Amy Henry, formidable businesswoman and national star of “The Apprentice,” will speak to the Greater Dallas Chamber’s ninth annual Women’s Business Conference on September 29, at the Adam’s Mark Hotel. Henry will share experiences, skills, and advice for women on the fast track.
Designed to Empower Your Life and Career, the conference features a full day of business education and networking opportunities for over 1,000 businesswomen and men. The conference also includes the presentation of the 2004 Athena Award, honoring one of Dallas’ exceptional businesswomen.
Henry, the last female standing on Donald Trump’s “The Apprentice,” graduated magna cum laude from Texas A&M University and received her MBA from Texas Christian University. Her book, What It Takes is a guide for women about the reality of today’s business world.
Dr. Sondra Theiderman will speak about workplace diversity and cross-cultural business in her enlightening seminar, “Getting Culture Smart.” With 20 years experience as a speaker, trainer, and author, Theiderman helps professionals function more successfully in an increasingly diverse environment. Her clients include Marriott Corporation, Century 21 Real Estate, American Express, Motorola, and AT&T. Theiderman’s seminar will focus on her book, Culture Smart: Ten Strategies for Making Diversity Work.
Peggy Klaus’ seminar, “Brag! The Art of Tooting Your Own Horn,” will inform attendees how to share their talents and successes without sounding smug or rehearsed. President of Klaus & Associates, Ms. Klaus’ client list includes: JPMorgan Chase, American Express, Disney, Goldman Sachs, Levi Strauss, and General Mills. Sought out by journalists, top communicators, and leadership coaches, Klaus’ program will teach individuals how to communicate strengths and accomplishments without appearing too opportunistic, eager, egotistical, or self-serving.
Susan Carnahan’s seminar “How to Manage Your Mouth” will demonstrate how to deal with troublemakers and difficult situations; how to be taken seriously when you speak; how to change your image along with your verbal message; how to make a powerful impact at meetings and presentations; how to express anger constructively; and how to negotiate, influence, and persuade others to a win-win result. With over 20 years in advertising, marketing, and finance, she has turned her talents of inspiration and laughter toward speaking and motivating for more than 16 years.
This year’s conference’s Gold Sponsors include: Bank of America, Baylor Health Care System, The Dallas Morning News, Deloitte & Touche USA LLP, Fulbright & Jaworski L.L.P., Hunt Oil Company, Jackson Walker L.L.P., Merrill Lynch, Texas Instruments, and WFAA - TV.
For more information on the conference, call 214-746-6787 or email@example.com. Cost for attendance is $115 for Chamber members and $145 for non-members. Corporate sponsorships are still available.
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