194: The NCEO’s Annual EO Conference


Bret Keisling is joined by Jaymie Oviedo, Dallan Guzinski, and Tim Garbinsky, who discuss the NCEO’s Annual EO Conference in Seattle WA from April 26-28 with a pre-conference on April 25.


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Episode 194 Notes


More than 1.500 people are expected to gather at the Washington State Convention Center for the event. Keynote speakers are Adria Scharf of the Curriculum Library of Employee Ownership and Ron Scheese, president and CEO of Andesa, a 100% employee owned company.


There are over 100 sessions, many of which provide CE credits, there will be special networking opportunities, for example attendees can have professional headshots taken at no charge, choose from among 60 lunch table topics to talk to experts on a range of topics such as state centers, professional advisors, and c-suite. There will be a dog petting lounge and plenty of networking opportunities. Also, Bret Keisling and Jesse Tyler will present a session called Boosting the EO Message through Social Media and Podcasting. In addition to his position at Hypertherm, where he's responsible for EO engagement, Jesse is host of The Owner to Owner Podcast which is part of The EO Podcast Network.

 

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