2017 Activate Human Capital Conference
$50 – $500
2017 Activate Human Capital Conference

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Desert Willow Conference Center

4340 East Cotton Center Boulevard

Phoenix, AZ 85040

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Breakthrough to a new level of employee engagement by attending the Activate Human Capital Conference on April 28, 2017 at the Desert Willow Conference Center in Phoenix, Arizona. Join Activate Human Capital and Conscious Capitalism Arizona as they bring together business owners, leaders, managers and more to discuss People-Focused Principles of Management that will increase productivity and revenue, reduce employee turnover, and create sustainable workplaces.

Throughout the morning, you will hear from speakers and panelists on facilitating the principles in practice and how to best prepare current and future managers.

During the breakout sessions you will have the opportunity to hone in on one specific principle, sharing your thoughts and hearing from others in similar positions who have successfully implemented that particular principle.

INCREDIBLE PRESENTERS
John Hofmeister, Former President, Shell Oil Company
Mark Bonsall , General Manager and CEO, Salt River Project
Scott McIntosh, Co-Founder, Conscious Capitalism Arizona
Richard Morrison, Founder, Activate Human Capital
Jim Hunter, Founder and CEO, PeopleBest

FANTASTIC MODERATORS
Andrew Bernier, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiatives
Ed Reilly,
President and CEO, American Management Association
Brian Mohr,
Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Y Scouts

AMAZING PANELISTS
Amy Hillman, Dean, W.P. Carey School of Business
Craig Van Slyke, Dean, W.A. Franke School of Business
Joe Carella,
Assistant Dean, Eller Executive Education
Raveen Arora,
Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Think Human-Global Initiative
Hayfa Aboukier,
Operations, SaaS Industries
Erica McFadden, Executive Director, Arizona Developmental Disabilities Planning Council
Steve Seleznow, President and CEO, Arizona Community Foundation

KNOWLEDGEABLE BREAKOUT FACILITATORS
Vicki Sandler, Former CEO, APS Energy Services (Give People a Purpose)
Kim Covington, Senior Director of Community Initiatives, Arizona Community Foundation (Communicate Widely)
Kimber Lanning, Founder and Executive Director, Local First Arizona (Accomodate/Manage Change)
Sharon Dauk, Executive Coach, Sharon Dauk Consulting (Accomodate/Manage Change)
Thom Reilly, Director, Morrison Institute for Public Policy (Create a Culture of Worth)
John Lewis, President and CEO, East Valley Partnership (Create a Culture of Hope)
Steve Seleznow, President and CEO, Arizona Community Foundation (Reward Performance)
Mark Bonsall , General Manager and CEO, Salt River Project (
Create a Vision of Participation in Determining the Future of the Company)
Craig Van Slyke, Dean, W.A. Franke School of Business (Express Gratitude)

THE PEOPLE-FOCUSED PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT:
1. Give people a purpose
2. Communicate widely
3. Accommodate/manage change
4. Create a culture of worth
5. Create a culture of hope
6. Reward performance
7. Create a vision of participation in determining the future of the company

8. Express gratitude


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