Young Professionals Annual Conference 2016
The 2016 Young Professionals Conference on November 4 will be unlike any other in 2016! Our line-up of presenters feature some local all-stars of professional development including McKeel Hagerty of Hagerty, Nathan Havey of Thrive Consulting and award-winning speaker and life coach Anne Bonney. Break-out sessions will include programs on team empowerment, leadership skill building, creating a great workplace culture and much more. Registration includes continental breakfast, lunch and a social hour at the conclusion. You won’t want to miss this incredible day of personal and professional enrichment.
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Breakout sessions speakers
Anne Bonney, Life Coach
Nathan Havey, Thrive Consulting
Jennifer VanAlstine, BreakForth Business Services, LLC
Agenda: (subject to change)
8:30-9:00am Registration sign-in, continental breakfast provided
9:00-9:15am Opening from Chamber/YP Chair
9:15-10:00am Keynote Speaker – McKeel Hagerty
10:15-11:45am Breakout Sessions (45 minutes each – Pick 1 of 2 in each 45 min session)
Breakout Session 1: 10:15-11:00am
Option A: Empowering Your Team – Anne Bonney
Option B: Sometimes You Win, Sometimes You Learn – Jennifer VanAlstine
Breakout Session 2: 11:05-11:50am
Option C: Great Leadership Starts with Self Leadership – Anne Bonney
Option D: Stop chasing “Success”: How to make money and meaning while building a career (and a life) you love – Nathan Havey
12:00-1:00pm Lunch (12:30-1pm Entertainment Surprise)
12:45-1:15pm Check-in for those attending DISC – Pick-up Personalized DISC Report
1:15-3:30pm Personalized DISC Assessment – Group Review & Training , by Dave Vermilye
**2:30-4pm Special session for employers of YPs with Nathan Havey – Forget the Ping Pong Table: How to really build a great workplace culture that will engage, retain, increase the value of young professionals.
3:45-5:00pm Happy hour, appetizers, door prizes, networking
CLICK HERE to register for the Conference.
Employers – CLICK HERE to register for the Special session for employers of YPs with Nathan Havey – Forget the Ping Pong Table: How to really build a great workplace culture that will engage, retain, increase the value of young professionals.
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