News Flash: Your Network Just Got Stronger!

Lisa is now a member of C-Suite Advisor Network

NEW YORK, NY–(Marketwired – Feb 13, 2017) – The C-Suite Network just announced that they have built a group of experts to advise their members–The C-Suite Advisor Network–and I’m excited to have been invited to be part of it.

My intention is to help YOUR network get stronger, and to tap into a community of 100+ senior leaders and advisors who offer complimentary skills and talent.

Our group comprises select thought leaders who service C-Suite executives and enterprise businesses. The Advisor Network consists of a mix of consultants, speakers, authors, podcasters, TV hosts, and coaches.

We have been carefully vetted to ensure they meet the brand standards and provide a service of value to members. Currently, the C-Suite Advisor program has experts in corporate recruiting, sales coaching, marketing, social media services, and more.

I plan on contributing select content throughout C-Suite Network properties, expert council opportunities, and more.

“The C-Suite Advisor program is an excellent addition to our community for both our executives and our new advisors,” said Jeffrey Hayzlett, Primetime TV Host & Chairman C-Suite Network. Adding, “The C-Suite Network is designed to generate substantive discussions of key issues facing the C-Suite across the boardrooms of all industries…through this group of C-Suite Advisors, I am confident we will help enhance the conversations happening in the C-Suites of the world’s most successful companies.”

C-Suite Advisors will hold a series of meetings in 2017 kicking off in Dallas in May. If you’re interested in learning more, please visit: http://www.c-suiteadvisors.com/

 

copyright 2017, Lisa Nirell. All rights reserved.

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