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2.0 Day 1 Power Speaker Boxed Lunch Session: Making the Most of Difficult Situations: Changing Markets, Changing Times

Tuesday, April 2, 2013
11:30 AM-1:00 PM
Track: Change Management
Format: Interactive Presentation
Knowledge Level: 200 level
Session Description: Day 1: Power Speaker Boxed Lunch Session
Making the Most of Difficult Situations: Changing Markets, Changing Times
Speaker: Garrison Wynn, CSP

This funny, insightful presentation combines relationship-building with no-fluff motivation to deliver real solutions in uncertain times. Garrison Wynn examines the challenges we face and shows us how we can laugh at our problems while using them as catalysts for success. This session provides no-cost, easily implemented, proven solutions that you can use right away. Coffee and book signing will immediately follow.


Garrison Wynn, CSP
Wynn Solutions

: As a speaker, advisor, author and entertainer, Garrison Wynn has helped some of the world's most effective corporate leaders and business developers learn how to make the jump from being great at what they do to understanding and developing the qualities it takes to be chosen for the job. He has a background in manufacturing, entertainment, telecommunications, and financial services. In his teens, Garrison worked with Magnavox and baseball legend Hank Aaron to promote the world's first video gaming system; and by age 27, he became the youngest department head in a Fortune 500 company's history. He researched and designed processes for 38 company locations nationwide and developed and marketed products still being sold in 30 countries. An experienced actor in films and a former professional stand-up comedian, Garrison has hosted television specials and national radio programs. His new top-selling book blends a decade of research and Garrison's candid, laugh-out-loud delivery to finally tell “The Real Truth About Success”.

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