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March 28, 2019
March 2019 Meeting
Charlotte, NC
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March 2019 Meeting

March 28, 2019 - March 29, 2019
3:30 PM - 12:30 PM
Crowne Plaza Executive Park
5700 Westpark Drive
Charlotte, NC
Organizer
MPI Carolinas Chapter

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Agenda

Thursday, March 28th

Time

Function

Location

1:00pm-3:00pm

Board of Directors Meeting

Salon C

2:30pm-7:30pm

Registration

Foyer
3:00pm-4:00pm  Communications Committee Meeting Salon D

4pm-5:30pm

Education Session: "Sewa Beats Q&A Session"
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Salon AB

5:45pm-6:15pm

New Member / First Timer Mixer

Salon D

6:30pm-8:30pm

Welcome Reception

Carolina Ballroom

Friday, March 29th

Time

Function

Location

7:30am-10:30am

Registration

 Foyer

8:00am-9:00am

Breakfast
Chapter Announcements begin at 8:30

Salon AB

9:00am-9:45am

Education Session: "Music as a Metaphor for Leadership Success" - Part I
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Salon AB

9:45am-10:00am

Morning Break

Foyer
10:00am-11am Education Session: "Music as a Metaphor for Leadership Success" - Part II 
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Salon AB

11:10am-11:40am

CMP Exam Information Session

Magnolia

Education

Thursday, March 28th (4pm - 5:30pm)

Sewa Beats Q&A Session

Sewa Beats will be offering a collaborative session on Thursday with Q&A regarding a conversation we will have on the importance of an experience-based approach to meetings, since what we are doing is experiential in nature.  It will be discussed how it all applies to all kinds of meetings because the approach generates engagement on the part of the participants, and generates ROI for the stakeholders.  We will also talk about how creating experiences ties into the current research on meeting effectiveness, engagement, reaching millennials etc. The session will end with a little drum playing/demo by Bill Scheidt with Sewa Beats and maybe a surprise attendee will give it a go as well. 

CMP_PP Program LogoThe use of the CMP Preferred Provider Pre-Check logo is not an endorsement by the Events Industry Council of the quality of the session. This logo means that this session has met the criteria to be pre-approved for CMP certification credit.

Friday, March 29th (9am - 11am)

Music as a Metaphor for Leadership Success

Based on current research in the field of leadership, this presentation is an experiential learning exploration that leverages the difference between “learning about” and “having an experience of” to create a deeper understanding of the fundamentals of effective leadership.  With a drum provided for each participant to use during the session, this program uses rhythm and music as a metaphor to explore critical leadership competencies. 

Participants learn to create a piece of music together, debriefing each step along the way, cultivating a number of fundamental leadership skills.  The collective music making experience becomes a live learning laboratory in which the participants have an impactful and substantive experience with leadership abilities that drive success in today’s world.

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Revisit the fundamental competencies necessary for success as a leader in today’s professional world.
  2. Dynamically apply essential leadership skills through experiential learning exercises.
  3. Cultivate critical leadership abilities in the areas of effective communication, collaboration, emotional intelligence, and self-awareness.

Participants will be able to immediately apply their refreshed perspective on the fundamentals of leadership.  Having applied many of these skills through experiential learning exercises, they will have a renewed sense of the importance of a fundamentals-based focus in exploring what it means to be a leader in today’s professional world.  Additionally, through their day to day interactions with colleagues and co-workers, attendees will be able to immediately apply their learnings in the areas of self-awareness and interpersonal intelligence. 

By using the perspective of music to explore the competencies of the field, participants will come away with a renewed appreciation of both the art and discipline of leadership.  Revisiting the fundamentals of the field in this way elevates the leadership practices of professionals across the meeting planning industry.

CMP_PP Program LogoThe use of the CMP Preferred Provider Pre-Check logo is not an endorsement by the Events Industry Council of the quality of the session. This logo means that this session has met the criteria to be pre-approved for CMP certification credit. 

About the Speaker

Bill Scheidt 
Sewa Beats North America

Bill Scheidt is the Managing Director and Lead Facilitator of Sewa Beats North America.  Sewa Beats is an international corporate training company that delivers programs in the areas of leadership development, communication and collaboration, all of which involve rhythm and music. Sewa Beats has worked in 19 countries and seven languages, and their clients include the Harvard Business School, IBM, Coca-Cola, Hewlett Packard, BMW, and Cisco Systems.

Bill’s mission is to impact the organizations that make a difference in today’s world by connecting people to themselves, and to each other. He believes that by bringing a new paradigm of professional success to corporate communities, we can align ourselves with our true purpose, and achieve our peak potential as individuals, as organizations, and as a global human community.

Inspired by spending more than a year and a half living in rural African villages, Bill Scheidt brings to his work a passion for human connection, a strong working knowledge of business dynamics, and a love for music.

Check out more about Sewa Beats here!

Room Block

A room block is being held at the Crowne Plaza Executive Park with a room rate of $139 a night. Book your room before March 13, 2019 to receive the group rate! Use the March MPI-CC Booking Link or contact reservations directly at 1-866-380-0612 and use the group ID.

Tickets

Late Rate Incurred after March 15th. No refunds given after March 20th.

Full Meeting Registration Late Rate
Member $85 $100
Non-Member $120 $135

 

Education Only Registration Late Rate
Member $70 $85
Non-Member $90 $105

 

Reception Only Registration Late Rate
Member $60 $75
Non-Member $80 $95

 

Other Registration Late Rate
Student $55 $70
Spouse / Non-Industry Guest $75 $90

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