McLean, Virginia (PRWEB) October 17, 2013
Pivotal Plays, a business focused on building programs and tools to help organizations discover and unlock the value of everyday good, is proud to host The Playmaker Accolades. The event will honor three business, community, and sports leaders who stand out for their ability to inspire everyday good. The Playmaker Accolades will take place Tuesday, November 5, 2013 from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Gannett Center in McLean, VA.
“We have an impressive group of leaders scheduled to speak at our November event,” Erik Ayers, Pivotal Plays co-founder said. “They have a track record of building cultures where the good things people do every day are celebrated. Their stories are learning opportunities that we want to share.”
Panelists for the event include: Joe Theismann, entrepreneur and former quarterback, Steve Mariotti, founder of The Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE), and Dr. Kurt Newman, President and CEO of the Children's National Medical Center. The event will be moderated by Comcast SportsNet’s Julie Donaldson. “I am excited to be a part of this impressive panel of professionals,” said Steve Mariotti, panelist and founder of NFTE. “I have seen firsthand the power of recognizing the everyday good, and I am looking forward to sharing my thoughts and learning from the other honorees.” Topics for the event include: teamwork and collaboration, motivating teams in the face of adversity, embracing differences to achieve goals, and responding to curveballs and surprises.
Pivotal Plays is supported by ambassadors and partners who are committed to celebrating the positive stories of those who work hard to make good things happen in the workplace and community. Pivotal Plays ambassadors and partners include: CBRE, Lockton, Merrill Corporation, Pappas Group, Sportsworx, FoundersCorps, MAVA, Comcast Sportsnet, WNEW, and 106.7 The FAN. Learn more about the event and register here.
About Pivotal Plays
Pivotal Plays is building the programs and tools to help discover, applaud, and learn from stories about the everyday good things people and organizations do to make a positive impact at work and in the community. There is tremendous untapped value in the stories that happen around us every day, but most are missed and rarely shared. Those individuals and organizations (we call them Good.Seekers) that make it a point to recognize and share lessons associated with everyday good stories can make a big impact on workplace positivity and productivity, and in doing so help connect people to the meaning of their work. To learn more about the company, visit pivotalplays.com.