The Rockies Mean Business.
Enhance your skills, network with industry leaders and drive more business at Connect Rockies—the event for planners and suppliers focused on national association, corporate and international meetings and events in the Rocky Mountains. Experience a quality packed day of general sessions, roundtables, preset appointments and networking.
Connect Rockies is the business marketplace where RFPs are placed, dates are secured and relationships are developed for future business.
Subject to Change
|Monday, March 4|
|Tuesday, March 5|
Body Language Trainer
Darrell Hammond, Sr.
Higher Ground Consulting, Inc.
|Body language and persuasion expert, speaker, author and 3-time U.S. Collegiate Cycling Champion, Traci speaks globally and is a frequent guest on TV, where she inteprets body language in current events.||Darrell’s 30 year career in human resources led to many years in increasingly responsible executive positions. He has over 15 years as a master trainer and executive coach. Advisor and consultant to boards, executives, teams, corporations, numerous government agencies, elected officials, and non-profit leadership teams, Darrell has expertise and passion for team building, leadership and organizational effectiveness. He is known for his energy, humor, analogies and straight talking style.|
Subject to Change
Presented by Traci Brown
Are you winning the game of two truths and a lie? You play every day—especially in the hospitality industry—and don't even know it. Win the game across the teller line, in the loan department and with your team to dramatically improve your bottom line. Learn how to detect fraud in statements before signing on that contract line! In this fast pased session you will learn the system to separate the lies from the truth in today's headlines, your job, and in your own life.
Presented by Darrell Hammond, Sr.
Difficult people are everywhere. Don’t believe it? Just look in the mirror. We all come from different backgrounds and possess different values, perspectives and opinions. This workshop explores how we can develop a shared communication model with others. We will learn about communication styles and how best to listen and speak to those who appear to be critical and confrontational.