EO Nashville Member News - August 10

August 10, 2018

Three Things for EO Nashville This Week

1. August House Parties
The Sutler Saloon, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
We will be hosting 4 Cocktail Parties in August- one for each House! But, these will be more than just your typical cocktail party! As you’ve likely heard, we really want to honor the fact that EO members are in different “lifecycles.” During your Cocktail Party, we will be dividing you into different life cycle groups so you’ll have the opportunity to talk with those facing the same challenges – and also look to those who’ve already made it to the other side! We want you all to get beyond just your forum and benefit from the experience of a larger group of EO members.

CARNEGIE HOUSE (Forums 3,7,11,16,20,24,27) – August 29th REGISTER HERE

FORD HOUSE (Forums 1,5,10,18,22,26,29) – August 21st REGISTER HERE

MORGAN HOUSE (Forums 4,8,12,17,21,25,28) – August 22nd REGISTER HERE

ROCKEFELLER HOUSE (Forums 2,6,9,14,15,19,23) – August 30th REGISTER HERE

2. Jason Dorsey – Crossing the Generational Divide
September 20, 2018, 7:30am-9:30am, The Listening Room Café, 618 4th Ave South
As entrepreneurs, we work in a time of unprecedented generational challenge. Four generations in our workforce. Five generations in the marketplace. Making matters worse, there is a tremendous amount of false information about generational differences.
What we know for a fact: Strategies that work for one generation can be a complete turn-off for others. This costly generational divide makes your role more difficult and important than ever. In this powerful presentation, bestselling author Jason Dorsey reveals brand new generational truths and step-by-step solutions you can use immediately. He’ll show you exactly how to solve the cross-generation communication, recruiting, retention and innovation challenge. These insights will drive immediate ROI for you and your business. This is also a great event opportunity for your Second-In-Command or leadership team!
Jason has appeared on 200 TV shows, received over 1,000 standing ovations, and is a passionate advocate for helping EO members to drive fast growth. He’s the most sought-after Millennials and Gen Z researcher and speaker. Learn more about his Center’s research at GenHQ.com
“Generational expert Jason Dorsey has studied the strange new species known as Gen Z (humans born 2000 to present).  I guarantee you that his insight into how they see the world will have a lasting impact on both your business and your family.” – Arnie Malham, Learning Co-chair REGISTER NOW

3.  Save the Date for the 10th Annual EO Moveable Feast- October 3rd, 2018! 

This year's Moveable Feast will be held in the Gulch!  More details to follow...
 

EO Member News

Member news compiled by the Bradford Group

Articles/Columns:

Alex Tolbert [BerniePortal] penned an article for BenefitsPRO about three ways benefits brokers can win new business before open enrollment. The Tennessean published a column by Tolbert about health care marketplace options expanding in the state, and the article was picked up in the print editions of The Leaf-Chronicle, Knoxville News-Sentinel and Daily News Journal. Tolbert wrote a second Tennessean column about coverage options for consumers who lose health insurance coverage mid-year.

In the News:

Seth Argo [Focus Builders] was quoted in a Tennessean article about how outdoor living spaces are the new must-have home feature.

The Forum News featured a recent dialysis clinic project in Shreveport, Louisiana designed by Inner Design Studio [Rebecca Donner].

Advance Financial [Mike Hodges] was featured in the Nashville PRIDE for the Advance Financial Foundation’s involvement in local back-to-school philanthropy events.

The Nashville Business Journal quoted Jeff Bradford [the Bradford Group], Rosemary Plorin [Lovell Communications] and Mark Scrivner [SnapShot Interactive] in an article about the best slogans to come out of Nashville.  

Alan Young [Armor Concepts LLC] was pictured in a story in this week’s print edition of the Nashville Business Journal about the journal’s Expand initiative, which focuses on creating a more inclusive business community.

Nashville Lifestyles and the Nashville Business Journal shared photo galleries from Zander Insurance’s [Shervin Eftekhari] employee happy hour event celebrating the renovation of the company’s new employee lounge called the “Zander Zone.” The Nashville Post interviewed Eftekhari about what it’s like working in the “business of covering risks.”

Charles Robert Bone [Bone McAllester Norton] was quoted in a Tennessean article about the Tennessee gubernatorial race, which was also picked up by WBIR. An attorney from the office was quoted in a Nashville Post article about Gibson Brands, which asked a federal bankruptcy court for permission to auction off its property in the Gulch.

Forbes featured Michael Brody-Waite [Nashville Entrepreneur Center] in an article about how transparency can transform leadership. The center was also mentioned in a Nashville Post article about its Project Music program.

Two Ten Jack [Patrick Burke] was featured in the Tennessean for its happy hour deals. The Nashville Scene and WMOT mentioned the restaurant for participating in the Pilgrimage Festival’s VIP Food Village.

Eater Nashville mentioned 312 Pizza Company [Staci Bockman] as a good place to get deep dish pizza in Nashville.

Sperry’s [Sam Sanchez] was included in a Tennessean list of Nashville restaurants and bars with good happy hour deals.

