Educational Programming

Friday, September 8

8:00 - 9:00 a.m.
Speaker:
 Craig Wood, 360 Live Media
Room: Cibolo Canyon Ballroom 8 & 9

Bridging the New Generation Gap – What Every Leader Needs to Know

A new and evolving Generation Gap is alive and well in today's associations as Boomers, Xers, and Millennials focus on personal success and professional growth with diverse needs and approaches. This session moves past the "us vs. them" pitfalls of generational conversation to focus on how you can get the most from intergenerational teams by tapping into what truly drives engagement and motivation. Then, you’ll discover how to apply that same mindset to develop membership value propositions and engaging events that resonate with each generation's values and needs.

Keynote  9:00 - 10:00 a.m.
Speaker:
Scott Stratten
Room: Cibolo Canyon Ballroom 5 & 6

UnMarketing: Stop Marketing, Start Engaging 
The tried and true ways of marketing have turned into tired and old, not to mention ineffective. The ability to build relationships and be heard by your market has never been greater, but overwhelming when trying to determine what tools to use. This session covers both online and offline methods of staying in front of your target audience, so when they have the need to buy, they choose you. From social media, to traditional local events, there are proven ways to connect more than ever before and after this session you have the practical tools to implement the tactics right away.
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10:00 - 11:00 a.m.
Speaker:
 Reggie Henry, CAE, ASAE
Room: Cibolo Canyon Ballroom 8 & 9

Technology Trends and the Effects on Associations 
With the amount of disruption in and around technology today, it is important for associations to focus on what's really important. Creating member value! Strategically, what are the technologies and technology trends associations should be focused on?  What do these trends mean from a member and staff expectations perspective? ASAE’s CIO Reggie Henry will discuss what he believes are the most relevant technology and related trends facing associations today, including iBeacons, mobile, big data, and “the internet of things”.


Saturday, September 9

Keynote:  8:00 - 9:30 a.m.
Speaker: Michael Veltri
Room: Cibolo Canyon Ballroom 5 & 6

Achieve peak performance—with balance, not burnout
When you set your sights high, peak performance can feel like a constant uphill battle.  Regardless of what we want to achieve in business or in life, transformation can be difficult. Its time to learn how to break through the cycle of stress and setbacks to act with clarity, purpose, and direction—achieving peak performance and transformation along the way. With pragmatic advice and wisdom drawn from the guiding principles of the Japanese martial art of Aikido, join us to learn how to identify and develop your own innate leadership qualities, turn setbacks into opportunities and defeat into victory, and  develop laser-like focus—even in high-stress environments
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10:00 - 11:00 a.m.
Speaker:
 Reggie Henry, CAE, ASAE
Room: Cibolo Canyon Ballroom 8 & 9

What every CEO Should Know about Office365 and the Future of Work
In the past decade, we’ve seen seismic shifts in the way people have conversations, create, manage and search for information. Similarly, there has been steady innovation in tools we use to access and consume information.  Come learn what you REALLY need to know about Office365 and the game changing tools that allow us to reimagine work! Hint: this ain’t about Word and Excel.

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