Speakers at ICBA Live 2022

Feb. 27-Mar. 3, 2022 • San Antonio

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Mike Walsh

CEO of Tomorrow

Author of The Algorithmic Leader, Harvard Business Review columnist

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Tuesday, March 1

New Rules for a New World

The pandemic changed our way of life and accelerated the arrival of a radical new future of work. Whether it be engaging customers through digital channels or leveraging AI, algorithms and automation to reinvent how we deliver value – in the next decade, we’re likely to see a century’s worth of change.

Mike Walsh offers insights into the organizations and leaders who are successfully navigating this period of change, and how to create a playbook for your own transformation. Becoming future-proof is more than just about getting through a crisis – it is about being ready for the new world that awaits us on the other side.

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Mallory Weggemann

2020 and 2012 Paralympic Gold Medalist

NBC Sports Winter Paralympics Correspondent, Author, and Equality Activist

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Wednesday, March 2

Small Steps, Big Impact: A “Small Victories” Approach to Leadership

According to Mallory Weggemann, one of the keys to leadership is to tackle a seemingly insurmountable challenge by achieving small victories along the way. After suffering a debilitating arm injury, Weggemann discovered one of the greatest qualities leaders possess is the ability to adapt — particularly in the face of overwhelming obstacles.

After a successful comeback to the Rio Paralympic Games, Weggemann continued to apply her philosophy to her training following Rio with an epic comeback including three medals at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games.

Outside of sports, she applies this resilience to every facet of life– from her training to her decision to learn how to walk down the aisle at her wedding. Through reflection and raw honesty, Weggemann illustrates how to celebrate small victories and to use setbacks as tools to develop teams.

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General Session Speakers

Rebeca Romero Rainey

ICBA President & CEO

Washington, DC

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Robert Fisher

Chairman, ICBA

President & CEO, Tioga State Bank, Spencer, NY

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Brad M. Bolton

ICBA Chairman-Elect

President & CEO, Community Spirit Bank, Red Bay, AL

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