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June 16th, 2009 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

At the Hampton Inn and Conference Centre
200 Coventry Road
Fee;
$395 plus GST
Reserve your own table for 8: $2795 plus GST (save 10%)
Register before May 1 and save an additional 10%
Lunch will be provided.
Disorganized? Stressed?
Too many tasks and too little time?
Can't remember what to do next?

If you are starting your career, these skills which will serve you for many years!

If you are in mid-career, or nearing the end of your career, these skills will serve you well!
It's an opportunity to bring your team together, have fun, and return to the office with new energy, new skills and a new outlook! There will be lectures, interaction, round-table discussion and lots of participation. It will be a day to remember!

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Bob Gray : Super Memory

Funny, unique and interactive in his entertaining presentations, Bob Gray, a ''Guinness World Record Holder'', reveals the untapped memory potential in each of us. In his empowering presentation, Bob reveals a wonderful method to easily recall and store into memory the names of new friends and acquaintances.

How often have you bumped into clients or someone you know you have been introduced to, perhaps two or three times before, but for the life of you, can't remember his name, or hers? And the harder you try to remember, the farther it seems to slip from your mind? Socially, this can be extremely embarrassing, but in the workplace, it can be disastrous. With our lives already so hectic, and the number of people who are important to us increasing every day, we need an instant and easy way to keep each and every one of them active in our memory. The sweetest sound to someone is the sound of his or her own name. By forgetting a person's name, you show not only a lack of respect, but you might just as well say that this individual is of no importance to you. Conversely, by recalling a correct name, especially after only one introduction, you will not only engage and flatter its owner, but you will be remembered for your thoughtful interest.
Participants will learn how to:

  • Increase recall for people's names by 300-400%
  • Use powerful memory systems to save time and money.
  • Better understand how the brain works to maximize potential.
  • Recall lists, agendas, dates, schedules.
  • Enhance job performance.
  • Increase productivity.
  • Increase client service.
  • Develop better relationships.
  • For fun, memorize the 2009 Calendar.

It is one of the easiest time savers you'll ever learn.



I have not laughed so hard and learned so much at the same time JOHNSON & JOHNSON





Bob Gray, a professional speaker and trainer for 25 years is a member of the National Speakers Association, the International Federation of Professional Speakers and the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers. He has been inducted into the Canadian Speakers Hall of Fame and has acquired the CSP designation, (Certified Speaking Professional), the highest earned designation in the speaking profession. Bob's TV appearances include Ripley's Believe It Or Not , NBC Today Show, Live with Regis Philbin, CBC''s The National and the BBC.

Michael J Hughes : The Power of Personal
Contact The Art & Science of Leveraging
Relationships to Maximize Personal Potential.

This highly interactive program examines how internal networks function and describes how to access and leverage their potential and power by building strong and meaningful relationships. This session is a complete strategy for organizational success, career advancement or getting more done through organizational contacts.

Master the mechanics of relationship building by breaking it down into bite-sized, manageable chunks. Then build your skills and develop new strategies with a proven, step-by-step recipe for building relationships. When you leave this event, you will have the ability to:

  • Create instant rapport with new contacts
  • Build trust quickly and effortlessly
  • Feel completely comfortable with any conversation partner
  • Feel totally confident in every meeting conversation
  • Accelerate meeting results
  • Leverage every conversation for maximum results
  • Influence others to want to meet with you again

As a result of participating in this program, you will have the ability to build even more productive relationships, while accelerating results.

NOTE: program includes real-time skill-building exercises as part of the program, allowing participants to immediately practice their newly-acquired relationship-building skills.

Michael J. Hughes specializes in helping professionals across North America increase results by improving their ability to develop and leverage relationships. For the last fifteen years, he has been coaching business, and corporate professionals to achieve better results. His client list includes names like Alcatel-lucent, Financial Consumer Agency of Canada, Scotiabank, Sun Microsystems of Canada, Office of the Comptroller General of Canada and the University of Ottawa MBA program.



"Further more, it was quite simply a pleasure listening to you. Immediately after the session and the following day, we received many very positive comments from those in attendance. Our association is pleased you were able to bring to our members your significant expertise and excellent presentation.
Ottawa-Carleton Home Builders Association




Michael is the author of the 300-page Networking for Results Success System ,recognized as the Encyclopedia of networking.

Michael is an enthusiastic and dynamic bilingual speaker who is past president the Ottawa chapter of the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers. He was also the 2006 chair of the 800-member Ottawa Chamber of Commerce. His two strongest assets are his ability to communicate effectively and to influence others to take result-oriented action.

Harold Taylor : Ten Time Management Myths

Harold Taylor will show how to increase your personal productivity and achieve your personal and organizational goals while keeping your life in balance. Topics discussed will include, prioritizing and planning, scheduling, managing multiple priorities, controlling your email, meetings, and technology, dealing with interruptions, and getting more done without infringing on personal time.

In this presentation, he will dispel many of the common myths that are still circulating today, such as We can manage time, To Do lists help get things done, and PDAs will increase your efficiency. During the course of the program we will discuss efficiency and effectiveness, quiet hours and focus hours, personal organizers and electronic devices, time logs and time wasters. The emphasis will be on what really works, with a discussion on those time management remedies that are no longer applicable in today's environment.



Harold Taylor, president of Harold Taylor Time Consultants Ltd. has been speaking, writing and conducting training programs on the topic of effective time management for over 25 years. He has written 17 books, including a Canadian bestseller, Making Time Work For You. He has developed over 50 time management products that have sold in 38 countries around the world. His monthly Time Management Report has been published for twenty-three years and he has had over 300 articles accepted for publication. Since 1981, when he incorporated the time management company, he has presented over 2000 workshops, speeches and keynotes on the topic of time and life management.