CURRENT: Destination: Dignity Lunch n’ Learn

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Destination: Dignity Lunch n’ Learn presented by Joe Kiedinger
Tuesday, February 23, 2016
11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Click HERE to Register

This event is coordinated and hosted by Current, the Greater Green Bay Chamber’s young professionals group targeting individuals age 21-40.

Destination: Dignity

Would you like to be the leader you wish your leader was?

Did you know that we get treated in life the way we teach people to treat us?

Would you like to openly communicate better with your co-workers?

Attendees will reflect on the difference between dignity and respect. Servant Leadership strives to understand and dignify people for what they do because of who they are. Joe’s story with his own family, particularly his teenage son Alex, moves audiences in a thoughtful, meaningful way. As well as makes them laugh, because life’s kind of funny! His stories of family and corporate life will bring joy to the room.

Build a Business and Build a Life through Servant Leadership

The premise is simple: Raise your company or department like you would raise a family: strict but fair, treat each person as unique and celebrate individual victories. Attendees will leave with the most powerful Servant Leadership question a person could ask – a life-changing question. A question that is at the heart of all Servant Leaders and can heal and build up relationships.

About the Speaker

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Joe Kiedinger
Brander-In-Chief
Prophit Marketing, Inc.

When starting his own advertising agency, J. Kiedinger Advertising, Joe realized that he didn’t understand the true ingredients of great marketing. His first real effort at a grand opening failed, wasting tens of thousands of his client’s money. Fortunately for Joe, that client was rooted in the Servant Leadership philosophy.

Joe spent years interviewing and learning from great companies – local, national and international. Through this he identified the seven key ingredients to building a successful business. He calls this seven-staged system the Prophit Marketing System. The system worked so well that he changed the name of company to Prophit Marketing – combining the historical prophet (his journey of learning from others) with making a profit. The companies he researched through his interviews all had these seven key ingredients. Along the journey he realized that these same elements, when rooted in a Servant Leadership framework, serve people in their personal life as well. Rooted in everything he learned was the realization that interpersonal relationships are the key to growing a successful life and business.

Joe began studying Servant Leadership as the essence of great leadership, as well as great parenting. The realization that running a successful business is no different that running a successful household was the motivation of creating the world’s first interpersonal connection tool called the About Me Card. Joe’s online About Me Card system helps build relationships quickly.

It’s this message of dignity that motivates and inspires Joe every day to spread the word with his story telling and his knack for performance. Joe was a performer on a cruise ship in his younger years and he uses his talents to entertain and inspire through workshops and speaking engagements.

Joe and his wife Danica own several businesses in the Green Bay area, have four wonderful children, and a dog Harvey.

Menu
Sautéed boneless breast of chicken with parmesan gravy, chef’s choice potato and vegetable, and assorted desserts.

Event Registration
$15 Members of Current | $25 Nonmembers of Current

Free with 2016 Lunch n’ Learn or All-Inclusive Events Package – Learn More

To ensure proper membership pricing for Current or an events package enrollment, please use the email address we have on file for you when registering online. There is a 96-hour cancellation policy.

Event Sponsor

ProphitMarketing200

 

 

 

Speaker
Joe Kiedinger
Profit Marketing, Inc.

Agenda
11 am Registration & Networking
11:30 am Lunch Served
12 pm Presentation
1 pm Conclusion

Location
Riverside Ballroom, Inc.
www.riversideballroom.com
1560 Main St.
Green Bay, WI 54302
Map to Event
Maximum Attendees: 150

Thank you Sponsors

Sponsors

Income Continuation Insurance Deferred Enrollment Period Through March 1, 2016

ICI Deferred Enrollment Opportunity

The Income Continuation Insurance (ICI) program is an “income replacement” benefit plan that replaces up to 75% of your gross salary if you are unable to work due to a short or long-term disability.

