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2016 Accredited Executive Leadership Forum
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November 9-11, 2016
Baltimore Marriott Waterfront
Baltimore, MD

 

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Join us for the 2016 Accredited Executive Leadership Forum November 9-11, 2016 at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront! Exclusively for Accredited AMCs, this two-day forum developed by UMBC Training Centers: Center for Leadership and Innovation and Betamore will explore different types of innovation, components of an intrapreneurial mindset, and disruptive interventions that successfully create adaptable business while exploring best practices for building support and ensuring positive outcomes during change initiatives.

REGISTRATION 

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  First Registrant Additional Registrants
Early Bird Registration
(On or before September 19)
 $895  $795
Regular Registration
(After September 19)
 $995 $895


LOCATION

Baltimore Marriott Waterfront
700 Aliceanaa Street
Baltimore, MD
Phone: (410) 385-3000

HOUSING

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Baltimore Marriott Waterfront
Room Rate: $199
Deadline: October 18, 2016

PROGRAM

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November 9, 2016

6:00pm

Welcome Reception

Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore


November 10, 2016

8:00 am Registration Opens

8:00am - 9:00am Breakfast

9:00am - 12:00pm PART ONE: EXPLORING INNOVATION AS LEADERSHIP

Building an Innovation Framework Throughout Your Business

Gib Mason, Chief Operating Officer, VP of Finance and Administration, and Director of the Center for Leadership and Innovation, Facilitator

When providing intensive scalable resources to a variety of organizations, there is a high demand on increasing effectiveness and bringing new ideas to the table. Innovation is not limited to a particular category, and innovation types can be applied to a variety of components throughout a business. In this session, participants will explore different types of innovation and determine which strategies best align with their business goals a
nd objectives.

Takeaways

  • Foster an environment of innovation customized for an enterprise's internal and external business systems.
  • Embrace failures as a means of testing various innovation types to drive learning and strengthen your business.
  • Target key areas within your business to maximize the integration of multiple innovation types and strategies.

12:00pm - 1:00pm Lunch

1:00pm - 4:00pm

Broadening Your Intrapreneurial Mindset
Greg Cangialosi, CEO at MissionTix, Cofounder and Chairman of the Board at Betamore

The strong sense of initiative implicit in intrapreneurial thinking sharpens the competitive edge a business must retain to stay viable. In this session, participants will discuss the components of an intrapreneurial mindset and how, as a leader, they can disrupt the rules of the game and encourage others within their business to do the same.

Takeaways

  • Define and develop the instincts of an entrepreneurial, intrapreneurial, and socialpreneurial mindset.
  • Apply intrapreneurial competencies to frame the challenges you face and disrupt the rules of the game.
5:00pm

Networking and Dinner

Cinghiale

 
November 11, 2016

 8:00am - 9:00am Breakfast

 9:00am - 12:00pm PART TWO: CHANGE MANAGEMENT

Becoming an Agent of Change
Gib Mason, Chief Operating Officer, VP of Finance and Administration, and Director of the Center for Leadership and Innovation, Facilitator

As agents of change, leaders should always question the status quo and drive the business toward improvement through identifying and affecting positive change. To implement effective organizational and “deep” change, leaders must address the psychology of change and its impact on the business as well as its employees. In this session, participants will hear about examples of disruptive interventions that successfully created adaptable business while exploring best practices for building support and ensuring positive outcomes during change initiatives.
 

Takeaways

  • Employ enthusiastic leadership as an agent of change.
  • Build the physical and psychological environments capable of experiencing constant change while embracing it.
  • Leverage change- and agile-oriented strategies across your business.
12:00pm - 1:00pm Lunch

1:00pm Adjourn


Faculty

Gib Mason

Chief Operating Officer, VP of Finance and Administration, and Director of the Center for Leadership and Innovation, Facilitator

Gib has three decades of experience in organizational stewardship and cultural development. He has an extensive history of helping various companies drive rapid growth and instill winning cultures. He currently serves as the COO, VP of Finance & Administration, and Director of the Center for Leadership and Innovation at UMBC Training Centers. Some of his past growth-oriented, organizational and cultural development experiences include:


  • As CFO at EMG Corp, a national environmental and engineering assessment-consulting firm, he was instrumental in turning around the company by creating a period of significant change and growth. Under his direction EMG, doubled its revenue and increased its EBITDA seven-fold in two years.
  • Gib played a major role as the CFO and COO during his time at 180s, Inc., a branded consumer-products company. He assisted in transforming it from a four teammate and $1million revenue firm in 1999 to a global company of over 100 teammates and $45 million in revenue by 2004. He was instrumental in the development and refinement of 180s financial, operations, and human capital strategies.
  • Gib continues to coach multiple senior executives in a variety of industries, from construction firms to some of the largest wealth management firms in the country. He has a depth of experience in strategic development in ten different industries and works closely with senior management in visioning their future.

