Mar 12, 2018
New York NY, USA
Hosted by J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.
Partner companies may send 6 participants from all parts of the organization (not just HR).
Partner business schools may send 1 participant
Today’s leaders need to demonstrate both vertical and horizontal depth- they must lead their businesses, functions, projects and geographies while also behaving with the broader enterprise in mind. As such, these “next-gen leaders” must possess the skillsets of a business leader and the “mindset” of an enterprise leader. During this day-long session we will explore the skillsets and mindsets of the enterprise leader and look at examples of excellence in practice in developing your next generation of enterprise leaders.
- Understand what it takes to develop a cadre of enterprise leaders.
- Come away with an in-depth understanding of the skillsets and mindsets of next-gen leaders.
- Discover how your organization can create a culture of collaboration among its senior leadership team.
- Understand the importance of building an authentic and energizing culture.
- Understand what it takes to make their companies world-class talent factories.
Who Should Attend
Partner companies may send 6 participants from all parts of the organization (not just HR). Partner business schools may send 1 participant
Senior Vice President, HR at Infor
Ms. Benedict, SVP Human Resources, has global responsibility for ensuring that Infor, the world’s third largest software company, is able to attract, select and manage the talent required for the business and its customers. Ms. Benedict leads the human resources function for 16,000 employees in over 120 offices.
Ms. Benedict has over 20 years of global human resources experience, including 10 years of consulting at Mercer, organizational development roles at Disney-ABC, as well as 9 years of talent management and HR responsibilities in marketing services at Interpublic Group. Her breadth of experience across HR disciplines – such as recruiting, talent management, operations and compensation – brings a holistic approach to managing talent.
Ms. Benedict graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor’s Degree in Science from McGill University and holds a Master’s Degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of Waterloo.
Ms. Benedict sits on the McGill Alumni Association Board and is also co-chairperson of a non-profit organization focused on career preparation for youth in New York called Futures and Options.
Head of Leadership Development, JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Inger Buus is the global Head of Leadership Development at JPMorgan Chase & Co. responsible for the design and delivery of Leadership Edge programs, internal faculty, communication and partnership with HR colleagues and senior leaders.
Prior to joining JPMorgan Chase, Inger headed up the global Senior Leadership Development team at Royal Dutch Shell. These corporate roles build on her consulting career at Mannaz, a specialist executive development consultancy, where she was EVP with P&L responsibility for the leadership development in Europe, having grown this practice from an entrepreneurial startup to an international consultancy. Inger started her career in Operations Management at Rank Xerox UK. She has worked with global leaders at all levels and across many industries and lived in the U.S., Denmark, France and the U.K. She has expertise in leadership and management development, strategic off-sites and top team workshops, executive development and executive coaching.
Inger holds an MA in French from Copenhagen Business School and an MBA from Cranfield School of Management, UK. She is on the Advisory Council of QUEST, an organization which focuses on the development of early career women, and she is a regular speaker at leadership and learning conferences.
Inger is a Danish national who lives in New York City with her husband. Their two sons study in the U.K. Inger enjoys traveling and outdoor pursuits, is a marathon and half-marathon runner and has recently taken up yoga.
Head of Talent Management, Hess Corporation
Angela Croghan leads the Talent Management practice for Hess Corporation, where she has worked for fifteen years. Prior to taking over Talent Management, Angela held various leadership roles within Human Resources. Her experience includes Leadership Development, Learning & Organizational Effectiveness, Mergers & Acquisitions, Talent Acquisition and HR Business Partnering. Prior to Hess, Angela worked for HSBC Bank for five years. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech and Public Communication from Brooklyn College and a Master of Science degree in Human Resource Management from Robert J. Milano Graduate School, New School University in New York City. She earned a certificate in Human Resource Studies from Cornell. Angela relocated to Houston, Texas 7 years ago where she lives with her husband and three sons. She enjoys running and has recently completed the Chevron Houston Marathon in January 2017.
Chief People Officer, PwC
Mike Fenlon leads the people strategy and organization for PwC US, part of a network with over 200,000 people in 158 countries. He is an experienced global leader in strategy, leadership development, learning, innovation, culture, and performance.
Fast Company magazine recognized Mike as one of the 100 most creative business leaders in the world in 2016.
Mike is passionate about diversity and creating an inclusive workplace, and believes this is a key to innovation and competitiveness in the 21st century. Mike founded “Aspire to Lead: PwC’s Series on Leadership and Gender Equality,” a global, university based forum (www.pwc.aspire.com), and cosponsors PwC’s global impact partnership with United Nations - HeForShe.
