Mentor Session Webinar – Managing People
NOVEMBER 14, 2019
MANAGING PEOPLE: SUPERVISORY SKILLS AND TECHNIQUES
In this WiN Mentor Webinar, industry vets Ryann Lauckner (The Content Group) and Debbie Hori (Bunim/Murray) discuss practical methods for effectively managing and empowering teams. Q&A will follow the main presentation.
This session will offer great info about:
- Team Building
- How to Empower Others
- How to Give Performance Feedback
- Conflict Prevention and Resolution
- Problem Solving
- Navigating Office Politics
- And much more …
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Unscripted entertainment professionals of all levels are welcome to join!
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President & Chief Strategy Officer
The Content Group
Ryann Lauckner is President & Chief Strategy Officer at Asylum Entertainment Group, an LA-based incubator and accelerator focused on building creative companies and partnerships across the content spectrum. Asylum and the companies under its banner – including The Content Group, Clovis Entertainment and recently announced audio company Audity – employ unique financial, creative, and community incentives to ensure that the producers, developers, writers, and talent who partner with them are real creative stakeholders in their work.
SVP, Human Resources
Debbie Hori serves as Senior Vice President, Human Resources for Bunim/Murray Productions. Hori oversees the human resources and recruiting functions, and joined the Bunim/Murray family in 2008. She has led the talented human resources team in process improvement initiatives, implemented a human resources information system, developed and delivered management training programs, structured a 401(k) plan for freelance and corporate employees, and refined an infrastructure to ensure that Bunim/Murray continues to build its reputation as an employer of choice.
Michelle Van Kempen
Women In Nonfiction
Michelle is the Founder and Executive Director of Women in Nonfiction. In addition, she currently serves as Interim General Manager and Head of Policy and Development for NPACT, the trade association for nonfiction production companies. A veteran television production executive, Michelle was co-principal and executive producer at Film Garden Entertainment in Los Angeles for 20 years, where she oversaw all business, production and daily operations of the prolific production company and served as executive producer on over 2000 episodes of content. She also founded and serves as Executive Director of the Youth Orchestra Project, a non-profit organization that provides classical music education, instruction and performance opportunities to young people.