Chris Johnson, Author, Peak Performance Coach, and Founder of On Target Living
Overworked, sleep deprived, under nourished and over medicated? If you said yes to any or all of these conditions then you know what it’s like trying to maintain a busy work/life balance. You’ll find the penalty for using more resources than you take in costs you by sapping personal energy, thought processes, creativity, and vitality. How do you turn it all around? Where is that spark that makes tomorrow different from today?
Find out your “why” (motivation for change) and answer questions such as: How do I create sustainable weight control? Why are we such an overmedicated society and what can be done about it? How do I eat healthy while on the run? Am I making a deposit or withdrawal in my own self-care investment account?
Author and national speaker on health, Chris Johnson will show you proven strategies on making new health choices, and how these choices can change your life. Learn how to stay connected to your family while maintaining a busy work or travel life. Discover easy ways to make time for personal development, career, and home. Attend Chris’ keynote and experience his simple guide to nutrition and managing a busy lifestyle that will help you feel motivated and excited to reach new physical and mental goals.
Andrea Procaccino, Global Head of Learning & Development, Avon Products, Inc.
More than anything else, the Internet and all of the social tools on it have made building communities of thought easier than ever. In business, these platforms are an ideal learning opportunity to leverage collaboration, knowledge exchange, and brainstorming — helping companies get the most out of their employees while finding a cost effective solution that still allows for all of the benefits of face-to-face collaboration.
In this session you will learn:
• How these new technologies break from traditional schools of thought and can be more effective
• What kinds of business opportunities and projects have resulted from these social communities
• How organizations can promote the creation and development of internal social communities, andhow to get leadership buy-in to do so
• How to use these technologies to increase learning and engagement of employees.
• How to implement one of these technologies as part of your overall learning platform
Presented by: Pamela Stroko, Talent Management Expert & Evangelist, Oracle
“Talent, the final frontier…This is the challenge of HR and business leaders everywhere….to seek out new talent, to explore innovative ways to engage people, to give businesses new life and new pathways to delivering results, to boldly go where no one has gone before.”
As HR and business leaders we are always looking for best practices and innovative ideas to help move our organizations forward—what organizations are connecting engagement, career development, performance, leadership, and people development to truly produce game-changing results? Since the mid-1960’s Starfleet and Starfleet Academy have given us a model of leadership, people development, values, and engagement that serve as an example of great practices that can help an organization deliver on its mission and produce extraordinary results.
In this session we will explore the business lessons of Starfleet—the best practices that have application to our organizations today. What are the take-aways and how do you apply them to your organization? Participants in this session will walk away with a journey map of engagement, development, and performance drivers that will help you build your customized roadmap to superior business performance.
Presented by: David Rock, Author and Director, NeuroLeadership Institute
Can neuroscience help us to create better leaders? NeuroLeadership is a new field of research exploring the biological underpinnings of leadership tasks such as making decisions, regulating emotions, enabling collaboration, and facilitating change. In this insight and research-rich session you will discover the big surprises emerging about the brain that help explain why selecting and developing leaders is so tough, and how we might do this better.