Building a Better Business:
It's the Peoplework - Not the Paperwork!
Bruce S. Wilkinson, CSP
Wednesday, March 19th
Networking begins at 11:30am, Luncheon from 12pm-1pm
Juban's Creole Restaurant
Economic downturns, customer/client expectations, employment issues, technology challenges, doing more with less and multi-generation communication concerns can take their toll on sometimes overworked media professionals. This will be a highly engaging, contention-driven and fun presentation that will demonstrate how to overcome obstacles and to Build a Better Business and professional brand by implementing an inspired culture and climate of trust, respect, creativity, ethics, communication, leadership, service, and personal responsibility. Remember, it's the Peoplework - Not the Paperwork!
Bruce S. Wilkinson, CSP is a leadership/communication/culture implementation specialist, professional keynote speaker, trainer and consultant, who reinforces personalized messages with humor, passion, enthusiasm, and authenticity. His mission is to help organization's translate their culture into a workplace climate that inspires excellence, service, and accountability. Bruce was a two-term elected member of the Board of Directors of the National Speakers Association and is one of fewer than 800 people worldwide to earn prestigious Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) designation. He is also the Managing Partner of Louisiana's first Jimmy John's franchis restaurants in Baton Rouge.
Networking and check-in begin at 11:30am, with the program starting promptly at 12pm.
Reservations are required, so please register by Tuesday, March 18th so that we may have an accurate headcount prior to the luncheon. If you register but later find yourself unable to attend, we kindly request that you notify us at email@example.com in advance so that we may cancel your registration, or you may be charged for your spot.
When & Where
Women in Media - Baton Rouge
Women In Media is a professional women’s organization with membership consisting of a diverse group of women in all facets of Baton Rouge media business including Radio, Television, Marketing, Public Relations and Promotions.