Gib graduated cum laude from UMBC with a Bachelor's Degree in Economics and has earned a Master's Degree in Organizational Development from Johns Hopkins University's Carey School of Business. In addition, Gib is a Certified Public Accountant. He also helped develop and instructs in UMBC's Entrepreneurship & Innovation Minor Program.

Greg Cangialosi

CEO at MissionTix, Cofounder and Chairman of the Board at Betamore, Speaker

Greg is an entrepreneur and early stage investor based in Baltimore, MD. He is the Chairman & co-founder of Betamore, a Baltimore based urban campus for technology and entrepreneurship, the co-chair of the Baltimore Angels, and the CEO of MissionTix. Prior to this, his company Blue Sky Factory, a leading email marketing service provider, was acquired by WhatCounts in July of 2011. Greg also serves on the board of the Baltimore Development Corporation and the National Advisory Council on Innovation & Entrepreneurship under the US Department of Commerce. He holds a BA in English from UMBC, is a seasoned lecturer on marketing & entrepreneurship and is also the lead author of “The Business Podcasting Book,” a primer on new media for marketers. Greg lives in Baltimore with his wife, Theresa, and daughter, Gabriella, and enjoys traveling and lots of live music.


FACILITATING ORGANIZATIONS


UMBC Training Centers: Center for Leadership and Innovation

UMBC Training Centers is part of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC). As an Honors University in Maryland, UMBC is a member of the University System of Maryland, and is also a highly regarded national research university with a strong focus on education, workforce development, and research. UMBC Training Centers extends the academic excellence of UMBC to working professionals, federal and state government agencies, and corporate clients through the delivery of professional, scientific, and technical programs and consulting services.


The Center for Leadership and Innovation prides itself on its experience for delivering valuable leadership, professional development, instructional design systems, and consulting programs and services. The CLI delivers programs and services across all levels of organizations, from emerging individuals with limited experience to executives with years of experience who act as strategic leaders for their respective organizations.

The CLI offers a continuum of critical skills from leadership to innovation, supported by the cutting-edge model of Lead to Innovate. With innovation at its core, the CLI equips individuals with critical training skills through a revolutionary lens. The Lead to Innovate continuum touches individuals from all levels, from beginners to power users, and is customizable for meeting specific organizational requirements.


 

Betamore

Betamore is an award-winning coworking space, incubator and campus for technology and entrepreneurship. With its mission to make Baltimore a global entrepreneurship destination, Betamore has been home to 100+ companies that have collectively raised more than $52M in venture capital and in 2015 contributed $13.5M to Baltimore City's economy.

Established in 2012, Betamore actively supports, launches and grows technology-based startup companies by delivering on three core pillars: incubation, education and community development. Its education offerings have served over 14,000 attendees and 200+ Academy graduates. Through its community development efforts, Betamore continues to support and engage more than 140 companies in the region. Through its Advisory Board, Betamore connects 90 of the region’s highest profile leaders to the Betamore membership to provide businesses with guidance and mentorship.

 

 

   

SPONSOR

 

Visit Baltimore

 

Visit Baltimore generates economic benefits for Baltimore City through the attraction of convention, group and leisure visitors, and works to provide a positive experience for all guests.  Visit Baltimore is the official destination marketing organization (DMO) for Baltimore. Established in 1982, we are a 501(c)(6) not-for-profit corporation.

 

Visit Baltimore serves as the liaison between customers and stakeholders. Customers include meeting planners, tour operators, individual tourists and media. Stakeholders include government, citizens and member organizations. Member organizations represented include lodging, dining, arts, attractions, shopping, transportation, associations and government agencies.  Visit Baltimore helps generate economic benefits for the Greater Baltimore region through the power of collaboration and partnership.  Visit Baltimore inspires people to visit our great destination and to experience the products and services offered by our stakeholders.  Visit Baltimore provides stakeholders with the necessary tools and information to make their products and services competitive in the marketplace.  Our vision is for all stakeholders and citizens of Greater Baltimore to support the local tourism industry because they understand how the economic benefits generated - jobs and revenues - improve their quality of life.


   

 

 

VENUES

 

Baltimore Marriott Waterfront

Discover waterfront relaxation in the heart of Baltimore  with spacious, tastefully designed hotel rooms and an extensive array of first-class amenities, as well as a terrific hotel location in downtown's bustling Harbor East district, just steps from top-quality shopping and dining. Travel brilliantly with us at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront.

Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore

Nestled at the edge of Baltimore’s Harbor East waterfront stands a soaring glass tower, the luxurious Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore.  A stunning urban retreat, this Baltimore five-star Hotel delights with world-class service and commanding water views of the historic Inner Harbor. 
 
 

 
 Magdalena 

A fine-dining bistro, is both informal and thrilling, a culinary jewel of Baltimore.  The cross-cultural menu is built upon the finest local ingredients, and changes with the seasons and the inspiration of the chef.

Cinghiale 
“Wild Boar” in Italian – celebrates the richness and style of the Italian table. 

 
   



QUESTIONS


Contact Katie Agard, Director of Programs, at
kagard@amcinstitute.org or +1.571.527.3108 x 104.

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