Business credit is a highly demanding - rapidly changing field

Recognizing the importance of quality credit management & professional development

 

NEXT Meeting-Thursday November 12, 2020

Leadership for Teams

How to lead a team and how to be an “effective” member of a team

  1. Finding your voice
  2. Being heard
  3. Level 3 leadership
  4. Champion of the best idea
  5. Emotional EQ
  6. Resources

Presented by Win Jeanfreau

Mr. Winthrop Jeanfreau has spent the past 30 years starting and selling businesses, including: Aperion Audio, Shred-it in Oregon & SW Washington, WRLD Enterprises, Kameleon International, InCon Enterprise, and Cambric Graphics. As a result, Mr. Jeanfreau has extensive experience successfully guiding emerging and rapid growth companies. Throughout his professional career, Mr. Jeanfreau has repeatedly demonstrated his ability to identify opportunity, marshal appropriate resources and successfully grow new companies to maximum profit.

Mr. Jeanfreau is the past Director of the Business Resource Center (BRC) at the Orem Campus of Utah Valley University where he provided executive management training on revenue growth, capital acquisition and how to remain a relevant contributor to enterprise. Prior to his appoint to the BRC, Win was the Director of the Small Business Development Center (SBDC).  As Director of the BRC and SBDC, Winthrop is responsible for strengthening Utah’s economic fabric and quality of life by facilitating the success and prosperity of all business endeavors in the Utah valley. Toward that end Mr. Jeanfreau has developed a set of core competencies that are taught to business owners in classroom settings as well as one-on-one through his staff of gifted and experienced business counselors.

Currently, Win is the Director of Impact Utah, a state funded initiative that teaches operational excellence, revenue acceleration and leadership transformation to Utah Manufactures and all rural businesses statewide.

Mr. Jeanfreau is a graduate of the University of Utah with a bachelor’s degree in Communication, a minor in Management, and the University of Oregon with a master’s degree in Business Administration.

We will open the meeting at 11:45 for social distanced networking for interested members, the speaker will begin at 12:15.

WEBINAR LOGIN INFORMATION WILL BE SENT TO THOSE WHO RSVP

11:45 am - 1:15 pm                      WEBINAR - NACM Training Center 5710 S Green Street, Murray, UT

$15 ICEL Members
      $25 Non-ICEL Member Guests

RSVP Lisa Keller, CCE, CGA (801) 433-6129 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Reservations are firm unless cancelled 48 hours prior to the meeting.


 

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What is ICEL?

ICEL is a group of credit professionals that recognize the importance of quality credit management in business and promote professional development by offering educational and leadership opportunities through quality programs, publications and scholarships.

Who Can Join?

Anyone interested in furthering their business credit education.

Why Should I Belong?

Monthly Meetings - Credit & Career oriented meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month at 11:45, usually at the NACM Training Center 5710 S Green Street, Murray, UT.

Recent ICEL Meeting Presentations

  • Bankruptcy From a Creditors Point of View, Ellen E. Ostrow, Esq.
  • How to Stay Out of the Audit Bulls Eye, Aaern L. Humphreys
  • Understanding Gender Differences When Negotiating, James Holbrook & Stacy Roberts
  • Test Your Credit Knowledge
  • What Motivates Me: Put Your Passions to Work, Paul Yoachum
  • E.Q. (Emotional Intelligence), John Bytheway
  • When The World is Awesome - The Power of Positive, Cathy Carey
  • Credit Card Surcharges & Fee Reductions, Matt Fluegge
  • The Power of Mulligans, Dave Morris
  • Economic Forecast and Update, Robert Spendlove

    Educational Conferences - National and Regional Conferences are held throughout the year in various locations.

    Scholarships - As a member of ICEL, after one full year of membership, and with 80% attendance at the monthly meetings (Not including December), you may submit a scholarship request for classes, educational conferences, and/or professional designation exam fees. More information

    Contact Lisa Keller, CCE, CGA (801) 433-6129 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Forms

ICEL Application for Membership
Membership is open to anyone interested in building their business to business credit education and career.
 ICEL Application Form

ICEL Tuition Scholarship application form
One full class tuition scholarship per ICEL Member per semester. (One full year of ICEL membership and 80% attendance at meetings required)
ICEL Tuition Scholarship Application form

ICEL Conference or Exam Scholarship application form
Exam fees or partial conference fee scholarships available to ICEL Members. (One full year of ICEL membership and 80% attendance at meetings required)
 ICEL Conference or Exam Scholarship Application form

Forms

Forms

ICEL Application for Membership
Membership is open to anyone interested in building their business to business credit education and career.
 ICEL Application Form

ICEL Tuition Scholarship application form
One full class tuition scholarship per ICEL Member per semester. (One full year of ICEL membership and 80% attendance at meetings required)
ICEL Tuition Scholarship Application form

ICEL Conference or Exam Scholarship application form
Exam fees or partial conference fee scholarships available to ICEL Members. (One full year of ICEL membership and 80% attendance at meetings required)
 ICEL Conference or Exam Scholarship Application form

 
ICEL is a member run organization. The 2020-2021 Chair Leaders are as follows:

ICEL Chairleader:  Paul Amante, CCE, CICP, Amer Sports Winter & Outdoor    |    Vice Chair: Tina Hatfield, CBA, Mountain Contractors Supply Group

 

Programs Committee

Chair: Shane Inglesby, CCE, Geneva Rock Products

   Vice Chair: Erik Wright, CBF, Spectrum Engineers Inc

Publications Committee

Chair: Amy Butterfield, CCE, LKL Associates

   Vice Chair: Jayne Crosby, CCE, Gritton & Associates

Education Committee

Chair: DeAnna Leahy, CCE, Sunroc Corporation

   Vice Chair: Tina Hatfield, CBA, Mountain Contractors Supply Group

Membership Committee

Chair: Paul Amante, CCE, CICP, Amer Sports Winter & Outdoor

   Vice Chair: Whitney Davidson, CBF, CCRA, Sunpro Corporation

Counselor

Stephanie Johnson, CCE, Gritton & Associates

Secretary & NACM Representative: 

Lisa Keller, CCE, CGA, NACM Business Credit Services