Seventh Native American Leadership Forum – West

December 9-10, 2019

Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa in Honolulu, HI

Details

This December 9-10 Native Nation Events will hold its Seventh Native American Leadership Forum – West on the beautiful island of Oahu Hawaii at the Moana Surfrider, a Westin Resort & Spa. This is an extremely unique forum that combines some of the most advanced leadership training available with networking opportunities that will last a lifetime.

Tribal Leaders, Board Members, Tribal Enterprise Executives and Industry Executives will gather for two days and learn valuable leadership skills. This forum will be a hands-on interactive accelerator that will allow participants to practice leadership thought and action in real time. You will walk away with the ability to leverage new ways of thinking, speaking and acting, and discover how that can have an enormous impact on productivity, profitability and overall effectiveness.

TO SPEAK WITH A REPRESENTATIVE ABOUT ATTENDING, PLEASE CALL US 201-857-5333 OR EMAIL SALES@NATIVENATIONEVENTS.ORG.

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Hotel Information

Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa, Waikiki Beach

2365 Kalakaua Avenue
Honolulu, Hawaii 96815
Reservations: 800-782-9488
Hotel: 808-931-8489

Cut-off Date: November 15th, 2019

Room Rate: $259 for Single & Double; $379 for Triple; $499 for Quad

Resort Fee: $17+ tax per night which includes high speed wifi access in guestroom and hotel public areas and two (2) 500ml bottled waters replenished daily.

*You must mention Native Nation Events and the event dates to receive the discounted room rates.*

Discover classic Hawaiian hospitality on Waikiki Beach!

Known as the “First Lady of Waikiki,” the oceanfront Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa, Waikiki combines Victorian elegance with modern amenities. Located in the heart of Waikiki, it is a short walk from shopping, dining and attractions. Retreat to the shade of their historic banyan tree, splash around the pool and ocean or recharge at the WestinWORKOUT® Fitness Studio. Soothe body and mind at the Moana Lani Spa, a serene sanctuary set amidst a true tropical paradise on Waikiki Beach. Enjoy Hawaii as smart and sophisticated travelers have since 1901.

Agenda

Seventh Native American Leadership Forum – West

December 9-10, 2019

Moana Surfrider, a Westin Resort & Spa, Honolulu, HI

Monday, December 9th

8:00-9:00 AM

Registration & Networking Breakfast

9:00-9:10 AM

Welcoming Remarks

Justin O’Connor
President
Native Nation Events

Meet the Coaches

David B. Sarnoff, Esq.
Executive Leadership Coach & Director of Strategic Partnerships
Loeb Leadership

Jim Stroker
Coach
Native Nation Events

9:10-10:40 AM

Authentic Leaders – Building Trust

  • Jim Stroker’s Story
  • Gratitude
  • E + R = O
  • Controls
  • Big Enough Why?
  • 3 Generations of Giving
  • David Sarnoff’s Story
  • Treating people with Dignity and Respect
  • Teamwork and collaboration
  • Shared Mission philosophy
  • Pair and share “who are you”

10:40-11:00 AM

Morning Networking Break

11:00-12:00 PM

Handling Workplace Conflict in a Productive Manner

  • Define Conflict
  • Define Productive Conflict
  • 8 Steps for Successful Direct Conversation
  • Being “Right” or “Being Effective”
  • TLC Method of Feedback
  • Active Listening
  • Using Empathy to De-Escalate

12:00-1:00 PM

Networking Lunch

1:00-1:30 PM

Team Building Activity

1:30-2:30 PM

Transition from Individual High Performer to Manager

  • Discuss the necessary mindset to “lead vs. manage” people and teams
  • Explore the concepts of high trust leadership and employee engagement
  • Create capacity to address the needs of your team
  • Communication skills
  • Time management
  • Delegation
  • Presence
  • Role Play Scenarios
  • Pair and Share Workplace Challenges

