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Join Connect Marquette for a half-day digital Winter Summit, Sponsored by Clockwork Friday, February 19, 2021!
We will start things off at 9:00 a.m. on Friday and wrap up at 12:45 p.m. Focusing on Growth and Wellness, the Winter Summit will feature a panel, a keynote speaker, a breakout session, and a closing speaker.
Highlights of what you'll learn:
- "Cultivate people-centered experiences & work cultures that benefit humans & businesses" --Nancy Lyons
- Develop Personal and Professional Resilience
- Manage your environment (& self) for optimal physical and mental health
- Integrate work and play for a happy & rich life
- And much more!
Registration is now OPEN! The deadline to register is Wednesday, February 17th.
Health and Wellness Panel
Keynote Speaker - Nancy Lyons
Our Health & Wellness Panel consists of 4 professionals from various areas of the wellness industry who will be discussing the importance of how focusing on your own personal health can be beneficial to both personal and professional growth. The panel consists of:
- Stephanie Wautier, RN,BSN, DC
- Jamie Thayer, Wellness Business Owner
- Cori Noordyk, Therapy LLC
- Jenna Neaves, Integrative Nutrition Health Coach
Nancy Lyons, Marquette native, has been at the forefront of the work culture conversation for more than twenty years. “People-first as a business strategy” is the guiding principle that fuels the unique, award-winning culture at Clockwork, a company she founded in 2002.
She speaks and writes about the crucial role work culture plays in delivering meaningful and effective results. Work culture — our feelings, behaviors, and interactions — is core to how we work.
Her first book was Interactive Project Management: Pixels, People, and Process, a human-centered approach to producing digital products. Her current book, Work Like a Boss: A kick-in-the-pants Guide to Finding (and Using) your Power at Work, is the little book everyone needs to remember the actions, attitudes, and attributes that will make work better, for individuals and everyone around them.
State of Outdoor Recreation & How You Can Get Involved
All work and no play is a mindset of the past. Life requires balance and being an effective employee requires having hobbies and an outlet for the hardships of present day life. We are so fortunate in the U.P. to have so many outdoor recreational opportunities. Come listen to local business owners talk about the different outdoor activities that they love and how you can get more involved in these activities.
Choose from the following breakout options:
- The Noquemanon Trail Network
- U.P. Rowing Club
- Marquette Mountain
Closing Speaker - Jacquelyn Trask-Rahn
Jacquelyn is an Edward Jones Financial Advisor. She is an active member of her community and sits on several boards in the Delta County Area including Upper Edge, Holy Name Catholic School Home & School Board, GFWC - Women's Club, and Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area.
Jacqueline will share her considerable knowledge on how to utilize tools provided by this conference to keep a clear path into success and wellness.
These bite-sized sessions will cover everything from Health and Wellness to Outdoor Recreation, and Personal Growth to be sure there is something for everyone! Take advantage of the Winter Summit experience by submitting questions for these well-established professionals during the Q&A periods following each session. A moderator, RJ Parrish, will join us from Evoke Media Labs.
We’re excited to see meet you in the virtual world! Registrants will be sent the attendance link on the eve of the event, Thursday, February 18th.
Watch our social media, newsletters, and website for regular updates. For more information, visit our Conference webpage.