The Women’s Business Collective is sponsoring, in conjunction with Elizabeth’s – An American Bistro, a seminar with the Leadership Freak, Dan Rockwell, Oct. 1
from 5 to 7:15 PM, at Elizabeth’s – An American Bistro, 412 Market St., Lewisburg.
Dan went from, by his own reckoning, influencing zero people to reaching an audience of over 1 million people who follow his daily blog, The Leadership Freak (leadershipfreak.wordpress.com). He is paid to speak at leadership conferences all over the globe, and has hobnobbed with the CEOs of the nation’s largest
and most prestigious firms, and is a recognized expert on leadership issues and effective social media execution.
Three years ago, feeling dissatisfied with his lack of positive impact on others, Dan Rockwell made the decision to walk away from his full time job as a workforce development consultant, and enter the world of social media. Rockwell is passionate, and moved perhaps too quickly, but after a few slip-ups and a few false starts, he emerged as a leadership freak—someone whose words and ideas have impact on a large and very influential audience.
Rockwell has attracted nearly 80,000 Twitter followers (@leadershipfreak), and his blog, Leadership Freak (http://leadershipfreak.wordpress.com), is on track to exceed a million views this year. His ideas have caught the attention of the world’s top leadership experts. He’s interviewed and interacted with Jim Collins, author of Good to Great; Jack Welch, former chairman and CEO of GE; A.G. Lafley, former Chairman of the Board, president and CEO of P&G; Bob Herbold, former COO of Microsoft; Denny Strigl, retired president and COO of Verizon Wireless; James Quigley, senior partner at Deloitte; and Ken Blanchard, author of over 50 leadership books.
Rockwell has book offers, speaking engagements, writing opportunities and webinars to share his leadership skills. Yet a separate audience is just as eager to learn the mechanics of how he leveraged social media.
At the Women’s Business Collective seminar, Rockwell will focus on The Importance of Leadership and Easy Tips for Creating Your Social Media Platform.
The seminar is free, but seating is limited. You must make a reservation to attend. Please call Susquehanna Life magazine at 570-522-0149 to reserve a seat.