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Who’s Speaking

We have some powerful, inspirational and innovative speakers. You won’t want to miss this.

Francis LeGasseChief Curiosity Maverick
Francis LeGasseChief Curiosity Maverick
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Katherine WellsChief Inspiration Maverick
Katherine WellsChief Inspiration Maverick
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Jill
Jill Vitale-AussemCEO, Eden Alternative
Jill
Jill Vitale-AussemCEO, Eden Alternative
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Claire Boozer Cruze
Claire Boozer Cruse, MPHChief of Staff, Deloitte Center for Health Solutions
Claire Boozer Cruze
Claire Boozer Cruse, MPHChief of Staff, Deloitte Center for Health Solutions
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Izabela
Izabela LundbergLeadership & Transformation Advisor
Izabela
Izabela LundbergLeadership & Transformation Advisor
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Kerry Mitchell
Dr. Kerry MitchellEmployee Engagement and Retention Consultant & Generational Communication Speaker
Kerry Mitchell
Dr. Kerry MitchellEmployee Engagement and Retention Consultant & Generational Communication Speaker
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Rob Pinna
Rob PinnaTransformation Leader, Entrepreneur, Technologist
Rob Pinna
Rob PinnaTransformation Leader, Entrepreneur, Technologist
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Agenda

  • Day 1 19-March-2020
  • Day 2 20-March-2020
  • WorkAbility
breakfast coffee
07:30 AM - 08:30 AMBreakfast Networking

Arrive early and enjoy networking with like-minded movers and shakers while you nourish and caffeinated yourself to get ready for the day.

Katherine & Francis on stage
08:30 AM - 09:00 PMWelcome 🐒🐬🦋 By Katherine Wells & Francis LeGasseChief Mavericks

Welcome to the Mavericks Transformation Summit.

Jill Vitale-Aussem
09:00 AM - 10:00 AMDisrupting The Status Quo Of Senior Living: A Mindshift By Jill Vitale-AussemCEO, The Eden Alternative

With 10,000 baby boomers turning 65 each day, the aging services field has been hard at work preparing new products and services.  Current practices aim to bring to senior living the kind of comfort and amenities enjoyed at hotels and resorts.

But what if these efforts are misdirected?

Jill will take you on a journey of multiple mindshifts – interweaving research on aging, ideas from influential leaders and her own failures and successes as a senior living leader. In this thought-provoking presentation, she digs deep into the often unrealized impact of ageism and ableism, explores the current culture of stagnation, paternalism and surplus safety and pushes back against the curated experiences and catered-to lifestyles promised by hospitality-based senior living.

In its place Jill proposes a deep disruption – one that frames residents not as consumers, but citizens, that reshapes the role of leaders, and focuses not on amenities but on creating vibrant community cultures of growth, meaningful purpose and belonging

10:00 AM - 10:15 AMBreak
Claire Boozer Cruze
10:15 AM - 11:15 AMThe Future Of Aging By Claire Boozer CruzeDeloitte Healthcare

2040 will look very different than today. We will see changes in the way that data is exchanged and mined, how consumers interact with different industries, and how businesses respond to these changes. These changes will have implications for how we age in the future. Moreover, changing expectations around how people are aging will help shape these trends. This presentation will explore what aging in 2040 might look like and how one industry—the health care industry—is reacting to these trends now and into the future.

Panel
11:15 AM - 12:15 PMInternation Perspective Panel Discussion By Simon Lofts (UK), Izabela Lundberg (Eastern Europe), Mimi (Thailand)

We have assembled people who know the senior care models in various parts of the world including the UK, Africa and Asia. This panel will allow us to dive into what is different, what is working for them and what their challenges are.

The objective is to get us all thinking outside of our “U.S” box and learn from other cultures and models.

We are honored to have the following people share their experiences, knowledge, and perspectives from across the globe.

Simon Lofts hails from England and has a passion for leaving a mark on the world in two areas: aging and homelessness. He is driven by creating change for the better and isn’t interested in wasting time doing it. You’ll enjoy his sense of humor, his wit, and his stories about how older adults and aging are managed and viewed in England and Ireland.


