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IAAP 2017 Joint Arkansas/Oklahoma and Midwest Branch Event

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Clarion Hotel and Convention Center

2820 MO-76

Branson, MO 65616

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FRIDAY JUNE 9: Optional Dinner Event 6:00 p.m.
*Join us for an optional dinner event at Joe's Crab Shack. (Individuals will pay all of their own expenses for this dinner). Please e-mail Colleen Neill at midwest@iaap-hq.org to RSVP for this dinner event.
*Joe's Crab Shack - Branson Landing, 717 Branson Landing Blvd, Branson, MO 65616

SATURDAY JUNE 10: Breakfast (Cost is $4.99 for those staying at the hotel) 6:00 – 8:30 a.m.

Registration 8:30 – 9:00 a.m.

Understanding Self-Motivation | Tim Eberle 9:00 – 11:00 a.m.
During this session you will actively participate in a series of activities designed to demonstrate very specific tenets of the Self Determination Theory (Edward Deci) and Emotional Intelligence (Daniel Goleman) and a myriad of accrued benefits when these theories are practiced. Participants will identify 10 primary traits that highly successful groups demonstrate in order to succeed. Daniel Goleman's work shows that emotional intelligence is twice as important for success as IQ and technical skills combined. Exactly the skills needed at work, home and in our communities.

Learner Outcomes:

  • Participants will actively engage in problem solving activities that will lead to the identification of individual and group strengths needed for success.
  • Participants will practice specific team building skills such as interpersonal communication, trust, and leadership. Discussion will revolve around how these skill are used or under-utilized in the workplace.
  • Individuals will learn and practice the Self-Determination Theory by Edward Deci and Emotional Intelligence Theory by Daniel Goldman. Discussion will revolve around how these theories play-out in the workplace and how individuals and managers can use this information to increase productivity.
  • Individuals will complete the course feeling energized, motivated and successful. This will transfer back to the workplace as individuals recognize and value individual strengths that lead to team success.

Mr. Eberle is the owner/facilitator of the Leadership Ranch located in Republic, Missouri. Since graduating from college, Tim has been a successful entrepreneur and small business owner. Primarily working professionally in the field of Experiential Education since 1992; leading youth trips, building and inspecting challenge courses, facilitating educational and corporate groups. Tim has spent a great deal of time researching 'what makes individuals do what they do' and as a result he has found the Self Determination Theory by Edward Deci and Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman to play out again and again on the challenge course. His passion for this research is the reason for his success in this field. When Tim is not working with groups or inspecting challenge courses all over the USA, he is at home with his dogs reading, gardening and enjoying the facility and business that he has built on his own property.

Break 11:00 – 11:15 a.m.

Gratitude-Taking Appreciation & Recognition to the Next Level! | LaDonna Greiner 11:15 – 12:15 p.m.
Creating an enjoyable workplace, where people connect and respect each other, is crucial to a successful profitable organization. Discover how key principles, gratitude and understanding “appreciation diversity,” help organizations build trust, break down silos, and rebuild teams that realize how their actions have an impact on their internal and external customers. Managers learn how to create a safe environment for expressions of gratitude. All participants learn how to frame the message of appreciation so that it is meaningful to the receiver.

Objective: To explore the benefits of gratitude in the workplace and introduce tools for increasing gratitude including an overview of “appreciation diversity” and how to communicate gratitude and encouragement based on the receiver’s preference. We’ll also learn how increasing meaningful appreciation can improve the bottom line.

Learner Outcomes:

  • Appreciation, Recognition, Employee Engagement, Employee Satisfaction – What’s the difference?
  • Gratitude Works! Research and studies showing benefits and outcomes.
  • Easy and inexpensive methods of implementing gratitude/appreciation for an improved ROI on your most valuable asset - employees. As time allows, we touch on how to:

    - Build more positive relationships within your team.
    - Reduce cynicism, sarcasm, and distrust among coworkers.
    - Increase trust and your understanding of each other’s difference.
    - Create a more enjoyable work environment for management, staff, and volunteers.
  • The bottom line impact.

BIO:
LaDonna Greiner is a Certified Facilitator of Appreciation at Work and Motivating by Appreciation Inventory, two programs based on The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace, by Chapman and White. She brings the benefits of gratitude and appreciation into the workplace with enthusiasm and creativity. As a Certified Appreciation at Work Facilitator and author of the book series, 21 Reasons to Say Thank You; she helps strengthen organizations by working with leadership to cultivate a culture of appreciation that increases productivity, improves attendance, retention, and customer relations. The results: a stronger organization that attracts high quality employees and loyal customers. For more than 25 years her focus has been gratitude and giving. Her work with high-wealth individuals has helped to raise funds for World Vision, Boys & Girls Clubs, Hospice, Big Brothers Big Sisters, and other nonprofits. LaDonna is a graduate of Drury University and a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE). She volunteers with BBBS, 1 Million Cups, Business As a Ministry, Association for Women in Communication, and the Association of Fundraising Professionals. LaDonna is the President/CEO of LG Consulting & Training, LLC.

Networking Lunch (provided to all attendees) 12:15 – 1:30 p.m.

Bridging the Misunderstanding Gap | Colleen Neill 1:30 – 3:30 p.m.
During this program we will discuss individual communication styles and personalities and how those styles can work together in any situation. The objectives for this program are:

Learner Outcomes:

  • To be able to recognize that people have personalities and so do jobs.
  • To be able to recognize that everyone can learn skills that will help communication and enable you to understand the other personalities.
  • To be able to smooth out natural personality "differences" so that more can be accomplished in an environment that is cohesive and team-oriented.

Break 3:30 – 3:45 p.m.

Organizational Skills, Tips & Tricks | Colleen Neill 3:45 – 4:45 p.m.
If it seems like you are always trying to get organized, but never quite get there -- this is the program for you. Learn to master time, space, and priorities to help you get organized, and get the tips to help you stay that way. This program will discuss specific areas of organizational skills which overlap and can help attendees to best manage time, space, deadlines and priorities. During this program active participants will look at:

Learner Outcomes:

  • how they manage their time.
  • the best way to manage their space based on personal preferences.
  • identifying the most important deadlines.
  • being able to successfully identify and juggle priorities.

Bio:
Colleen Neill is currently employed full-time as the United Way 2-1-1 Community Partnerships Coordinator for 28 counties in Southwest Missouri. Colleen is an adjunct instructor for Ozarks Technical Community College and Missouri State University. As the sole proprietor of Neill Communications, Colleen has more than 15 years' experience in designing and delivering professional development workshops for large organizations and small businesses. Her presentation style has been described as upbeat and humorous. Her "in the trenches" experience creates workshops with practical application value. Colleen completed her undergrad at Drury University in Communication/Public Relations. She has completed a Master of Science in Administrative Studies and a Master of Arts in Communication at Missouri State University.

Closing Remarks 4:45 – 5:00 p.m

Showboat Branson Belle Dinner Cruise 7:00 – 11:00 p.m.
*Join us for an optional dinner event (Individuals will pay all of their own expenses for this dinner). Please e-mail Colleen Neill at midwest@iaap-hq.org for information on how to RSVP for this dinner event.
*Showboat Branson Belle Dinner Cruise - 4800 MO-165, Branson, MO 65616

Upon completion of the Branch Event Practical Application, this event offers the opportunity for 8 IAAP CAP recertification points.

Branch Directors: Colleen Neill, CAP-OM, CRS, MSAS, MA and Mary Madick, CAP-OM (Midwest@iaap-hq.org; and arkansas_oklahoma@iaapa-hq.org)

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