If you haven’t heard the news already, Achievers Customer Experience (ACE), our annual employee engagement and user conference, will be in Toronto this September! We provide our attendees with a compelling lineup of speakers who are experts in engagement, rewards and recognition, HR technology, and the Achievers platform.
We are very excited to announce this year’s keynote speakers:
Fostering Leadership and Achieving Dreams
For over 3 decades, Joan Lunden has been a trusted voice in American homes. As the longest running host ever on early morning TV, for nearly two decades Joan greeted viewers each morning on Good Morning America bringing insight to the day’s top stories.
In June of 2014, Joan was diagnosed with Triple-Negative Breast Cancer, which required chemotherapy, surgery, and radiation. Joan made a decision to take her battle public and has since shared her journey through cancer treatment with the world, becoming a prominent voice in the breast cancer community.
An award-winning journalist, bestselling author, motivational speaker, woman’s health & wellness advocate, and mom of seven – she continues to be one of America’s most recognized and trusted personalities.
At ACE 2016, she’ll be sharing her secrets to becoming a great leader and achieving your goals.
The 5 Second Rule: Achieve Breakthrough Performance in your Career and Life
Mel Robbins is a TV personality, coach, author, and speaker, and is currently one of CNN’s most popular on-air commentators and opinion writers. Mel has shared her expertise in human behavior on Good Morning America, Dr. Phil, Dr. Oz, Oprah, The Today Show, and Fox News. She was named America’s Outstanding News Talkshow Host at the 2014 Gracie Awards.
Her TEDx Talk on “How to Stop Screwing Yourself Over” has over 3 million views, and her book on the brain and productivity, “Stop Saying You’re Fine”, is a business bestseller that has been translated into four languages.
Mel will give the ACE audience her strategies for improving your performance both in and out of the office.
Redefine Possible: Lessons for Tackling Mountains in the Corporate World
Spencer West’s charisma and dynamism captivate audiences every time he speaks. Whether addressing corporate leaders, nonprofits, or the education world, listeners are mesmerized as Spencer describes his journey after losing both legs from the pelvis down at the age of five to last year, when he climbed, and summited, Mount Kilimanjaro using his hands and wheelchair.
Spencer is a top-ranked keynoter, author of the best-selling book “Standing Tall: My Journey”, and star of the documentary “Redefine Possible: The Story of Spencer West”, which debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2012.
At ACE, Spencer will teach attendees his approach to overcoming seemingly insurmountable obstacles – including those we encounter in the workplace.