You go to an amazing conference or read an eye-opening article. As a result, you’re full of ideas and excitement…until the whirlwind of everyday responsibilities sweeps away your vision for a new initiative.
This seminar is designed to help you step out of the whirlwind and position yourself to start something new. We’ll discuss the key elements of implementing your idea, whether big or small, within your firm:
As part of the seminar, you’ll have the opportunity to create an initial work plan for your great idea, identifying goals, potential roadblocks, and immediate next steps.
1. Identify the characteristics that make a potential project viable and meaningful for your firm.
2. Describe how and why to gain leadership buy-in.
3. Discuss how implementing new initiatives can create potential for leadership and growth opportunities.
4. Begin an implementation plan for an initiative you would like to complete in the next year.
Speaker - Jennifer Wahl, Director of Business Development (Karpinski Engineering)
Jennifer Wahl cultivates Karpinski Engineering’s doer-seller culture. She works with the KE team to pursue opportunities for client development and thought leadership.
Jennifer understands how to get things done and advance in the workplace. Her 20 years in the industry encompass marketing for all three letters of A/E/C – architecture, engineering, and construction. She has worked as a one-woman department cranking out proposals, led a marketing team to deepen their contributions to the firm, and served as an internal business advisor to ownership.
She is a founding member of the SMPS Northeast Ohio Chapter, where she currently serves as a Board Member At-Large and the Mentorship Committee Chairman.