Quantum Leadership - What Got You Here, Won't Get You There

According to F. Scott Fitzgerald, the test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function. However, for most of us, breaking free from the assumed certainty of what we believe is nothing short of terrifying. To let go of what we think we know for certain and reach for different ideas or beliefs that could shatter some or all of our assumptions is not our natural inclination. Rather, we tend to dig in deeper over our lives, becoming ever more comfortable in "knowing what we know."

If you have any plans of becoming an effective leader, you must learn how to let go of the comfort of certainty and instead, learn to flow between "what is" and "what could be." Join our presenter, Wayne Whitzell, as he weaves together Quantum Physics and leadership into this impactful and very personal presentation. Whether you are a seasoned leader or a young professional interested in becoming a leader, Wayne's approach will have deep philosophical implications personally and professionally for would be leaders. However, as with all of Wayne's presentations, he will provide practical tools and actions you can use to take you from "here" to "there" with a presentation style that makes these complex concepts understandable and useful.

Learning Outcomes:
1. Learn how the discoveries of Quantum Physics can open up a world of leadership possibilities to us
2. Learn to recognize and neutralize perception limiting behaviors in yourself and your team to increase innovation and employee engagement
3. Learn the behaviors of compassionate leadership through the power of vulnerability and transparency
4. Learn to use paradigms and tribalism to your advantage

wayne_whitzell.jpgSpeaker: Wayne Whitzell
Wayne Whitzell, LEED®AP, BEP, GBO Wayne Whitzell has been an active member in IFMA since 2000. He is IFMA's 2018 International Distinguished Member of the Year. In 2015, he was selected as IFMA's Associate of the Year at IFMA's World Workplace in Denver and was selected as IFMA's Distinguished Author of the Year in 2016.

He is the current Programs chair for IFMA's Corporate Facilities Council and the Past President of IFMA East Bay. Over the years, he has held various chapter positions such as Sustainability Committee Chair, Website Chair, and Sacramento Valley Chapter Vice President. He has been to thirteen World Workplace conferences and has presented at several IFMA chapter and council events and Facility Fusion.

He supports the IFMA Foundation initiatives by routinely speaking at local schools and colleges about a career in FM. Wayne holds credentials as a LEED®AP, Business Energy Professional (BEP), and is a certified Green Business Operator (GBO). Wayne has spoken at IFMA chapters and councils across the United States. But, life isn't "all work and no play" for Wayne. On weekends he can be heard in Northern California theaters and clubs leading the acclaimed Neil Young & Crazy Horse Tribute band, Tribe of The Red Horse. Wayne is the Executive Vice President for DFS Green, a company which specializes in cleaning carpets, fabrics, tile & grout, and natural stone across the United States.

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IFMA SAC NEWS

IFMA Sacramento is pleased to announce we were awarded the 2018 Small Chapter of the Year Award of Excellence by IFMA International this past week at the IFMA World Workplace Annual Conference and Expo in Charlotte, North Carolina at the Charlotte Convention Center on Friday, October 5th, 2018. IFMA's World Workplace Conference and Expo is the most respected event for facility management and related professions in the USA and Internationally. This award was given to the Sacramento Valley Chapter for outstanding contributions to the facility management profession and the development of IFMA.

The Sacramento Valley Chapter of IFMA International’s first all-female board is headed by President: Trena Ellis, Director of Facilities, with PowerSchool Inc.; Vice President: Diane Viodes, Account Manager, with Restoration Management Company; Treasurer: Amber Stewart, Southwest Regional Facilities Manager, with Conduent, Inc.; Secretary: Melanie Uhrenholt, Account Manager, with BELFOR Property Restoration, Inc.; and Immediate Past President: Kimberly Ayers, Regional Sales Director with AQUIS Solutions.

This award was received because of the outstanding efforts the Sacramento Valley Chapter to implemented and provide IFMA educational programs and credentialing training, support and outreach to young facility management professionals, continued successful membership retention, and sponsor awareness and promotion throughout the local Sacramento Valley Region facility management market.

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Mar, 2019
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Quantum Leadership - What Got You Here, Won't Get You There

Mar 20th 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Apr, 2019
17

Joint Program with AFE Sacramento

Apr 17th 11:30 pm - 1:00 pm

May, 2019
09

GOLF Tournament

May 09th 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

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Monthly Luncheon and Officer Installation

Jul 17th 11:30 am - 1:00 pm