Practice Areas: ALL
Career Level: CEOs, Aspiring CEOs, Decision Makers & Rising Stars
CAE Credit Hours: 1.5 hours
Location: Association Forum, 10 S. Riverside Plaza, Suite 800, Chicago, IL 60606
Lunch: Please bring your lunch!
Since its inception in 2011, the primary goal of the Women’s Executive Forum has been simple: to bring together the Chicagoland association industry’s brightest current and future women leaders to learn from and connect with one another. The program’s format is designed to allow CEOs and executive directors the opportunity to candidly discuss specific challenges they face and then share with and learn from their future leaders.
In 2015, we introduced Conversation Circles, open-forum discussions intended to continue the conversations that were started at Women’s Executive Forum and dive deeper into surrounding key topics.
The Association Forum’s Conversation Circles have been very popular as an open-forum for discussions
intended to continue the conversations that were started at Women’s Executive Forum and dive deeper into surrounding key topics.
About The Session:
Back by popular demand, please join us for a lively interactive session where you will discover the value of Grit to accomplish your long term goals.
- You will learn about your own Grit level
- How your Grit
impacts your passions and perseverance.
- How identifying and
applying the Grit in yourself will help you accomplish your long term business
and personal goals.
We hope you will join this exciting
conversation to learn more about the 5
personality characteristics that will help further identify, develop and
measure your grittiness!
About The Speaker:
Marilyn Jansen, Executive Director, Business Development with Association Management Center
(AMC) After a successful career in both corporate America and as an entrepreneur, Marilyn joined AMC in 2006 where she has brought her organizational and business development expertise in delivering products and
services. In her role, she works closely with volunteer boards that are searching for business solutions that are cost
effective and will bring their organization to the next level. Marilyn is an excellent listener and comes up with strategies to move goals forward and has the ability to create just the right team to deliver effective results. She also serves as the Executive Director of the Midwest Pain Society.
Marilyn is very involved at AMC Institute, ASAE and the Association Forum serving as a leader on many committees and task Force. Marilyn has presented sessions at Association Forum’s Annual Meeting, ASAE Great Ideas, ASAE Annual Meeting, at the AMC Institute’s Annual Meeting and AMC’s Engage! program. Presentations and public speaking are a regular part of Marilyn’s role and she is very effective presenting solutions to volunteers and boards. In 2013 she received the John C. Thiel Award for distinguished service from the Association Forum. Marilyn holds a BS in Communication and Business Administration.
During this circle, Marilyn Jansen will lead the participants through a compelling conversation on "GRIT!"
This session is proudly sponsored by:
Note: This program is not endorsed, accredited, or affiliated with ASAE or the CAE program. Applicants may use any program that meets eligibility requirements in the specific timeframe towards the exam application or renewal. There are no specific individual courses required as part of the applications – selection of eligible education is up to the applicant based on his/her needs.