2:30-3:00 PM

Afternoon Networking Break

3:00-4:15 PM

Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace

  • Define EI
  • Raising Self-Awareness
  • Understanding how you show up and are perceived by your team
  • “Amygdala Hijack”
  • De-Escalation
  • Stress management and effective decision making
  • Raising the EI of Others
  • Pair and Share

4:15-4:30 PM

Soliciting Feedback As Great Leaders Do

  • Asking for Feedback – What Worked Today, What Didn’t

4:30 PM

Day 1 Concludes

Tuesday, December 10th

8:30-9:30 AM

Registration & Networking Breakfast

9:30-10:15 AM

Power of Story Telling

  • Discuss the Power of Story Telling
  • Pair and Share
  • Courageous Leaders Tell Their Story

10:15-11:00 AM

Game Time- Difficult Conversations

  • What did we Learn?
  • Role Play
  • Feedback

11:00-11:30 AM

Morning Networking Break

11:30-12:30 PM

Self-Care for Leaders in Todays Workplace Climate

  • Power of the breath
  • Focus and meditation
  • Sleep and recovery – power sources and behavior
  • Mindfulness
  • Growth vs. Fixed Mindset
  • High Achiever vs. Perfectionist
  • Agile Mindset
  • Continuous Learning
  • Adaptability
  • Pair and share

12:30-12:50 PM

Asking for Feedback and Wrap Up

12:50 PM

Forum Concludes

5:00-6:30 PM

Catamaran Ride

On Tuesday we will end the event by meeting on the beach where we will set sail aboard a Catamaran for a beautiful sunset cruise and beverage or two!

Port: Sheraton Waikiki Hotel

Boarding begins 30 minutes prior to sail time so you will need to be there by 4:30 PM.

*You must be pre-registered to board the Catamaran.*

Meet the Coaches

Meet the Coaches

David B. Sarnoff, Esq.
Executive Leadership Coach and Director of Strategic Partnerships
Loeb Leadership

Jim Stroker
Coach
Native Nation Events

Testimonials:

“Jim Stoker had the most impactful session personally and professionally-thank you for bringing him and his message.”
-Stephanie Menei, HR Director, Yavapai Prescott

 

“Jim Stroker’s seminar was a great reminder of why I do what I do. He is very passionate about his subject matter and clearly wants to share that with his audience.”
– Denise Abrahamson, HR Director, Spokane Tribal Enterprises

 

“I’ve participated in team member rallies for over 20 years with my company, Caesars Entertainment. From time to time, we have guest speakers. Usually, we get a few comments from the team, such as, “nice speaker…thanks for having the speaker, etc.” But with Coach Jim Stroker, it was different. It has been over a week since we had Coach join us for our mid-year rally and I’m still getting favorable comments from the team. Coach spoke to the team about the 5 G’s …Gratitude, Good, Grit, Generosity, and Going for it. He has an amazing gift of storytelling in a way that connects the story to each member of his audience. His story becomes your story and your story his. The team left this rally inspired and ready to conquer the world, or at least our little slice of it. Thanks Coach!”
– Robert Livingston, Regional President and GM, Harrah’s Phoenix Ak-Chin Casino Resort

Forum Partners

Forum Partners

Native Nation Events is making this exclusive event available to a limited number of Forum Partners!

For more information or to sign up as a Forum Partner, contact Dan O’Connor at 201-857-5333 or sales@nativenationevents.org.

