Attract Build Retain - A CFOs Guide to Building a High-Performance Finance Function
Today’s CFOs face an environment of increased competition, heightened speed of change, and increased expectations from key stakeholders to drive improved performance. At the same time, CFOs are being asked to do more with less. To succeed today, CFOs need to create an agile, service-oriented, value-creation organization in order to acquire and retain a high performing team.
The CFOs who will succeed in this environment will be those who grasp the evolving technologies needed to drive value for the overall organization while understanding how they will optimize the finance resources they have.
Join us for “Attract Build Retain - A CFOs Guide to Building a High-Performance Finance Function” and engage with a panel of CFOs and other advisors who will share their perspectives and strategies CFOs can apply to build high performance finance teams.
Key discussion topics will include:
-Understand the latest trends that attract top talent
-How to develop skillsets and maximize employee performance
-Invest in the workforce and measure the ROI of employee retention programs
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Instructional method: Group-Live
Recommended CPE Credits: 1.8 CPE credits in Personnel/Human Resources
Experience Level: Basic
Prerequisites/advance preparation: None
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About Our Speakers
Greg Baker, Chief Financial Officer, CHI Aviation
Greg Baker has built high-performing teams at the CFO level for over a dozen years. With multinational experience in aviation, technology and services companies, Greg’s led his teams to excel in both public and private organizations. He thrives on building value-add Finance organizations and is proud to have helped many of his staff progress into senior leadership roles.
Greg is currently the Chief Financial Officer of CHI Aviation, a global helicopter company specializing in services for the Department of Defense and U.S. Forest Service, among others. Over the past 5 years, he’s led this entrepreneurial organization through rapid growth and expansion. Prior to CHI Aviation, Greg was CFO of the Strategic Resourcing Group at inVentiv Health (now Syneous Health NASDAQ: SYNH), with 3,000 staff in 30 countries, and of Logicalis in North America where he integrated multiple acquisitions for its London-based parent. Earlier in his career, Greg held financial roles at Thomson Reuters, private equity firm Talon and accounting firm PwC.
Greg earned his MBA from Wayne State University, holds a BA from Michigan State University in Accounting, and is a Certified Public Accountant.
Sally Ann Brandtneris, Chief Financial Officer, Logicalis, Inc.
Sally Brandtneris is a senior executive and board director, with deep expertise in financial management. She has experience working in global technology, manufacturing, renewable energy and consulting industries. She is known for her ability to partner with operational teams to drive sustainable growth and profitability. Sally has worked for well-known firms such as IBM, Sun Microsystems, Eaton Corporation and Ingersoll Rand.
Sally is currently the Chief Financial Officer at Logicalis, Inc., a global provider of integrated IT solutions and services. In 2017 she became an independent Director and Audit Committee Chair at Mopec, a manufacturer of pathology lab equipment, wholly owned by Blackford Capital. Prior to Logicalis, Sally spent five years at Stefanini, Inc., a Brazilian owned IT services company, as the CFO for the UK Holding Company, with responsibility for over thirty legal entities around the world.
Throughout her career Sally has established world class accounting, analytical and reporting teams to support business growth. She received the 2015 Crain’s Detroit CFO of the Year Finalist Award in recognition of her accomplishments at Stefanini.
Earlier in her career Sally was a management consultant focused on driving process and profit improvement, improving internal controls and startup funding. Sally worked in financial roles in technology manufacturing firms supporting functional leaders of sales, manufacturing and research and development. She subsequently brought her knowledge of technology, finance and change management to industrial firms Thermo King, Eaton and LafargeHolcim, driving change in the finance function to partner with business leaders. She was the financial lead on several acquisitions in Europe, Brazil and Asia.
Sally earned her MBA from Cornell University and holds a BA from the University of Michigan in French and Economics; she is also a Certified Management Accountant (CMA).
Jennifer Moss, Executive Finance Director, Tenneco
Jennifer Moss, a dynamic Finance professional with 20 years of experience, is the Executive Finance Director at Tenneco. Throughout her career, Jennifer has been entrusted with roles of increasing leadership and responsibility in financial reporting, strategic planning, accounting, finance, forecasting, variance analysis and budgeting. Jennifer has demonstrated the ability to work in a variety of environments, with both domestic and international scope.
Ato Taylor, HR Executive Director, DRiV Incorporated
Ato Taylor an HR Executive Director for DRiV Incorporated, at $6.5 billion division of Tenneco, expected to spin-off in mid-2020. Currently, he leads HR for the Chassis Solutions Groups, a $2+ billion global business unit within the $3.6 billion Motorparts division. The Motorparts division sells and distributes a broad portfolio of products in the global vehicle aftermarket including the brands - Monroe®, Walker®, Champion®, Fel-Pro®, MOOG®, Wagner®, Öhlins®, Rancho®, Thrush®, National®, and Sealed Power®.
Taylor’s responsibilities include providing strategic HR oversight for employee engagement, talent development, succession planning, and organizational design amongst leading other key aspects within the human resources function. He supports approximately 4,500 team members located in 13 manufacturing facilities, various technical centers, and several regional headquarters locations.
Previously, Taylor was the HR Director for Tenneco’s Global Aftermarket business unit. Taylor originally joined Tenneco in 2016 as the HR Director for the company’s North America Aftermarket business unit. Before Joining Tenneco, he spent 9 years at Eaton Corporation in various HR Management capacities.
Taylor earned a bachelor’s degree in political science & global studies, and a master’s degree in human resources & industrial relations, both from the University of Minnesota.