A People article mentioned Melrose Billiard Parlor [Austin Ray] as the setting for Craig Campbell’s new music video.

Batter’d & Fried, Drifters BBQ and Beyond the Edge [Matthew Charette] were mentioned in a Nashville Post article about the sale of a Five Points building that houses two of the three restaurants. Drifters BBQ and Beyond the Edge were also mentioned in a Nashville Scene article about things to do in Nashville this weekend.

Guitar Girl Magazine mentioned Greko [Tony Darsinos] for sponsoring the CHARM Foundation’s Back to School Bash.

Strategic Hospitality [Benjamin Goldberg and Max Goldberg] was featured in the Nashville Scene and WMOT for curating a VIP Food Village at the Pilgrimage Festival, in which chefs from their restaurants Henrietta Red and Bastion will be participating. The Tennessean featured Henrietta Red for its happy hour deals. The Patterson House was mentioned in a Nashville Scene article about a new cocktail book being released, and The Catbird Seat was mentioned in Robb Report for its dish involving hot chicken. The Tennessean mentioned Pinewood Social in an article about a new Broadway bar that will also have a bowling alley, and Fox 17 News mentioned Paradise Park and The Band Box in an article about an upcoming event that will pay tribute to the recently closed Paradise Park bar. A chef from Bastion was quoted in The Takeout for his stance on the best way to “punch up” a tuna salad, and Bastion’s wine director was quoted in another The Takeout story on how to judge a bottle of wine based on its label.

The Nashville Post mentioned Redpepper [Tim McMullen] in an article about a former employee.

JONDIE [Rebecca Davis] was mentioned in the Williamson Source for being a participating vendor for Franklin’s upcoming Wine Down Main Street event.

The Christian Beat mentioned Project 615 [Derek Evans] in an article about the Rhett Walker Band, which has filmed a segment for the company’s The 615 Bus Sessions program.

Eater Nashville and the Williamson Source mentioned Corsair Distillery [Darek Bell] for contributing bourbon barrels for aging the cocao beans in Shake Shack’s exclusive Nashville menu item, the Caramel Bourbon Twist.

A representative of Medalogix [Dan Hogan] was quoted about the company’s predictive analytics product for home health providers in a Home Health Care News article.

Financial Advisor IQ shared Greg Luken’s [Luken Investment Analytics] article about compliance strategies for financial advisors, which was originally published in Wealth Management.

Parkside Builders [Brian Chastain] and its new townhome community in Antioch were mentioned in a Tennessean article about townhomes making homeownership more accessible for first-time buyers.

The Nashville Post announced that SnapShot Interactive [Mark Scrivner] will open an office in Austin.


EO Strategic Partner Spotlight

Virsys12 is an award-winning, Salesforce Consulting Partner focused on business innovation nationwide. With success providing transformative technology for large, small, public, and private enterprises, the team maintains top customer satisfaction and user adoption ratings. A recipient of the 2017 Salesforce Partner Innovation Award for Healthcare & Life Sciences, we guarantee our services for implementations, integrations, applications, and technology strategy.

Virsys12 has been recognized in a list of “Cool Vendors” by research firm Gartner, Inc and we are positioned as a “Contender” in a report by IDC. In addition, Virsys12 recently closed its first round of outside funding led by Salesforce Venture’ SI Trailblazer’s Fund. 

We have been a Salesforce Certified Consulting Partner since we launched, and our consultants are Salesforce experts. We are motivated by passion, collaboration, integrity, and transformation. Our team is driven by a purpose to help others succeed, a mission to be healthcare’s number one consulting partner for technology, and a laser sharp vision to empower others by providing the right technology for the growing complexity of business. 

We offer: 

Salesforce Implementations: Customized, quick, on budget, guaranteed, with expert training & support 

Integrations: Bringing your data into Salesforce and extracting it to your selected destinations 

Applications: Make processes easier, faster, more efficient. AppExchange, or 3rd party, proprietary, or V12 Custom

Strategy: Collaborative, high-level, long range planning for tomorrow’s healthcare technology

For more information, please contact:

Melinda Scruggs Gales
Melinda.gales@virsys12.com


Other Upcoming Events

The EO NERVE Conference
September 12-14, Buffalo, NY
One of the very best ways to get more out of your EO membership is to get out of Nashville and enjoy the regional and global opportunities of EO.  So register for NERVE now
SPEAKERS: They have a schedule full of great speakers, such as Jim Kelly (Pro Football Hall of Fame), Rhonda Kallman (Samuel Adams Brewery), Megan Bruneau (The Failure Factor), among many others.
SOCIAL: How cool is this??? The opening ceremony is at Niagara Falls! The other nighttime events will be fantastic, plus there are lots of cool MyEO events available such as salmon fishing, sailing, golfing, and foodie events.
PRICE: $1,495.00
FURTHER DISCOUNTS: If your entire forum attends (this is a great opportunity to tack onto your forum retreat!) the forum gets $1000! Also, new members can use their event voucher of $500 off.
REGISTER HERE: www.eonerve.com