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The Nakedness of Sharing

Posted By David T. Norman FIMC CMC-AF, Sunday, August 21, 2011
Updated: Monday, August 22, 2011
Confab is a conference unto itself.  Here you will find an affordable gathering, in its fourth decade, organized by a volunteer committee.  Our speakers are also consultants with decades of experience who come to give back to their profession.

Come hear:
  1. Dr. C.J. Rhoads -- Survive to Thrive -- What's Different about Companies that Flourish in Recessions
  2. Jim Horan -- Sell Smart: Sell Successfully -- How to Build a Professional Services Business, Naturally
  3. Jerry Fletcher -- The Trust Equation
  4. Jim Pelly -- Laughter -- The Secret Weapon of Great Consultants
  5. And, many others
  • Confab is created by consultants for consultants
  • The speakers are committed to giving back to their profession also attend Confab
  • The value for the investment includes meals, cocktails and entertainment
  • Highly relevant content
  • Environment of collaboration
  • Photo directory of participants for post-conference follow-up and friendships
  • Fun and casual, not stuffy or standoffish
Come and learn what you can from IMC USA's only conference.  You will encounter a warm, engaging environment.  Confab is friendly, fun and stress-free.  Learn new skills and techniques, add value to your clients, form alliances that may last a lifetime, revitalized yourself and your practice.

Confab operatives in a totally collaborative, not competitive environment. 

At Confab there is a nakedness of sharing.  Register now at

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Stay tuned,

My best,


Tags:  CMC  Confab  consult  learning  management consulting 

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George Moskoff CMC says...
Posted Sunday, August 21, 2011
I first got my CMC in 1989. Not much has changed. Why do I feel like I'm always being sold? "Nakedness of Sharing?" Catchy...but not that meaningful. I feel like a heretic for saying anything as if I'm already ostracized and no one wants to hear about my claims of inauthentic sharings. Maybe I'm just stepping up to my life-long role of troublemaker.
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Stephen D. Kirkland CMC says...
Posted Sunday, August 21, 2011
Thanks, David. Sounds interesting.
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