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9.0 Day 3 Closing Power Session: Zero to Breakthrough: How a Breakthrough Mentality Creates Breakthrough Results

Thursday, April 4, 2013
10:30 AM-12:00 PM
Track: Change Management
Format: Interactive Presentation
Knowledge Level: 200 level
Session Description: Day 3: Closing Power Session
Zero to Breakthrough: How a Breakthrough Mentality Creates Breakthrough Results
Speaker: Vernice Armour

When teams get stuck and are unable to break through barriers, opportunities don't go away—the competitors simply take advantage of them. Give your team the boost they need with Vernice "FlyGirl" Armour's Seven Steps from the "Zero to Breakthrough" Success Model. Armour shares her experiences as a police officer, combat pilot and entrepreneur to illustrate what propelled her to EXCELerated results, breakthrough barriers and breakthrough opportunities. These steps can be harnessed and unleashed by anyone with the determination and desire to excel. Book signing will immediately follow.


Vernice "FlyGirl" Armour

In just two years, Vernice “FlyGirl” Armour went from beat cop to America’s first African American female combat pilot. From her experiences, she created a seven-step process called the Zero to Breakthrough™ Success Plan. She now travels extensively sharing this message through her keynotes, coaching and seminars. As featured on Oprah Winfrey, CNN and others, Vernice “FlyGirl” Armour’s fresh style and presentation methods have inspired hundreds of organizations and individuals. An honorary Doctorate of Laws was conferred on Vernice from Chancellor University in 2010. She was the Marine Corps’ first African American Female pilot, the first African American woman on the Nashville Police Department's motorcycle squad, Camp Pendleton's 2001 Female Athlete of the Year, a two-time titleholder in Camp Pendleton's annual Strongest Warrior Competition, and a running back for the San Diego Sunfire women's professional football team.

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