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Fridays@4 is a CAE Approved Provider!

Look below for the CAE Approved logo on our qualifying programs. You will receive up to 1.0 credit toward your CAE application and re-certification when you register and attend our CAE Approved Sessions! 

(Every program that we offer which qualifies for CAE credit will clearly identify the number of CAE credits granted for full participation, and we will maintain records of your participation in accord with CAE policies. For more information about the CAE credential or Approved Provider program, please visit www.asaecenter.org/cae.)


Recordings of select past events can be accessed in the Events Archive (members only).

Upcoming events

    • Saturday, June 05, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • Saturday, June 26, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 4 sessions
    • Virtual
    • 3
    Registration is closed

    Exclusive Opportunity for Fridays@4 Members

    Are you interested in taking your career to the next level? Or have you ever wondered about trying career coaching but didn’t know where to start? Fridays@4 has the solution for you – a new small-group coaching series being held on Saturday mornings in June, exclusively for Fridays@4 members. 

    Sponsored by ASAE’s Association CareerHQ, C-Suite Saturdays will take shape as a series of focused conversations on topics relevant to those looking to gain a competitive advantage in their career advancement. 

    Session topics will include:

    • How to create and use strategic frameworks
    • How to think more strategically and communicate strategic elements
    • How to optimize your LinkedIn profile
    • How to network virtually to boost the visibility of your personal brand

    By the close of the series, youll be well on your way to strengthening your leadership skills, developing your executive presence and polishing your personal brand.

    Participants will not only receive session handouts, but also earn HRCI and CAE recertification credits and a certificate of completion. However, to protect the privacy of participants, the sessions will not be recorded.

    C-Suite Saturdays is being offered exclusively to Fridays@4 members for a total cost of $147 for all four workshops. The 90-minute sessions will be held 9:30-11 a.m. on the following Saturdays: June 5, 12, 19 and 26.

    Limited space is available, so act now to take advantage of this special member offering! Registration and payment are required in advance.

    Facilitator: Pam Green, SPHR, PCC, ICC
    President, Pamela J. Green Solutions, LLC

    Fridays@4’s C Suite Saturdays series will be led by certified coach and author Pamela J. Green. As the president of Pamela J. Green Solutions, LLC, Green helps leaders achieve meaningful outcomes and avoid strategic drift. As a leadership accelerator, she excels at equipping executives and organizations to cultivate executive advantage. She does this by helping to effectively execute presence, train leaders on intention and provide sustainable organizational impact.

    Green’s latest book is titled Think Like A Brand: A 7-Step Strategic Brand Plan to Increase Your Career Satisfaction and Success. She earned a BS and MBA from Franklin University in Columbus, OH. She also holds certifications as an Internal Conflict Coach (ICC), an SPHR from the Human Resource Certification Institute and a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) from the International Coach Federation. 


    This series is approved for CAE credit by ASAE.

    • Friday, June 25, 2021
    • 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom Meeting
    Register

    The paradox of potential is that having “high potential” doesn’t mean performing at maximum capability. Oftentimes, professionals may believe theyre doing all they can to perform at the highest level, but inevitably, some of those people will be frustrated, because theyre coming up short on meeting their own personal expectations – and not reaching their full potential in the eyes of others. 

    This interactive presentation will get to the heart of how people can accomplish more and enjoy their work, and how leaders can help their teams succeed. Youll learn new possibilities for goal setting, teamwork, successful human engagement, cross-selling and other skills to help you reach your highest potential.

    During this session, you’ll also:

    • Learn the reasons why people say theyre missing their potential.
    • Learn how to make the switch from “wishing” to “doing.”
    • Gain clarity about plans, purpose and people, and how they relate to your success.
    • Discover the biggest limiting beliefs and how to circumvent them.
    • Learn how to lead your team over the gap between potential and results.


    Speaker: Thom Singer, CSP

    Singer is an executive search consultant and a professional speaker on the topic of human connection and trust. He earned his Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) credential in 2014 and is committed to the business of meetings. 

    He is the author of 12 books and the host of five podcasts: Making Waves at C-Level, The Digital Enterprise Society Podcast, Speakernomics, The Sales Tech Podcast and The Webinar Talk Show. On his shows, he has interviewed over 1,000 business leaders with a focus on discovering how the most successful people are better able to bridge the gap between potential and results.

    • Friday, July 09, 2021
    • 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom Meeting
    Register

    Its no longer enough for leaders to have just IQ and EQ. These days, successful leaders must also have political intelligence (PQ). In this session, well discuss what would change if you managed workplace politics with a new PQ mindset, and how to approach workplace challenges with a how do I want to play this? approach.

    This interactive session will also cover:

    • The six behaviors that chip away at organizations and how to address them
    • The play-to-win strategy to strengthen your PQ muscle

    SpeakerKathleen Zwarick Shanley, PhD, CAE, ACC, ELI-MP

    Shanley been a C-suite executive for more than 25 years in the health policy and public relations fields. She currently serves as the executive vice president for the American Urological Association (AUA) and trains and mentors rising leaders in the AUA’s Building Leadership Business Capabilities program. She partners with corporations and nonprofit organizations from Washington, DC to California to build effective teams and provide leaders with tools that foster consistent, sustainable change and a play-to-win culture.

    Shanley is IPEC-certified as a professional coach and an Energy Leadership Index Master Practitioner; an ICF-credentialed associate coach; and an ASAE certified association executive. She serves as a career coach for ASAEs Association CareerHQ and as a member of the American Association of Medical Society Executives Board of Directors

    • Friday, July 16, 2021
    • 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom Meeting
    Register

    You know that one of the most valuable takeaways from any conference is the new relationships and contacts made through networking, especially when that conference is the ASAE Annual Meeting, the association industry’s signature, must-attend event. However, the prospect of effectively networking at a conference as big and chockfull of options as an annual meeting can be overwhelming.

    The good news: we’re here to help. Join speakers Jennifer Baker, MSW, CAE and Cortney Whitlow, both members of ASAE staff, to learn how to make the most of the 2021 ASAE Annual Meeting.

    During this session, you'll gain practical tips and tactics for planning an effective networking strategy and using the ASAE Annual Meeting to advance your career.

    Speakers: Jennifer Baker, MSW, CAE and Cortney Whitlow 

    Jennifer Baker, MSW, CAE is a Senior Director with ASAE Business Services, Inc (ABSI), the wholly owned for profit subsidiary of ASAE. As part of her responsibilities, she oversees Association CareerHQ – the career center for professionals who staff, manage, and lead associations. She is experienced in providing career management support for association professionals and is versed in the career and talent management trends, opportunities, and challenges in the association sector. Jennifer received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Virginia and her Masters in Social Work from Virginia Commonwealth University. She earned her CAE in 2005.


    Cortney Whitlow is an event-planning enthusiast with a commitment to producing memorable event experiences and dedication to providing exemplary customer service. As the Manager, Meeting Registration and Industry Partner Engagement at ASAE, Cortney is tasked with managing registration processes for several signature programs (500 or less attendees) and conferences (500 - 6000 attendees). In addition, she is tasked with organizing exhibit and sponsorship sales efforts as well as creating unique strategies and innovative tactics to increase industry partner involvement and enhance engagement with ASAE programs.

Recordings of select past events can be accessed in the Events Archive (members only).


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