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Working Well's 2020 CEO Breakfast + Leadership Training

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FSU's Turnbull Conference Center

555 West Pensacola Street

Tallahassee, FL 32306

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Join Working Well for our 14th Annual CEO Breakfast on February 11, 2020!

Breakfast + Networking: 6:30 am
Keynote Speaker + Star Awards: 7:30 – 9:00 am
Leadership Training: 9:30 am-12:30 pm

Registration:

Breakfast, Keynote Speaker + Star Awards Program: Advance Registration $35, Event-day tickets $40

Leadership Training: $129

* NOTE: Breakfast Program and Training registrations are independent of one another. Participants may register for either one, or both. (Of course, we vote for both!)

About the CEO Breakfast:

Every year, Working Well hosts our standing-room-only CEO Breakfast to celebrate all that is being done within our community to advance well-being in the workplace. It all began in 2006 as a small gathering of community leaders discussing how to make their workplaces healthier. Attendance has more than tripled over the past several years and now attracts nationally-acclaimed speakers and thought leaders in the field of worksite well-being – as well as the attention of more than a few CEOs.

We’re proud to be on the cutting-edge of health and well-being, both individually and organizationally. The CEO Breakfast serves as a platform to shine the spotlight on both the work being done in Tallahassee as well as the people doing the work. This is where we announce our annual Star Awards, which recognize and highlight the people and organizations right here in Tallahassee who are making a difference.

Don’t miss your opportunity to begin the new year with this educational and motivational event!

Meet Our Speaker: Candace Bertotti

Candace Bertotti’s education includes degrees from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government (where she is currently on faculty teaching Arts of Communication), George Washington University, The University of Virginia, and Indiana University. She also teaches Negotiation at Georgetown Law. Candace works with an incredible range of audiences (from CEOs to coal miners), industries (from healthcare to high-tech), and organizations (from Homeland Security to Honda, Google, Mars Snack Food and hundreds of others) to deliver relevant and valuable skills that take their organizations to a higher level. Click here for more info on Candace.

At the CEO Breakfast, Candace will share why “Psychological Safety in the Workplace” is so critical to a thriving organization. In the 3-hour training immediately following the breakfast, Candace will teach participants the skills to create psychological safety in the workplace based on the NYT best seller Crucial Accountability: Tools for Resolving Violated Expectations, Broken Commitments and Bad Behavior.

About the Keynote Topic: Psychological Safety in the Workplace

The term psychological safety was first introduced to the workplace 20 years ago by Harvard Business School professor Amy Edmondson. Since then, researchers have validated and expounded on the idea that companies with a trusting workplace outperform those where trust is tenuous or lacking.

In her thought-provoking CEO Breakfast presentation, Candance Bertotti will share with us:

* The current state of psychological safety: new research shows most of us work in cultures of silence

* How to start building a culture of candid accountability and open dialogue

* Examples of behaviors that leaders can model to create a culture of psychological safety

About the Leadership Training: Crucial Accountability - Tools for Resolving Violated Expectations, Broken Commitments and Bad Behavior

We are excited to announce that once again we will offer a wonderful training opportunity directly following the CEO Breakfast! Our Breakfast Keynote Speaker Candace Bertotti will conduct a Leadership Training on Crucial Accountability.

This training was developed by Vital Smarts from the NYT best seller Crucial Accountability: Tools for Resolving Violated Expectations, Broken Commitments and Bad Behavior. It teaches a step-by-step process for enhancing accountability, improving performance, and ensuring execution. By learning how to talk about violated expectations in a way that solves problems while improving relationships, participants will improve individual, team, and organizational effectiveness and help create psychological safety in the workplace.

The training will be held immediately following the breakfast 9:30 AM-12:30 PM. The cost is $129 per person for this 3-hour interactive session. Gold, Silver and Training Sponsors receive the discounted rate of $99 per person on unlimited training registrations.



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555 West Pensacola Street

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