A panel of advanced members shares how the immersive and practical environment of our global Annual Member Conference produces real, lasting, and consequential results.
This special feature is an exclusive interview with a panel of advanced members who just returned from our 2017 Annual Member Conference, our flagship global event held annually in some of the world’s best luxury resorts. We conducted this interview as a study in the immersive impact of learning and practicing in a social and consequential environment. While most conference participants suffer “death by PowerPoint,” the Influence Ecology conference is known for its ‘game’ — an entirely constructed strategic real-life situation that may last 2-3 days. It produces “real experience” and consequential conditions which maximize learning by doing. You’ll hear how each of these participants left the conference with a practical and emboldened experience of their ability and capacity to meet their aims.
Pictured are “The Sharks” from the 2017 Annual Member Conference Game in Ojai. Teams pitched offers to the Sharks to learn and practice the principles of Transactional Competence. The photo features MAP 2 Members Marcus Bell, James Walls, Louisa (DaSilva) Dilivar, Angela Meharg, Brandon Hollembeak, and Joanna Burgraf.
James Walls Product Marketing Director, Dimension Data APAC – Singapore
John James C-Section Recovery Center – Dallas
Nina Davis Communication – Innovation – Change Consultant at Stanford Hospital and Clinics – Stanford
Joe McNerney Principal, The McNerney Law Firm – Chicago