Sherman’s Leadership and
Practice Management Institute (LPMI) presents its next monthly Success
Colloquium on Thursday, August 17, featuring sessions on leadership, personal
development and practice management with Geriel Thornburg May, M.A., Jerry L.
Hardee, Ed.D., and Lawrence O’Connor, D.C. The program is held from 6-9 p.m. on
campus. Cost is $35 for D.C.s and $10 for faculty/staff/students and includes
Geriel Thornburg May, M.A., will present “Leadership through Strategic
Planning.” May is a management consultant with more than ten years of
cross-industry experience in human performance consulting in the areas of
communication, training, change management, performance management, business
process design, technical writing and project management. She will help you
harness the power of the strategic plan — the essential business tool to
maximize your leadership vision.
Sherman’s third president and former chancellor Jerry Hardee, Ed.D., will
present “Where There is a Will There is a Way.” Hardee holds a doctorate in
education and a certificate of advanced study in educational administration. His
session will focus on success basics and strategies for personal growth and
development. Learn how to win when failure is not an option.
Sherman alumnus Lawrence O’Connor, D.C., will present, “All are Called, Few
Choose to be Chosen.” O’Connor is currently serving his sixth year as president
of the New Jersey Board of Chiropractic and was recently reappointed to serve an
additional three-year term. He will share his experiences to inspire you to
become a leader in the profession and in your community.
The Success Colloquium is designed to engage regional chiropractors in
perfecting the knowledge and skills of practice management. Through these
personal development monthly meetings, participants will advance their
leadership and practice management abilities. These sessions are specifically
designed to give participants great effectiveness in growing and maintaining
More information on LPMI and the Success Colloquia, including a downloadable
brochure and registration information, can be found online at
www.sherman.edu/leadership. For further details, please contact LPMI
Director Jon Schwartzbauer, D.C., at 800-849-8771, ext. 285, or e-mail