New Professional Development Opportunities

Spring is bursting with professional development opportunities for you. Below you will find my upcoming schedule for keynotes and workshops. Please join me for these exceptional networking and learning experiences.

Integrate 2015 – Integrated Marketing Conference,  West Virginia University, May 29-30. Join me for my keynote and book signing. You’ll meet marketing leaders from Sony Music Entertainment, Coca-Cola, St. Jude Hospital, and PEMCO Mutual Insurance.

The Social Shake-Up 2015 Workshop and book signing: “Leading the Mindful Marketing Revolution,” June 8, Atlanta.

The Social Shake-Up 2015 C-Suite Panel: “The Inside Job: How to Align Your Digital Initiatives with the C-Suite Agenda,” June 9, Atlanta. This session features top executives from Southwest Airlines, Infor, and Dynamic Signal. Over 500 Fortune 1000 companies have registered. Click here for details.

CLIC LogoCLIC ’15 – CMOs Leading Innovation Conference, September 23, McLean VA.

This full-day conference is tailored for VPs of Marketing, CMOs, and other C-suite executives. Join peers from H&R Block, Hilton, Bozzuto, Decision Lens, RDA Corporation, and more. Early bird registration expires June 10.

If you have questions about these professional development programs, drop me a line, or call (703) 888-1280.

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