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December 15th, 2008

Randy Mayeux

Randy Mayeux is a professional speaker and writer, and a doctoral candidate in Communication from the University of Southern California. He gives more than 450 public presentations annually to various business and government audiences, non-profit groups and associations, and professional conferences.

He is the Founder and is now a consultant of Creative Communication Network, a full-service communication company offering speeches and presentations, training and custom consulting and meeting facilitation for individuals, groups and organizations.

After graduating from Abilene Christian University with a B.A., where he lettered four years in tennis, he earned his M.A. from Pepperdine University, where he later served as Chairman of the Chancellor’s Council. He has appeared as a guest on numerous local and national radio stations. He appears monthly before audiences at upscale Dallas-area retirement centers, and has authored articles in professional journals, guest columns in the The Dallas Morning News, and a book on spiritual growth. His monthly First Friday Book Synopsis at the Dallas Park City Club attracts capacity crowds of business professionals from throughout the Metroplex, and is now in its eleventh year of existence.

Randy is a former member of the Board of Directors of the National Speakers Association of North Texas. His specialties include communication skill training and personal productivity topics such as change management, time and project management, stress management, personal development, self-improvement, team and group relationships and motivation.

Randy has worked with organizations such as Hunt Oil, Software Spectrum, Tetra Pak, Mary Kay, Cadbury Schweppes, Hilton Hotels, Ericsson, Texas Instruments, and many others.


Information Overload...
Surviving the Google World

Randy Mayeux

How to Organize, Digest and Survive the Flow of Information in Today’s Fast -Paced, Google Oriented World!

How can you, as a management consultant, stay current in your specialties and with general business topics given the tidal wave of information now available? What are some of the time-saving shortcuts that others use to stay up-to-date? Get the answers from an expert who practices what he preaches!

Many of our members will recognize Randy Mayeux, our speaker, from the First Friday Book Synopsis, held monthly at The Park Cities Club.

Based upon his article "How to Read a Business Book (or- How to Listen to a Book Synopsis)”, Randy will draw on his expertise in both information synthesis and public speaking to provide you with a practical and entertaining guide to identifying and retaining the key points from all forms of media.

This will be a valuable forum for consultants and guests!

register on-line today - CLICK HERE

You don’t want to miss this lively,
insightful and critical message of reality!

Network, enjoy the informal interchange with professional colleagues, and come prepared to challenge the speaker with your probing questions.



Doubletree-Galleria Hotel 4099 Valley View Lane, Dallas 75244 (three blocks west of Midway Road on north frontage road; parking in front or back of hotel) Click here for interactive Google Map



Networking & Dinner:

December 15th, 2008
5:30 - 6:30 pm
6:30 - 7:30 pm
$40.00 for non-members & guests
$30.00 for IMC member
Reservations:  Online or Richard Morgan - 972-931-7993


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