CSAE PEAK Luncheon
Emerging Practices for Optimal
Learning, Content and Speakers
October 6, 2017
9:45 AM: Registration
10:00 AM: Best Practices in Working with
Third Party Planners (CSAE Professional Members Only)
11:00 AM: Registration and Networking; 11:30 AM: Luncheon
12:15 AM: Panel Presentation: Emerging Practices for Optimal Learning, Content and Speakers
Fogo de Chão, 1513 Wynkoop St., Denver, CO 80202
Creativity and innovation are musts for transforming traditional educational content and delivery methods into a system that speaks to today’s learner. With limited time, attention, and patience, new and diverse audiences are demanding that traditional learning move to a fun, interactive, and rapid-paced learning experience. To meet these demands associations are learning to adapt and create customized learning experiences that honor the attendee, maximize thought-leader delivery, and meet key learning objectives. Integration with technology becoming a primary tool for optimizing this shift in content, delivery structure, and the positioning of thought leaders.
Join us as association leaders “Tell Their Story” on what their association is doing to sharpen, modify, and reposition their education; and what they are thinking about and the technology platforms they are using or considering for transforming materials, and deliverables.
Who should attend?
- Association CEOs
- Education Directors
- Technology Directors
- Meeting Managers & Staff
Luncheon Panel Presentation (11:30 AM-1:00 PM)
Moderator: Rhonda Scurek, Manager Member Development
Housing & Building Association of Colorado Springs
Developing a “Must Have “ Program That Sells Out and Has People Wanting More
Tom Peterson, Executive Director
Colorado Asphalt Pavement Association
Working with Speakers; Delivering Education Materials Electronically
Dana Mansell, Education Director
Obesity Medicine Association
Project Management Technology for Managing Speakers and Content
Stephanie Blackstock, President
Ascent Meetings and Management
Taking Educational Training to the Next Level
Member Engagement Manager
Colorado Association of Mechanical and Plumbing Contractors
Plus join us before lunch for . . .
Best Practices in Working with
Third Party Planners (10:00 – 11:00 AM)
(An exclusive extra for professional members only;
no guests or associate members please)
|Are there advantages to working with a third party planner? How do you select the right one? How do you manage and exceed expectations? What are the pitfalls to avoid? Peter Wann, Director of Global Accounts, Conference Direct will team with Rhonda Scurek, Manage of Member Development, Housing & Building Association of Colorado Springs, to share best practices for making appropriate choices. You’ll leave with tips that every professional must understand in today’s meeting environment where time, revenue, and exceeding member expectations is a must
When: October 6, 2017
9:45 AM: Registration
10:00 AM: Pre-Luncheon Discussion (CSAE Professional Members Only)
11:00 AM: Registration and Networking
11:30 AM: Luncheon
12:15 AM: Panel Presentation
Where: Fogo de Chão, 1513 Wynkoop St., Denver, CO 80202
$39.00 for CSAE Members (After October 5: $49)
$59.00 for Non-CSAE Members (After October 5: $69.00)
$20.00 for Students (Must be full time student at a recognized college or university
Panel Presentation-1 Hour
Pre-luncheon Discussion-1 Hour
Luncheon Sponsored by
CSAE Professional Members in attendance
will receive a coupon for a complimentary future
lunch from Fogo de Chão.
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