“Tell Me Everything”
Please join our next Triangle CHRO Association gathering to engage in good conversation, eats, and drinks.
We’ve all experienced conversations where you simply run out of things to talk about and questions to ask. At this gathering, this dilemma will be addressed by Margaret Chadwick as she shares the impetus behind, and results from, her book, Tell Me Everything. This book, filled with probing and insightful questions, can help you initiate and fuel great conversations. Or you can simply use it as a personal journal for self-reflection on some of life’s deeper questions. The book has even been used to record answers to pass along to future generations. This is especially helpful in a world where very few people write letters anymore!
Triangle CHRO Association
Umstead Hotel & Spa
100 Woodland Pond Drive, Cary, NC 27513
Thursday, April 12, 2018 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)
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About our Speaker: Margaret Chadwick, HR Director, Cree
Margaret is currently HR Director at Cree in Durham, where she’s worked for 12 years. When she started, the company had about 1000 employees and they were all located in RTP. Since then, Cree has grown to almost 7000 employees globally. She has led all the different disciplines in HR, but her personal passion is in leadership training and coaching.
Margaret’s personal leadership journey began in earnest in her mid-twenties, where she held several different leadership roles in the Raleigh Jaycees, eventually serving as the organization’s president in 1999. Margaret is quick to confess, “I made every leadership mistake in the book. Hopefully at least today I’m making all new mistakes.”
Even though she has been a lifelong reader and writer, Margaret says it had never really occurred to her to write a book. But a homemade Father’s Day gift for her Dad was the inspiration for “Tell Me Everything”, a book filled with probing questions meant to deepen people’s connection to each other and to themselves. The book was a really fun, small side project that has resulted in events that have brought Margaret to tears when she is privileged to hear the stories.
She is originally from Wilmington and is a Wake Forest Demon Deacon. She lives in Raleigh with her husband Greg. Her passions include Pearl Jam, Cubs baseball, amateur political commentary, travel, and hosting Sunday dinners for family and friends.
Triangle CHRO Board of Directors:
David Campbell, Allscripts
Florina Gordon, Liquidia Technologies
Lisa May, RTI International
Fara Palumbo, Blue Cross Blue Shield North Carolina
Ron Tomaszewski, Butterball
Lisa van Capelle, Syneos Health
Christiaan Heijmen, Director, Triangle CHRO Association
Donna Rhode, Director, Triangle CHRO Association