ACMP SoCal's 
Change Summit 2022:
Changing Our Ways

When

January 25-26, 2022

Where

Virtual Event

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We are excited to announce our premiere annual event is arriving January 25-26! This two day event will have two sessions each day 12:00pm - 1:00pm and 5:30pm - 7:00pm. We will feature four exciting speakers and provide networking opportunities at the end of each day. 

AGENDA

Session

Description

Session 1

Tuesday 1/25

12:00pm-1:00pm PT

Session 2

Tuesday 1/25 

5:30pm-7:00pm PT

Session 3

Wednesday 1/26 

12:00pm-1:00pm PT

Keynote Speaker:

Patti Sanchez

Topic:

Presenting Virtually- Communicate and Connect with Online Audiences.

Session Description:

You’ve likely been working and presenting remotely for a while now—but have you been doing it effectively?


In this session, Patti Sanchez, Chief Strategy Officer, will share insights she learned while researching and writing Duarte’s new guide, Presenting Virtually: Communicate and Connect with Online Audiences.


You’ll learn to:

  • Choose the right presentation format

  • Create engaging, consumable content

  • Design clear and effective slides

  • Step up your tech setup

  • Make the most of your voice and gestures

 

And, most importantly, you’ll learn to become a more effective online presenter and communicator.

Speakers:

Amalia Goodwin, partnered with Julie Cline Fernández, and Ahad Hosseini.

Topic:

ETHOS Framework / New Ways of Working

Session Description:

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused disruptions throughout organizations worldwide. At the same time, there’s been a large shift from thinking of this as a pandemic we need to get through to the possibility that our future could ultimately look a lot like right now…or better. Employees and customers are more open to innovation. Leaders have an opportunity to design the future, and iteration is critical to enable flexibility and inclusivity. This is a once-in-a lifetime opportunity to reshape how we work. 

 

Change leaders play a critical role in helping their organizations and their leaders evolve and adapt. We’ll use Slalom’s ETHOS Model as a framework to explore the critical dimensions and new trends for the future of work:

  • Engagement: How do we engage our employees, teams, and customers?

  • Talent: What are our strategies for retaining and attracting top employees?

  • Health: How will we ensure the safety and well-being of our employees?

  • Operations: What are the processes that need to be reimagined?

  • Systems: Which systems must change or be adopted?

 

In this session, we’ll take a look at the evolving demands of organizations and their leaders. What can we expect from 2022 and what can leaders do to prepare for the new world of work? 

 

Roundtables:

We’ll continue our session in smaller, virtual roundtables, with a focus on group conversation, guided by each small group’s facilitators:

 

Breakouts 1-2:

 

The Future of Work and You: What are the greatest priorities for you and your organization as you navigate the future of work in 2022? We’ll use Slalom’s ETHOS framework (Engagement, Talent, Health, Operations and System) to focus the conversation on the topics that most matter to you. A link to the Miro Board for each breakout will be available at the beginning of the session.

 

Session Facilitators:

Julie Cline – Director, Slalom Portland

Ahad Hosseini - Principal Consultant, Slalom Global BAS

Keynote Speaker:

Eric Bailey

Topic:

Wholly Shift: Completely Changing the Conversation on Bias, Diversity, Privilege, and Inclusion using Brain Science

Session Description:

Every organization is becoming increasingly focused on the topic of “Diversity” and/or “Inclusion.” However, research indicates that most diversity training doesn’t work.

 

In this session, we will learn to recognize and overcome the most common brain science hurdles to effective diversity and inclusion training so that we can finally make a meaningful impact on your organization. Every registered attendee will receive an electronic copy of Eric's book "The Cure for Stupidity"

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Session 4

Wednesday 1/26 

5:30pm-7:00pm PT

Speaker:

Betty Magome 

 

Topic:

Leading Change with Emerging Technologies

Session Description:

Industry 4.0 and next generation technologies, such as internet of things (IoT), blockchain, analytics and AI, will transform how public entities operate, how services are offered, and what outcomes are created.

 

These smart technologies facilitate the emergence of innovative business models that force cities, utilities and other companies to reconsider their roles and scope in new ways. It is a disruptive change to how many industries operate.

 

Successful transition to these new emerging business and operating models require expertise in new generation of digital technologies, agile and learning organizations, an innovation culture, new operational processes and policies, and the ability to navigate change. We will explore these new technologies, why they are relevant to our work,  challenges, opportunities and key takeaways in migrating to a new paradigm.

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CONFERENCE SPEAKERS

Keynote Speaker

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Session 1

Tuesday 1/25 12:00pm-1:00pm PT

Eric Bailey

Wholly Shift: Completely Changing The

Conversation On Bias, Diversity, Privilege, and Inclusion using Brain Science

Conference Speaker

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Session 2

Tuesday 1/25 5:30pm-7:00pm PT

Amalia Goodwin

ETHOS Framework / New Ways of Working

Keynote Speaker

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Session 3

Wednesday 1/26 12:00pm-1:00pm PT

Patti Sanchez

Presenting Virtually- Communicate and Connect with Online Audiences.

Conference Speaker

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Session 4

Wednesday 1/26 5:30pm-7:00pm PT

Betty Magome

Leading Change with Emerging Technologies

 
 

Special Thanks to our Sponsor

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Slalom is a global consulting firm focused on strategy, technology, and business transformation.