Joanna Weaver and Michelle Callaway of Creative Financial Staffing join us to share their lessons learned in the current financial market and discuss, Accounting & Finance Recruitment in 2022: Navigating challenges and opportunities in a candidate driven market. What lessons can be learned?
Joanna is an accomplished CPA and Michelle is a successful financial analyst and both use their extensive finance experience to problem solve in recruiting.
Join us LIVE online or in Atlanta for this breakfast speaker series.
June 9, 2022
8am - 9:30am EST (8-8:30 - Netweaving, 8:30-9:30 - Presentation)
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Tino Mantella discusses the pros, cons, and challenges of hybrid and remote work.
Tino is a leader and innovator and has been the President and CEO of The Turknett Leadership Group since 2018 and has over 30 years of experience leading some of the nation’s largest and most distinguished not-for-profit organizations including the YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago, the National Arthritis Foundation, and the Technology Association of Georgia. He helped The Technology Association of Georgia grow from less than 500 members when he started to over 36,000.
This talk was live on May 12, 2022 in Atlanta at a monthly talk at CEO Netweavers, a pay it forward focused organization of executives who hold the title: CEO, CMO, CTO, COO, VP, President, Executive Director, Partner or Owner.
Monthly Speaker Series
The Connection Disconnect: The Future Of Remote Work
Pros, Cons and Challenges
Thurs, May 12 at 7:30 AM
Tino Mantella became the President and CEO of The Turknett Group in 2018 and he has over 30 years of experience leading some of the nation’s largest and most distinguished not-for-profit organizations including the YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago, the National Arthritis Foundation, and the Technology Association of Georgia. He helped The Technology Association of Georgia grow from less than 500 members when he started to over 36,000.
Through Turknett, he supports CEOs and their teams in building accountable and engaged cultures.
He supervised a team of over 4,500 employees during his years at the Chicago Y and they had programs that ranged from gang intervention to foster care to providing housing. The YMCA and Mantella, during his tenure, were one of the first not-for-profits ever recognized with the prestigious George Land award for Innovation. At the Arthritis Foundation, during Mantella’s tenure, the organization distributed over $50 million dollars to help find cures for debilitating diseases.
Leader, innovator and versatile are three descriptors that collectively provide a framework for Tino’s accomplished career. Join us live or online for a compelling presentation.
Spring Happy Hour
The Capital Grille, Perimeter
Wed, Aug 17 at 9 AM
Join us as we celebrate the season. We will discuss upcoming mentoring and volunteer opportunities as well as connecting with each other. This event is complementary for members and guests (It includes one drink and light apps). Please Register.
For 2022 the Houston Chapter of CEO Netweavers planned to expand our outreach and establish a relationship to support the University of Houston - Downtown Campus and their MBA students - the largest MBA program in the State. Most students are first generation college students without a deep support network. On April 21st, volunteers from the Chapter participated in a Meet-The-Industry event where students interacted with executives representing various professional disciplines to talk about the "real world" of the job, success factors, career paths and other issues to help guide educational and career decisions. It was a successful program that we intend to continue and build on.
Maxine Todd, Assistant Director of the Career Center, sent the following note to our participants. "Thank you for taking the time out of your extremely busy schedule to speak with our students at our Meet the Industry event on April 21st. Students appreciated you imparting the skills and mindset it takes to succeed in the business world and they gained valuable insight into your company and career. We hope it was a positive experience for you as well. Based on the feedback from students received, the information you shared was valuable and very enlightening. Again, my sincere thanks for supporting this important career development event. I hope that I can call on you again in the future."
Jason Jones shared best practices, checklists and key strategies for companies who are creating effective hybrid workplaces. This was presented live in April of 2022 in Atlanta, GA.
Jason brings lessons learned during his military career, his solo trip around the world and his extensive professional experience to help companies.
He helps people navigate all of the critical requirements of a balanced hybrid work strategy including human resources, operations, technology, compliance, finance and real estate and help companies select and implement technology such as unified communications, internet, call center, cybersecurity, and cloud computing with Cresa Hybrid Workforce Services and Cresa Business Technology Sourcing.
Jason works with businesses to select and implement the cutting edge solutions that support their specific business needs and ensures coordination between the real estate and IT departments, especially when relocating.
Businesses then cut costs, accelerate performance, improve talent attraction/retention, and maximize financial results