Event details: http://www.everycircle.com/en/events/2013apr09seminar Rev 04/05/13, 8:35am
The Leapfrog Method:
How to Make Change
with Ease and Grace
Silicon Valley Athletic Club (meeting room upstairs)
196 N. Third / St. James Sts, San Jose, CA 95112
Due to the presenter's health situation, we will postpone this seminar.
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Experience 5-star hospitality, learn, network, and share ideas to help grow and improve your business.
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with Jennifer LeBlanc, Author, CEO ThinkResultsMarketing.com
The Leapfrog Method: How to Make Change with Ease and Grace
Based on the book she is currently writing which combines her experience with transforming companies through smarter launches and also with coaching entrepreneurs through change. It will be highly interactive.
Tue. April 9 http://2013apr09seminar.eventbrite.com
Cost: Early Bird: $10 (by 10pm Apr 5), Advance: $15 (by 4pm Apr 9), or $20 door
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About the Presenter
Jennifer LeBlancis a master change agent. By the time she was 21, she had moved 22 times and has applied that flexibility to her work as a scientist, speaker, author, coach and marketing strategist. For nearly 20 years, she has been building results-driven branding programs for high-growth companies of all sizes including PeopleSoft, Nektar and SAP. She is known as a visionary leader with a passion for innovation and for getting the job done right and on time – the first time.
Among other projects, Jennifer drove the successful development of the global branding and repositioning of PeopleSoft Global Services. After the brand repositioning, PGS had secured nine deals worth over $5 million each, compared to only one the previous year. This repositioning work helped grow the Global Services organization from a $700M to a $1B division with more than 4,000 employees. Jennifer takes an innovative, results-oriented approach and is focused on making a significant impact to each of her clients’ businesses.
Her first career in the field of environmental biology gave her a depth of scientific and technical experience, including advanced analytical methodologies. Jennifer holds a B.S. in Biology from Queen’s University, Canada, an M.S. in Biology from the University of Waterloo, Canada, and a certificate in BioEntrepreneurship from the Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley.
Jennifer is a long-standing member of the American Marketing Association (AMA), Silicon Valley chapter of the AMA, Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association, Women in Consulting (where she is part of the Leaders’ Network), the Northern California Science Writers Association, and is an advisor to the Silicon Valley Brand Forum. Jennifer previously served on the Board of Wardrobe for Opportunity, a Bay Area nonprofit that provides free clothing and career development support for low-income jobseekers so they can become economically self-sufficient.
Jennifer was recognized in 2007 as one of the “Top 25 Women Redefining Success,” an award sponsored by Flexperience, in San Francisco. Women named to this list are singled out for their leadership in making flexible career strategies work for themselves and for others. In 2011 and 2012, Jennifer was nominated as an Entrepreneur of the Year by the Women’s Initiative for Self-Employment.
As part of her marketing and coaching practice, Jennifer is certified as an NLP (neurolinguistic programming) Practitioner. NLP is the science of how we make change in our lives and in business. She works with entrepreneurs and executives to help them make quick and lasting change in their lives so they can create the impact they were born to make.
Jennifer has published dozens of scientific, environment and health articles for a variety of publications all over the world and online media outlets including Discovery Channel Online, and blogs regularly at Brand Musings. Additionally, Jennifer is a sought after speaker, known for her energy and interactive presentations. She speaks on a variety of performance and marketing topics including making change easily in life and business, entrepreneurship, launch best practices, strategic brand development, effective market positioning, social media strategies and marketing metrics. She is currently writing a book on change management entitled, The Leapfrog Method: How to Make Change with Ease and Grace.
Jennifer LeBlanc, Scientist, Speaker, Author, Coach, CEO and Founder ThinkResultsMarketing.com
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About Silicon Valley Athletic Club
www.siliconvalleyathleticclub.com (formerly known as San Jose Athletic Club) The Athletic Facility is a Historic Treasure - The magnificent Greco - Roman-style historical landmark building known as "San Jose Athletic Club" has a colorful history, and was almost demolished to make way for "progress" in the late 1970`s. Saved by some bold and Forward-thinking local leadership, it has survived as one of San Jose`s truly great monuments. Tours will be available during the event.
Built by the Freemasons in 1927 as San Jose`s Masonic lodge, it was a masterpiece of design and a centerpiece of the then -Tony St. James Park neighborhood. Along with the old downtown post office, the later-demolished Gothic city hall, the historic courthouse trinity Episcopal Church, and other historic structures that predated it, it was a major attraction for our out-of- town visitors, writers and photographers describing the best attributes of San Jose. By 1977, having been damaged by several earthquakes and needing deferred repairs, it was focused by the city to close until repairs could be effected. When the masons obtained cost estimates, they found the huge repair costs prohibitive ( about $ 500,000 - imagine that! ) A decision was made to build a new temple in a different location, and to sell the existing one to be demolished and replaced by a modern office building.
Fortunately , some alert members of the San Jose chamber of commerce were able to quickly lobby the city and federal governments to designate the building as a historic landmark, thus preventing it’s demolition-at least until it could be proven that no beneficial be found for it. For the next three years, a chamber for committee studied various ideas from private and public developers and agencies. Finally, in 1980, the owners of the venerable Oakland Athletic Club, a family-owned enterprise with a great history over two generations, proposed to convert the building to a first rate athletic club and social facility, retraining it’s historic façade and the traditional qualities of it’s remarkable interior – a challenging undertaking.
After two years of design and planning discussions, architectural plans and approvals, and extensive renovation and construction, the building was finally given a re-birth as the San Jose Athletic Club, which opened in November of 1981. Then considered the Premier Club of it’s type in all of silicon valley, it’s quickly attracted a premium membership of downtown business and professional people, and became the most popular venue for upscale social events and weddings in downtown San Jose.
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