Mindful Leadership and Engagement After the Storm
Recorded On: 09/10/2020
This program is a discussion of the effect of the pandemic on the workplace and workforce itself. It is clear that the workforce is fractured and businesses that are restarting will find it a challenge to reengage their employees. There will be an enormous amount of work that will continue to be done from home for the near future. In some industries this may become permanent. How managers will motivate and measure productivity is a big concern. Rebuilding teams that existed before the pandemic may be a problem. These and other issues will be discussed in the webinar. This presentation will also address the workplace implications and stresses associated with racially charged issues including inequality and injustice.
This webinar will be recorded and available on-demand shortly after live webinar.
Kurtis T. Wilder
Of Counsel to Butzel Long
Former Michigan Supreme Court Justice Kurtis T. Wilder is Of Counsel to Butzel Long. He concentrates his practice in litigation, appeals, and mediation/facilitation.
Justice Wilder served on the Michigan Supreme Court as its 112th Justice following his appointment by Governor Rick Snyder on May 9, 2017. Prior that time, Justice Wilder served as a judge on the Michigan Court of Appeals from December 1998 to May 2017 and a judge of the Washtenaw County Trial Court from March 1992 to December 1998.
He has memberships in the Fellows of the Michigan State Bar Foundation; the Federalist Society, Board of Advisors, Lawyers Division-Michigan Chapter; and the Wolverine Bar Association. Justice Wilder has a long history in philanthropy, having served as board chair of the State of Michigan Community Corrections Advisory Board, National Kidney Foundation of Michigan and Nonprofit Enterprise at Work He currently serves on the Boards of the Alumni Association of the University of Michigan, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Michigan Chamber of Commerce, Detroit Regional Dollars for Scholars, and The Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation. He was recently named Chair-Elect of the Board of Trustees of Interlochen Center for the Arts. He is an Elder and Chancel Choir member at First Presbyterian Church of Plymouth.
John P. Hancock, Jr.
Shareholder, Butzel Long
John P. Hancock, Jr. is a shareholder based in Butzel Long's Detroit office. He is a graduate of Duke University Law School and the University of Notre Dame. Mr. Hancock's practice focuses on collective bargaining negotiations and arbitrations as well as counseling of both public and private employers. He has also done extensive employment litigation and OSHA litigation. Mr. Hancock has served as chief negotiator in numerous collective bargaining negotiations for public schools, municipal and public utilities as well as clients in various other businesses ranging from casinos to steel plants to hospitals and country clubs. A good portion of his practice is devoted to counseling clients on employment issues.
One (1) HR (General) recertification credit hour for PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.
One (1) PDC for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP.