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Crisis: A Reflective Look Back and a Bright Path Forward
Wednesday, March 17, 2021, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM CST
Category: Webinar

Crisis: A Reflective Look Back and a Bright Path Forward

Come along for the ride as we uncover the modern crises that caused my worst living nightmare: natural disasters, hotel strikes, medical emergencies, a celebrity party-crasher, a stalker and more all for my very first annual meeting at a new association. A seemingly unbelievable chain of events forever changed how I think about and plan for crisis. Leave your Emergency Plan binder on the shelf and instead join me in reframing and reimagining how we solve problems. Weaved into this “you’ll never believe what happened next” case study is one key lesson: shift away from a checklist-mindset, and toward seeing your contracts, communications, and other resources as a framework for responding to any crisis – even the ones we could have never foreseen. Moving you from the traditional “what if” reactionary mindset, to a resource-focused, proactive method of decision-making will give you newfound confidence to tackle any challenges, even as they continue to mount. Your limits may be tested one day, as mine were. Are you ready?

Date & Time: Wednesday, May 17, 2021 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Speaker: Nate Wambold, Director, Meetings & Conferences, American Anthropological Association
CAE: Domain 5 – Business Development - Meetings & Events
Zoom: Live Webinar (link will be emailed prior to meeting)
Registration: Member: $15; Non-members: $35

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Nate Wambold, Director, Meetings & Conferences, American Anthropological Association has been a leader in the association space for more than a decade. He is an ASAE NextGen alum as well as a DELP Scholar. He is currently the Chair of the ASAE Young Professionals Advisory Committee, and the Director of Meetings & Conferences at the American Anthropological Association based in Arlington, Virginia. He is a seasoned speaker/presenter on a variety of topics to include Crisis Management, Food Insecurity, Accessibility, Change Management, DE&I and Career Mapping and Mentoring. In his free time he enjoys being outdoors hiking, camping, backpacking, skiing and snowboarding. He is looking forward to traveling again in a post COVID pandemic world.