April Meeting & Seminar

April 19, 2018
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
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Erie Café
536 West Erie Street
Chicago, IL 60654


The ASIS Chicago Monthly Luncheons have a new name!

Join ASIS Chicago on Thursday, April 19th for the April Monthly Meeting and Seminar.

Monthly meetings provide ASIS Chicago members an opportunity to network with one another while also receiving updates on local Chapter and ASIS International initiatives and events. Chapter members will have an opportunity to discuss local safety and security trends before hearing from a pre-eminent speaker in the industry on a variety of relevant topics. Registration includes admission and lunch.

Ticket Pricing:

$42 Member Ticket (Advance Registration)

$52 Non-Member and At-The-Door Registration


11:30 - Registration & Networking

12:00 - Welcome

12:05 - Chapter Announcements

12:10 - Membership Meeting / Discussion

12:15 - Lunch

12:40 - Seminar

1:30 - Close


Dr. Michael H. Fogel, Psy. D., ABPP

Michael H. Fogel, Psy.D., ABPP, is a licensed clinical psychologist who is Board Certified in Forensic Psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP). He has extensive experience conducting forensic psychological evaluations and providing expert witness testimony in both civil and criminal matters. Dr. Fogel is a Past President of the American Board of Forensic Psychology and a former member of the American Psychological Association’s (APA) Committee on Professional Practice and Standards. Currently, he serves as Co-Chair of APA’s Committee on Legal Issues and is an Associate Professor in, and former Chair of, the Department of Forensic Psychology at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Additionally, Dr. Fogel is founder of Redirect, Inc., a company focused on interrupting employee movement toward problematic behavior.


Talent Management


Interrupting employee movement toward problematic behavior

Talent management is a fragmented, complex, costly challenge organizations must continually navigate. Behavioral and performance data are routinely collected but siloed within disparate systems that do not communicate effectively or efficiently. Role changes result in lost institutional knowledge and the opportunity for previous problems to start anew with little to no historical information. This presentation will explore an innovative approach that leverages data from existing systems to identify factors related to an increased risk for problematic behavior and helps employers proactively address emerging talent management challenges. The result is elevated standards of employee and supervisor accountability, improved supervisory practices, and improved employee morale.


Guests are always welcomed. We look forward to this monthly gathering of the membership.

*Your event registration ticket price has a cash payment discount included. If you would prefer to pay by credit card, the cash payment discount will not be applied.  If you would like to submit your payment via credit card, you may do so using the website registration prompts.  Whether paying by cash or credit card, web event registration is required.  Attendees that fail to pre-register for an event will be charged the Walk-Up Registration Price.*


$52.00 Non-Member Ticket

$42.00 Member Ticket
$52.00 after 09:30 am April 19