Building A Stronger Community

Agenda

The following is the general agenda for the event.  This is subject to change.

Youth First 2019

February 8, 2019

8:00am – Vendor Check-in
8:30am – Participant Registration
9:00am – Vendor Exhibits Open
9:30am – Breakfast / Auditorium Opens
10:00am – Welcome & Introduction
10:30am – Keynote Presentation (Description Below)
12:00pm – Lunch / Vendor Exhibits Open
1:00pm – Afternoon Session
1:45pm – Snack Break
2:45pm – Vendor Prize Giveaways / Closing Remarks


Keynote Presentation

BOLD NEW YOU!

Justin Patton,
Executive Leadership Coach

If you want to be a great leader of others you must start by being a great leader of yourself! Empowering leaders take responsibility for their energy and the impact it creates. They understand the presence and mindset they show up with every day is shaping their ability to connect, build trust, and play to the level of their potential. BOLD NEW YOU! has leaders identify their authentic brand, discuss the #1 trait that holds leaders back personally and professionally, and explore the three core energy levels that shape leadership credibility. You can expect this keynote to be highly interactive and engaging. More importantly, it will challenge you to create a radical transformation on how you view yourself so you can play bigger and lead better in all areas of your life.

Download Justin’s Bio Here!


Afternoon Breakout Session

Mindfulness

Dana Pulley

Dana is an accomplished leader, coach, facilitator and consultant who has learned first-hand how mindful awareness enables you to lead and live in a more fulfilling way. For more than 25 years, she’s brought her contagious passion for growth and development to individuals and organizations. Dana is a frequent speaker and workshop facilitator on mindfulness, embodied learning, and the intersection with neuroscience. She is a certified corporate-based mindfulness instructor with the Potential Project. She teaches mindfulness at a variety of organizations including Airbus, Accenture, Deloitte, Georgetown University, the Nature Conservancy and the Society for Human Resources Management.