Standard ICI pays 75% of your salary up to a maximum of $4,000/month (based on a maximum salary of up to $64,000 per year of 2015 Wisconsin Retirement System (WRS) earnings). Supplemental ICI pays 75% of your salary up to a maximum of $7,500/month (based on a maximum salary of up to $120,000 per year of 2015 WRS earnings).

If you are not currently enrolled in ICI, you may be able to enroll during the ICI Deferred Enrollment Period through March 1, 2016. Eligible employees were sent an email on January 22.  You must complete an Income Continuation Insurance Application (ET-2307) and return it to the payroll office on or before March 1, 2016 to enroll during the deferred enrollment period. ICI coverage elected through deferred enrollment will be effective April 1, 2016.

Deferred enrollment is offered in the following situations:

  • You are University Staff, and your prior year-end sick leave balance exceeds 520 or 728 hours for the first time.
  • You are University Staff and have accumulated and retained at least 80 hours of sick leave (prorated for part-time employment) for the first time in the prior calendar year.
  • Your prior year-end sick leave balance exceeds 1040 hours.
  • If enrolled in ICI, and your 2015 WRS earnings were at least $64,000, you are eligible to enroll in Supplemental ICI coverage (if not already enrolled).

Please contact Human Resources at (920) 465-2390 or payrollandbenefits@uwgb.edu with any questions.

T.Rowe Price Offers Recorded Webinars

TSA 403(b) Webinars

T. Rowe Price, one of the investment companies in your UW TSA 403(b) Program, offers webinars. Take advantage of these webinars!

Another way to save: Roth contributions

For potential tax-free withdrawals in retirement, consider Roth contributions. View this 10-minute program to understand how Roth contributions can give you tax-free withdrawals in retirement. Find out about the advantages and disadvantages of Roth contributions, review a Roth contribution profile quiz, and learn about requirements for a qualified Roth distribution.

View this webinar

Insight on Market Volatility

This investment panel event was conducted on October 22, 2015. Watch this one-hour recording to get professional insight on recent market volatility and what to expect next, how to help protect your portfolio over the long term, and the impact of an interest rate hike.

View this presentation

Wisconsin Retirement System (WRS) Webinars offered in February

Live Webinars Scheduled for February

ETF is offering a series of 30-minute, live, interactive webinars designed to increase your understanding of Wisconsin Retirement System benefits. Individuals can also ask questions at the end of these sessions.

Overview of the Wisconsin Retirement System:  This webinar will cover participation in the WRS, vesting requirements, how the WRS is funded and benefits available under the WRS. Also included is a brief overview of the Core and Variable Trust Funds and how the WRS is structured.

  • Feb 16, 2016 11:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
  • Feb 22, 2016 12:00 p.m. – 12:30 p.m.

WRS Effective Rates and Annuity Adjustments: Do WRS accounts receive an investment return? Do investment returns affect how much a retiree will initially receive when they begin their pension? Do those retired in the WRS receive adjustments to their monthly pension amount over the years? This webinar will cover the process of how account effective rates and annuity adjustments are calculated, starting with the investment return. Also covered are the Core and Variable Trust Funds and the calculations specific to each fund for effective rates and annual adjustments.

  • Feb 17, 2016 11:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
  • Feb 23, 2016 6:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
  • Feb 25, 2016 12:00 p.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Additional Contributions: Find out how making additional contributions to your WRS account can potentially increase your retirement. This webinar also provides examples of how contributions grow over time with interest, how to pay additional contributions (payroll deduction or direct pay), etc.

  • Feb 18, 2016 11:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
  • Feb 23, 2016 12:00 p.m. – 12:30 p.m.
  • Feb 25, 2016 6:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Beneficiary Designation: Do you have a beneficiary designation on file with ETF and does it reflect how you’d want your WRS death benefits paid? This webinar reviews the importance of having a beneficiary designation on file and keeping it updated as life events occur. The webinar also review the process of how to correctly complete a designation form, what it means if you do not have one on file with ETF, and how to request a copy of your current form.