Izabla

Izabela Lundberg has a dynamic worldview after living in six countries, speaking six languages, traveling to over 40 countries, and working with diverse teams from over 80 countries. She has lived through genocide, torture and war trauma starting in her childhood home, Yugoslavia, and is a catalyst of sustainable solutions for global leaders and their most pressing challenges.


Mimi lived in a refugee camp in Thailand where she taught for three years. Seeing the need for medical staff, Mimi assisted in the Medical Clinic for three years doing everything from delivering babies to medication distribution. She then worked as a caretaker and restaurant worker until she came to the United States in 2001. Once more, she worked as a caretaker and in restaurants while learning English and volunteering in the community serving in whatever capacity she could. Mimi speaks Thai, Burmese, and Karen (pronounced KUH-REN). Her enthusiasm, leadership, and expertise has been invaluable for the doctors, nurses, social workers, clinicians and others who also serve members of various Asian and Pacific-Islander communities for over 8 years at Asian Pacific Development Center.

lunch
12:15 PM - 01:00 PMLunch
Katherine & Francis on stage
01:00 PM - 01:20 PMChallenge Circle Kickoff By Francis LeGasse & Katherine WellsChief Mavericks
People collaborating
01:20 PMChallenge Circle: Affordability

Affording care as we age is becoming prohibitive, and in some cases bankrupting older adults and putting their children into debt.

In this professionally facilitated collaboration group, we bring together people across organizations and roles in senior care — including family members and older adults — to discuss the issues, learn about each other’s challenges, and begin to create solutions that work for all.

You will leave this Challenge Circle with at least 3 action items that you commit to implementing and reporting back. It is only with action that we can see what works, and truly transform the industry.

People collaborating
01:20 PMChallenge Circle: Workforce Issues

Workforce issues and the caregiver shortage are plaguing our ability to deliver quality care to our older adults.

In this professionally facilitated collaboration group, we bring together people across organizations and roles in senior care — including family members and older adults — to discuss the issues, learn about each other’s challenges, and begin to create solutions that work for all.

You will leave this Challenge Circle with at least 3 action items that you commit to implementing and reporting back. It is only with action that we can see what works, and truly transform the industry.

People collaborating
01:20 PMChallenge Circle: Communication

Our siloed communication models do not serve our older adults well. It’s time we bridge the silos and work together to provide the best possible care.

In this professionally facilitated collaboration group, we bring together people across organizations and roles in senior care — including family members and older adults — to discuss the issues, learn about each other’s challenges, and begin to create solutions that work for all.

You will leave this Challenge Circle with at least 3 action items that you commit to implementing and reporting back. It is only with action that we can see what works, and truly transform the industry.

Katherine & Francis on stage
04:00 PM - 04:45 PMChallenge Circle Updates & Wrap-Up
  • WorkAbility
breakfast coffee
07:30 AM - 08:30 AMBreakfast Networking

Arrive early and enjoy networking with like-minded movers and shakers while you nourish and caffeinated yourself to get ready for the day.

Morning Kickoff
08:30 AM - 09:15 AMMorning Kickoff By Francis LeGasse & Katherine Wells
Cross Collaboration
09:00 AM - 11:00 AMChallenge Circles: Cross-Organizational Collaboration

Join one of three Challenge Circles: Workforce, Affordability, Communication. In each Challenge Circle, we bring together people with various roles across senior care, including family members and older adults.

We believe that until we understand each other’s challenges and processes, we can’t really develop solutions that work for all. As we have all the various voices at the table, we can share ideas and create real solutions.

You will leave the Challenge Circle with at least 3 action items that you commit to implementing and reporting back. It is only with action that we can see what works, and truly transform the industry.

Katherine & Francis on stage
11:00 AM - 12:00 AMAction & Accountability WrapUp

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$199/ person
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  • Networking Breakfast - Day 1
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Maverick

$449/ person
  • 1-1/2 days
  • Networking Breakfast - Day 1 & 2
  • Attend all Presentations
  • Lunch - Day 1
  • Participation in Challenge Circles
  • Access to all Digital Content
  • Signed book: Disrupting The Status Quo of Senior Living: A Mindshift by Keynote speaker, Jill Vitale-Aussem

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