Speaking

19Mar 2014

Whether you’re searching internal or external to your organization for the next exciting project to work on, or perhaps exploring the next job as a project management professional, pushing resumes is dead! There is so much noise in the project management space that you and your brand are simply getting lost in the noise! What […]

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12Feb 2014

I’m speaking at the MPI Northern California Chapter’s Annual Meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 19th in San Francisco on this topic. Come join us! The fundamental function of a meeting professional must evolve. Otherwise, today’s meeting planners will go the way of the dinosaurs, and the cause of death will be roughly equivalent—a failure to adapt […]

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20Nov 2013

You are invited to “Looking Back, Planning Ahead” with David Nour, best-selling author of “Relationship Economics” and CEO of The Nour Group. He will be the featured speaker for an event for C-level executives hosted by the Technology Center of the Piedmont Triad and sponsored by BD Brown Communications to be held December 5 and […]

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05Nov 2013

I spoke at the Motorcycle Industry Council’s Annual Communication Symposium last week, and Frank Esposito of Kendon Industries was kind enough to send me the note below. Thought some of his comments may be of interest to my audience, mentees, those who are considering me for a speaking engagement in 2014 and those who missed […]

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15Oct 2013

Last week, I witnessed three separate, incredibly seasoned executives completely miss the mark when delivering their presentations on stage (painful experiences!). It reiterated three critical points for me anytime we get in front of any kind of an audience (room, stage, webinar, podcast, interview, etc.): Expert First, Speaker Second! Know & Relate To Your Audience! […]

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