Madison, WI (PRWEB) June 30, 2009
The 2009 Subsequent Leaders Summit (formerly the Young Professionals (YP) Summit) announced these days that their sixth annual event will take place this year from September 17-19 at the Westin Cincinnati. Presented for the fourth year in a row by thought leaders, Next Generation Consulting (NGC), and hosted by Cincinnati Mayor Mallory’s Young Professional Kitchen Cabinet, the 2009 Next Leaders Summit is the preeminent forum for creating the expertise future leaders need to build far better cities and workplaces.
“We are thrilled that Cincinnati has the chance to host such a wonderful and diverse group of young leaders from around North America,” Mayor Mallory said. “Cincinnati’s reputation as a wonderful spot for young specialists (YPs) is spreading. Our sturdy corporate community brings in diverse young talent from around the globe, and those YPs are deciding on to remain in Cincinnati and establish their roots. By hosting the 2009 Next Leaders Summit, our target is to share what we’ve learned all although showing attendees a very good time in our fantastic city.”
The opening keynote speaker for the 2009 Summit is Jake Greene, author of Whoa, My Boss Is Naked! A Profession Book for Men and women Who Would In no way Be Caught Dead Reading a Profession Book. Jake will address the topic of “Individual Positioning for the Pop Culture Generation,” and will talk about how young specialists can much better position themselves to land jobs and get ahead.
Featured speakers this year consist of noted author and NGC founder Rebecca Ryan, who will speak about Young Specialist Organizations (YPOs) in transition and how to re-position for higher relevance and impact, specially in uncertain and rapidly-changing instances. Also on hand will be Sarah “Intellagirl” Robbins, who will bring her message about making use of social media to motivate and engage the subsequent generation. Regardless of whether it really is to turn out the vote, drive attendance at monthly events, or simply get a lot more members to use your services, Sarah’s insights are invaluable to YPOs.
Breakout session topics consist of Powerful Communications YP Advocacy Talent Retention Developing Inclusivity Green/Sustainability Initiatives Community Collaboration Events and Programming and Strategic Planning. Attendees will also have the opportunity to engage in dialogue with Summit attendees of other organizations in their house states and in cities of comparable size. All activities will take location within the confines of the Westin Cincinnati and at various hotspots throughout the city.
“The Summit is quick-paced, sincere, practical and focused on the person and how they can far better serve their respective organizations,” shares Molly Foley, project manager for the Next Leaders Summit and a Lead Consultant at Next Generation Consulting. Foley added, “Attendees will leave energized with next actions that incorporate solutions for attracting, retaining, and engaging the subsequent gen, plus a developing network of peers.”
Registration for the 2009 Summit is $ 229 and includes two-plus days of jam-packed sessions and presentations. Early-bird registration is obtainable for $ 199 if registered and paid by July 24, 2009. Immediately after July 24, registration will be at the standard rate of $ 229.
Because 2004, the Next Leaders Summit has presented young expert organizations from across the country an opportunity to engage like-minded groups in a 3-day summit that incorporates guest speakers, breakout sessions, and the opportunity for the host city to showcase their hometown. Previous Summits have been held in Milwaukee, WI, Madison, WI, Louisville, KY and Cocoa Beach, FL.
About the 2009 Subsequent Leaders Summit
Led by Subsequent Generation Consulting, a market investigation firm committed to engaging the next generation, the 2009 Subsequent Leaders Summit will bring together leaders of Young Experts Organizations representing much more than 25 states and 250,000 young professionals in membership. Attendees will find out how to construct robust YPOs and be inspired by how their peers are developing far better areas to live and work through greatest practice dialogues. For more data about the 2009 Next Leaders Summit or NGC, please pay a visit to http://www.nextgenerationconsulting.com.
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