Tribal gaming accounts for over 43% [$28 billion] of the United States’ $65.5 billion in total commercial and native gaming revenue. The general managers of the more than 485 brick and mortar tribal gaming facilities oversee multi-milion dollar budgets as well as hundreds to thousands of employees. Professional training for these C-Level professionals requires vision and insight into the unique challenges these GM’s face.
Native Nation Events, LLC [NNE] produces conferences that Tribal decision makers find invaluable in the execution of their responsibilities, combining relevant information on current topics with peer-to-peer dialogue and networking opportunities. Moderator-led round table discussion together with small group break-out sessions facilitate progressive problem solving unique to tribal gaming environments.
Presentations and workshops will includes such topics as Outstanding Leadership in Service Cultures, Guest and Employee Retention Strategies, multi-age workforce strategies, and speakers will report on industry-wide economic issues. A special luncheon key-note speaker address by Navy SEAL Command Master Chief David M. Cooper is planned on Monday.
The Third Annual General Managers’ Exchange is scheduled for February 22-23, 2016 at the Rancho Bernard Inn in San Diego, CA. The event offers participants the opportunity to gain insight to the many ways that tribal casino executives problem solve and address issues, thereby expanding options for greater casino productivity for all who attend.