Date and Location
March 27, 2017
11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Hyatt Regency Sacramento Ballroom
$400 per person. NASC Membership required to enroll in CSEE. Deadline to register is February 24, 2017. Register now.
About the Course
“Leading Self and Leading Others”
The session is designed to help us understand how to first lead ourselves and then others. This will be a highly engaging seminar involving micro learning, concept sharing, facilitated table discussions and exercises and interactive full audience dialogue. Tammy and Tim Reynolds are faculty members in Ohio University’s College of Business.
The spring course is being developed in partnership with Ohio University College of Business.
About the Presenters
An Ohio University alumnus, Tim returned to the College of Business in 2012, bringing with him 25 years of corporate experience with leading Fortune 500 companies including Marathon Oil Company, Abbott Laboratories, Johns-Manville Corporation, and Whirlpool Corporation. Tim’s career in the private sector focused on global human resources, leadership development and succession planning, and talent strategy. His prior position was Vice President of Talent and Organizational Development for Whirlpool Corporation where he led talent analytics, acquisition and assessment, leadership development and succession planning, diversity and inclusion, and organizational capability building for the world’s leading appliance company. Whirlpool Corporation is consistently ranked a top company for leaders. Tim graduated from Ohio University’s College of Business, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration in 1987. He also holds a master’s degree in Labor and Human Resources from the Ohio State University.
Tammy Reynolds joined Ohio University in August 2012 after 25 years working in Fortune 500 companies. She began her career at Marathon Oil Company, and most recently worked for Whirlpool Corporation at the company’s world headquarters where she led the human resources organization for the North American Operations organization. In this large-scale human resource leadership role, Tammy had accountability for human capital strategy, talent pipeline development, HR operational infrastructure and business continuity for all Whirlpool Corporation North America based manufacturing, supply chain and logistic locations. Tammy holds a Bachelor of Science from West Liberty State University and a Master’s Degree in Industrial and Labor Relations from West Virginia University. Tammy teaches integrated businesscluster courses, human resources and organizational behavior for the MBA program, special leadership seminars in the Brazilian executive program and other external executive education seminars. She is the founder and advisor for OHIO Women in Business, the founder and director for the Emerging Leadership Development Program, and co-director for the Select Leadership Development Program
Since its inception in 2002, CSEE has been the only certification available for experienced sport tourism professionals seeking continuing education and professional development in the field of sport tourism. Certification can be earned in as little as two and a half years for grandfather participants and four years for standard participants. CSEE designation is awarded to individuals who have successfully completed eight modules (five modules for individuals with grandfather status). NASC partners with Ohio University College of Business to develop high caliber CSEE courses. Learn more.
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