Mike was a faculty member of the Columbia Business School executive education team ranked #1 in the world by The Financial Times.
As Associate Dean at Columbia Business School, he led EMBA programs and partnerships with London Business School and UC-Berkeley, and taught a popular course on Executive Leadership.
He directed The Fundamentals of Management: Highlights of the MBA, and the Columbia Senior Executive Program. He consulted in the non-profit and government sectors and served in Executive Programs at the Kennedy School at Harvard University.
Publications include articles on leadership, people strategy and innovation. He has been featured in The Financial Times, HR Magazine, Wharton Business Radio, Fox Television Business News, Big Think, and many other outlets.
Mike resides in New York, where he and his wife Dana are raising four children and a yellow lab. He is a runner and active in his community. He was educated at Columbia University where he received three master’s degrees and a Ph.D.
Head of Talent, JPMorgan Chase
Carlo Frappolli is Head of Talent at JPMorgan Chase. In this capacity, he is responsible for Talent Management, Leadership Development, Succession Planning and Management Training.
Carlo has been with JPMorgan Chase and predecessor companies for 20 years, having first served as head of Human Resources for First USA, a monoline credit card company in Wilmington, DE, which was acquired by Bank One.
Carlo led the restructuring of Bank One’s Human Resources function in 2002. When JPMorgan Chase acquired Bank One in 2004, Carlo worked on a small senior leadership team to integrate all people policies and programs. He then became head of Human Resources for the firm’s Commercial Banking line of business and added all corporate functions before moving into his current role in 2009 as Head of Talent for the firm.
Prior to his experience in financial services, Carlo held various Human Resources roles in the software/telecommunications industries during the first ten years of his career with Stromberg-Carlson, Unisys and Fujitsu. He then managed a private company which manufactured and distributed sports trading cards. Carlo helped the company grow to over $100M in annual revenues.
Carlo was raised in Seneca Falls in the Finger Lakes region of New York, training under his dad who was a policeman for 30 years, and his mom, who worked in a dry cleaner’s for 48 years. He is a graduate of the School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University.
Carlo and his wife, Kimberley, have been married for 29 years. They have three children -twin daughters -Tori, who works in child development with The Hill House in Boston, and Danielle, who is working in Human Resources at the Gerber Group in New York City; and a son, Domenic, who is in Law School at the University of Texas. Carlo’s civic involvement includes Bridge-2-Rwanda, the National Down Syndrome Society, Children’s Memorial Hospital, the Seneca/Cayuga Counties ARC and the American Liver Foundation.
Head of Human Resources, JP Morgan Chase & Co.
Robin Leopold is an Executive Vice President and head of Human Resources for JPMorgan Chase, and a member of the company’s Operating Committee. Prior to assuming this role in January 2018, Robin held a number of leadership positions in Human Resources, including Human Resources Executive for J.P. Morgan’s Corporate & Investment Bank, Human Resources Executive supporting the Corporate functions, and she also led Chase’s Mortgage Banking Human Resources team during the business transformation.
Before joining JPMorgan Chase in 2010, Robin spent more than 20 years at Citi and its predecessor companies, starting at Shearson Lehman Hutton. Over the years, Robin has worked in a variety of disciplines, including recruitment, compensation, employee relations, and generalist functions supporting multiple lines of businesses. For over a decade, she was the Head of Human Resources for the wealth management businesses, which included Smith Barney, the Private Bank and Investment Research.After the sale of Smith Barney, Robin spent her last year at Citi leading the Human Resources team supporting Citi Holdings, Citi’s divesting businesses.
Robin is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. She lives in New York City with her husband Ken. They have a daughter and a son.
Founder & President, ICEDR & Senior Lecturer in Organizational Effectiveness, MIT Sloan School
Douglas A. Ready is a professor at MIT’s Sloan School of Management and is the Founder and CEO of the International Consortium for Executive Development Research (ICEDR), a premier global HR talent academy for nearly forty world-class companies and more than twenty-five top-tier business schools. For more than two decades, Doug has been bringing together many of the world’s best companies and business schools to share innovations and excellent practice in talent, leadership and strategic change.