Testimonials

See what past attendees have to say about our Leadership Forums:

“The trainers were very knowledgeable and had a lot of real-life experience. It was a very personal experience getting to hear their life experiences. I was able to connect with tribal leaders and representatives from the other tribes. I was nervous attending as I didn’t know how formal of an event it was, but I felt very comfortable by the end of the first day. And the boat ride was a great experience to top everything off.”
-Patrick Lamoureux, Tribal Council Representative District 1, Ponca Tribe of Nebraska

“The speakers are amazing, especially Jim Stroker and his ability to motivate people and his enthusiasm are unmatched. It was really important for me to be able to network with people of similar background who are working in all different fields of work but many within native owned companies or corporations. Thank you for such an amazing opportunity.”
-Cara L Buie, Escrow Assistant, Sitnasuak Native Corporation

“It was great to network and interact with other Tribal Leadership. I had a great time and I’m looking forward to attending future training and conferences.”
-Sergio Trevino, Director, Tribal Employment Rights Commission, Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of Texas

“This training is great for personal development.”
-Laura Ball, Operations Manager, United Auburn Indian Community

“It is always enlightening to see how other organizations handle conflict and diversity. I have attended several trainings and this one was very beneficial.”
-Charlotte Meckel, Tribal Council Secretary, Poarch Band Creek Indians

“A good training for leaders with experience to polish their skills and think outside the box.”
-Chris Mimmack, Director of Department of Justice, Southern Ute Department of Justice

“I recommend Native Nations leadership training because they assist from many angles such as leadership skills, leadership strategies, communications, networking and so forth. The trainers are professional, knowledgeable people who know their stuff. Thank you for a great training. I definitely learned a bit more about leadership. It is good to meet and talk to people from all walks of life. They all have wisdom, advice and knowledge to share.”
-Ray Ann Terry, Board Secretary, Sage Memorial Hospital

“This forum brought some of the best people together and was very motivating working with these types of Leaders! Informative training!”
-Viola Yatchmeneff, Finance Director, Aleutian Housing Authority

“Great meeting with other tribes from across country and Canada. Good job.”
-Darren Daboda, Chairman, Moapa Band of Paiutes

“Excellent networking opportunities.”
-Aaron Leclaire, Consultant, Advanced Capital Group

This event will be limited to the first 75 registrants and just like in past years it will sell out!

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This December 9-10 Native Nation Events will hold its Seventh Native American Leadership Forum – West on the beautiful island of Oahu Hawaii at the Moana Surfrider, a Westin Resort & Spa. This is an extremely unique forum that combines some of the most advanced leadership training available with networking opportunities that will last a lifetime.

Tribal Leaders, Board Members, Tribal Enterprise Executives and Industry Executives will gather for two days and learn valuable leadership skills. This forum will be a hands-on interactive accelerator that will allow participants to practice leadership thought and action in real time. You will walk away with the ability to leverage new ways of thinking, speaking and acting, and discover how that can have an enormous impact on productivity, profitability and overall effectiveness.

To speak with a representative about attending, please call us 201-857-5333 or email sales@nativenationevents.org.

This event will be limited to the first 75 registrants and just like in past years it will sell out!

Registration is Now Closed

Please contact Dan O’Connor at 201-857-5333 or sales@nativenationevents.org.

Hotel Information

Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa, Waikiki Beach

2365 Kalakaua Avenue
Honolulu, Hawaii 96815
Reservations: 800-782-9488
Hotel: 808-931-8489

Cut-off Date: November 15th, 2019

Room Rate: $259 for Single & Double; $379 for Triple; $499 for Quad

Resort Fee: $17+ tax per night which includes high speed wifi access in guestroom and hotel public areas and two (2) 500ml bottled waters replenished daily.

*You must mention Native Nation Events and the event dates to receive the discounted room rates.*

Discover classic Hawaiian hospitality on Waikiki Beach!

Known as the “First Lady of Waikiki,” the oceanfront Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa, Waikiki combines Victorian elegance with modern amenities. Located in the heart of Waikiki, it is a short walk from shopping, dining and attractions. Retreat to the shade of their historic banyan tree, splash around the pool and ocean or recharge at the WestinWORKOUT® Fitness Studio. Soothe body and mind at the Moana Lani Spa, a serene sanctuary set amidst a true tropical paradise on Waikiki Beach. Enjoy Hawaii as smart and sophisticated travelers have since 1901.

