MSED Professional Development REINVENTED
Featuring Paul Artale with
"The Two Year Old's Guide to Work-Life Balance"
23839 John R. Rd. #2
Hazel Park, MI.
Monday, October 1, 2018
8:00 am - 11:30 am
Oh, to be a kid again! How many times have you thought that to yourself? Now, think of it with purpose as you learn the key to work-life balance through a child’s eyes!
Join MSED for an unexpected professional development workshop featuring Paul Artale and his new book “The Two Year Old’s Guide to Work-Life Balance”. We’ve reinvented professional development as you know it! Your morning begins with a light breakfast from Chef Rebecca LaMalfa’s frame kitchen. Then dive into the meat of the event as Paul Artale coaches you through a workshop on work-life balance. Enjoy meeting Paul and getting a hot-off-the-presses copy of his new book! And, finally, enjoy a demonstration and some mouth-watering samples from Detroit’s own Guilt Chocolates.
It's a morning you don't want to miss!
*Limited seating available.
Sponsor Opportunities:Promote your company and let it SHINE!
Guilt Chocolates Sponsor: $500 includes logo on website/social media plus 2 workshop participantsBreakfast Sponsor: $1500 includes logo on website/social media plus 4 workshop participants
Sponsors may also bring up to 1 pop-up banner and give-away promotional items/print outs to event.
8:00 am: Registration
8:30 am: Breakfast prepared by Chef Rebecca LaMalfa
9:00 am: Paul Artale Work-Life Balance Workshop
11:00 am: Guilt Chocolates Demo & Tasting, along with Paul Artale Book Signing
11:30 am: Wrap up
About the Speaker:
Paul Artale is a work-life and motivational speaker based out of Swartz Creek, Michigan.
As a keynote presenter, he speaks for organizations that want to light a fire in people on how to perform at their peak and create a healthy balance between work and home. As a career coach, Paul works one on one with people who want to discover what makes them tick and live a life worth living.
In fact, he wrote the book, The Two-Year Old’s Guide to Work-Life Balance. Presentation attendees share that they are more focused on what matters, inspired to reach for more, and implement ideas that are practical and immediately accessible.
On a personal note, Paul played defensive end for the University of Toronto and off the platform coaches include his wife Sherri, son Alessio, and daughter Sofia.
For more information visit www.paulartale.com
Please join us for a light breakfast from Chef Rebecca LaMalfa's frame kitchen. www.framehazelpark.com
frame parking:23839 John R Rd, Hazel Park, MI, 48030 (directly behind joebar). Click HERE for google maps directions. We're on the west side of John R, between Hamata Ave & Chestnut St.
Note: Please enter via joebar's main entrance, and let the host know you've arrived for frame.
About Parking:You may legally park on Hamata Ave or Chestnut St. or behind joebar. We also have two cityparking lots: one just off of Chestnut St, west of the alley behind Gold Medal Sports/Mabel Gray and second a parking lot across John R, next to the dormant CVS building. The city of Hazel Park has kindly installed a crosswalk to get you to/from safely.
Alternatively, we have reserved spots for you at the lot attached at The Hopcroft Funeral Home. 23919 John R Rd.
MSED Event Cancellation Policy: Cancellations will be accepted until 5pm on Monday, September 24th. Cancellations received by this date will be refunded less a 10% administrative fee, with a minimum charge of $5. Refunds cannot be issued for cancellations received after this date; however, substitutions for another person to attend in your place are gladly accepted.
The Rise of MaaS: Mobility as a Service
A Conversation with Detroit's Transportation Leaders and Visionaries
Join MSED on October 8, 2018, as we help kick off Mobility Week Detroit (MWD) with a strolling dinner and insight from a panel of Detroit visionary transportation leaders as they address the rise of Mobility as a Service (MaaS). Glenn Stevens, executive director of MICHauto, and vice president of automotive and mobility initiatives for the Detroit Regional Chamber, will moderate the panel consisting of:
As new concepts in mobility reshape our environment, panelists will discuss how new innovations are being developed for the realities of today’s markets with vision, technological advances and new regulatory frameworks that can adapt to the mobility needs of tomorrow. In addition, attendees will hear how innovative communication and market strategies will be crucial to the success of new mobility solutions, and why our region is positioned to be a leader in this space.
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear about the future of MaaS in the region directly from the people that are creating it.
Detroit Regional Chamber,
One Woodward Ave. Fleetwood Room, 19th floor
Detroit MI, 48226
Special thank you to our event host
MSED Event Cancellation Policy: Cancellations will be accepted until 5pm on Monday, October 1st. Cancellations received by this date will be refunded less a 10% administrative fee, with a minimum charge of $5. Refunds cannot be issued for cancellations received after this date; however, substitutions for another person to attend in your place are gladly accepted.
Rod Alberts came to the Motor City 24 years ago where he was soon named executive director of the Detroit Auto Dealers Association (DADA) and the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS). As head of the DADA, Alberts represents more than 200 domestic and import new car and truck dealers in Southeast Michigan. He is the voice of dealer business interests at the state and federal levels, and he creates and oversees communications, community relations, and educational and charitable activities for the dealer group. Alberts serves another, equally important, role as executive director of the North American International Auto Show, one of the top five motor shows in the world. He manages all aspects of the global show, including countless worldwide and North American vehicle introductions, more than 5,000 international media from over 60 countries and over three-quarters of a million visitors in overall attendance annually. The show’s Charity Preview event is renowned as one of the largest fundraising events of its kind in the world, raising over $47 million in the last 10 years alone. Additionally, the auto show brings an estimated $350 million to the local economies of Southeast Michigan each year. A native of Missouri and a graduate of the University of Missouri, Alberts held previous leadership positions with auto dealer associations in Arkansas and California. Today, Alberts serves on a number of automotive and community boards and committees, and has been recognized by many local organizations for his service to the auto industry and his commitment to the community.
Community Involvement and Honors
Executive Committee Metro Detroit Visitors and Convention Bureau
Board of Directors Motor Cities Automobile National Heritage Area
Board of Directors The Parade Company
Steering Committee the Harold E. LeMay Museum, Tacoma Washington
Detroit Regional Chamber’s Mackinac Policy Conference Committee
Chairman of the Board of Directors Automotive Hall of Fame in Dearborn 2004
President Automotive Trade Association Executives (ATAE) 2002
1995 – Crain’s Detroit Business, “Metro Detroit’s Brightest and Best Under 40”
2008 – Inducted into the Macomb County Hall of Fame
2010 – Detroit Regional Chambers “Moving Forward” Award
2010 – Judson Center “Great Ambassador” Award
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