- Do difficult clients really get you down?
- Are you anxious when it comes to making your next presentation?
- Would you like to have stronger connections with your clients and colleagues?
), our April speaker, will give us insights on how to solve these common challenges. Because whether you’re searching for something related to your professional or personal life, your success hinges on being able to form relationships that help you achieve your goals.
Patty is a professionally trained workshop instructor, personal counselor and spiritual adviser who helps people increase both professional and personal fulfillment. Her career includes more than 20 years of diverse experience with Fortune 100 corporations and
privately held firms including Coca-Cola, BankSouth (now Bank of America), S1 Corporation and Georgia Natural Gas, where as Managing Director of Marketing she became the company’s highest ranking female. Patty leverages her corporate experience to help provide a powerful foundation for connecting with her current clients.Patty began working as a personal coach in 1998, focusing on helping people grow in the areas of leadership, communication, career success, personal branding and the creation of profoundly fulfilling relationships. In this age of digital existence, she can help you achieve the real deal – and the success that’s sure to follow. Don’t miss this dynamic and important presentation!
is a writer, designer and marketing guy for all kinds of print, web and broadcast work. He has worked as Art Director and Creative Director for several small Atlanta agencies. Tom has also taught Introduction to Graphic Design and Strategic Advertising Writing at the Portfolio Center. Last year Tom presented his “Optimized for Humans” talk on website marketing at the Freelance Forum. This year he will be presenting “Awesome Images for Your Website” at WordCamp, a WordPress conference in downtown Atlanta. Stop by Tom’s table and check out examples of his work.
*PLEASE NOTE: Enter The Creative Circus building through the doors on the raised patio bordered with blue fencing — NOT the first main entrance. You must sign in at the front desk. Then proceed down the hallway to the presentation theater on the right (sign is above the double doors).