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2014 WICT Leadership Conference

Sept 15-16, 2014
Marriott Marquis
New York City


The WICT Leadership Conference is the preeminent leadership and professional development opportunity for cable professionals at all levels of their career journeys. Through inspiring keynote speakers and innovative workshops covering a variety of topics, as well as interfacing with industry colleagues, attendees will be immersed in leadership activities that will help to impact their bottom line.

More info  here.




 


Exclusively for BMLI alumnae

Nov 6-7, 2014
Four Seasons Baltimore
Balitimore, MD


This program, which is designed specifically to address post-BMLI level executives, offers unique training to help you as a senior leader. 


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Author: Sue Shellenbarger 

"Most people don't know when they have reached their limits and need to stop saying yes to new activities. Many take their cues from others, such as a boss who never says no to new demands or a colleague who juggles career, family and board duties. 

Learning to notice and heed early warning signs of overload takes practice and planning."


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here.


 

   
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Thursday, November 13

Fenway Park 
State Street Pavillion 
Boston, Ma 




 




Sept 23, 2014
Colorado Convention Center
Denver, CO

The Tech It Out Conference is the designed to bring together thought-leaders in technology from both inside and outside the cable industry. 
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More info will be available here.

 


Author: Kevin Asuncion


"
If you find yourself in the “give more, work more” cycle, here are eight things you can do, without too much inconvenience, to better manage your health and energy, so you can more effectively do work the work that matters to you."

Read the full article here.