Wisconsin Lutheran College will host its first I3 event on Thursday, September 19 at the Madison Club.
I3 is a power luncheon for business leaders to network with Christian leaders, be inspired through excellent keynotes and discussions, and ignite a passion for servant leadership to impact those within their sphere of influence.
Registration and networking begin at 10:45 a.m. At 11:45, enjoy a luncheon and the keynote address titled "Building a Christ-Centered Culture… At Work!” by Mike Victorson, President and CEO of M3 Insurance.
Building culture isn't what you talk about as a leader or what you put into your corporate documents. Culture is a result of how you model what you stand for, and specifically, how leaders lead on building relationships with people and sharing why and how decisions get made at the company. Our discussion will focus on how to appropriately let the message of the Gospel influence your company culture.
After the keynote, Jeremy Bock, Executive Director of the Center for Christian Leadership at WLC, will facilitate a discussion with Mike, followed by an audience Q&A session. The event will conclude by 1:15 p.m.
If you have questions about the event or would like to discuss sponsorship opportunities, please contact Jeremy Bock at 414.443.8935 or by email.
The deadline to register for this event is September 12. Tickets are $60 for an individual and $600 for a corporate table.
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President and CEO, M3 Insurance
Mike Victorson is President and CEO of M3 Insurance, a commercial insurance, employee benefits, and risk management firm. After joining the company in 1992, Mike held numerous positions from administration to client service to sales, before becoming Executive Vice President of the employee benefits division in 1999. Mike became M3's President in 2003 and CEO in 2005. He currently serves on the boards of M3 Insurance, the Council of Insurance Agents & Brokers (CIAB), and Oregon Community Bank.
Mike's community service has included serving on boards of several nonprofit organizations over the years. He currently serves on the boards of the Greater Madison Area Chamber of Commerce, Community of Life Church, and the Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce Foundation.