Wednesday, Nov. 13 - Tours and Workshops
Crosby Wellness Center at the Center for Health & Wellbeing
A collaboration between the Winter Park Health Foundation and AdventHealth, the 80,000-square-foot Center for Health & Wellbeing is dedicated to strengthening the body, mind and spirit. The center features a central Commons where visitors can grab a healthy meal at Nourish Coffee Bar + Kitchen, learn to cook nutrition-rich food at the Nutrition Theatre, meet with a Wellbeing Guide, take a class or get hands-on with interactive exhibits at the BeWell Bar. Outdoors, six distinct gardens surround the center, five of which are designed to stimulate one of the five senses.
The cornerstone of the Center is the Peggy & Philip B. Crosby Wellness Center. Originally built in 1989, the newly renovated 30,000-square-foot medically integrated facility features two pools – a dedicated lap pool and a warmer pool for aquatic exercise and therapy – weight and cardio equipment, locker rooms with saunas, group exercise studios, an indoor walking track and a children’s wellness and childcare area.
The Center also offers a full range of health services, including primary care, specialty health services, an outpatient lab and a pharmacy. This unique combination of health services, together with the Center’s health and fitness amenities, provides a seamless and comprehensive approach to improving health and wellbeing.
Cost: $49 (includes refreshments)
Boombah Sports Complex at Seminole County and Orlando City Stadium
Join AB Show as we tour two of Orlando’s most impressive outdoor field complexes.
The first stop will be at the Boombah Sports Complex, a 102-acre facility with 15 lighted, tournament-quality fields for softball, baseball, soccer, football and lacrosse. The complex, which hosts a multitude of tournaments every year, also features a large central pavilion for groups, walking paths, batting cages, bullpens adjacent to athletic field dugouts, spectator bleachers with a shade cover at each field, three centrally located concession/hospitality buildings, a playground and an administration building with offices, meeting space and rest rooms.
Next, we’ll head to Orlando City Stadium, home to MLS team Orlando City and NWSL team Orlando Pride. The 25,500-capacity stadium, located within walking distance of Orlando’s downtown entertainment district, is in one of the best locations of any soccer stadium in the country. The stadium was designed with the intention of creating the loudest and most intimidating atmosphere in Major League Soccer, with North America’s only safe-standing supporter section and a low slanted roofline to amplify crowd noise. The field was sunk 8 feet below ground level to offer spectacular views from street level. It also features an expansive 10,000-square-foot fan plaza and an 8,400-square-foot indoor Club.
Cost: $69 (includes reception)
AB Show's workshops get right to the heart of what matters most to you on the job. Workshops are a great opportunity to dig in deep and learn from the experts.
Bold and Courageous Leadership
Many organizations complete strategic or master plans that are designed to provide direction and action. But on average, only 13% of those organizations successfully implement the goals and objectives that are created in the plan. Practicing a form of adaptive leadership gives organizations the tools to mobilize and tackle tough challenges by finding solutions in ways that are outside their comfort zones. It has its roots in altruism, courage, risk, discomfort, business acumen and true engagement within the organization and in the community, as well as on a very personal, individual level for staff. For an organization, it can be a valuable leadership framework that helps teams adapt and find success in environments that are challenging. Understanding and utilizing that framework allows both individuals and organizations to take on the gradual but meaningful process of change and find success in ways they may never have thought were possible.
You’ll learn how to:
• Identify the difference between technical and adaptive challenges.
• Utilize those people most affected by change to guide the path to achieve successful change management.
• Define specific challenges that your organizations are facing and design an action plan to manage.
Faculty: Lisa Paradis, Vice President & Principal, 110% Inc., Bolton, Mass.
Functional Aging Specialist Certification Course
The rapid growth of the age 50+ population presents unprecedented opportunity for fitness professionals who understand how to train these clients effectively. This interactive workshop and innovative certification program will teach you the skills necessary to implement functional training techniques, strategies and movements that are important to your aging clientele. Whether you conduct private trainings, small-group trainings or group fitness classes, the techniques learned here will serve you and your clients for years to come.
You’ll learn how to:
• Properly assess the functional abilities of older clients.
• Design a safe and effective functional exercise program for low-, moderate- and high-functioning clients.
• Utilize balance-specific assessments and training strategies to improve balance and reduce fall risk.
Faculty: Dan Ritchie, President and Co-Founder, Functional Aging Institute, and Owner, Miracles Fitness, West Lafayette, Inc.
Cost: $199 Note: Upon registering for the workshop, you'll be given access to 12 online manuals and 22 videos, the entire FAS online certification (value $399). You are encouraged to review some materials prior to the workshop. At the end of the workshop, you'll be ready to take an online exam to earn the certification.
Purposeful, Powerful and Practical Ways to Cultivate Customer Service Excellence
Understanding that you are really in the ‘memory management’ business, know that customers remember the beginning and end of every visit … of every experience. Seldom do you get a second chance to make a first impression. Learn how to close the gaps between perception and reality in the delivery of exceptional service. From data collected on more than 1,200 customer service audits, Scott will initially share information on best practices and standards that work. Then, through a unique roundtable discussion format, strategically placed at select intervals throughout the session, participants will actively contribute, discuss and share their ideas and experiences. This is a highly interactive session that is designed to help you gain a needed competitive advantage in our challenging marketplace.
You’ll learn how to:
• Identify, deliver and measure the impact of remarkable and memorable service experiences.
• Develop a working, desktop, 'service excellence' plan of action to enhance facility and organization success.
• Compare, evaluate and discover various best-practice standards of service excellence as shared by participants during the roundtable format.
Faculty: Scott Chovanec, President, Scott Chovanec & Associates Inc., Highland Park, Ill.
Owners, Architects and Contractors: How to Build a Successful and Collaborative Working Relationship
Understanding the design and construction process is not easy, especially if you have never lived through what can often be a 3- to 5-year process from start to finish. This presentation will bring together the best lessons learned from years of experience in helping clients manage a new or renovation project. What are the most common conflicts? How can you foster a positive working relationship? This interactive workshop will provide a solid foundation and roadmap to navigate your way through the most common challenges. The presenters will share their stories, new tools to streamline the design process, new trends in construction delivery and possible solutions to overcome a sampling of design and construction hurdles.
You’ll learn how to:
• Utilize basic design and construction terminology to be able to communicate effectively with your team.
• Empower your team to work collaboratively to balance the golden triangle of quality, quantity and cost.
• Identify, discuss and address common project challenges before it's too late.
Faculty: Colleen McKenna, Principal, CannonDesign, Boston, and Roland Lemke, Principal, CannonDesign, Arlington, Va.