Exploring Core Values and Leadership Behaviors Necessary for Success
Who we are as leaders is defined by how we see ourselves, how others experience us, and what we value. In this interactive session, participants will learn about different elements of leadership and do some introspection around their actual verses ideal self. By evaluating the current state and identifying gaps, individuals can develop action plans to be more effective leaders. We will also explore personal core values as our values impact our thoughts, actions, and decisions. Participants will leave with insight into strengths and developmental needs and will also have some work done toward identifying and defining core values. About the speakers:
Dr. Kristin Tull
Over the past 20 years, Dr. Tull has ascended to the Presidency ofPRADCO. In addition to her account management and business development acumen, she has been an industry leader in the creation and validation of the assessment instruments that constitute the backbone of PRADCO’s evaluation strategy today. While building and developing her own team of management consultants, she has worked extensively with high-level executives in some of PRADCO’s largest clients. She also led PRADCO in establishing a research-based coaching program to develop female leaders. Dr. Tull earned her B.A. in
Psychology at Denison University, her M.A. in Clinical Psychology at Xavier University, and her Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology at the University of Akron. She is a Licensed Psychologist in the State of Ohio.
James Lundquist, MA
An important contributor to PRADCO’s coaching team, James Lundquist works extensively with some of the company’s largest clients to help high-potential leaders develop their skills and realize their ambitions. He has collaborated with clients to develop and deliver performance appraisal systems and established company and job-specific models to aid in identifying the behaviors necessary to perform a job successfully. James was also a key contributor in developing a research-based coaching program specifically for project managers. He earned his B.A. in Psychology from Southwestern University and his M.A. in Psychology from Sam Houston State University.
It Takes a Village to Raise a Leader
Raising a leader is not the job of one, but of many. This session explores firm leadership in a new light, presenting the road to leadership as one of shared by the company. Harvesting leadership, from internship to partnership, requires dedication from both the firm and the individual, and an alignment of their values. Succession planning is unpacked from the perspective of both Firm Owner and Emerging Professional, illustrating its deep impact on growth, culture, and legacy. About the speakers:
Jack Bialosky Jr., AIA
Jack Bialosky Jr. leads one of the Midwest’s most successful and collaborative architecture firms, Bialosky + Partners Architects. From his Cleveland office he designs and manages his firm’s most significant projects. The son of one of Cleveland’s first modern architects, in the late 80’s Jack Bialosky, Jr. assumed leadership of a firm widely known for its modern residential and religious projects. After years of experience at Kallman McKinnell & Wood Architects, Jack returned to Cleveland to initiate a 20+ years of stewardship of his father’s small local firm, Bialosky + Partners Architects. The firm is known for the quality of its designs, the diversity of its clients, the longevity of its staff, and the range of its portfolio of work.
Michael N. Schuster, FAIA, LEED AP
Michael is founder and principal of MSA Architects, a regional design firm offering award-winning services in architecture, interior design, planning, and environmental graphics. He is a recognized leader in the architecture community through his involvement with The University of Cincinnati, Miami University, Xavier University, Government Square/Metro, The Cincinnati Reds, The Houston Astros, US Bank Arena, The City of Blue Ash, Summit Park, Port Columbus Airport, CVG, Great Oaks Career Development Campuses and Northern Kentucky University among many others. Michael is the past president of the Cincinnati Chapter of the AIA, as well as the past State of Ohio AIA President. He was elevated to Fellowship in the AIA in 2009 with a focus on design. He is an Accredited LEED Professional. Under his leadership, MSA has received over 80 local, state and regional design awards.
The Tools of Leadership: Perspectives for Varied Applications
A premiere panel of leaders discuss the nurturing of leadership tools and characteristic that we already possess. About the speakers:
Panel Moderator, Jud Kline, FAIA, NCARB, LEED AP
Jud is an active team member of the AIA Center for Civic Leadership, supporting the overall planning team of the AIA Leadership Institute, and the redevelopment of the resource Living Your Life As A Leader. After retiring as Sr. Director and Partner of Herschman Architects, Inc., a retail and shopping center, design firm, where practiced from 1976 to 2013., Just established CIVITAD Services, LLC, a consultancy supporting the work of Community Economic Directors. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and served as Ohio 2012 President, Cleveland 2001 President, AIA 150 Cleveland Champion and the AIA’s National Diversity Council (DivCo) and Chairs the AIA’s TEACH Schools community.
