Come ‘Wine Down’ on Wednesday, February 27 @ Cashmere Lounge with speakers Robert Child and Marty Clarke! We’ll be sampling some great wines in a great venue with great speakers! (Cashmere is located adjacent to Sullivan’s Steakhouse on Glenwood Avenue.)
*A sponsorship is available for this Meetup event. If interested in sponsoring and having a table and spotlight opportunity for your business, please contact Kevin at his address below.
Here’s a bit more about our speakers:
** Robert Child is an Emmy® nominated filmmaker and published author. His films have aired on PBS, The National Geographic Channel and Military Channel. In honor of Black History Month he will be giving a presentation, "The Wereth Eleven: An Unknown War Crime" which includes showing clips from the Emmy® nominated film. The film is part of MIlitary Channel's signature programs for Black History Month and will be airing nationwide on Feb 21st at 10pm. Robert will also be speaking about his latest published book, an international thriller entitled, The Russian van Gogh and an historical fiction novel releasing on Feb 28th called, Rush On, Boys: Hamilton at War about founding father, Alexander Hamilton. You can find out more about Rob at his website www.robchild.net
** About Marty Clarke: Wickedly funny, and painfully honest, Marty Clarke’s compelling keynote speeches, workshops and seminars continue to draw large and enthusiastic audiences worldwide. Speaking 45 to 50 times a year, Marty’s clients have included: Blue Cross Blue Shield, Sony, Cox Communications, Time Warner Cable,The Senate Chief’s of Staff, The EPA, Genworth Financial, and many more. Marty is the author of three books on Leadership, Communications, and Sales. Find Marty on-line at www.martyclarke.com, on e-mail at [masked].
Marty's presentation will be titled, 'Managing to the Exception! Spotting and defeating the most annoying behavior in your work life!'
Description: Your co-workers display this behavior every day, in fact, multiple times a day. It is killing your productivity and it’s driving you crazy. Throwing heavy and/or sharp objects at co workers is often frowned upon, so let’s talk about 'Managing to the Exception' and learn a foolproof way to stamp it out. This is not going to be pretty.
** See you at ‘Wine Down’ on February 27!!
For contact information: Kevin Snyder, [masked]