PLEASE NOTE: THE 2021 MIDWEST RLF PROGRAM IS NOW FULL ... WE ENCOURAGE YOU TO ENROLL IN OTHER AVAILABLE RLF FORUMS THROUGHOUT THE U.S.
Cliff Higbee is a Facilitator and a Co-Director of The SIM Leadership Institute. He is the former Director of the Management Information Center for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. He received his B.A. in Speech Communications from the University of Utah. He is a past Intermountain Chapter president, has served on the SIM Executive Board in several Vice President positions, and chaired the 1994 Annual Interchange Conference. Cliff has been a guest lecturer at Weber State University and The Salt Lake Community College. He holds an elected position on the Salt Lake City School Board and serves on the Advisory Boards for Weber State University and Utah State University.
Karen Calvert, a longtime VP of Information Services & Technology for Mary Kay Inc., brings her proven IT / business acumen, her experience in coaching and her passion for leadership development to RLF participants. While at Mary Kay, Karen co-led the company’s Culture Committee, was a Wellness Ambassador for Mary Kay’s Wellness Program and was a Leadership Mentor in their Mentee-Mentor program. Karen previously served on the Board for the SIM Austin Chapter and is a 2014 Southeast RLF graduate.
Each of the six in-person sessions of the 2021 Southeast RLF program will take place at the Lincolnshire Marriott near O'Hare International Airport in Chicago.
Many organizations are investing in their future by selecting high-potential employees to absorb the life-changing capabilities of the Midwest RLF experience. Current and recent sponsors of the Midwest RLF program include:
· Aetna, Inc.
· Allstate Insurance Company
· Beam Suntory
· Community Health Network
· Direct Supply
· Health Care Services Corp
· Heidrick and Struggles
· Illinois Institute of Technology
· Northwestern Mutual
· Penske Automotive
· Reynolds Consumer Products
· Sherwin Williams Company
· TCS Education System
· United Airlines
· University of Chicago Medical Center