Panelists, Dr. Fred Collopy
Dr. Fred Collopy is the Vice Dean & Professor of Design and Information at the Weatherhead School of Management. Dr. Fred Collopy received his PhD in decision sciences from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. he have done extensive research in forecasting, objective setting in organizations, time perception and visual programming. His research has been published in leading academic and practitioner journals including Management Science, the Journal of Marketing Research, the International Journal of Forecasting, the Journal of Forecasting, Chief Executive, and Interfaces. Currently, Dr. Collopy studies the design process and use these insights to design information tools for managers, and also conducts research in the areas of design and learning to pinpoint skills needed for leadership.
Panelists, Douglas L. Steidl, FAIA
Doug is the Dean of the College of Architecture and Environmental Design at Kent State University. Steidl was a founding partner of Braun & Steidl Architects in Akron, Ohio, a position he held from 1983 to 2007, where he was responsible for design and business management of a 50-person firm specializing in educational, religious, recreational and hospitality projects. In 2009, he was president of the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB). He held the position of president of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) in 2005, and also served as president of AIA Ohio in 1995 and AIA Akron in 1989. From 2008 until 2011, Doug served as Co-Director and Secretary of the Union of International Architects Professional Practice Commission.”
Panelists, Ohio State Senator Christopher Widener, FAIA
An architect and past AIA Ohio president, Chris Widener now serves as the highest ranking AIA architect in political office in the State of Ohio. A graduate of the University of Cincinati, Chris has previously served as State Representative in 1999-2000, and 2003-2008. Widener has served as the Chairman of the Energy & Public Utilities Committee in the 128th General Assembly, as well as the Chairman of the Senate Finance and Financial Institutions Committee in the 129th General Assembly.
Panelists, Robert P. Madison, FAIA
Robert Madison's long career as an architect has been distinguished not only by the important buildings he has designed, but by the role he has played as a mentor and nurturer of talent and opportunities for others. Since Robert P. Madison International was founded in the mid-1950s, it has trained some 190 African-American architects and engineers, many of whom have gone on to do distinguished work. The first African-American graduate in architecture in Ohio, Madison himself embarked on the profession at a time when far fewer opportunities existed, and has successfully built his practice, having a hand in practically every major downtown Cleveland building project in the 1990s—from Cleveland Browns Stadium and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum to the Louis Stokes Wing of the Cleveland Public Library.
Creating Your Personal Leadership Plan
This workshop will engage participants in an interactive format, to develop their own Personal Leadership Plan, while sharing best practices that will empower. About the speakers:
Eric O. Pempus, AIA, LEED GA
Eric is a risk manager at Oswald Companies with over 35 years of experience in architecture, law and the construction industry. He is a licensed architect in Ohio, California and North Carolina, and an attorney in Ohio. He is responsible for managing clients with risk management, contract review services and clients’ continuing education programs. Prior to Oswald, Eric served for 20 years as General Counsel/Vice President Specifications for a large A/E/CM firm, and prior to that at SOM, Los Angeles. He has a B.A. from Miami University, Ohio; Masters of Science in Architecture from the University of Cincinnati; and a Juris Doctorate from Southwestern University School of Law, Los Angeles.
Hannah M. Pempus
Hannah Pempus holds a Master of Architecture degree with a Specialization in Urban Architecture and Urban Design from the University of Oregon. While earning her bachelor of architecture degree at Miami University, Hannah focused her studies on global perspectives on sustainability and completed design studios in London, England and Florence, Italy. She was AIAS President in undergraduate school. Currently living in Portland, Oregon, working at GBJ Architecture, her passions lie in positively impacting the built environment through community engagement. Through her volunteer work with Better Block PDX and Depave she contributes to the small-scale tangible improvements of both public and private urban spaces.