Monday at 0815h

 

Joe Tye,  CEO and Head Coach of Values Coach

Joe Tye is a leading authority on values-based life and leadership skills and strategies, and on building a culture of ownership on a foundation of values in organizations. Culture does not change until people change.

To face the challenges of today’s turbulent and hypercompetitive world, you need more than a pep rally. Joe will provide attendees with values-based skills, tools, and strategies – and the inspiration to put them to work.

Joe earned a masters degree in hospital administration from the University of Iowa and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He is the author or coauthor of twelve books. His newest book is All Hands on Deck: 8 Essential Lessons for Building a Culture of Ownership, a business parable with a crucial real-world message for today’s organizations. Prior to founding Values Coach in 1994, Joe was chief operating officer for a large community teaching hospital. On the volunteer front, he was founding president of the Association of Air Medical Services and a leading activist fighting against unethical tobacco industry marketing practices. Joe and his wife Sally have two adult children. They live on a small farmstead in Iowa, and their second home is a tent in the Grand Canyon.

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Tuesday at 1100h
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Jack Harris

People typically begin their careers with passion, idealism, and enthusiasm – often thinking, “I can’t believe they pay me to do this job.” Almost immediately, the “realities of the profession” (day-to-day pressures & demands) challenge and take a significant toll on even the most experienced and capable people.

Without an effective strategy, your organization risks, at best, decreased employee motivation and production, and at worst, the loss of your best asset, talented and valuable people.

This presentation focuses on preventing the day-to-day pressures from destroying the very things people work so hard to build. The participants will learn how harmony and resilience are essential to their long-term professional and personal well-being.

Jack is a Licensed Professional Counselor (by the Arizona Board of Behavioral Heath Examiners), trained mediator, Board Certified Expert in Traumatic Stress by the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress and an approved instructor for the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation. His interest in Helping Keep Good People Good began during his twenty years with the Tucson, Arizona Police Department; where he held a wide variety of operational and administrative executive-level management positions. He holds a Master’s Degree from the University of Arizona and a Bachelor’s Degree from Western Illinois University.

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