Dr. Mary Caton-Rosser, Jesse Shelbourn- room 218

 

 

*Mini-Session #4: Wednesday, October 8th, UCRC-room 201

 

1:00-2:30: Part II: “Business Ethics: A Global Perspective” Dr. Wei Song

 

2:30-3:30: Linda Rabe, Rapid City Chamber of Commerce and Helen Usera, Aspiring Business Consulting, LLC AND You Tube Presentations with Dr. Mary Caton-Rosser, Jesse Shelbourn- room 218

 

 

Final event: Friday, October 24th- SD CEO Women’s Business Conference

  • The women who complete the entire “Women in Leadership: Focusing on the Future” program will be recognized at the Women’s Business Conference at The Lodge at Deadwood.