Schedule

Wednesday, August 14, 2019

3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.

Professional Headshots

4:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.

Registration

4:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.

Networking Reception (optional)

Evening on your own - enjoy the sights and sounds of Austin!


Thursday, August 15, 2019

8:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.

Registration

8:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.

Continental Breakfast

8:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

Welcome & Opening General Session
Defining Our Why: Starting with What Matters Most
Rocky Garza

11:00 a.m. - 11:15 a.m.

Stretch Break

12:15 p.m. - 1:15 p.m.

Networking Lunch
Young Professional of the Year Award Presentation

1:15 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.

Experiential Learning Activity

3:45 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

General Session
The Elephant in the Room
Ronaldo Hardy, CUDE

5:30 p.m.

YP Meet Up (offsite event)

Evening on your own - enjoy the sights and sounds of Austin!


Friday, August 16, 2019

8:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.

Continental Breakfast

8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.

General Session
Snap Yes to Success!
DeDe Murcer Moffett

9:30 a.m. - 10:15 a.m.

CEO Panel

10:15 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

Stretch Break & Hotel Check-out

10:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

Advocacy
The Importance of Being Involved
YP Advisors

11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Closing General Session
Leading Your Parents
Raven Solomon

Cash Prize & Free 2020 YP Conference Registration Drawing
(must be present to win)



Community First Village

This year the attendees of the Young Professionals Conference (YPC) in Austin are asked to bring items to help the Community First Village. Social responsibility is an important part of the credit union philosophy and should be carried out in all aspects of the movement. This is a great way for the young professionals (YPs) to leave a positive impact on Austin.

Please bring the following items to donate:

  • NEW socks
  • NEW underwear
  • toothpaste, toothbrushes, floss, mouthwash
  • razors
  • shaving cream
  • combs
  • shampoo
  • lotion
  • deodorant
  • lip balm
  • Band-aids, small first-aid kits
  • sunscreen
  • nail clippers
Rocky Garza

Rocky Garza

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Opening General Session: Defining Our Why: Starting with What Matters Most

We define core values as "WHY" you do what you do. In all instances and in every role we play, we have a reason, an intention, and a motivation. By identifying our core values, we can bring a language and vernacular to our daily life that most of us miss. We often get caught up in WHAT we do before we have the conversation around WHY we do it. If we don't start with WHY, then we have missed the boat. Understanding WHY gives us insight into how we lead, set goals, make decisions, and communicate our value to others.

A sales team is only successful when they know WHY the client needs them, and WHY their product or service is the solution. A marketing team can only communicate so much without knowing what is really driving the decision-maker to make a choice. To know where we fit in an organization means we must know where we fit personally. During this session, Rocky Garza will guide you as you look inward, make a plan, and then move outward to kick some ass.

Knowledge level: Basic
Pre-requisites: None
No advance preparation is required.
CPE Field of Study: Personal Development

Continuing Education Information

Rocky Garza

Rocky Garza

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Rocky Garza

Rocky Garza is a people and culture development expert who challenges audiences and explores relationship management and humanity through his Personal Identity Mapping service. His high-energy approach was developed during seven-years as director of ministry at one of the largest youth camps in Texas and as a member of the pastoral staff at Chase Oaks Church in Dallas. He is founder/principal of RockyGarza.com and Staff Retreat Co., a leadership development practice that works with key executives, business owners and departments/teams. Garza has worked with Grant Thornton, Kwik Kar, Headington Companies, Connective Agency, Glass Heel, DRC Young Professional Summit, and more. He is a graduate of Texas A&M University.

Ronaldo Hardy

Ronaldo Hardy

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The Elephant in the Room

We all know this can get a little awkward, but it’s a conversation we can’t avoid. What conversations do minorities in your organization desire to have with you? Does your leadership communicate exclusion or inclusion? Are you attracting or repelling members and employees alike based on how well you model diversity, inclusion, and equity? Learn how to build a diverse team and an organization where everyone feels welcomed and is offered a chance at equal opportunity.

