March 12, 2020 - Responding to Workplace Disrespect with Strength and Power Speaker: Dr. Tanya Menon 12:00pm - 2:00pm Scott Labs E125 Open to ASFW members. Panera sandwiches (with a vegetarian option), snacks and beverages will be provided
Dr. Menon is Professor at OSU's Fisher College of Business, Her research on decision making, persuasion, negotiations, diversity, culture, teams, and networks has been cited in various media outlets including NPR, the Wall Street Journal, and Boston Globe, She was the winner of the 2017 Best EMBA professor and 2013 Best Elective Award at the Ohio State University's Fisher School of Business. She wrote a book with Dr. Leigh Thompson, Stop Spending, Start Managing: Strategies to transform wasteful habits (2016, Harvard Business Review Press). Her Ted talk ( go.ted.com/tanyamenon) has reached over 1.9 Million views and was named as one of the top 7 TED talks of 2018 (so far) by entrepreneur.com, and one the most popular Ted talks of 2018 (www.ted.com/playlists/682/the_most_popular_ted_talks_of_2018).
March 27, 2020 - Coffee Chat on flexible work schedules and Ohio State's Flexible Work Policy 10:30am-11:30am College of Engineering Dean’s Conference Room--Hitchcock Hall 155
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) recognizes flexible work schedules as "an alternative to the traditional, 9-to-5, 40 hour work week." The DOL also states that company policies may require employees to be present during "core hours" with the rest of their schedule up to them. Flexible jobs and work schedules are becoming more and more prevalent in the United States, in fact, Ohio State has its own Flexible Work Policy and a Flexible Work Toolkit. Flexible work schedules can help to decrease stress, ease the burdens of childcare expenses, and help employees avoid lengthy commutes. With modern technology and employees working from home more than ever, remote work and flexible jobs are predicted to be the future, allowing people to work when, where, and how they are the most productive. Flexible work arrangements also save employers money and improve employee happiness and job satisfaction. Sound appealing? Then join us for a casual discussion on flexible work. Those who have flexible work arrangements are encouraged to attend, as well as those who are hoping to incorporate this kind of work into their life. Session led by ASFW Past President, Rachel Kaschner.
Friday, May 8, 2020 - 16th Annual Ballam Women's Symposium 8:30am - 3:00pm This year’s theme is “Innovate Inspire Influence. Keynote Speakers: Deb Ballam “Using Lessons of the Past to Influence Our Future”and Natalie Siston “Inspire Workshop” Location: Nationwide 4H Center