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NO ROTARY MEETING
12/23/14 12:00 PM

Tuesday Speakers Register

Happy Holidays!

NO ROTARY MEETING
12/30/14 12:00 PM

Tuesday Speakers Register

Happy Holidays!

Peter Feigin - Milwaukee Bucks
01/06/15 12:00 PM

Tuesday Speakers Register

Memorial Hall

This joint meeting with the Milwaukee Press Club features new Milwaukee Bucks president Peter Feigin, who will be interviewed by a panel of Milwaukee journalists.

Joe Sweeney - Changing Human Behavior
01/13/15 12:00 PM

Tuesday Speakers Register

Memorial Hall

Master networker Joe Sweeney has delivered hundreds of keynotes since the release of his New York Times best-selling book, Networking Is a Contact Sport. He heard a consistent refrain from CEOs, vice presidents, business people, and college graduates following his presentations: “Can you help move the needle at our company and improve performance on a consistent basis?” Joe’s latest book, Moving the Needle: Get Clear, Get Free and Get Going in Your Business, Career and Life, is about changing human behavior. Joe will deliver some lessons from Moving the Needle designed to help define goals, focus efforts, and give you tools that will help you get clear, get free and get going in your professional and personal life.

Paul Brophy - Improving Milwaukee
01/20/15 12:00 PM

Tuesday Speakers Register

Memorial Hall

Paul C. Brophy, a city planning consultant who specializes in older industrial cities, has been working with city government, M7, and a consortium of foundations on economic growth strategies for the city and metro area and on ways of improving Milwaukee's neighborhoods.  One result of the work is that Mr. Brophy is bullish on the future of Milwaukee, despite the many challenges we face.  Mr. Brophy will present his views on Milwaukee from his national vantage point.

Doug Hagerman - Authentic Conversations About Ethics in the Workplace
01/27/15 12:00 PM

Tuesday Speakers Register

Memorial Hall

Doug Hagerman, senior vice president, general counsel and secretary at Rockwell Automation, will talk about having authentic conversations about ethics in the workplace. When ethics and integrity become part of your culture, they are a differentiator and a competitive advantage.  Authentic conversations about ethics leave no room for doubt that the company and its leaders are serious about doing what is right.  To do this, make it personal, make it relevant, and make it a team sport.  Your organization will then be well on its way to creating a culture of integrity. Rockwell Automation has been named six times as “One of the World’s Most Ethical Companies” by the Ethisphere Institute.     In 2012, the national Better Business Bureau gave their highest honor -- The International Torch Award – to Rockwell Automation for advancing trust and integrity in the marketplace.