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Forshaw Announces Executive Camp 2013

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The two-day conference, scheduled for March 6-7 in Charlotte, N.C., features a top-notch speaker lineup, manufacturer exhibits and networking opportunities.

| February 18, 2013

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Forshaw announces Executive Camp 2013, a two-day conference, scheduled for March 6-7 in Charlotte, N.C., features an outstanding speaker lineup, manufacturer exhibits and networking opportunities. The conference takes place at the Charlotte Marriott City Center.

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Speakers and topics inlcude:

Afterburner Day with Afterburner, Inc. An interactive hands-on experience where you will learn the tools of Flawless ExecutionSM. This high energy event, led by a team of elite military professionals, will not only motivate and align your team, but will also empower your organization with the tools and techniques to succeed in a rapidly changing business environment. (www.afterburner.com)
Mary Kausch, Chief Insight Officer, HR  — Leadership is a one-to many relationship between a leader and a group of people. Leaders of the Pack will focus on the best practices on the most fundamental work of leaders: Crafting a Vision, Building Alignment around that vision, and Championing Execution of the Vision. (www.hretc.com)
• Chris Allison, CEO, Nexcom Technology — Budgets: Robbing Peter to Pay for Paul– When the topic of how much it costs to invest in technology arises, companies almost always follow the same path. Innovation ends and the same problems that plagued the business in 20-12 begin to repeat themselves. Invariably, organizations of all sizes will settle for a Microsoft upgrade; pay their ERP providers a healthy sum for licensing that adds no value; and then research ways to cut expenses in mobile phones—all while adding iPads with no business justification to do so. How can we change this annual cycle? (www.nexcomgroup.com)

For additional information contact Cathy Phillipi at 704/887-2999 or CathyP@Forshaw.com.

 

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