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Jan LDT Track 1 Agenda - Chapter Leadership Tools/Resources

 

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TRACK 1 - NAWBO Chapter Leadership Tools and Resources

“Creating Leaders for a World of Change”

Scottsdale, Arizona- January 25, 2019

The Saguaro Scottsdale - Boutique Old Town Hotel  

8:00am  Complimentary Breakfast, La Plaza

8:20-8:30am  Welcome and Words of Inspiration:  Jen Earle, CEO & Remarks from Arizona Senator Sinema and Senator McSally, Anchusa Room 1

8:30-8:35am Senator Kyrsten Sinema Video

8:35-8:45am  Molly Gimmel, National Board Chair and Senator Martha McSally

8:45-9:15am  2019 NAWBO Initiatives: Molly Gimmel, National Board Chair

9:15-9:30am  Presidents Assembly Updates: Lisa Coppola, Presidents Assembly Chair

Donna9:30-10:30am  Building a Thriving Culture, Presented by Donna Musilli
Anchusa Room 1
Participants will be exposed to a simple illustration that will challenge them to think about culture in a fresh, new way. The audience will be challenged to reflect on their personal role in building a drama-free workplace; one where everyone thrives.

10:30am-10:45am  Morning Break

10:45-11:30am  Managing Personalities, Conflict and other Road Blocks to Successful Board Leadership, Presented by Candice Gottleib ClarkAnchusa Room 1
Candice

Creating a successful NAWBO Chapter takes strong leadership and a cohesive Board.  But the skills which make each member a successful entrepreneur, are different than the leadership skills needed in the role of Board Member.  Discover ways to support the success of your NAWBO Chapter, while learning skills that will build your relationships both within and beyond this organization.

This program will teach:

  • Techniques that encourage participation
  • Strategies for building consensus and collaborative decision making
  • Skills for proactively managing conflict

Katie11:30am-12:30pm  A Quick Guide to Effective Board Management, Presented by Katie Adams FarrellAnchusa Room 1

This session will provide an essential overview of best practices for Board management and governance for NAWBO chapters. Topics include Board structure, recruitment, financial responsibility, conflicts of interest, and more. It will answer common questions from active and prospective Board members like "What is my role?" and "How can I bring the most value?" 

Takeaways:

  • Tips on structuring your Board and running effective meetings
  • Governance and compliance best practices (filing your 990, Conflict of Interest statement)
  • Strategies for assigning roles that will keep your Board members engaged 

12:30-1:45pm  Networking Lunch, La Plaza

1:45-2:45pm  Sharing Best Practices, Anchusa Room 1

You are one our chapters across the country working towards the same mission. Don’t reinvent the wheel. Learn what works in other chapters and share what is working for you! 

Round One- Best Practice Table Discussions

  • Board Succession & Governance   
  • 5-Star Healthy Chapter Program  
  • Membership/ Diversity and Inclusion
  • Conflict Resolution 

Round Two - Corporate Sponsorship Panel - Moderated by Tanya Allen, National Board Member
Panelists: Jean Briese, DJ Heckes and Meredith Cox

Learn from our chapters that a process in place that is working for sponsorship outreach

2:45-3:15pm Afternoon Break with Special Stress Reduction Exercise

Being in business is both exciting and stressful.  Knowing how to release stress and tension is a powerful tool to keep you healthy, focused, and able to enjoy your work.  In this 6-minute experience you’ll learn a method to prevent or quickly release tension headaches.

Priscilla3:15-4:15pm  Empathic Leadership: Becoming a Leader Who CAREs, Presented by Priscilla Archangel, Ph.D.Anchusa Room 1

There’s a familiar phrase, “People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.” Leaders with who care demonstrate empathy, a form of social awareness and a critical component in building emotional intelligence. They sense others’ emotions, understand their perspectives, and take an active interest in their concerns. This builds engagement and connection with employees and members. Learn the four traits of empathyto become a leader who CAREs. 

4:15-4:30pm  Leveraging Your Time & Strengthening Our Brand, Presented by Megan Patton and Michele Schina, Anchusa Room 1
Make your life easier and your chapter more sustainable by understanding the 5-Star Program and how we use it to connect local chapters across the country. 

4:30pm-5:00pm  Free Time

5:00-6:30pm  Happy Hour Reception in La Plaza

Note: Agenda subject to change