Knowledge level: Basic
Pre-requisites: None
No advance preparation is required.
CPE Field of Study: Personal Development

Continuing Education Information

Ronaldo Hardy

Ronaldo Hardy

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Ronaldo Hardy, CUDE

Ronaldo Hardy is a thought leader who specializes in fostering growth through innovation. He has spent more than 15 years working in financial institutions, from the frontline to president/CEO. He holds a bachelor’s in business from the University of Louisiana at Monroe, and a master’s in human resource education from Louisiana State University. His educational background and real-world experience have made him a sought-after change agent to repair and rebuild organizations. Hardy specializes in building strong brands and cultures, strategic planning, creating innovative work environments, energizing millennials, and workplace diversity.

DeDe Murcer Moffett

DeDe Murcer Moffett

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Snap Yes to Success!

Are you ready to say SNAP Yes!, bust out of your box, and drop kick it across the room? The fact is, many of us aren’t just boxed in; we’re encased in bubble wrap and then double-boxed with a bunch of packing tape wrapped around for good measure. So…where do you start? And how do you find the energy? When you’re boxed-in, burned out, and buried in beliefs that are sucking the life out of you, the way forward can seem pretty darn murky. Overcoming a 24-year addiction to singing the National Anthem at Yankee Stadium to today running a multimillion-dollar company, DeDe Murcer Moffett knows what living a boxed-in life feels and looks like. But she also knows the mindset and daily routine required to kick that box to the curb for the long haul and See New Achievable Possibilities in business and life.

S – ee your box - Learn how and why you keep shooting yourself in the foot – Plus how to stop it now!

N - o more bargaining – How to choose between fear and regret as you pursue the career and life you want.

A – sk the tough question – What’s your passion – How to infuse it right where you are and wherever you go.

P - repare to succeed regardless – Setbacks happen – How to keep going when you want to give up.

Knowledge level: Basic
Pre-requisites: None
No advance preparation is required.
CPE Field of Study: Personal Development

Continuing Education Information

DeDe Murcer Moffett

DeDe Murcer Moffett

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DeDe Murcer Moffett

DeDe Murcer Moffett is an expert in professional success, leadership, and employee engagement. She has been named to the Top Speakers List by M&C Magazine. Her powerful personal story and ability to entertain, while giving audiences the strategies to step into their own spotlight of success, has enabled her to share the stage with many celebrities, entertainers, and thought leaders throughout the country. She is the bestselling author of Wisdom Wedgies and Life's Little Zingers; Motivation that Gets Stuck in All the Right Places; and her newest book: SNAP Yes! The Art of Seeing New Achievable Possibilities in Business and Life.

Raven Solomon

Raven Solomon

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Leading Your Parents

Due primarily to the mass exodus of Baby Boomers in the workforce, we expect to see in the coming years, mid-level managers and leaders becoming younger and younger. After a six-month training program, they are expected to step up, earn the respect of their team members, and deliver results just as quickly, if not quicker, than an industry veteran.

In this presentation, former sales executive and Millennial leader of multigenerational teams Raven Solomon will remove much of that anxiety by providing insights and proven strategies of multigenerational leadership, as covered in her new book Leading Your Parents: 25 Rules of Effective Multigenerational Leadership for Millennials & Gen Z.

Outcomes

During this presentation, attendees will:

  • Discover the three keys to multigenerational leadership and the top two rules that accompany those keys.
  • Gain insight into other generations to increase empathy and cross-generational effectiveness.
  • Learn how to overcome the negative stereotypes of Millennials & Gen Z and leverage them to your advantage, guiding team members your parents’ age, which can be an uncomfortable and intimidating task.

Knowledge level: Basic
Pre-requisites: None
No advance preparation is required.
CPE Field of Study: Personal Development

Continuing Education Information

Raven Solomon

Raven Solomon

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Raven Solomon

Raven Solomon is a millennial who’s cracked the code on how to lead intergenerational teams. In her 2019 release Leading Your Parents: 25 Rules to Effective Multigenerational Leadership for Millennials and Gen Z, Solomon shares her leadership principles and practical advice for YPs seeking to transition into leadership positions. Solomon overcame poverty, illness, and bullying to surpass her goals and lead through service. She is a speaker, author, and founder/president of the Charlotte-based Center for Next Generational Leadership and Professional Development, a startup focused on developing tomorrow's leaders. Solomon was valedictorian of her college graduating class and one of the youngest executives ever in the Fortune 50.

Power Hour #1: Lending/Collections

Back by popular demand!

