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September 21, 2021

Economic Summit

 

The Summit is an opportunity for all industries, both private and public sectors, to come together to learn about the latest national trends in economic development and how those might apply to the 4 Corners Region. It is a chance to network across disciplines, create opportunities for collaboration, to inspire and to create action in our community.
Rehumanizing work

As we are all are returning to work, things are going to be different. Many will return to
business travel and their offices as the world turns on again. In other cases, businesses
will retain their hybrid or remote models, both to cut costs and maintain flexibility and
productivity. In all cases, the previously gradual progression of tech in the workplace has
moved into high gear; for many, this has been an extreme transition.

So, how do we steam forward when we’ve discovered transformational elements that are
beneficial but have compromised the human element that is really critical for a healthy,
functional workforce environment? Rehumanizing Work sets out to provide answers to
this very question.

In order to facilitate this transition, leaders must focus on directing the challenges that
everyone has endured throughout the past year by making human engagement and
wellbeing of the workforce top of mind.

At the 2021 Alliance Summit, we will have a strong, healthy conversation with leaders
who have the ability to make some lasting beneficial changes to their organizations. Our
common goal is to enable the recalibration of our workforce to a new landscape.

SummitAgenda

8:00-8:45 Networking Breakfast & Check-in

8:45-9:00 Welcoming and Opening Remarks

9:00-10:05 Keynote Address

10:05-10:30 Networking

10:35-11:35 Breakout sessions

11:50-12:15 Lunch Served

12:15-1:30 Second Keynote

1:45-2:45 Breakout sessions

3:00-3:30 Wrap-up:  Third Keynote Speaker 3

3:30-4:30 Chairman Reception

About Our Keynotes

steve cadigan

Steve Cadigan: The Future of Work

Steve has been at the forefront of global talent strategy and company culture for the past 30 years. Most famous for scaling Linkedin from 400 to 4000 in 3.5 years, Steve also led the development of LI’s legendary company culture and was at the helm of the Talent function for its period of the highest growth and through their IPO.

Having worked in 5 different industries and 3 different countries while also leading dozens of acquisition integrations all over the world, Steve has built unparalleled expertise for the Talent arena. Steve’s focus today is to help leaders and organizations build winning talent solutions to compete in an increasingly complex digital economy.

Kerry Siggins, CEO of StoneAge

At the ripe old age of 28, Kerry Siggins began her journey of leading StoneAge. She quickly learned how to adjust her style to effectively lead smart people an employee-owned company based in Durango, Colorado, USA. ​Along the way, she developed a knack for helping her employees identify and develop talents, find the “right” role, and then succeed.  Kerry was named one of Colorado’s Top 25 Most Influential Young Professionals and was a finalist for Colorado’s CEO of the Year in 2017. StoneAge is recognized as a Top 100 company to work for by Outside Magazine. 

Kerry stands out from the rest of leadership speakers. She has the unique ability to move audiences through her journey from rock bottom to a highly successful CEO and leadership influencer. She is funny, real, and raw.

Able to captivate audiences, Kerry weaves her personal story and leadership experience in a way that inspires listeners and leaves them with actionable takeaways that they can implement immediately on the journey to become an exceptional leader.

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