  • Feb 11, 2016 11:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
  • Feb 15, 2016 11:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
  • Feb 24, 2016 12:00 p.m. – 12:30 p.m.

 

Register for a webinar

Please contact Human Resources at (920) 465-2390 or payrollandbenefits@uwgb.edu with any questions.

CSA Lunch ‘n Learn held on Tuesday, February 9, 2016

CSA Lunch 'n LearnThank you to Suzi Sevcik of Sleepy Hollow Farm & CSA for providing us with excellent information about Community Supported Agriculture!  We are looking forward to enjoying fresh vegetables and herbs during their 15 week harvest season from mid-June through mid-September.  For more information about CSA’s, please visit the Sleepy Hollow Farm & CSA website (http://www.sleepyhollowfarmcsa.com/), or contact the Wellness Committee at wellness@uwgb.edu.

University Services Associate 2

The University Services Associate 2 is responsible for administrative and program support operations for the Professional Program in Education and Phuture Phoenix.  The duties include serving as receptionist, preparation and dissemination of correspondence, scheduling appointments, and coordinating meeting and travel arrangements.  This position will provide direct support to the Professional Program in Education Chair, the Phuture Phoenix Director and the faculty and staff in both areas.

This position will also perform the financial related activities of the Phuture Phoenix program, including budget reconciliation, preparation and processing of financial reports and maintenance of related financial and donor records.  The University Services Associate 2 will also service as liaison between the Phuture Phoenix program and select external constituents.

For more information and position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Sunday, February 21, 2016.

Lecturer and MSW Field Coordinator – Social Work

The department of Social Work at UW-Green Bay seeks applicants for a non-tenure track position in Social Work.  This instructional academic staff position holds a part-time appointment as Program Lecturer in Social Work Professional Programs, and a part-time appointment as the Master’s in Social Work (MSW) Program Field Coordinator.  Lecturer duties will comprise approximately 50% of the overall position responsibilities.  This position is responsible for coordinating all aspects of the field component of the MSW curriculum, and  will be responsible for teaching courses in the BSW and/or MSW programs. Candidates with a commitment to strengths-based generalist social work practice and the profession’s knowledge, values, and skills are strongly encouraged to apply.

For more information and position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Monday, March 21, 2016.

Stand Up Desk Information Sheet

UW-Green Bay Wellness Committee member and Assistant Professor, Megan Olson Hunt, with the help of Jill Fermanich, Environmental Health Specialist, created an informational sheet about stand up desks.  Please click on the following link to learn more about stand up desks:

Stand Up Desk Informational Sheet

Winter Break Fitness Challenge Winners

Great job to all the staff members who exercised at the Kress Events Center over winter break!  The winners from the random weekly drawings are:

  • Lynn Rotter
  • Barb Tomashek-Ditter
  • Amanda Wildenberg

They won a water bottle and a T-shirt.

The randomly drawn grand prize winner is:

  • Cali Basten

Cali won a Massage Envy gift card.  Congratulations Lynn, Barb, Amanda and Cali!

Watch for details about our upcoming 50 Wellness Tips Poster Challenge!

Changes to Student Employment Policy and Procedures

Based upon compliance requirements for the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (ACA), changes have been made effective January 1, 2015 to UPS Operational Policy: GEN 20 on Student Employment.

Updates to the Student Employment Policy include:

  • 25 hour per week limitation during the 39-contiguous weeks of the Academic year for all UW System employment.
  • Limits on lump sum payments.
  • Recording of hours worked with any lump sum payments that continue.

As part of this required change, all current and future student employees are required to complete a Student Employment Acknowledgement for each position employed through UW-Green Bay.

Due to required changes in student employment and payroll procedures, anyone supervising students is required to attend. Two additional forums have been scheduled to go over the updated policy and requirements:

  • Tuesday, February 9, 2016; 11 – 12 p.m. Phoenix B, University Union
  • Wednesday, February 10, 2016; 2 – 3 p.m. Room 103, University Union

Please RSVP for the date and time you are able to attend.