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Join us for a special Power Networking Luncheon. Networking is consistently listed as the best part of our JBN luncheons, so we are giving our members and guests the opportunity for expanded networking at this month's JBN.

Date + Time
September 14, 2016 | 12:00 pm

Temple University Center City 1515 Market Street

Member Robin Stein Rodin
Company The Rodin Group
Title Principal

Robin is an executive coach and a career consultant. She helps people jump start their careers by teaching them the skills needed to conduct a competitive job search. And once they are in their jobs I help them identify and remove obstacles which may interfere with their success and promotability.

Prior to starting The Rodin Group (www.therodingroup.net), Robin was responsible for Leadership Strategy and Development for a major Global Pharmaceuticals company.

Robin designed and implemented a comprehensive talent management strategy and process. This resulted in greater alignment between key developmental opportunities and top talent and improved quality of candor and conversation among the executive team.
She pioneered and orchestrated successful and sustainable Women’s Leadership Initiatives, improved retention and enhanced engagement among women at all levels of the organization. Additionally, she developed an internal Executive Coaching processes and capabilities. This process accelerated the development and performance of key leaders who were promoted and/or were assigned to new developmental roles.

Robin led major culture change initiatives for Marketing Services organizations in several areas—e.g. to enhance their business partnering competencies; to prepare organization for off-shoring positions to India, etc.
She also initiated comprehensive mentoring programs in the commercial and academic sector.

Robin continues to hold leadership roles in various Boards. She is past VP of Philadelphia Human Resource Planning Society (PHRPS) and now co-chairs an Executive Coaching Special Interest Group for this organization. She is a former board member of The Career Wardrobe, a non profit agency who provides career services to women who are newly or re-entering the workforce. She currently serves on the board of InterAct Theatre.

John A. Fry shared his unique vision for the transformation of Drexel's campus and Philadelphia as a whole, and the importance of building an supports strong communities.
As he began his address, he said the following about JHP:

"For over two decades, Rabbi Schmidt and his team have undertaken really the most important work imaginable - ... building communities - and they do it by bringing people together around a shared heritage and culture ...They take a wonderfully broad view of their work, extending that community across a variety of domains, like education, the arts, and business ... It's also important to note that the great work of JHP started on a college campus, and that's a point of pride for anyone like myself... [My] thanks to colleagues from JHP for your inspiration, your support, and your great work."



Our newest members: Lilli Rabinowitz, David Tener, Ilene Silver Berman, Steven Schiff, and Steve Landau.


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