#ACCE22: Featuring Inspiration

#ACCE22: Featuring Inspiration

With a convention agenda packed with opportunities to learn, network and celebrate, our four days together in Indy, July 26-29, will give you the keys to accelerate positive change in your chamber and community. Our four featured speakers are set to inspire! Learn a bit more about each speaker and get a preview of what to expect.

Wednesday, July 27 at 8:40 a.m.

Sheree Anne Kelly

Building a chamber of the future can be achieved by focusing on three pillars: Community Impact, Courageous Leadership and Business Model Alignment. Watch last year’s keynote to get a future-focused refresher, and don’t miss the opening plenary to hear what Sheree Anne will share at #ACCE22.


Thursday, July 28 at 8 a.m.

Simon T. Bailey

As chambers position themselves to accelerate positive change within their organizations and communities, Simon’s passion and purpose will empower bold leadership, unleash positive collaborative friction and equip you for sustainable transformation. With his simple, easy-to-implement strategies and practical advice, Simon will help you accelerate results and find your spark to inspire change.


Friday, July 29 at 8 a.m.

Justin Patton

Trust is your biggest competitive advantage. Why? Because trust impacts employee engagement, the member experience, and the bottom line of every business. This interactive program has you explore the three factors of building trust with others, discover what erodes trust, and discuss how to repair trust once it’s broken. You’ll leave knowing the three questions you must be able to say YES! to if you want high levels of trust in any relationship. A workplace of trust and belonging shouldn’t be the exception. It should be the standard. This is your roadmap on how to make it happen.

BE WARNED: You’ll leave never looking at your relationships the same way again.


Friday, July 29 at 8 a.m.

Jamie Merisotis

Jamie Merisotis will discuss concepts from his latest book, Human Work, which offers a roadmap for the large-scale, radical changes we must make in order to find abundant and meaningful work in the 21st century. As our communities continue to face workforce challenges, he will share his thoughts on the future of work, the impact of automation and how communities can reimagine skills training. By shifting long-held ideas about how the workforce should function and expanding our concept of work, he argues that we can harness the population’s potential, encourage a deeper sense of community and erase a centuries-long system of inequality.

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