AMCI Annual Meeting Keynotes Look To Inspire, Challenge Attendees

AMC Institute’s Annual Meeting (February 16 – 18) is quickly coming up. We are excited to see many of our members in Colorado Springs, at The Broadmoor. We are also very excited to be able to share some excellent keynote speakers with our attendees.  AMCI’s keynotes this year are planning to share some very exciting, engaging conversations with you! Want to know more about the speakers and their topics? Continue reading below!


Dean Savoca - Collective Intelligence: Tapping Into Our Wisdom As We Navigate New Terrain

Being at a conference is often the only time you're in the same room with your AMC colleagues.  Electronic and virtual communications have nearly eliminated face-to-face discussions - especially with people who don't work right next to you.  Use this rare conference opportunity to gather your associates together to identify and discuss your most pressing issues, and walk away with strategies, ideas, and richer relationships for future collaboration. 

The key to achieving all this in an allotted amount of time is Collective Intelligence, a method by which participants create their own agenda to address common issues, share resources, and develop solutions. 


Traci Scherck - Turn Your Team into a Powerhouse Using People Analytics

Improve your team’s performance. Turn your team into one that trust each other, communicates, and holds each other accountable to maximize your bottom line. Teams are not effective if they do not have trust and communication. To improve your team’s performance, you first must understand who you are and how you do your best work with other people. Then you will learn about your team. Focusing on the strategy that your team needs to implement. Learn by mapping out the group’s strengths how to work together to meet the objectives.


Christina Rowe - Needs of a Leader, from Community to Psychological Safety

In this unique and highly engaging session, Christina Rowe, MSOL will lead us through how to foster the strengths in our emerging leaders, meet their need to thrive, and how the most senior leadership can help their organizations grow as psychologically safe environments that help individuals contribute on a massive scale, no matter the budget. With a panel of diverse leaders, we’ll hear firsthand how to foster the talent in our organizations without exhausting ourselves or our resources and learn how to reduce roadblocks along the way!

This session is the perfect combination for emerging leaders to learn how to express their needs and for organizational leaders to learn how to engage their top talent!


Keith Roberts - Level Up Your Life: Be Happier, Creative & More Productive

Most of us have the same raw materials from the moment we take our first breath of air; what separates those who achieve more than others or those who are happier is how they use and refine those raw materials. So what are you going to do with the gift of this life? Find your way by understanding your reason for being and learn the tools, structure, and discipline to start living your best life.


Jess Pettitt - Conversations That Matter

Let’s face it, there are people and topics that at some point are just off limits.  You just can’t do it or them right now.  Even worse, often it is a difficult topic that you have to bring up with a difficult person.

What if you could engage in these conversations with more confidence, humor, and ease?  No matter the person or topic, you are your best tool for conversations that matter.  Understanding yourself and others as differently right gives you the tools to intentionally design teams, groups, and partnerships that can bring value to a single project or topic.  We are all frustrating to someone, and at times even to ourselves.


If you have not yet registered for AMCI’s Annual Meeting, there is still time to register so you can come hear these amazing keynotes.

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