11 a.m.-Noon

Brandon Herrin (Lakeland Student)
We self-generate enthusiasm, passion, confidence and motivation.

Craig Mertler (Author and professor of education at Arizona State University)
We empower ourselves to become better people through a systematic process that incorporates individual reflection.

Dr. Mark Weisberg (Clinical health psychologist, Minneapolis)
How to get rid of "fake" pain.

Noon-1 p.m.

Monique Brickham (Lakeland professor of graphic design)
Design thinking (aka: human centered design) empathetically solves complex non-design problems.

Jacqueline Corey (Sign language interpreter)
People can shift to a new gender perspective by confronting biases, examining current definitions and projecting new paradigms.

Paul White (Lakeland director of institutional research and assessment)
Lazy thinking prevents social, cultural and political progress.

Casey Hoff (Attorney)
Defending people charged with horrible crimes supports the Sixth Amendment, humanizes people and makes the world a safer place.

1-2 p.m.

Zach Mock (Lakeland student)
Embracing, even pursuing failure creates benefits far beyond playing it safe.

Jamie Schramm (Lakeland adjunct professor of business)
When a leader becomes their own champion first it leads to more powerful results that being too self-less.

Jess Lambrecht (Lakeland director of career readiness & cooperative education)
Experiential education better prepares individuals for life-long learning to anticipate the needs of our future workforce.

Dorothy (Archery instructor) and Wyatt McElroy (Eighth grader)
Managing grief through archery creates control over it, builds connections with others and creates new paths to the future.