(Yeah, I'm just starting to get over myself, too.)
Boots readers who know me through the executive communication world will no doubt sign up today to attend an all-new conference I'm helping organize in Phoenix, February 24-25. Below's the skinny. Go here to learn more and register.
Building and Protecting Reputation: Executive Communication and Speechwriting in the New Media Age, Feb. 24-25 in Scottsdale, Ariz. It focuses almost exclusively on the role of leadership communication in building and protecting the reputation of an organization.
Vital Speeches is partnering on it and Communitelligence is holding it, at the gleaming new headquarters of Henkel of America, and among the headliners are Henkel’s president and CEO, Brad Casper. David Murray, editor of Vital Speeches is presenting a “Speechwriting Jam Session” of dramatic readings from winners of the 2010 Cicero Speechwriting Awards and hair-raising examples of great oral communications from the Vital Speeches YouTube channel.
If you only go to one executive communication-related conference this year, choose this one.
Well, you know I’d love to be there, David. But I’m afraid that’s smack in the middle of the Winter Olympics here in beautiful B.C. In fact, on Feb. 25 I think I may actually be obligated under the Canadian constitution to watch the gold medal women’s hockey game – which, odds are, will see the Canadian women handily trounce their American counterparts…again…
David Murray says
Women in hockey sweaters over Murray in golf togs? Rueben, you’re a damned fool.
David, you’re obviously still bitter because LAST Olympics our women hockey players kicked your women hockey players butts handily, IN SPITE of the insanely one-sided officiating of the AMERICAN referee and linesmen during the final series!
Reuben – pay no attention to the man behind the curtain!!! Those of us who do not live in the West and will have to watch all this on TV are WICKED JEALOUS of you!!!