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Friday October 21
Peter Block will explore the challenges and the complexity of consulting in a world where change efforts can become cosmetic and never fulfill their potential. Based on his book, Flawless Consulting, he will discuss how to have influence and act as a partner. Peter will also reflect on four decades as a consultant. The challenges, the meaning, and perspective on why it’s such a valuable thing to do. He will talk about consulting as a career whether internal or you have your own practice.
Sunday October 23
You Have A Job As A Consultant, But You Have A Career As An Expert”
Best-selling authors and professional speakers
Henry DeVries and Mark LeBlanc
Pre-Conference No-Cost Workshop: 2 to 5 pm, Friday October 21
“Marketing With A Book and Speech Summit”
Why a book is the #1 marketing tool and speaking is the #1 marketing strategy
If you want to attract high-paying clients with books and speeches, a limited number of seats are available for this no-cost three-hour pre-conference workshop. Your hosts, Henry DeVries and Mark LeBlanc, are two best-selling authors who educate consultants that the book is the starting line, not the finish line. They want to help you understand the secrets in the preparation, publication, and promotion of a book that grows your business, puts more money in your pocket, and helps you make the difference that you were meant to make.
What Will Be Covered
Henry DeVries and Mark LeBlanc have sharpened the focus and tightened the information for the new three-hour summit format. They will cover:
· Top 14 ways to generate leads for consultants
· What fee range to charge for your speeches
· How to persuade with a story that attracts clients
· How to avoid a $500,000-pricing-mistake
· The difference between traditional, indie, and self-publishing
· Eight great meta formats that best-selling business books follow
· The biggest book, speech, and website mistake that consultants make
· How big should my book be and how much should it cost
There is no cost to attend this private event. There will be no selling of services. No cost. No selling. No kidding. But seating is limited and you must reserve your spot.