VA Spring Meeting 2017
VA Members and Spouses are invited to the 2017 Spring Meeting at Keswick Hall April 26-28, 2017.
Location: Keswick Hall, Charlottesville, VA
Dates: April 26-28, 2017
Cost: $150 per person
Hotel: A limited amount of rooms are available at a group rate of $279 per night. Please book before March 27th. Call 1-888-778-2565 and mention the YPO S7 room block to reserve.
Wednesday, April 26th
Afternoon arrivals and check in - Keswick Hall
6:30 PM - Cocktail Reception - Keswick Library
7:30 PM - Dinner - Keswick III
Thursday, April 27th
Morning Sessions - Keswick III
7:45 AM - Breakfast
8:30 AM - US Navy SEAL Rear Admiral (ret.) Scott Moore - Building and Leading "No Fail" Teams
9:30 AM - Break
9:45 AM - Roberta Oster Sachs - Executive Presence
Lunch on Own
Afternoon Sessions - Choose UVA Darden School of Business or Free Time
1:30 PM - Bus departs Keswick for UVA Darden School
2:00 PM - UVA Darden School Case Study Experience
3:00 PM - i.Lab at UVA: Entrepreneurial Ecosystem and Incubator
4:45 PM - Bus departs to Keswick
6:30 PM - Bus Departs Keswick for Dine Arounds
7:00 PM - Dinearounds in Downtown Charlottesville - See options below
10:00 PM - Bus departs for Keswick
Friday, April 28th
Breakfast on own; Departures
Expert on Building and Leading “No-Fail” Teams and United States Navy SEAL Rear Admiral (ret.)
Having served 30 years as a SEAL leader, retired Rear Admiral Scott Moore is a master in organizational leadership and teambuilding. He served in every leadership position in the SEAL teams, including the former commander of the Naval Special Warfare Development Group, and closed out his career as the number two leader in the entire SEAL organization. He led the military’s elite forces through more than 2,000 of our nation’s most extreme, high-stakes missions and was deployed on SEAL team operations across the globe. He understands the importance of leadership and cohesiveness like few others can, and his experience runs the gamut from leading small groups to large-scale tactical planning. From the mountains of Afghanistan to briefings in the Oval Office, Moore is the man our leaders trusted when failure was not an option.
Moore shares what it takes to lead high- performing teams. Believing that the art of leadership is empowering an organization’s ground-level employees to drive solutions and results, he focuses on how to tailor leadership to different groups, build truly cohesive teams, and develop real trust – the ultimate key to success. What makes the Navy SEALs so effective is also what makes them difficult to lead, and Moore offers a practical framework for leadership that works and shows audiences how to apply his insights to their own organizations with military precision. Larger than life, his presentations are a hard-hitting look into what makes the SEAL teams effective, told through exciting and entertaining stories that leave audiences on the edges of their seats.
Battle-Won Wisdom. Moore led SEAL teams during the marquee moments of our nation’s history – like Just Cause (Panama), Bosnia, and post-9/11. He was the commander of a Joint Special Operations Task Force conducting more than 2,000 high-risk raids against key enemy leaders in Afghanistan. Additionally, he commanded several critical, no-fail hostage rescue operations, including the mission to save Captain Richard Phillip from Somali pirates.
Since commanding DEVGRU, Moore held increasingly complex leadership roles. He served as the director of counter-terrorism at the National Security Council and the deputy director for special operations at the Pentagon. There he reported to Admiral Mike Mullen, then chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and was his primary counter-terrorism advisor. Moore then spent a year as the deputy commander at the Office of Defense Representative Pakistan, where he was one of the senior officers interfacing with the Pakistani military. He put his invaluable strategic leadership experience to work in dealing with constantly shifting allegiances and allies who do not necessarily share the same priorities as the U.S. Most recently, Moore served as the deputy commander of Naval Special Warfare, where he recruited, trained, equipped, and deployed our nation’s most elite.
Teamwork Aficionado. In his off-duty time, Moore entertains himself by taking teamwork to new heights. He climbs the world’s tallest and most challenging peaks, including Mount Everest, and other Himalayan giants. Today, he is involved with numerous foundations supporting Navy SEALs and runs a strategic security solutions company.
Executive Presence: Tools to Enhance Your Power and Confidence
In this interactive workshop, Roberta will share best practices to help you enhance your Executive Presence. We will employ tools to reveal your strengths and leadership potential. Through an executive game, you will discover your unconscious behaviors and how they impact your effectiveness as a leader and a team player. We will examine the impact of our stressful culture of 24/7 “multitasking” at work and at home. We will also learn mindfulness tools to help manage this tension while improving productivity and health. We will discuss the latest research in neuroscience and human behavior, and examine Harvard Business School Professor Amy Cuddy’s groundbreaking work on ”Power Posing.”
Roberta Oster Sachs – BIO
Roberta is an Emmy Award-winning journalist, leadership coach, and a passionate and energetic communications professional. She serves as Interim Director of Communications at the Institute for Contemporary Art at VCU. With two decades of experience as a producer at NBC, CBS and ABC Network News in New York, Roberta traveled the world reporting on business, politics, and social justice issues. In 2011, she founded Oster Sachs Communications, a Richmond-based leadership and media consulting firm. Roberta’s workshops include: Executive Presence, Women’s Leadership, Power and Influence, Lead with Mindfulness, Networking Skills, and Calm in a Crisis. To book a workshop, visit: www.ostersachs.com
If cancellation is made after April 18th please refer to cancellation policy below.
All cancellations must be received via email to the Southern 7 staff representative responsible for the event. If there is a waitlist and another attendee takes the cancelled attendee’s spot, the cancelled attendee’s registration fee will be refunded. If there is no waitlist or no one takes the cancelled spot, no fees will be refunded.
For events with no registration fee and a registrant cancels , there will be a $100 cancellation fee.