This year kicks’ off with a luncheon Keynote Speaker Lisa Brouwer at 12:00 pm. There will be a break from 1:00 pm to 1:30 pm where attendees can take advantage of our Gourmet Coffee Bar and fantastic view of Casper and Casper Mountain from the Concourse Level, followed by speaker Dawn Todd from 1:30 pm to 2:15 pm and speaker Charlotte Denny Henley 2:30 pm to 3:15 pm. Closing remarks will be made from 3:15 pm to 3:30 pm by the University of Wyoming’s Maggi Murdock.
Lunch will include: Choice of Cranberry Glazed Chicken or Vegetarian Ravioli, Dinner Salad, New Potatoes, Seasonal Vegetable, Roll and Butter, New York Cheesecake or Rich Chocolate Cake and Iced Tea or Water.
Professional Development Day Ticket Prices:
• $45.00 per Person
(includes all three speakers AND lunch)
• Lunch with Keynote Speaker Only: $30.00 per Person
(does not include the second and third speakers)
• Table of 8: $315.00 per Table
(includes 8 lunches, reserved table, all speakers)
About the 2015 Luncheon Speakers
Tapping into your POWER:
5 Tactics to Living Life at Full Throttle
Have you ever been at a stoplight when a pack of Harley riders pulls up in the lane next to you? What do they do? You’re right… with a slight twist of the throttle they rev their engines. They understand the potential beneath them and no stoplight is going to keep them from tapping into that power.
But what about you? Do you understand the power and potential within you? Is there an inner rumble that you’ve been ignoring for too long? Don’t you just want to kick it into gear and experience life at full throttle?
The good news is that you can accomplish exactly that without even throwing your leg over the seat of a Harley! Ride along with Lisa as she guides you to discover the 5 tactics to tapping into your POWER and living life at full throttle!
The Art of Feminine Leadership:
Amplifying Passion, Influence and Impact
Be all you can be. Do more, be more and then it is still – not enough. Are you tired of doing it the same old way? Feeling exhausted, overwhelmed, overworked, with the joy sucked out of you?
Women have moved into the masculine way of achievement in order to fit in and to be taken seriously. Now a shift is going on — a swing back to the feminine — and the feminine energy is coming back to dominance as it reaches out for balance. You are a brilliant feminine leader and the world is waiting for YOU.
CHARLOTTE DENNY HENLEY
Think Good Thoughts to “Live a Better Life”
As the saying goes, “What you think about comes about.” Charlotte’s presentation promises to enlighten and generate an abundance of ideas on how to “Live a Better Life” by generating more positive emotions like joy, serenity, gratitude, hope and amusement. This engaging presentation will highlight groundbreaking research and stories on the benefits of positive approaches to the way we live and work.
It is no easy task to adjust negative ways of being, but Charlotte shares her personal story that will help attendees see the path to a more positive approach to life and work. With practical tips you can shed those negative emotions and build thriving relationships that can positively impact your work, family and daily life.
Maggi Murdock joined the University of Wyoming faculty in 1975 in the Department of Political Science. After two years on the UW-Laramie campus, Maggi moved to the University’s Casper campus, where she served on the UW faculty, teaching both political science and criminal justice courses, from 1977 to 2000. She was a visiting faculty member at Gustavus Adolphus College (Minnesota) in 1997. In 1990 Maggi was appointed director of the University of Wyoming at Casper, and served in that position until 2000. After serving as associate vice president for Academic Affairs and dean of the Outreach School, she is currently a professor of political science at UW-Laramie.
Maggi received her Ph.D. and M.A. degrees in political science from Tufts University and her B.A. degree in political science from Creighton University. Her research interests have included childhood political socialization, judicial retention, Native American politics, and distance education.
The 2015 Professional Development Day is sponsored by the University of Wyoming at Casper.