Doug is considered one of the world’s leading authorities on strategic talent management and executive development. He is the author of many highly popular Harvard Business Review articles including “The Power of Collective Ambition,” “The Hallmarks of a Game-Changing Talent Strategy”, “Are You a High Potential?” “Make Your Company a Talent Factory,” “Winning the Race for Talent in Emerging Markets,” and “How to Grow Great Leaders.” He is also the author of several acclaimed MIT Sloan Management Review articles including: “Developing the Next Generation of Enterprise Leaders”, “Enabling Bold Visions,” “Leading at the Enterprise Level,” “How Storytelling Builds Next Generation Leaders,” and “Why Leadership Development Efforts Fail.” His writings have also appeared in the Financial Times, Business Strategy Review, Fortune and The Wall Street Journal. In 2008 he received the highly coveted Marion F. Gislason Award for excellence in the field of leadership and executive development. In addition, Business Horizons recognized Doug as one of the world’s Leadership Gurus. Doug has been named multiple times to Thinkers50, the premier ranking of the world’s top thought leaders.
Doug is an active advisor to CEOs and top executive teams around the world on developing companies’ enterprise leadership teams and implementing strategic and cultural change. He has worked with senior leaders at Hess Oil, RBC Financial Group, HSBC, Four Seasons, PricewaterhouseCoopers, LG Group, Ford Motor Company, Continental AG, Samsung Group, United Technologies and the United States Federal Reserve, among others.
Prior to serving as Senior Lecturer at MIT Sloan, Doug taught at UNC’s Kenan-Flagler Business School and London Business School. He earned his Masters in Management from Harvard University and the PhD from Cranfield University in the UK.
CEO of Chase Home Lending, JP Morgan Chase & Co.
Mike Weinbach is the CEO of Chase Home Lending.
Chase is one of the largest U.S. providers of banking, lending, treasury, wealth management and investment services. Chase serves more than 60 million households, including consumers, small businesses, mid-size companies, corporations, financial institutions, nonprofits and governments. Chase’s Home Lending business is ranked No. 2 in originations and in servicing.
In Mike’s previous role as Head of Servicing, he managed a portfolio of more than 6 million mortgages representing a combined balance of more than $900 billion. Prior to joining Home Lending, Mike was responsible for Sales in Consumer Banking and held a similar role in Business Banking. He also served as CFO for Consumer Banking and in CFO for Chase Auto Finance.
Prior to Chase, he operated a small business specializing in workforce motivational products and services and worked at Citigroup in New York.
Mike serves on the board of The Mortgage Bankers Association.
Mike graduated from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and earned his MBA at Harvard Business School.
8:00-9:00 Breakfast, Networking and Registration
9:00-9:15 Welcome and Introduction
- Doug Ready, Founder & President, ICEDR & Senior Lecturer in Organizational Effectiveness, MIT Sloan School
- Robin Leopold, Head of Human Resources, JP Morgan Chase & Co.
9:15-11:00 The Enterprise Leader’s Role in Building Game-Changing Organizations
- Doug Ready
11:15-12:15 Leading End-to-End: A Business Example
- Michael Weinbach, CEO of Mortgage Banking, JP Morgan Chase & Co.
- Interviewed by Carlo Frappolli, Head of Talent, JP Morgan Chase & Co.
1:15-2:15 An Agenda for Action: Developing Your Next Generation of Leaders
2:30-4:00 Leadership Development with an Enterprise Perspective
- Inger Buus, Head of Leadership Development, JP Morgan Chase & Co.
Panel Moderator: Doug Ready
-Anne Benedict, Senior Vice President, HR, Infor
-Angela Croghan, Head of Talent Management, Hess Corporation
-Mike Fenlon, Chief People Officer, PwC
4:00 Summary and Close
*Schedule subject to change.
The Leading with an Enterprise Perspective program will take place at J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.’s offices at 383 Madison Avenue in New York City. The program take place on Monday, March 12, 2018 at 9:00am. Please plan to arrive at 8:00am to pick up your materials and enjoy breakfast and time to network.
J.P. Morgan Chase & Company
383 Madison Avenue
43rd Floor (Reading Room East & West)
New York City, NY, 10179
383 Madison Avenue is located in between E 46th and 47th Streets.
Recommended entrance is on Vanderbilt between 46th & 47th Streets
• Lexington Ave line,
take the 4, 5, or 6 to Grand Central Station
• Sixth Ave line,
take the B, D, F or V to Rockefeller Center
• Flushing Local Line,
take the 7 to Grand Central Station
Each participant is responsible for making his/her own hotel reservations. Some local hotel options are:
Intercontinental New York Barclay (<5 min walk)
111 East 48th Street
New York City, NY 10017
The Roosevelt Hotel (<2 min walk)
45 E 45th St
New York City, NY 10017
Participant List - Leading with an Enterprise Perspective
This is the final participant list from the Leading with an Enterprise Perspective Program at J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.
The Enterprise Leadership Team's Job
Doug Ready discusses leading with an enterprise perspective during our event at J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.