Internationally Respected Communication
Strategist Sam Horn
To Present on Creating a Compelling
October 6, 2012 at "GROW! The
International Consultants’ Conference”
WASHINGTON, DC – Internationally respected communication strategist Sam
Horn will present a TED-like talk about creating a compelling competitive edge during
a breakfast meeting and two- hour interactive workshop on Saturday. October. 6th 2012 at ”GROW! The International Consultants’ Conference” at
Walt Disney World in Orlando,
FL. The Institute for Management
Consultants USA (IMC USA)
and International Council of Management Consulting Institutes (ICMCI) are
co-sponsoring the conference.
Ms. Horn’s pioneering
POP! Process for creating a compelling competitive edge has been endorsed by
Seth Godin… featured on MSNBC, Fast Company, BusinessWeek, the NY Times and
Washington Post … and is why her innovative techniques for creating more
compelling communications have received raves from such clients as Cisco,
Intel, Capitol One and Boeing
Horn has the ability to translate anyone's message into one that is more favorable,
dramatic and powerful,” says Conference Co-Chair Dr. Gayle Carson CMC®, CSP. "Her creativity is unsurpassed when it comes
to branding and innovation."
Registration for GROW! is now open at the IMC
website, . http://www.imcusa.org/?IMC_Conference
Early-bird discount conference rates are
available through July 31st.
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and professional resources. IMC USA
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About Sam Horn
Horn, The Intrigue Expert, is an internationally respected communication
strategist who has worked with entrepreneurs around the world (China, Russia,
Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Europe),
in all 50 states and with executives from Cisco, Intel, HP, Capital One, NASA,
Boeing and KPMG.
the Pitch Coach for British Airways’ Face2Face competition and Springboard
Enterprises (which has helped entrepreneurs receive $5.5 billion in funding),
and the originator of the critically-acclaimed POP! Process, Sam Horn has
helped thousands of clients build successful "SerenDestiny" careers
where they are earning a good living doing what they love most and do best.
Her clients have said that Horn’s
"EyebrowTest: Win Buy-In” workshop was one of the single best investments they
ever made on behalf of their careers, helping
them raise millions of dollars in funding, win awards, close deals and
catapult their careers
author of such best-selling books as
POP!, Tongue Fu!®, ConZentrate, and What’s Holding You Back? (published in
17 languages and endorsed by Stephen Covey, Jeffrey Gitomer and Tony Robbins), Horn
has been featured on NPR, MSNBC and
in Investors Business Daily, Readers
Digest, FastCompany.com, Washington Post and The New York Times.
About IMC USA
USA is the sole ISO/IEC 17024 certifying body and
professional association for management consultants and firms in the USA.
The IMCUSA mission is to promote excellence and ethics in management consulting
through certification, education, and professional resources. IMC USA
awards the profession's internationally-recognized designation of the CMC® (Certified Management Consultant®) and CMC FirmÔ
(Certified Management Consulting FirmÔ). The CMC®
designation is recognized in 48 countries, including 17 of the G20, and is the
highest earned recognition that can be achieved in the management consulting profession for excellence, competence
and ethics in consulting. The CMC® designation acknowledges demonstrable and extensive experience,
technical competence, peer reviews, client satisfaction, and knowledge of and adherence to IMC USA’s robust and adjudicable
Code of Ethics.For more information about IMC USA, please visit www.imcusa.org.