Breakout session, by peer group: CEO/Senior leader and HR professionals
Featured presentation: I Love Me Some Me: Why Developing You & Your Team Is Key To Success – Boyd Ober, President and CEO of Leadership Resources Want to be a better leader? Prioritize yourself first. Or in the words of NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens, “love me some me.” Join Boyd as he debunks the common view that putting yourself first is selfish.
Breakout session/panel discussion, by industry sector: service and industrial
Featured presentation: The Generational Paradox: Today’s Workforce Requires a Different Type of Leader – John Grubbs, Author of Leading The Tribes Generational change is upon us. Millennials are now the dominant generation in the workforce and they do things their own way. And yet they’re not the only generation in our organizations. And what does this mean for our culture? Discover how your organization can remain relevant, and even thrive, in the midst of the vast change taking place in the workforce. This hard-hitting presentation will challenge your assumptions and give you hope for the future. You’ll gain insights for success and be inspired as leaders.
Company spotlights – lessons learned from the field
Featured presentation: The Hero Customer Strategy – Carter L. Schelling, Chairman 3655, IncorporatedWhat If You Could Pick Your Customers? We talk so much about the importance of “getting the right people on the bus” and making sure we’re selecting for cultural fit. But what about our customers? All customers aren’t created equal. What if there was a way to have a disproportionate number of our customers who were highly aligned with our culture? How might that impact our profitability, retention, productivity, satisfaction, and even fun? Carter presents a simple, straightforward method for attracting and landing more of your “Hero” customers. Be prepared to think of your customers in an entirely new way after hearing Carter.
Featured presentation: Technology update onCultureWise mobile app – David Friedman, Founder/CEO High Performing Culture
Dealing with the most difficult challenges – Q&A based on audience feedback
His information is both provocative and engaging. His speeches can be an emotional roller-coaster with the audience laughing one minute and holding back tears the next. Energy and passion are the two most common words used to describe John Grubbs as a speaker and trainer.