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OPTIONAL ONE-DAY SEMINAR - Additional registration required
Supercharge Your Sales Leadership
Mike Weinberg Speaker, Consultant, Best-Selling Author
“The sales leader is the key to creating a high-performance sales culture and driving increased results for the long term!” — Mike Weinberg
Back by popular demand after his highly rated sessions in 2019 and 2020, spend the day with best-selling author, speaker and friend of EASA, Mike Weinberg.
Plan to attend this session live as it will not be recorded!
This full day, focused program will show you how to:
Before May 21 — $199 members / $699 nonmembers
After May 21 — $299 members / $799 nonmembers
Lunch is included!
Registration includes a printed course handout that will be distributed on-site.
Hear the findings of the latest analysis by OMDIA (formerly IHS Markit) on the global markets for low-voltage (LV) motors, variable frequency drives (VFDs) and motor-driven equipment. The session will summarize how these markets are segmented by technology, geographic region, industry sector and other emerging trends.
The presentation will include:
Open Management Forum
Facilitator: Janet Schmidlkofer, Management Services Committee Chair, K&N Electric Motors, Inc., Spokane Valley, WA
Members of the EASA Management Services Committee
What management issues have been nagging you lately? Ask questions and share your ideas/expertise on a variety of management topics of interest to most members. Facilitated by members of EASA's Management Services Committee.
Welcome & Keynote — Ticket Required
The Hero Effect®: Being Your Best When It Matters the Most
Welcome by EASA Chairman of the Board Jerry Gray
Sloan Electromechanical Service & Sales
San Diego, CA
Includes the presentation of the annual EASA Award.
Keynote Speaker: Kevin Brown
Kevin Brown’s unconventional path to business and personal success has taught him that winning in business and in life requires anything but conventional thinking. His resume includes an eclectic mix of career stops that ultimately led him to the purchase of a franchise at the age of 17. For nearly two decades, Kevin was a sales and marketing executive that helped grow a little known family business into an industry giant with annual revenues reaching two billion dollars.
After a career in franchising that spanned 30 years, Kevin decided to retire from corporate America and pursue his passion for bringing The HERO Effect® message to as many people and organizations as possible.
Kevin is passionate about helping people expand their vision, developing their potential and growing their results. His goal is to challenge people to show up every day and make a positive difference at work and in life!
This event is included in Full Business and Guest registrations. For other registration types, tickets may be purchased.
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EASA Solutions Expo
Vendor Exhibits & New Solutions Theater
Engage in meaningful conversations with leading vendors and see what’s new in the marketplace. EASA’s many exhibitors look forward to providing you with solutions to your everyday challenges and resources to elevate your business.
As an added bonus, Full Business and Education + Solutions Expo Registrants will have a chance to win cash prizes! Several winners will be announced each day at various times during the Solutions Expo. Just deposit your ticket in the barrels located throughout the hall for a chance to win up to $500!
EASA Research on Growing Your Business: Key Info from the Manufacturer/Supplier Community
Jerry Peerbolte, J. Peerbolte & Associates, Fort Smith, AR
Can you develop a stronger partnership with your key suppliers? Why do some motor manufacturers act like your competitor? Do these companies share similar views regarding the future of EASA Service Centers?
This important session will highlight the latest findings from EASA’s industry research program, which will focus on motor manufacturers, suppliers and vendors critical to the industry. Hear unfiltered insights on a variety of topics, including:
Clint Swindall, Verbalocity, Inc., San Antonio, TX
Research shows that less than one-third of employees are truly engaged. The vast majority show up to work each day prepared to do the minimum to get by. Not only does that irritate the management team, it also demoralizes the productive employees who carry the majority of the workload.
The solution for overcoming employee disengagement is Engaged Leadership ... a proactive approach to leadership that involves building consensus, inspiring employees, and developing the team. Leaders must understand the importance of a strong culture with a focus on the employee.
This session will address these issues and outline the generational differences that exist within today’s workplace that often lead to disengaged workers.
Clint Swindall, Verbalocity, Inc., San Antonio, TX
The ability to bring generations together is one of the most important factors for business success these days. This session will address:
This session will discuss how to use our differences to enhance the working relationship. More importantly, time will be spent discussing similarities and how companies can benefit by taking time to understand each generation. Not only will participants learn how to enhance relationships in the workplace, but they’ll also leave with a stronger understanding of the generational impact in all aspects of life.
Optimizing Service Center & Management Efficiency
Chuck Yung, EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
There are a number of areas where improvement can be made in most service centers. Some of these areas reduce profitability while others reduce efficiency or delay work. Some of the methods in this session will reduce the weekends spent in the service center while increasing profit.
Topics covered will include:
Ticket required to attend these two sessions
Annual Business Meeting with Lunch
Lunch will be served promptly at 12:15 pm.
Economy 2021 and Beyond
Brian Beaulieu, ITR Economics, Manchester, NH
Hear from Brian Beaulieu on what business leaders need to know and what to expect in a post-COVID-19 world. This session will examine the economic trends that will drive us forward in 2021 and through 2022-2023. In addition to looking at the U.S. and international trends in general, the session will focus on particular markets so you can set reasonable expectations by geography and by market.
Additionally, attendees will garner an understanding of:
OPTIONAL TOUR - Additional registration required
Facility Tour: Brandon & Clark, Inc.
The owners and employees of Brandon & Clark are graciously opening the doors to this year's convention attendees!
Brandon & Clark, Inc. was founded on April 1, 1950 as an electric motor repair and field service company by Basil Brandon along with two stepsons, Bob and Bill Clark. Mr. Brandon, a retired salesman, provided the financing, management, and sales experience, while Bob and Bill provided the electrical and mechanical troubleshooting and repair skills. Since opening, the company has expanded to provide sales and service for electric motors, transformers, electrical equipment, air compressors, thermal imaging, industrial wiring, system integration, and custom controls for all areas of industry.
Initially servicing West Texas & Eastern New Mexico, the company has grown into a regional electrical solution center serving the Southwestern United States. Headquartered in Lubbock, Texas, Brandon & Clark, Inc. has grown from its humble beginnings in a 25′ x 75′ building with 3 employees to a corporation with 6 locations and over 200 employees. A family owned and operated business, now entering its third generation of leadership; we are still committed to the customer service and quality principles set forth by our founders.
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Before May 21 — $30 members / $40 nonmembers
After May 21 — $40 members / $50 nonmembers
All tours are subject to change based on facility availability. EASA reserves the right to cancel a tour if a minimum is not met. In case of cancellation, EASA will notify registrants on or before June 4.