$175 per person by May 1st.
After May 1st, cost is $225 per person.
Friday, May 13, 2016
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
The Meydenbauer Center
11100 NE 6th Street Bellevue, WA 98004
Holly Green, an experienced business leader and behavioral scientist, will lead a Dr. Seuss inspired look at creativity and the wondrous workings of our brains. Whether a child or adult, our ability to imagine is one of the most remarkable aspects of the human brain. We are also illogical, irrational creatures whose brains serve us well and not so well in a thousand ways, especially in the business world.
Unfettered thinking is a critical skill for today’s business leaders. And, even though we have the ability to think just about anything imaginable, our brains need prompts to help us use this skill well. As the good Dr. said, “You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.” To that Holly adds, “You’ll steer a lot better and get where you want if you ponder all the things you can thunk!”
Holly Green has a rare combination of extensive academic training and in-the-trenches experience working in and leading organizations. As a consultant, Holly is frequently hired by companies and associations to help them compete more effectively in today’s uncertain markets. Holly’s top selling book, More Than a Minute: How to be an Effective Leader & Manager in Today’s Changing World (printed in nine languages and distributed globally) goes beyond the theory of leading and managing by providing practical, action-oriented information. Holly has contributed to several other best-selling books including Shift Happens. Her newest book, Using Your Brain to Win, has received international acclaim. Learn more about Holly, CEO and Managing Director of the Human Factor.
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Brian Koref, Sr. Director of Information Security at Intacct
"The Security Value of Cloud Computing"
Brian Koref, a certified CISSP Security Professional, is the Sr. Director of Information Security at Intacct corporation where he is responsible for defining and managing Intacct’s Information Security program. Brian has more than 15 years’ experience in Information Security and began his career as a Computer Crime Investigator for the United States Air Force, during which time he tracked down hackers attempting to penetrate government systems. Following his military career, he accepted various security administration, engineering and architecture positions at Veritas Software, Symantec and The Automobile Association of America, before managing the Information Security departments for large companies to include KLA-Tencor and Informatica.
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