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Sunday, June 29

8:00 - 8:40 am

Kickoff Breakfast

Breakfast service ends at 8:15 am.

8:40 - 9:40 am

Keynote Address

Using the Trust Edge to Learn, Connect, Partner, Succeed

Trust is a fundamental, bottom-line issue. Without it, leaders lose teams, salespeople lose sales, and organizations lose reputation, good people, relationships and revenue. But with trust, individuals and organizations enjoy greater creativity, productivity, freedom, and results.

Today’s speaker will combine humor and illustrations with business insight and analysis. Walk away with concrete steps you can immediately use to improve your life and business.

Learn—The 8 pillars of the most successful leaders and organizations.

Connect—The 3 ways to build connection. What top leaders and organizations have and how you can enjoy it yourself.

Partner—Keys to building morale, sales and customer loyalty. The greatest need for a motivated staff and how to fill it

Succeed—The “why” and “how” behind the most foundational key to real success. How to boost daily productivity by using DMAs (Difference Making Actions)

PLUS, you will have FUN!

David Horsager
Horsager Leadership
St. Paul, MN

10:00 - 11:30 am

Education Session

Global Market Update on Low- and Medium-Voltage Motors + A Discussion of Overall Motor-Driven System Efficiency

This session will present the findings of the latest analyses of the global low- and medium-voltage motor markets. It also will provide an overall discussion of motor-driven system efficiency. The presentation will:

  • Summarize market segmentation by product type, geographic region and industry sector
  • Present market data
  • Describe the current competitive environment for these products, including an analysis of the leading suppliers
  • Discuss the projected impact of various minimum motor efficiency legislations
  • Illustrate global energy and electricity consumption by sector and product category
  • Address why industrial energy efficiency is so important
  • Discuss the benefits of a total system approach
  • Examine the inherent risks that end-users face in implementing energy efficient motor driven systems
  • Provide examples of ways to mitigate or eliminate the risks

Alex Chausovsky
IHS Research
Austin, TX

Education Session

EASA Member Profitability Update: Improving the Bottom Line

This session will provide an update on EASA member profitability based on the 2014 Operating Performance Survey. The speaker will then describe:

  • Why you must set profit priorities
  • How little changes can make for big results in your bottom line
  • Where to focus your efforts for biggest payoff
  • How to get control of pricing

Al Bates, Ph.D.
Profit Planning Group
Boulder, CO

Education Session

Powerful Presentation Skills

Whether the goal is to make sales, develop rapport with customers or persuade an audience, the ability to present your ideas confidently is essential to success. This session will:

  • Help you communicate with more composure, confidence and in a more compelling manner
  • Help you unearth self-defeating attitudes and replace them with positive expectations
  • Provide tips on how to deal with trembling hands, butterflies and other nervous symptoms

Kevin Stacey
Train Right, Inc.
Boston, MA

Open Technical Forum

Bring your toughest technical questions and learn from EASA’s engineering team and your colleagues during this informal discussion. Many members say Open Technical Forums are among the best sessions they’ve ever attended!

Facilitator: EASA Education & Technology Consultant Austin Bonnett, Gallatin, MO. Panelists: EASA Senior Technical Support Specialists Tom Bishop and Chuck Yung; EASA Technical Support Specialists Jim Bryan and Mike Howell; and EASA Pump & Vibration Specialist Gene Vogel.

11:45 - 12:45 pm

Networking Lunch

Enjoy a casual lunch while networking with fellow attendees.

1:00 pm

Exhibit Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting

1:00 - 4:30 pm

First Exhibit Showing & New Product Theater

6:00 - 7:00 pm

Reception (Cash bar available)

7:00 - 10:00 pm

Dinner & Entertainment: Lots Less Ceremony, Lots More Fun!

This evening’s festivities begin with a networking reception followed by a delicious dinner (with a few playful side dishes thrown in). Then, after briefly but respectfully honoring the winner of this year’s Exceptional Achievement Service Award, we’ll quickly transition to the hilarious musical comedy of The Water Coolers. E! Entertainment TV has called them “the hottest ticket in town,” so prepare to “laugh out loud”! Their comedy is clean, funny and smart–an authentic take on work and life based on things people share around the water coolers of everyday life.

(Suggested dress: Choose from dressy casual to jacket-and-tie for men; dressy casual to dinner dresses for women.)