Professional Development Session – Part 1
Presented by Baker Tilly Search & Staffing
Topic: Hiring Best Practices: What’s Working. What’s Not!
Hiring the right people is critical to your company and your own success. But have you really focused on what your process says about you as a company? Are you maximizing the time and efforts your company puts into the process? Join us in a discussion about hiring best practices and what is working for you, and others as well as what’s not.
- Carver Smith -
Baker Tilly Search & Staffing
Carver Smith, Partner with Baker Tilly Search & Staffing, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP, joined the firm in 2010. With an extensive background in accounting and human capital, he helps clients find and evaluate talent at all levels in the areas of accounting and finance as well as other management positions. Carver serves clients in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, financial services, professional services, insurance, retail, technology, and not-for-profit. Prior experience includes serving as the National Director of Recruiting for an international CPA firm.
- Collaborates with clients throughout the entire recruiting lifecycle, providing access to qualified candidates who meet each client’s business needs.
- Develops effective recruiting strategies, process improvements, and compensation plans on behalf of Baker Tilly Search & Staffing clients.
- Provides instruction on Behavioral Based Interviewing techniques.
- Educates and professionally speaks on recruiting and leadership topics at various events and conferences throughout the United States.
- Previously held the Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) certification and FINRA Series 7 and FINRA Series 66 licenses.
- United Performing Arts Fund, Fundraising Committee
- Children’s Hospital Foundation
- First Stage, Former Board Member
- Wisconsin Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Former Board Member
- Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Board Member
University of Wisconsin – Madison
Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting
Bachelor of Business Administration Risk Management & Insurance
Professional Development Session – Part 2
Presented by Schenck
Topic: Retention Strategies at Great Companies
Highly successful companies have strategies to retain their talented people. These strategies are part of a broader solution addressing the competition for talent in a tightening labor pool. This session covers strategies companies can use to retain and focus their people. Discussion will center on strategies linking multiple generations, the use of expectations, and provide tools for directly confronting the signs of disengaged employees.
- Thomas Schultz -
Manager, Human Resources Consulting
Thomas has more than 20 years of experience as a human resources professional. He brings a broad blend of skills in areas such as leadership coaching, employee relations, benefits, training and development, change leadership and employment law. As a senior human resources consultant, Thomas provides one-on-one guidance and counsel, along with the ability to address broader challenges. His experience includes building human resource systems and structures that match the changing needs of businesses. He is adept at leading organizational talent and development strategies that tie to tangible business needs.
Prior to joining Schenck, Thomas worked for one of the top five transportation and logistics companies in the country. Most recently, he led the revitalization of human resources and supported the president of an award-winning, family-owned manufacturing organization.
- Developed wellness programs resulting in 50% reductions in key cost metrics contributing to insurance rate increases
- Implemented a discipline of strategic planning process tied to the business mission and vision resulting in record bottom line improvement
- Successfully facilitated more than 100 alternative dispute resolution boards
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, BBA, Human Resource Management
Change Acceleration Process (CAP) Coach
PROSCI ADKAR Change Leadership Facilitation
- Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), National and Green Bay Chapters
January 19, 2016 Chapter Meeting: Instructional Method: Group-live Experience Level: Basic Prerequisites / Advance Preparation: None; Field of Study: Professional Development Session = Personal Development; Keynote Speaker Session = Personal Development ; Recommended CPE Credits: Professional Development Session = 2.0; Keynote Speaker = 1.5.
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