Meet the Coaches

David B. Sarnoff, Esq.
Executive Leadership Coach and Director of Strategic Partnerships
Loeb Leadership

Jim Stroker
Coach
Native Nation Events

Testimonials:

“Jim Stoker had the most impactful session personally and professionally-thank you for bringing him and his message.”
-Stephanie Menei, HR Director, Yavapai Prescott

 

“Jim Stroker’s seminar was a great reminder of why I do what I do. He is very passionate about his subject matter and clearly wants to share that with his audience.”
– Denise Abrahamson, HR Director, Spokane Tribal Enterprises

 

“I’ve participated in team member rallies for over 20 years with my company, Caesars Entertainment. From time to time, we have guest speakers. Usually, we get a few comments from the team, such as, “nice speaker…thanks for having the speaker, etc.” But with Coach Jim Stroker, it was different. It has been over a week since we had Coach join us for our mid-year rally and I’m still getting favorable comments from the team. Coach spoke to the team about the 5 G’s …Gratitude, Good, Grit, Generosity, and Going for it. He has an amazing gift of storytelling in a way that connects the story to each member of his audience. His story becomes your story and your story his. The team left this rally inspired and ready to conquer the world, or at least our little slice of it. Thanks Coach!”
– Robert Livingston, Regional President and GM, Harrah’s Phoenix Ak-Chin Casino Resort

Forum Partners

Native Nation Events is making this exclusive event available to a limited number of Forum Partners!

For more information or to sign up as a Forum Partner, contact Dan O’Connor at 201-857-5333 or sales@nativenationevents.org.

See what past attendees have to say about our Leadership Forums:

“The trainers were very knowledgeable and had a lot of real-life experience. It was a very personal experience getting to hear their life experiences. I was able to connect with tribal leaders and representatives from the other tribes. I was nervous attending as I didn’t know how formal of an event it was, but I felt very comfortable by the end of the first day. And the boat ride was a great experience to top everything off.”
-Patrick Lamoureux, Tribal Council Representative District 1, Ponca Tribe of Nebraska

“The speakers are amazing, especially Jim Stroker and his ability to motivate people and his enthusiasm are unmatched. It was really important for me to be able to network with people of similar background who are working in all different fields of work but many within native owned companies or corporations. Thank you for such an amazing opportunity.”
-Cara L Buie, Escrow Assistant, Sitnasuak Native Corporation

“It was great to network and interact with other Tribal Leadership. I had a great time and I’m looking forward to attending future training and conferences.”
-Sergio Trevino, Director, Tribal Employment Rights Commission, Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of Texas

“This training is great for personal development.”
-Laura Ball, Operations Manager, United Auburn Indian Community

“It is always enlightening to see how other organizations handle conflict and diversity. I have attended several trainings and this one was very beneficial.”
-Charlotte Meckel, Tribal Council Secretary, Poarch Band Creek Indians

“A good training for leaders with experience to polish their skills and think outside the box.”
-Chris Mimmack, Director of Department of Justice, Southern Ute Department of Justice

“I recommend Native Nations leadership training because they assist from many angles such as leadership skills, leadership strategies, communications, networking and so forth. The trainers are professional, knowledgeable people who know their stuff. Thank you for a great training. I definitely learned a bit more about leadership. It is good to meet and talk to people from all walks of life. They all have wisdom, advice and knowledge to share.”
-Ray Ann Terry, Board Secretary, Sage Memorial Hospital

“This forum brought some of the best people together and was very motivating working with these types of Leaders! Informative training!”
-Viola Yatchmeneff, Finance Director, Aleutian Housing Authority

“Great meeting with other tribes from across country and Canada. Good job.”
-Darren Daboda, Chairman, Moapa Band of Paiutes

“Excellent networking opportunities.”
-Aaron Leclaire, Consultant, Advanced Capital Group