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The 3-Day Game-Changing Virtual Leadership Summit for Contractors

Every great business is built on great leadership. But what elevates the truly great leaders above the rest? It’s the ability to make the difficult decisions when needed. Creating a company culture that is driven by passion, meaning and purpose. It’s adapting and being willing to learn from others. Connecting with employees and leading by example. And finally, being able to motivate and inspire your team to be their absolute best. Discover the breakthrough strategies for mastering all of that and more at LEAD2020, the can’t-miss virtual leadership summit for contractors.

Register today to hone your leadership skills and learn proven strategies that will allow you to lead your company to new heights.

Agenda

Tuesday - 10:00AM - 12:00PM PDT
Wednesday - 10:00AM - 12:00PM PDT
Thursday - 10:00AM - 12:00PM PDT

10:00AM - 11:00AM PDT

Opening Keynote

Facing Tough Leadership Decisions Presenter: Mitch Lowe Cofounding Executive of Netflix, Former President & COO of Redbox
Remember when Netflix decided to increase their monthly fee by 60%, or when Redbox raised their rental prices higher than $1 per night? Drawing on instances from his time at Netflix and Redbox, Mitch explains decisions made when the companies faced existential and strategic crises, providing reasoning behind those decisions and their effects—for better and/or worse.

Mitch discusses the wrong ways to make a decision and which factors are actually not helpful in the decision-making process. He then details how to make a well-informed decision by looking holistically at the pros and cons, the processes and resources through which a decision is implemented, and the likelihood of success.

11:00AM - 12:00AM PDT

Scott Deming

Powered by Purpose Presenter: Scott Deming President, RCI, llc and Scott Deming Speaking, Training & Consulting, Author and Entrepreneur
All great, profitable and sustainable organizations have a culture of passion, meaning and purpose. All successful organizations have a culture that attracts and keeps talented and passionate employees. HVAC contractors are no different. The success and future of your dealership depends solely on the culture you create.

In this dynamic leadership and teamwork driven presentation, based on Scott Deming’s second book – “Powered by Purpose” he shows you the process for creating a culture of passion and purpose and how to surround yourself with people who share your passion and believe in your purpose. This does not mean to surround yourself with yes men and yes women. In fact, Scott discusses the importance of tossing out ego and welcoming healthy debate and contrary ideas.

Case studies will be discussed, corporate heroes will be highlighted and proof will beshown, that companies without a purpose driven and value oriented culture cannot survive in a world where people are seeking meaningful interactions and trusting relationships.

During this dynamic presentation, you will learn how to:
  • Create a culture that attracts and keeps talented and productive employees.
  • Inspire and empower your employees to work passionately towards one common goal.
  • Improve productivity – The difference between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation.
  • Create a culture of meaning and purpose, where everyone is proud to belong.
  • Achieve your purpose and your goals through refined critical thinking.
  • Create unwavering loyalty among your employees.
  • Communicate with clarity and eliminate dangerous assumptions.
  • Become the leader everyone looks up to.

10:00AM - 12:00PM PDT

Steve Shallenberger

Becoming Your Best: Living the 12 Principles of Highly Successful Leaders Presenter: Steve Shallenberger Best Selling Author and President of Becoming Your Best Global Leadership, LLC
Have you ever wondered why certain people seem to rise to the top and continuously achieve success? We invested decades researching the top 10% of leaders across industries to identify what principles and habits they focused on to be among the best. We found that there are 12 principles of highly successful leaders that are extremely predictive of success, both at a personal and team level.

Our research has shown that these 12 principles will increase performance and productivity by an average of at least 30 – 50%, which has an enormous impact on your revenue and profitability. Using our proven 52-week Success Rhythm to focus on these principles will help you develop a high-performance team and culture to be among the best contractors in your state!

During this presentation, you will:
  • Discover the 12 Principles of Highly Successful Leaders and how they can transform your life and business.
  • Learn how to use the 52-Week Success Rhythm Program to increase your employees’ performance and create a culture by design.
  • Use a specific process to prioritize your time and do what matters most. This process will increase your productivity by at least 30 -50%!
  • Learn the six ways to live in peace and balance, and increase your longevity and health.

10:00AM - 11:00AM PDT

Gary Elekes, Weldon Long and Drew Cameron

Leadership from the Trenches
Speaker Elekes Gary Elekes President, EPC Training & Co-Founder, iMarket Solutions
Speaker Long Weldon Long New York Times Bestselling Author & Contracting Business Expert
Speaker Cameron Drew Cameron President, Flow Odyssey and Energy Design Systems, LLC
There’s a difference between reading about running a contracting business in a book, and utilizing hands-on experience to develop better systems.

In this presentation, three of the industry’s leading consultants tap their decades of first-hand experience working in and on HVAC companies. The result is real-world strategies and blueprints for success that, time and again, have been proven to build better businesses from the ground up. And it all starts with leadership.

During this presentation, you will learn:
  • Real-world scenarios you need to master to run a people-driven business.
  • How leaders will benefit from the different stages of growth.
  • Proven strategies for employee development.
  • How to develop a company culture that aligns everyone toward shared goals.

11:00AM - 12:00PM PDT

Closing Keynote

The Great Side of a Crisis Eric Thomas Critically Acclaimed Author, World Renowned Speaker, Motivator & Educator
Contrary to public opinion, there is no Leadership “blueprint” for 2020, and there’s certainly no blueprint for what to do in the face of the global pandemic, that is, Covid-19. Yesterday’s tactics and insights are insufficient for these trying times. This is uncharted territory. While there are no silver-bullet solutions, there remain tested and tried leadership strategies and equally proven and successful communication methods that will maximize your staff’s efforts and make the most out of this challenging year. This presentation is the springboard to achieving these signature business goals.

In this presentation you’ll learn how to:
  • Be flexible and adaptive yet decisive
  • Shift your perspective and see things how others do
  • Communicate with clarity and credibility

Presenters

Mitch Lowe
Cofounding Executive of Netflix, Former President & COO of Redbox
Eric Thomas
Critically Acclaimed Author, World Renowned Speaker, Motivator & Educator
Steve Shallenberger
Best Selling Author and President of Becoming Your Best Global Leadership, LLC
Weldon Long
New York Times Bestselling Author & Contracting Business Expert
Gary Elekes
President, EPC Training & Co-Founder, iMarket Solutions
Drew Cameron
President, Flow Odyssey and Energy Design Systems, LLC
Scott Deming
President, RCI, llc and Scott Deming Speaking, Training & Consulting, Author and Entrepreneur

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Members Receive

Free Registration

Members include EGIA, Daikin Elite, Trane & American Standard MBA

Free registration is limited to 5 registrants per company

 

Non-Members

$99/person

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Sponsors

Interested in sponsoring LEAD2020? Contact Lucas Ehrbar at 503-780-6045 or lehrbar@egia.org.

Contact Us

Questions? Call us at 866-502-2021

or email us at events@egia.org

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