Presented by Joe Coughlin
Over the past two decades, Coughlin has been busting myths about older consumers with groundbreaking multidisciplinary research into what older people actually want–not what conventional wisdom suggests they need. In The Longevity Economy, Coughlin provides the framing and insight business leaders need to excite and delight the fastest-growing global market: a vast, diverse group of consumers representing every possible level of health and wealth, worth about $8 trillion in the United States alone and comprising the world's third largest economy after the United States and China.
Presented by Marc Milstein
The audience will leave with 3 science-based solutions to control stress and anxiety, use stress to your advantage to boost performance and leadership, why mindfulness is now mainstream brain science, and how it is being used to treat and improve mental and physical health. The audience will also walk away with understanding what type of stress the best thing for your health and which types of stress is to avoid. Join Marc Milstein if you want to tackle stress and use stress to your advantage.
Presented by Bob Mauterstock
What do you do when you discover that one of your clients has a diminished mental capacity? According to the Alzheimer’s Association, Alzheimer’s disease will strike more than 8 million Americans by 2030 (a rise of 60% from 2010). If you don’t know what steps to take to protect your client and your practice, both may be at risk. Bob has developed a protocol that you can follow to deal with this problem. Attend his workshop and learn the steps you can take to help your aging clients and preserve the business you have worked so hard to build.
Presented by Peter Conti-Brown
Anyone who has ever sat (bored) through a required business ethics or compliance seminar has been prompted to wonder: what is the point of this? The question does not challenge the importance of leading ethical lives in business, but does question our approach to teaching and discussing business ethics throughout our industries. In this session, Peter Conti-Brown—a scholar of financial regulation and teacher of business ethics at The Wharton School—leads participants in a process of deprogramming. Ethics is not and cannot become marketing, compliance, law, or even assertions of universal morality. Instead, ethics is about personal values and organizational culture—where those reinforce each other and, more importantly, where they conflict.