September 23-25, 2018
“Leaders are known by the company they keep.” *
Could you use a “brainstorming” session with experts and peers? Do you ever wish you had someone who could be a source of new ideas? Are you ever at a loss about the best way to resolve an issue? We all need inspiration, help or support somewhere along the line. This annual gathering of Trust and Investment Managers is unlike any other conference you might attend.
Here’s why this is the most valuable conference you’ll attend this year:
- You’re meeting in an informal but structured setting with other managers from across the country who have encountered the same challenges you have, sharing ideas and asking questions of one another.
- Discuss subjects of importance to you while listening to qualified speakers – ask specific questions and get specific answers from people who have shared the same experience. Find out what your peers are doing – and why.
- Share revenue, staff, profit and growth numbers with top-performing managers from across the country.
- Participate in the Idea Exchange where everyone gets 15 to 30 “new” ideas. “Leaders work with leaders.” *The Idea Exchange is an opportunity to interact with you peers, ask and learn.
Past Wealth Executive participants have brought exciting ideas for everyone in attendance . . . ideas you can use when you get back home! Group lunches and dinners sponsored by participating vendors increase the networking opportunities and the fun!
Our Keynote Speaker this year is Bill Acheson, an expert in nonverbal communication. As a faculty member of the Department of Communication at the University of Pittsburgh for over 20 years and as a professional speaker since 1994, Bill has spoken to thousands of people across the United States about how to use body language to communicate more effectively. From the classroom to the courtroom to the conference room, Bill has worked with professionals who want to improve their bottom-line performance. Find out what employees from Bayer, Glaxo SmithKline, Merrill Lynch, MorganStanley, Trane, Wells Fargo, the United States Coast Guard and the National Football League have already discovered. It’s not just what you say; it’s how you say it.
Presentation Topic: “The Hidden Message”- In face-to-face communication, body language accounts for more than two thirds of the impact of your message. It is always more emotionally revealing and more emotionally accurate than what you say. When you’re interviewing a candidate for a new position, conducting a performance appraisal, or running a meeting with your staff, understanding nonverbal communication will enable you to project yourself more effectively and to interpret others more accurately.
This may be one of the best investments you make all year – and the investment is only $395. Register now – mark your calendar – and look forward to an inspiring and stimulating experience. Mail or fax your registration as soon as possible, or register online above.
See you September 23rd!
*Leadership quotes on this page are courtesy of Tom Peters (tompeters.com) in Fast Company Magazine’s March, 2001 issue.