Fast Track to Pharmacy Success: Speakers from the 2017 PDS All Star Super-Conference

Fast Track to Pharmacy Success“Helping pharmacy owners grow in an unfair game.” This has been the sole focus of PDS Founder and CEO, Dan Benamoz for 18 years since the launch of Pharmacy Development Services (PDS). After extensive planning and collaborating, we are ready to drive substantial changes in the independent pharmacy industry.

Our 2017 PDS All Star Super-Conference gave pharmacy owners the platform to start getting the results they wanted for their pharmacy. They heard from the top movers and shakers in the business who shared key strategies and insights for achieving entrepreneurial success. The 2017 Keynote Speaker lineup was made up of the biggest and brightest business leaders never before seen at a pharmacy conference. Attendees discovered the steps needed to take to achieve operational efficiency, build an excellent team, and increase their bottom line.

Paul DePodesta, Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game: The inspiration behind the motion picture Moneyball, DePodesta has made a career of evaluating, measuring and assigning a quantifiable value to talent. DePodesta played a major role in leading the New York Mets to the World Series in 2015 as VP of Player Development and has recently taken on a new role as Chief Strategy Officer for the NFL’s Cleveland Browns. DePodesta’s approach focuses on building an empire in spite of budget shortcoming through data-mining and analytics. Let’s face it, in a constantly evolving industry; you must continually pivot your pharmacy business to avoid becoming irrelevant. By learning and applying the Moneyball methodology to your business, you will change the way you look at the success and profitability of your pharmacy by making data-driven business decisions to win against the competition.

Dan Heath, How to Lead a Switch: With an MBA from Harvard Business School, Dan, along with his brother Chip, has written three New York Times Best Sellers, including the best business book of 2007, Made to Stick: Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die. Heath’s presentation pulls inspiration from his books and will show you how to make your pharmacy systematically stronger. Communication and change are challenging in any organization, but Heath will help uncover the keys to creating and implementing more efficient strategies in your pharmacy.

Dr. Nido Qubein, From Success to Significance: “Good leaders must become what they want their followers to become.” Dr. Qubein has enough awards to take over this entire email. He is currently the chairman of the Great Harvest Bread Company and serves on the board of several national organizations and Fortune 500 companies such as BB&T. He is a nationally recognized and leading professional speaker, making this keynote a cannot miss event. When times are tough, and business is challenging Dr. Qubein is the quintessential speaker on turning adversity into abundance and in this keynote, he’ll share his story, ideas, and strategies for succeeding through turbulent times. If you’ve struggled to find focus, balance, and meaning in business, and in life, this one is for you.

Joel Weldon, Elephants Don’t Bite! Little Things Make the Difference: In this keynote presentation Weldon focuses on a very simple yet profound idea; it is the little things that drive success in business, not the big stuff. Subtle, incremental things you do the right way in your pharmacy business will bring huge rewards. Weldon is a highly sought-after corporate speaker who’s most well known for his slogan that states “Success Comes in CANS, Not Cannots.” Weldon is a master at tailoring his presentations to his audience. Attendees walked out of this keynote with a plan for improving what they do and how they do it as it relates to leadership, sales, customer service, creativity, and change.

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