Take full advantage of your conference experience! Join one of our open-space power hour sessions for a quick-paced, informative time to share best practices and bring real-life experiences and problem-solving skills to the table. Hear from fellow young professionals as they discuss challenges, pain points, and opportunities facing their credit unions and professional development. Choose the best session for you and prepare to power up! Bring a list of questions, ideas, and an open mind!

During this session we will discuss lending/collections, pits/peaks, and hot topics within your credit union with other lending and collections professionals.

Power Hour #2: Marketing/Business Development

Back by popular demand!

Take full advantage of your conference experience! Join one of our open-space power hour sessions for a quick-paced, informative time to share best practices and bring real-life experiences and problem-solving skills to the table. Hear from fellow young professionals as they discuss challenges, pain points, and opportunities facing their credit unions and professional development. Choose the best session for you and prepare to power up! Bring a list of questions, ideas, and an open mind!

The session will provide an open forum to discuss what works, what flops, and what you feel has made your credit union stand out in the community.

Power Hour #3: Operations/Member Experience

Back by popular demand!

Take full advantage of your conference experience! Join one of our open-space power hour sessions for a quick-paced, informative time to share best practices and bring real-life experiences and problem-solving skills to the table. Hear from fellow young professionals as they discuss challenges, pain points, and opportunities facing their credit unions and professional development. Choose the best session for you and prepare to power up! Bring a list of questions, ideas, and an open mind!

Member experience is all the buzz in credit unions. Come and share your ideas on what your credit union is doing to be a differentiator and stay in the compliance zone.

Power Hour #4: Human Resources/Training

Back by popular demand!

Take full advantage of your conference experience! Join one of our open-space power hour sessions for a quick-paced, informative time to share best practices and bring real-life experiences and problem-solving skills to the table. Hear from fellow young professionals as they discuss challenges, pain points, and opportunities facing their credit unions and professional development. Choose the best session for you and prepare to power up! Bring a list of questions, ideas, and an open mind!

This session will encourage intimate discussions, sharing, and interesting, compelling, and thought-provoking conversations about human resources and employee development-related topics that affect company culture. Topics may include training, coaching and counseling, rewards and recognition, and more!

Power Hour #5: Mentoring

Back by popular demand!

Take full advantage of your conference experience! Join one of our open-space power hour sessions for a quick-paced, informative time to share best practices and bring real-life experiences and problem-solving skills to the table. Hear from fellow young professionals as they discuss challenges, pain points, and opportunities facing their credit unions and professional development. Choose the best session for you and prepare to power up! Bring a list of questions, ideas, and an open mind!

Millennials want constant feedback, and we’re all in a hurry to succeed. But to advance in our careers, we need great mentors. What qualities should we look for – do they provide/exhibit empathy, encouragement, the skills you’re looking for/want to learn, inspiration, and the right history/experiences?

Power Hour #6: Networking

Back by popular demand!

Take full advantage of your conference experience! Join one of our open-space power hour sessions for a quick-paced, informative time to share best practices and bring real-life experiences and problem-solving skills to the table. Hear from fellow young professionals as they discuss challenges, pain points, and opportunities facing their credit unions and professional development. Choose the best session for you and prepare to power up! Bring a list of questions, ideas, and an open mind!

Networking events aren’t the highlight of most people’s lives, but they are all about making new connections and learning from one another. At networking events you can gain industry knowledge, develop leadership skills, and help your community. Let’s discuss how to make those “Dang it... I have to network” events educational and beneficial to your growth as a young professional.

Power Hour #7: Advocacy 101

Back by popular demand!

Take full advantage of your conference experience! Join one of our open-space power hour sessions for a quick-paced, informative time to share best practices and bring real-life experiences and problem-solving skills to the table. Hear from fellow young professionals as they discuss challenges, pain points, and opportunities facing their credit unions and professional development. Choose the best session for you and prepare to power up! Bring a list of questions, ideas, and an open mind!

During this session we will discuss why advocacy is so important and best practices for what to do--and what not to do--when meeting with elected officials and lobbying for a particular issue. Learn skills that will empower you to go out and get support for issues you are passionate about.

Advocacy: The Importance of Being Involved

During this session, you will discover why advocacy is so important and best practices for what to do — and what not to do — when meeting with elected officials and lobbying for a particular issue. Learn skills that will empower you to go out and get support for issues you are passionate about.