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You probably have seen the sidebar graphic on our website about Grow!, the national conference for management consultants. If you haven’t clicked through, check this page http:// www.imcusa.org/?IMC_Conference.
This conference is a totally new approach to our conference for successful consultants – from the venue, to the speakers and workshops, and to the design. · Attendance is open to all.
This conference will be held in conjunction with ICMCI’s Annual Meeting and its 25th celebration. Consultants from around the world will be in attendance. ·
The facility is on the Disney property (see http://www.buenavistapalace.com/). Come early, stay afterwards, the rates we’ve negotiated for you are outstanding (and, while I’m on that topic, we are already at 26% of our room block at these rates, so register now to take advantage). ·
The Early Bird registration rate is only $750; save $145 by registering before July 31st.
Speakers/workshops include but are not limited to: ·
How to Think LIke a Seven and Eight Figure Consulting Firm—James Malinchak, featured on ABC’s "The Secret Millionaire” ·
Building Trusted Advisor Relationships—Charles Green, Co-author with David Maister of "The Trusted Advisor” ·
Mastering the Art of Sales Conversations—Mike Schultz, Founder, "Rain Today” ·
The Changing Nature of Business in Society—Lenny Mendonca, McKinsey and Company ·
From Good to Guru: How to Become a Thought Leader—Vicki Sullivan ·
Close Deals, Not Doors: The Secret to Communicating Your Competitive Edge—Sam Horn ·
Accelerate Your Established Consulting Practice:Tools, Techniques and Tips—Andy Birol ·
The Wisdom of Wizards—Dick Metzler ·
Innovative Marketing Mastery for Consultants—Ford Saeks ·
Ethics, Risk and Compliance—Juan Pujol and Paul Martino ·
What do you do for you, for your consulting skills and competencies?
I’ve written, in this blog, that management consulting is a noble profession. You are, as one author wrote in the front cover of his book to me, "..one of the few, who influence the few, who influence the many.”
You strive to be better. You serve your clients with integrity and pride. You influence many beyond your clients.
Come. Do it for you, for the profession and for your clients. Participate in learning from and with your international peers. Grow!
Follow the link, be part of something bigger: http://www.imcusa.org/?IMC_Conference