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    Is Your Organization Off-Beat? Join Us to Develop Your “Rock Star” team!

    Date: May 19, 2015, 11:30am – 4:00pm
    St. Croix Valley Employers Association & JA Counter
    The Orchard ~ Baldwin, WI
    $39 for JA Counter Clients & SCVEA Members, $59 for Non-Clients and/or Non-Members, $20 for students
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        Is Your Organization Off Beat? 

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    Tuesday, May 19th



    11:30 Audition

    12:00 Jam Session



    The Orchard

    571 Highway 63

    Baldwin, WI 54002


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    $39 for JA Counter Clients & SCVEA Members,

     $59 for Non-Clients and/or Non-Members, $20 for students


    HRCI Credit:

    Applied for 4 HRCI and SHRM certification credits












































































































































    Join us on May 19th to develop your rock star team!


     Mark your calendar and register today for the fourth annual St. Croix Valley Employers Association in partnership with JA Counter Spring Seminar. This year's seminar, Is your organization off beat?, will be held Tuesday, May 19th at The Orchard in Baldwin, beginning at 11:30AM.


    This is always a fun and informative event with a great turnout. We'd love to see you there!




    SCVEA Board of Directors &

    JA Counter Team Members


    - 1/2 Day Only -        
    11:30 am- 12:00 pm  "Audition"

    Registration and Lunch


    12:00 pm "Jam Session"

    Strategy & Planning Essentials for Managers ~ Steve Massey, President and CEO, Westfields Hospital and Clinic


    1:00 pm "Recording Studio"

    How to be a Manager and a Mentor / How to Coach Those Rockstars - Bernie Johnson Clark, Education Manager, Family Means


    2:00 pm "Going Platinum"

    Inspiring Ownership and Accountability within Your Team - Jerry Olson, HR Consultant, Resultants For Business


    3:00 pm "World Tour"

    Engaging People Well: How to Measure and Drive Employee Engagement from the Employee's Perspective - Rick Speckmann, Sr. Business Advisor, MRA


    4:00 pm "Backstage Passes"

    Happy Hour and Networking Event Sponsored by JA Counter


     - Featuring Live -        
    Steve Massey
    President and CEO
    Westfields Hospital and Clinic

    Steve Massey started at Westfields Hospital and Clinic as President and CEO in August of 2011 and lives in the New Richmond community.

     Steve has worked in the healthcare industry for over 14 years. Prior to joining Westfields, Steve was CFO at the Osceola Medical Center since 2009. Before that, he worked at both the Fairview and Allina Health in the Twin Cities working in hospitals in New Ulm and Princeton.

     Before entering the healthcare industry, Steve worked in the banking and consumer finance industry with positions at Norwest, Wells Fargo, and Conseco Finance.

     Steve currently sits on the New Richmond Chamber of Commerce and the New Richmond Hockey Association Boards.
     He received a bachelor's degree in Finance from Missouri State and a Masters in Healthcare Administration from the University of Minnesota.

    Steve is an avid bass fisherman and Minnesota Twins and Gophers fan. He enjoys spending time with his wife and kids. His wife is an Emergency Room RN. They have three boys ages 15, 10, and 4.

    Bernie Johnson Clark

    Education Manager

    FamilyMeans Consumer Credit Counseling Service (CCCS)


    Berni joined FamilyMeans Consumer Credit Counseling Service as the Education Manager in August of 2008. She's a National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) certified educator and is familiar with several financial literacy curriculums and money management topics.

    She's been active on the Minnesota Jump$tart Coalition's Board of Directors since 2010 and is currently serving on their Networking & April Event work groups. She also served as Board President for two years.

    She received her bachelor's degree from St. Cloud State University and completed graduate courses in Leadership at Augsburg College.

    Prior to working at FamilyMeans she was the Corporate Director of Band Member Development for six years at the Corporate Commission of the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe. She's held other jobs in career counseling and program coordination related to higher education. She enjoys helping people grow and develop.

    Jerry Olson
    HR Consultant
    Resultants For Business
    Jerry Olson has spent his career observing and practicing leadership both on leadership teams in organizations and as a business advisor and consultant to leaders. He led inside organizations in roles that included VP of HR, General Manager, and Chief Operations Officer. Jerry helps employers solve their people problems in his consulting work through Olson HR Consulting. He also helps business owners and leaders increase the value of their business and change their lives by improving and simplifying the way they operate their business through his work with Resultants for Business.
    Rick Speckmann
    SR. Business Advisor
    Rick has a diverse background from nine different industry segments and a broad spectrum of leadership and organizational development skills. Past experiences as a founder, partner, and manager honed his skills as a decisive leader, strategist, marketer, and developer of talent. An insatiable appetite for "raising the bar" of performance are among Rick's strongest traits. He can help your organization do the same.

    At MRA, we help organizations thrive by creating powerful workforces and safe, successful workplaces. That's been our goal for over 110 years. As one of the largest not-for-profit employer associations in the U.S., today we serve 4,400 employers covering 800,000 employees in the U.S. and abroad.