Integrity Matters Broadcasts
April 18, 2007
- Finding the "right" employer
- Identifying the "right" employee
*begins approximately at 10:00am
The 2007 Northern California Career and Leadership Summit
"Leadership … Filling the Void"
Saturday, May 19, 2007
8:00am - 2:00pm
Community Presbyterian Church
222 W. El Pintado Road
Danville, California 94526
Jerry Strom - (Walnut Creek) - Presents a dynamic, energizing series of
interactive leadership programs to guide the growth and development of established
and emerging leaders. These core competencies provide a balanced, symmetrical
perspective to "organizational leadership," and are proven principles that effective
leaders have learned to act upon personally and professionally to achieve their
desired results. He helps Leaders establish credibility and achieve greater
influence - renewing your joy, energy, and enthusiasm - while maximizing your
personal and organizational potential.
Jim Bracher - (Monterey) "Integrity in Leadership" - Jim Bracher, architect
for the renewal of integrity-centered leadership, created the Bracher Center for
Integrity in Leadership in 2002, as an extension of his 33 years advising individuals
and organizations. In addition to conducting leadership effectiveness workshops -
facilitating MBA Impact; he is the originator of the "Talking with Leaders" symposia;
writes a weekly newspaper column, Integrity Matters ;and has co-authored a book,
by the same title: Integrity Matters.
Roydon Clark - (Hollywood) - Roydon is a Film Director, Stuntman and Stunt
Coordinator for several major motion films and TV programs. He will share an
inspirational and motivational presentation on his life in Hollywood and what he has
learned as being important in representing "Confidence in Leadership" from making
$25 a week cleaning stalls for western movies to becoming a well respected
Director, Actor and Stuntman. His most recognizable work as a stuntman has been
working as the stunt double for James Garner over the course of 50 years.
Register online today at www.JobConnections.org
For more information, contact Dean Tracy at Dean@JobConnections.org
or call (925) 552-7972.
If you, or someone you know, might benefit, then make sure to register – it’s free!