Programs & Services

Work/Life Integration Series

The Work/Life Integration Series recognizes that development does not stop at the office door and provides offerings that nurture both personal and professional development.

Power Lunch Series for Next Generation Leaders:

                           photo of Marcy Jance photo of Darla Lane

Marcy Jance and Darla Lane are from the Indiana University East School of Business and Economics. This dynamic series for next-generation leaders is scheduled to meet once a month at the IU East and Richmond Art Museum’s downtown Room 912 art scene. Come and eat a fabulous farm-to-table lunch, and participate in dynamic 40-minute micro-sessions supporting work/life balance.   

There is no charge for this session; it is being underwritten by the School of Business and Economics.  Registration is required; RSVP at 



Live -- Friday, April 24, 2015

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*The Power Lunch Series events are scheduled for Room 912--
  912 Main Street      Richmond IN 47374  (Downtown Richmond)


EQ and You: Creating a Personalized Emotional Intelligence Development Plan

Thursday, April 2, 2015      1:00 pm – 4:00 pm    Community Room, IU East

Presenter:  Fredricka Joyner     

Emotional Intelligence is a term that has come into popular use to describe a set of personal competencies that are closely associated with effective functioning.  Effective EQ has been tied to success in every aspect of life and the good news is that these competencies can be developed.  Participants in this session will have the opportunity to take the EQi instrument and to use their results as the starting point for charting a path to accomplishing their unique personal and professional goals.  The $100 fee for this workshop will cover the cost of the EQi instrument.

Fredricka JoynerDr. Fredricka Joyner has over three decades of business experience, providing leadership, organization, and community development consulting services to a diverse client list that  includes manufacturing and service organizations, professional practices, health and education coalitions, non-profits, government departments, and social service agencies.  Over the past five years, Joyner has provided training and consulting services related to managing across the generations.  She has also designed and delivered a four-day leadership development curriculum to almost 2000 managers in a global Fortune 500 company.  Most recently, she has been providing intensive executive coaching to high potential managers who have been tasked with expanding into international markets.

Fredricka has been with Indiana University for the past ten years and is currently an Associate Professor at the Indiana University East School of Business and Economics where she directs the IU East Center for Leadership Development and the Master's in Management program.She has won a number of awards for her teaching andis an active researcher with numerous publications. She is the lead author of Engineering as a Social Activity: Preparing Engineers to Thrive in the Changing World of Work, which was recently published in the American Journal of Engineering EducationSpring 2012 edition.

Joyner earned her Master's in Organization Management from Antioch University and her Ph.D. in Community Formation from the Union Institute.

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Unfolding into Spring

Tuesday, April 7, 2015    6:00 – 8:00 pm    

A musical evening with David Frantz and Lee Krähenbühl -- Back by Popular Demand

During this reflective session, original music compositions will be used to enable participants to see new perspectives.  Participants will have the opportunity to discover and explore the personal growth opportunities suggested by these perspectives. 

There is no charge for this session; it is being underwritten by the School of Business and Economics.  Registration is required; RSVP at  Light refreshments are included and the session is scheduled for the Community Room in Whitewater Hall.

Eventbrite - Unfolding Into Spring