A Christmas Gift From i3 – Please Join Us
Three months ago I heard August Turak speak in Grand Rapids and wrote about the experience right here in this blog.
August's message of business excellence is a Christmas metaphor with its spiritual overtones and real life experience.
IBM and i3 are thrilled to bring August Turak back to Grand Rapids for a two hour workshop on:
- "Service & Selflessness: Maximizing Your Organization’s Results"
- Thursday, December 9th, 2010
- Click here to register
August Turak is an entrepreneur, executive, award winning author and an amazing speaker. Visit August Turak website at: www.augustturak.com/mission. His Business Secrets Of The Trappists series in Forbes Magazine is amongst their most read online articles. August's experience living with the Trappist Monks will cause you Christmas reflection in ways you may have never considered.
Don't miss an extraordinary afternoon that will transform your organization, foster creative employees, increase profits, delight your customers and shine a new light on the Christmas season in ways you never thought possible!
Stay with us after the event for the holiday networking celebration in the New Horizons Learning Center Atrium beginning at 4:30pm. This is the perfect opportunity to join the discussion of service and selflessness and how this revolutionary concept will transform your organization and your own personal circumstances.
August Turak starts the workshop at 2:30 pm at New Horizon's Learning Center at 5315 28th St Ct SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49546. (Click Here for a map.)
Attendance is limited so register today! Click here to register.
“You delivered one of the best lectures and training sessions I’ve ever been a part of, truly inspiring! You’re the best marketer I’ve ever seen.”
- Jon Roskill
Vice President of the Business and Marketing Organization for Microsoft Corporation
“Bravo! Thank you for such a clear, motivating, powerful message. Helping businesses achieve excellence through serving others is a wonderful passion to have. It betters us all, individually and as businesses, it is the right thing to do. Thanks for re-inspiring me.”
- Gregg Young
Author, Seventh Sigma Tools: Best Practices in Six Sigma and the e-book sequels, Best Practice Problem Solving: Go from Good to Great and Best Practice Problem Solving: The Six Universal Tools
Kathy Labozzetta, Vice President
i3 Business Solutions, LLC