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ExecuNet Meeting – Today’s Voice for Leadership with True Impact

When

Wednesday, Mar. 6, 2013
7:00 AM - 9:00 AM

Where

The Union League of Philadelphia 140 South Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19102 Directions

Description

Host: Mitch Wienick, President/CEO, Kelleher Associates

Speaker: Douglas R. Conant, Founder & CEO, Conant Leadership; Former CEO & President, Campbell Soup Company

Topic: Today’s Voice for Leadership with True Impact
Leadership is tough—especially given today’s 24/7 pace with its back-to-back meetings, endless emails, and chance encounters in the hallway. Most people feel that these inevitable demands are keeping them from doing their “real work.” Doug Conant suggests that they are overlooked opportunities for leaders to expand their influence and deliver measurably better results.

Kelleher Associates has a well earned reputation as the premier Career Transition and Executive Coaching firm in the Delaware Valley, having served thousands of senior management, executive and professional level clients to achieve successful career transitions, reaching their fullest potential. Mitch Wienick, President/CEO, & his colleagues will be available to field questions & offer suggestions to individuals new to the ‘process’.

Sponsors

Kelleher Associates, LLC

Price

Event Price: $25.00 Additional Information: $25.00 flat fee whether attending just this meeting or also the Senior Roundtable*** Register & Attend the March 6th ExecuNet Networking Meeting and your name will be submitted into a drawing for a copy of Doug Conant’s New York Times best-selling book “Touchpoints”. Drawing will be conducted at 8:00am for attendees who have registered and paid in advance.

Website

Event Website: http://tinyurl.com/ExecuNet3-6-2013 Online Registration Available: Yes

Industry

Human Resources

Event Type

Meeting

Contact Information

Karen Tierney ktierney@kelleherllc.com Phone: (610) 293-1115

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