Date: August 25, 2020
Time: 11:00AM - 02:15PMYou must be registered to participate!
3 Clock Hours | Domain E: Human Resources or Domain G: Meeting or Event Design
11:00 am – 11:15 am | Welcome and Intro
11:15 am – 11:45 am | Giving Feedback Like You Care, Receiving Feedback Like It Matters
11:45 am – 11:55 am | Q & A with Yoram Solomon
11:55 am – 12:00 pm | MPI Updates
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm | Panel Discussion - Hybrid and Virtual Event Engagement Activities You Can Use for Monetization
1:00 pm – 1:15 pm | Panel Q & A
1:15 pm – 1:25 pm | MPI Updates
1:25 pm- 1:55 pm | Making Sense of Today’s News
1:55 pm – 2:05 pm | Q&A with Jonathan Capehart
2:05 pm - 2:15 pm | MPI Updates & Closing Remarks
Giving Feedback Like You Care, Receiving Feedback Like It Matters | Yoram Solomon, PhD
Did someone ever give you “constructive feedback” in front of everyone, making you feel ashamed? Did you ever give feedback to help someone, just to have it blow up in your face, making you swear never to give feedback to that person ever again? Employees in high-trust organizations experience 74% less stress, 106% more energy, and 76% more engagement. Why? Because they are 106% more capable to deliver feedback and are 76% more receptive to it. It’s when you don’t hold the meeting before the meeting or the meeting after the meeting, and only hold the meeting during the meeting. It’s when you say, “great job!” only when you mean it. Based on his research and experience as an executive, an elected official, a professor, a pilot, and a member of an elite military unit, Dr. Yoram Solomon, the author of The Book of Trust, will explain the 7 laws of trust, and in this session apply them provide 4 powerful tips on giving feedback and 4 powerful tips on receiving it. At the end of this highly engaging, entertaining session full of emotional stories, he will also provide a handout with the feedback pledge and more
Hybrid and Virtual Event Engagement Activities You Can Use for Monetization | Panel Discussion
As our industry is embracing virtual and hybrid meetings and events, learn how to make them more engaging while creating monetization opportunities. Sheila Neal, Associate Director, Sales at Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau will lead the discussion with engagement experts Sharon Fisher, CEO, Play with a Purpose, Nancy Hays, Virtual Activity Consultant, and Brudis LIMAR III. The session will give you actionable takeaways and ideas to make your virtual and hybrid events more participatory while creating revenue for your organization.
Making Sense of Today’s News | Jonathan Capehart
As an opinion writer for The Washington Post, and host of the podcast “Cape Up,” Jonathan Capehart regularly talks with newsmakers about the day’s biggest political and culture issues, touching on hot-button topics including how race, religion, age, gender and cultural identity are redrawing the lines that both divide and unite America. Jonathan Capehart is well known for his efforts supporting both the African American and LGBT communities and, in 2014, he was named the 9th most influential LGBT person in the media by Advocate magazine. Here, Capehart discusses the big issues at the heart of conversations about diversity and inclusion, including how embracing differences improves a company’s ability to respond to change, spurs the creation of innovative solutions to emerging challenges, and creates a happier and more engaged workforce. Sharing experiences from his own life, and with his trademark wit and humor, Capehart helps foster important conversations to create a more productive workplace for all.Jonathan's speaking today is graciously brought to us by Leading Authorities, Inc.