*Committee Members Only
Jeff Eggers, Organizational Performance Expert and Executive Director of the McChrystal Group Leadership Institute
Human beings are innately resistant to change. Yet, we now find ourselves in one of the most transformative periods in history as a result of technology and demographics. With this talk, Eggers looks at how corporations can fight complacency, embrace rapid change, and drive innovation from the top down. Using historic examples, surprising stories, and anecdotes of companies who failed to adapt or leapfrogged the competition, Eggers paints a vivid picture for corporate survival in the 21st century.
Executive Director, McChrystal Group Leadership Institute
You will learn:
The eight elements of the Leadersights framework for organizational excellence
Three key structures for learning organizations
Eight ways to build satisfaction into every job, making the work people do more satisfying and engaging
CEO and President of Kenmore Envelope
Dr. Thomas Epperson
President of InnerWill
Scott Evans, CEO and President of Kenmore Envelope, and Dr. Thomas Epperson, President of InnerWill, will share the story of culture change, strategy, and leadership at Kenmore Envelope, a third-generation family business based in Richmond, Virginia.
Through Kenmore’s mistakes and victories, participants will learn about:
During this high-energy and interactive session, participants will also reflect on their organizations and learn why “Speed Wins.”
New members, prospects, first-time attendees, and spouses are invited to attend this special orientation. You will receive a brief overview of the Association from the EMA and GEA leadership. Following the orientation, there will be a reception to mix and mingle with the EMA leadership, committee chairs, and hosts.
All attendees are invited to the Welcome Reception. This is a great way to begin your meeting experience, meet colleagues and make new contacts.
Let’s celebrate The Greatest feeling of being together again. Step into the ring with the most significant and celebrated sporting figure of the 20th century, the greatest, Muhammed Ali. Join the EMA Industry Partners’ for a night full of fun entertainment, classic fights, photo ops, and more.
Note: All tours are based on certain minimums. If minimums are not met, tours may have to be cancelled.
Indulge in the aromatic aura of Nulu’s Maddox & Rose. You will explore the many scents available, customize your fragrance, and create a personalized lotion, sugar scrub, or 8-ounce room spray. Afterward, you will visit the Old 502 Winery. Using grapes grown by local Kentucky farmers, Old 502 Winery is crafting some of the most eclectic wines you will have the pleasure of tasting. Enjoy the tasting of four wines paired with chocolates in their newly renovated tasting room.
You will enjoy the sense of glamour surrounding the Kentucky Derby with the Kentucky Derby Museum’s Hatitude. Whether the style is a big brim with lots of trimmings or simple and chic, you can create your very own Kentucky Derby hat. Once your creations are complete, you can explore the Museum. The displays and interactive exhibits at the Kentucky Derby Museum bring the feel of Churchill Downs to life!
Registration is now open. Please click the links below to register
Louisville Marriott Downtown
280 West Jefferson
Louisville, Kentucky 40202 USA
The Louisville Marriott Downtown is located in the heart of downtown; steps from the front door, find attractions and entertainment like 4th Street Live!, KFC Yum! Center, and multiple distilleries.
The following guestroom rate has been guaranteed for the EMA 2021 Fall Meeting. EMA group rates will be honored over the meeting dates and for reservations arriving up to three days before the meeting and departures up to three days after the meeting, based on availability.
Please make your hotel reservations online at https://book.passkey.com/e/50180809 or by calling +1 800-533-0127. Please mention the EMA 2021 Fall Meeting when making your reservation. The EMA special group rate will be available until September 10 or until the room block is sold out.
Reservation requests received after September 10 or once the room block is full will be accepted on a space and rate available basis. A deposit equal to one night’s room rate is required to hold each reservation.
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