Two lunch workshops you should check out:
Guilty Until Proven Innocent
presented by PRSA Houston
If you are that public figure or individual, who do you call to protect or salvage your reputation? Meet Joe Householder, director for Public Strategies Inc. Householder has engaged in these battles for more than 15 years, most recently counseling City of Houston Councilwoman Carol Alvarado during the city employee pay bonus scandal. He will be the keynote speaker at the April 4 luncheon providing insight on how to manage clients in a hostile public environment that labels you “Guilty, until proven innocent.”
Networking Done Right
presented by IABC Houston
If you’ve ever wondered what networking can do for your business . . . . If you’ve ever shied away from networking groups because they seemed too “in your face” . . . . If you’re interested in a discussion about whether or not and how ESIG can incorporate more networking into its monthly meetings . . . come to the April 12 ESIG meeting.There, you’ll hear Steven Kay of Steven Kay Media, networker par excellence, disabuse you of your misconceptions, wow you with some unexpected benefits, and show you just how valuable business networking can be. He’ll offer advice on how you can be a better networker–not just at ESIG, but elsewhere, too. And he’ll lead a roundtable discussion on whether or not we want to add a networking component to ESIG–and, if yes, how.