Quincy University’s Vice President of Intercollegiate Athletics Marty Bell will speak at the Adams County Works Transition Planning seminar on Wednesday, November 14 from 11:45 am – 1:00 pm at Tiramisu Restaurant (137 N 3rd St).
For this seminar on mentoring, Bell will talk about developing a winning culture through effective servant leadership. Bell will discuss managerial philosophy and expectations as well as effective mentoring practices to help leaders empower their employees to reach their potential as it pertains to the team and their own professional development.
“In today’s professional environment, leadership can take many forms,” said Bell. “I believe leading by example and empowering those in you’re in charge of is the most effective way to establish and sustain a winning culture in any organization.”
All are welcome to attend the seminar. Lunch is provided and meals start at $9. The seminar and takeaway information is free. Please RSVP to Angela Caldwell email@example.com by Tuesday, November 13.
Marty Bell is in his twelfth year directing the Quincy University Athletic Department and is in his third year as the vice president for intercollegiate athletics. Under Bell’s guidance theQuincy University athletic department has seen unprecedented growth and success in competition and in the classroom. Bell has overseen upgrades to every athletic facility on campus and engineered the addition of several program additions including cross country and
lacrosse. Bell works closely with his coaching staff in building the programs roster sizes and added numerous graduate assistant positions and full time assistant coaches to provide additional support for the QU student-athletes. Bell previously served on men’s basketball coaching staffsat Drake (Iowa) University, Indiana (Pa.) University and Lock Haven (Pa.) University. He is a 1985 graduate of the University of South Carolina with a degree in business administration. Bellearned his master’s degree from Penn State University.
For more information, contact Joi Cuartero Austin at GREDF (217) 223-4313.
Great River Economic Development Foundation is a 501(c)6 not-for-profit organization with a mission to maintain and GROW the economic vitality of the Quincy and Adams County, IL region through the retention and expansion of existing businesses and the
attraction of new businesses to our entire region.
Franciscan friars, Quincy University (www.quincy.edu) is a Catholic, co-educational, residential university offering undergraduate, graduate, and adult education programs that integrate liberal arts, active learning, practical experience, and Franciscan values. Quincy
University’s intercollegiate sports are members of the NCAA Division II Great Lakes Valley Conference for men and women. For more information, please contact the Quincy University Office of Community Relations by calling (217) 228-5275.