11/18/10: Susan Hitchcock and Carolyn (Lyn) Turknett each authored a chapter in the first book published by Women in Technology. The book, CLIMB: Leading Women In Technology Share Their Journeys To Success, was co-edited by Sandra (Sandy) Hofmann, board member of Turknett Leadership Group (TLG) and former COO of TLG. The chapter by Susan Hitchcock is entitled “Reflections: Lessons from My Life & Career” and the chapter by Lyn Turknett is entitled “Lessons From My Momma.” Sandy Hofmann’s has a chapter as well – “The Charm Bracelet.” Read more about the book at atlanta.daybooknetwork.com
5/1/10: Dr. Lauren Harris was selected to serve on the Board of Directors for Jewish Family & Career Services. Along with her Board commitment, she volunteers weekly with the agency’s art therapists to help facilitate an open studio art group at the Jewish Tower.
4/4/10: Dr. Lauren Harris was featured in the Sunday Business Section of the Atlanta Journal Constitution on how understanding generations is key to motivation. She will present her research at the 25th Annual Conference for the Society of Industrial-Organizational Psychologists. Read the full article here.
3/11/10: Lyn Turknett will serve as a panelist for “Workplace Ethics, Leadership, and Trust” at the Siegel Institute’s 10th Annual Phenomenal Women’s Conference: Women Leading in Challenging Times, April 16, 2010.
2/17/10: Women in Leadership Seminar Series announces monthly programs with thought leaders who push the envelope to offer stimulating ideas, inspiration and practical guidance for women and their careers. View press release here.
2/15/10: Top Georgia leaders in business, non-profit and education have been nominated for the 7th Annual Turknett Leadership Character Awards. The awards presentation, co-hosted by the Siegel Institute for Leadership, Ethics and Character at Kennesaw State University is open to the public and will be held February 23rd at the Georgia Aquarium from 12 – 2:00 p.m. Download press release here.
2/1/10: Dr. Bob Turknett has been selected as a Distinguished Dolphin to help celebrate Jacksonville University’s 75th Anniversary. Nominees must have added significant value to the Jacksonville University brand statewide, nationally or internationally and demonstrated a high level of professional success and personal integrity. Read more about him here.