« Previous Nov 2016Next »Digital Edition Archives About iBi 40 Leaders Under Forty Dan Adler Caterpillar Inc. Abigail K. Ault UnityPoint Health – Peoria Dr. Brandon M. Bockewitz UnityPoint Health – Peoria Alexandra Stokman Brackett Peoria Muay Thai/Caterpillar Inc. Sherneka G. Cagle Peoria Area Chamber of Commerce Chris Coplan Peoria Public Schools Allen Cullinan United Contractors Midwest Kevin D. Day Hasselberg Grebe Snodgrass Urban & Wentworth Paige Dodson Farnsworth Group, Inc. Jamie Engstrom Caterpillar Inc. Drew Faries RSM US LLP Jason M. Fark JPMorgan Chase Wendy K. Ferrill Tazewell County Amanda Graham Caterpillar Inc. Jacob C. Heuser Bradley University Jim Hollenback pcm + design architects Jeremy R. Knepp Morton Community Bank Peter J. Lynch The Law Office of Peter J. Lynch Ike Malson Caterpillar Inc. Heather L. McCord Bradley University Matthew D. McGraw OSF HealthCare Stephen McKinney-Whitaker United Presbyterian Church of Peoria Nicole D. Meyer Davis & Campbell LLC Wendy A. Mitchell OSF Healthcare Foundation Sowmya Nagesh Caterpillar Inc. Shaun Newell The Center for Prevention of Abuse Kaci Osborne Peoria Area Convention and Visitors Bureau Nicholas Pacelli Washington Community High School William J. Phillips IV Commerce Bank Scott Reeise City of Peoria Craig W. Robeen Altorfer Inc. Dr. Jamie McCarthy Smith Growing Smiles Pediatric Dentistry Robert J. Stecher, Jr. Stecher’s Automotive Service, Inc. Dr. Melissa K. Roehm Stigall Midwest Orthodontic Associates Ltd. Dr. Deepak Taneja Illinois Lung & Critical Care Institute Carolyn Weaver Morgan Stanley Stephanie Webster Cullinan Properties, Ltd. Trista Westhafer CliftonLarsonAllen LLP Alissa G. Williams Morton Public Library District Kevin A. Yates Chillicothe Park District A Legacy of Impact Jan Wright, Publisher, iBi Leadership is alive and well in Greater Peoria, as we continue to witness in our 40 Leaders Under Forty each November. Judge James E. Shadid 2016 40 Leaders Alumnus of the Year Judge Shadid reflects on his rise to the top: from growing up in Peoria, to his years as a ballplayer, to his nomination for a federal judgeship. The Transition to Greater Leadership by Tim Bertschy Heyl Royster Just doing all of the things you did before—only more of them—may not be the right approach. Leadership: A Millennial’s Perspective by Emily Valerio Heinold Banwart, Ltd. From millennial to millennial, an honest examination of the next generation of business leaders… Five Critical Mistakes That Blunt Leadership Effectiveness by David Waits, Waits Consulting Group, Inc. Effective leadership requires not only doing the right things, but also understanding what not to do. Happy People and Bottom-Line Results How Bankable Leaders Deliver Both by Dr. Tasha Eurich Effective leadership has an undeniable business value. Region If Congress Were a Business…Congressman Darin LaHood, 18th District of Illinois Leading with Passion and PurposeDavid Zimmerman, Tazewell County Board Thoughts on Changing Ourselves Jeff Griffin, Peoria Area Chamber of Commerce Addressing County Road Conditionsby Jimmy Dillon Peoria County Board Finance Your Nanny Payroll Guide: Learn the BasicsJenna Shields SurePayroll Considerations Before Buying a Second HomeBeth Jones & Connie Barr The Commerce Trust Company Workplace Surviving a MicromanagerBill Blundell Joy Miller and Associates Reducing Drama in an Age-Diverse WorkplaceJennifer L. FitzPatrick Jenerations Health Reset Your Attention: Moving from On to Offby Todd Popham Popham & Associates, LLC Healthcare Lead by Exampleby Dr. Mike Cruz OSF Saint Francis Medical Center Our Depth of Care: Specialty Services by Dr. Keith E. Knepp UnityPoint Health – Methodist | Proctor More... From Farm to Retail: A Price ReviewPatrick Kirchhofer - Peoria County Farm Bureau One-Up Making a Leader Whether in the workplace, the classroom or the community, those of us in leadership positions have a special responsibility to perform at our best—and light the way for others.