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February 2020 Business Member Think Tank. Photo: Sadie Klughers


Business Member Think Tank: Applying Lessons Learned as We Move Forward

September 23, 12:30 pm - 2 pm

REGISTER

Businesses and professionals across industries in our region have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.  Join fellow Parrish Business Members in conversation on how our daily habits, work load, means of communication, and professional relationships have evolved over the past six months.  The Think Tank will be moderated by executive coaches Emil K. Everett and Erik Fredrickson, who will share feedback and resources on how to leverage these changes to your benefit moving forward.  Following the discussion, Business Members are invited to network on the Terrace and take self-guided tours of the Museum’s newly opened outdoor sculpture exhibition, Field of Dreams.

This in-person event is intended for Business Members and has a limited capacity.  All participants must pre-register by September 20.  For more information, to join or upgrade your membership, please contact Maria Fumai Dietrich at fumaim@parrishart.org or 631-283-2118 x 149.

Please note: social distancing and masks are required.  Learn more about the Museum’s COVID-19 protocols here.


MEET THE MODERATORS

Emil K. Everett

Emil K. Everett

“Empowering individuals to achieve more and make a difference.”

Emil is a highly-trained program facilitator with twenty years of experience with profit and not-for-profit institutions such as Thompson Reuters, UNICEF, Microsoft, Loro Piana, and others. His experience in training ranges from negotiation skills, sales, presentation, executive leadership, and management. His unique philosophy of training tap into the innovative thinking of other professionals to problem solve challenges and achieve greater focus on accomplishing goals. Over ninety-nine percent of participants have stated that his programs met or exceeded expectations. Thousands of professionals from over 100 industries across North America and Europe have benefited from Emil’s engaging facilitation.

 

Erik Fredrickson

Erik Fredrickson

“Align your actions with your aspirations.”

Erik is the president of Erik Fredrickson Coaching, a consulting company that focuses on business feedback/analysis, leadership training, and communication strategies. He works with businesses across the country to hire the right people, build diversely effective teams, and develop feedback systems to enhance human understanding.  His expert opinions have been published across various media including Forbes. Erik enjoys collaborating with his wife Sara, various fitness activities and spending quality time with their three children.

 


This event is planned and sponsored by the Parrish Business Council, a volunteer committee of East End professionals serving culturally engaged business leaders and organizations by providing programming and networking opportunities for Parrish Business Members. Current Councilpersons:

 

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September 23
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12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
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Parrish Art Museum
279 Montauk Highway
Water Mill, NY 11976 United States
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631-283-2118
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Business Member Think Tank: Applying Lessons Learned as We Move Forward

September 23, 12:30 pm - 2 pm

REGISTER

Businesses and professionals across industries in our region have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.  Join fellow Parrish Business Members in conversation on how our daily habits, work load, means of communication, and professional relationships have evolved over the past six months.  The Think Tank will be moderated by executive coaches Emil K. Everett and Erik Fredrickson, who will share feedback and resources on how to leverage these changes to your benefit moving forward.  Following the discussion, Business Members are invited to network on the Terrace and take self-guided tours of the Museum’s newly opened outdoor sculpture exhibition, Field of Dreams.

This in-person event is intended for Business Members and has a limited capacity.  All participants must pre-register by September 20.  For more information, to join or upgrade your membership, please contact Maria Fumai Dietrich at fumaim@parrishart.org or 631-283-2118 x 149.

Please note: social distancing and masks are required.  Learn more about the Museum’s COVID-19 protocols here.


MEET THE MODERATORS

Emil K. Everett

Emil K. Everett

“Empowering individuals to achieve more and make a difference.”

Emil is a highly-trained program facilitator with twenty years of experience with profit and not-for-profit institutions such as Thompson Reuters, UNICEF, Microsoft, Loro Piana, and others. His experience in training ranges from negotiation skills, sales, presentation, executive leadership, and management. His unique philosophy of training tap into the innovative thinking of other professionals to problem solve challenges and achieve greater focus on accomplishing goals. Over ninety-nine percent of participants have stated that his programs met or exceeded expectations. Thousands of professionals from over 100 industries across North America and Europe have benefited from Emil’s engaging facilitation.

 

Erik Fredrickson

Erik Fredrickson

“Align your actions with your aspirations.”

Erik is the president of Erik Fredrickson Coaching, a consulting company that focuses on business feedback/analysis, leadership training, and communication strategies. He works with businesses across the country to hire the right people, build diversely effective teams, and develop feedback systems to enhance human understanding.  His expert opinions have been published across various media including Forbes. Erik enjoys collaborating with his wife Sara, various fitness activities and spending quality time with their three children.

 


This event is planned and sponsored by the Parrish Business Council, a volunteer committee of East End professionals serving culturally engaged business leaders and organizations by providing programming and networking opportunities for Parrish Business Members. Current Councilpersons: