Professional Development

Professional Development

Quality Over Quantity: Building an Effective Networking Strategy
5/23/2018 • 8:30 AM-9:20 AM • Room 207 • Audience: Beginner

Networking is immensely valuable for all working professionals, regardless of their career stage. Whether exploring new opportunities, growing in a current role or adding knowledgeable experts to your inner circle, confidence is the key to building lasting relationships that support career and professional development goals. This session will offer tips for networking success, including how to build confidence, tools for making quality connections and steps for creating an effective networking strategy.

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Investing in Your Treasury Career
5/23/2018 • 4:00 PM-4:50 PM • Room 207 • Audience: Intermediate

As treasury professionals you spend your lives safeguarding and investing your company’s money, you need to do the same for your treasury career! My session includes; Leveraging the power of Networking & Personal Branding to help you influence what people say, think and even believe about you Balancing your Life and Career – prioritization – do you work to live or live to work? Keep your Treasury Career on-track by becoming your own Career Mentor

Essential Behaviors for Better Manager/Employee Conversations
5/24/2018 • 8:30 AM-9:20 AM • Room 202 • Audience: Intermediate

Improving performance begins with the quality of conversations between managers and employees. However, many leaders enter their role unprepared to initiate dialogue that elicits not just better performance, but individual greatness from members of their team. This session teaches a simple set of actions and a powerful process that leaders can use in conversations to bring focus, build trust, and ultimately drive better results.

Managing the multi-generational workforce: From Boomers to Gen Z
5/24/2018 • 10:30 AM-11:20 AM• Room 327 • Audience: Intermediate

As the baby-boomer generation nears retirement, every workplace needs to consider its strategy for hiring, managing and motivating the right people from every generation – and that’s especially true of treasury, where experience matters but emerging technologies can call for different approaches than were used in the past. In this session, a carefully-selected panel of experts from the treasury and finance and HR sectors will examine what steps we all need to take now to ensure a ‘sustainable workforce’ that will allow our organizations to prosper today and well into the future.

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Worldly Women: An International Treasury Career Dialogue
5/24/2018 • 12:20 PM-1:10 PM • Room 205 • Audience: Beginner

How can women make larger strides in achieving career advancement in finance and what can management do to engage this critical segment of the workforce? While the numbers appear to be improving, research shows that only 9% of FTSE 100 CFOs are women. In this session, three female corporate practitioners with more than 60 years of treasury and international cash management experience share their insights on career advancement. In this interactive audience session, panelists will poll the audience and address open Q&A.

Leverage Curiosity and Networking to Help Build a Successful Career
5/24/2018 • 12:20 PM-1:10 PM • Room 325 • Audience: Intermediate

Great conversations start with great content. This session will discuss how professionals should prioritize life-long learning in order to improve their network and career path. Dan will demonstrate how the audience can leverage new knowledge to enhance their networking functions. This is an interactive session… so expect few slides, great conversations and to learn something new!