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2018 Boise Vistage Executive Summit

Hosted in Boise

Thursday, March 15, 2018

8:00 am - 4:45 pm

 

Driving Dynamic Decisions

Executives are in the business of making decisions. Game-changing decisions. Make-or-break decisions. Decisions no one else can make.

 

You can’t see into the future. But you can improve your ability to make more effective decisions.

What is the Vistage Executive Summit?

A powerful event designed entirely for executives. Dynamic expert speakers leave you with insights to expand your perspectives, refine your instincts and improve your judgment – all of which will help you make better decisions. Peer-to-peer interactive breakout sessions will explore how to approach current challenges to uncover opportunities.

Attend the Vistage Executive Summit to:

  • Optimize your business. Uncover new opportunities using fresh perspectives from trusted experts.
  • Enhance your leadership. Sharpen your focus on the areas of greatest opportunity.
  • Lead with innovation. Bring a higher level of creativity and problem solving skills to your organization.

 

Agenda

Jack’s Urban Meeting Place
 

Event Speakers

Breakout sessions

Breakfast Breakouts | Family Business

Location/Time: | 8:15 -9:15 AM

Join us for breakfast and peer-to-peer conversations exploring your current challenges, roadblocks and opportunities around your family-owned or operated business. Members will have the chance to meet other family business members and address issues such as:
  • What is the biggest challenge facing your family business right now?
  • Where are you with succession planning and how is it going?
  • What type of family governance do you have in place?
  • How do you become more relevant to the generations in the business so you don’t have ‘third gen failure?’
Members are encouraged to bring their own challenges to this interactive session. Everyone is welcome. Hosted by the Family Business Network.
 

Breakfast Breakouts | Women in Leadership

Location/Time: | 8:15 -9:15 AM

Join us for breakfast and peer-to-peer conversations exploring your current challenges and opportunities facing today's women business leaders. Members will have the chance to meet other regional female members and address questions such as:
  • What’s your vision for yourself and/or your company in the next 2-3 years? Anything that might get in the way?
  • What tools/skills have served you best in your success as a leader? What new tools/opportunities do you need to continue your growth?
  • When have you spoken truth to power? And, when you did that, what changed in your leadership and/or in your life?
Members are encouraged to bring their own challenges to this interactive session. Everyone is welcome. Hosted by the Women in Leadership Network.
 

Lunch Breakout | How to Build and Retain Engaged Teams: the key to unlocking maximum productivity

Location/Time: | 11:45 - 1:15 PM

Presenter: Adam Weber, Co-founder, Emplify

According to the Vistage Confidence Index, talent management is a top concern for members this year. Retaining your top talent is paramount for growing your organization and reaching those yearly targets. Join Emplify Co-founder, Adam Weber, to:
  • Learn proven methods and best practices for retaining team members.
  • Understand what actually motivates your employees and how to foster that within your culture.
  • Learn the simple, actionable process you can immediately implement in your organization for optimum employee engagement.
  • Hear real-life examples and success stories from Vistage companies implementing these strategies for unprecedented business results.
 

Lunch Breakout | Transcendent Hiring

Location/Time: | 11:45 - 1:15 PM

Presenter: Robert Courser, Senior Partner, Predictive Synergistic Systems

As a leader, the single most important job you have is getting the right people into the right roles. Yet according to research, 46% of all new hires fail in the first 18 months. In this session, we unpack some of the reasons why we’re so bad at hiring. But more importantly, we’ll give you new ways to think about hiring and actionable ways to drastically improve your game when it comes to finding, assessing and closing the candidates that will allow your business to thrive.

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Location

Jack’s Urban Meeting Place
1000 W Myrtle St
Boise, ID
 
Executives are in the business of making decisions.

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