This session will be guided by Karen Hinds, CEO of workplace success group, Jay Morris, VP of leadership development at Yale New Haven Health, and Brent Robertson, Co-founder of Fathom. With each of them highly respected in the leadership field, and each with a deep faith practice, this session promises to get into the depths of this topic.

This session is designed for:

  • Those who are in a position of leadership and/or faith practice
  • Those who are emerging leaders and/or building a faith practice
  • Those who are exploring both

As a result of participating, you can expect:

  • More confidence as a person and more trust in your practice of leadership
  • An increased appetite to grow deeper in the Holy Spirit
  • Access to a community of others trying to figure this out

Date: 2/11/20
Time: 6-9pm

Twitchell Hall
Asylum Hill Congregational Church
814 Asylum Avenue
Hartford, CT 06105

Your Guides:

Karen Hinds, CEO Workplace Success
Karen Hinds is a leadership and inclusion expert. Over 20 years ago, she used her experience in building diverse talent pipelines for financial services companies to launch her company, Workplace Success Group. She is the author of 5 books has been quoted in, featured in, or written articles for The Hartford Business Journal, The CIM Toronto Manager, The Boston Globe, Black Enterprise, Family Circle, to name a few. Karen is a frequent guest on radio, television and podcasts.

Jay Morris, PhD, JD – Vice President, Learning & Education – Yale New Haven Health
Jay has worked with senior executives and front-line leaders for over 35 years in organizations such as: Yale New Haven Health, Trinity Health, Merck & Company, Ernst & Young, Computer Science Corporation and Allstate Insurance Company. His greatest joy is in helping leaders to live their best fulfilled life through coaching, mentoring, learning, being, and trusting.

Brent Robertson, Co-founder of Fathom
Brent works with leaders to design futures worth believing in™. A partner at Fathom, he champions an approach to strategic planning, leadership development, talent engagement, and market differentiation that prioritizes people and relationships over the status quo to generate valuable organizations that matter. As a result, his clients don’t simply plan their futures, they bring them and themselves to life in more powerful and satisfying ways.