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James D. Feldman -- The NOWIST
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About: James D. Feldman, CSP, PCS, CPT, CITE is the creator of Shift Happens! Jim is a professional Change Management speaker. As the owner of several businesses and consultants with Fortune 1000 companies, Jim has been on the receiving end of changes in the business. He shares numerous stories, valuable techniques and creative problem-solving in a hilarious and content-rich presentation, article or interview. Jim customizes each speech or interview to meet your needs. He researches your company or organization and creates a plan for change using real-world examples. Jim collaborates with organizations to evaluate problems, create a vision where others aren’t looking, capture what others are not seeing, by providing UNCOMMON, common sense.
Dorian Mintzer, Ph.D. BCC -- Retirement Expert
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About: Dorian (aka Dori) Mintzer, M.S.W., Ph.D.,BCC, is a Licensed Psychologist, Board Certified Coach and Retirement Expert. She provides Speaking, Workshop Facilitation, Psychotherapy, Career, Life and Retirement Transition Coaching, Couples Relationship Coaching and Executive Coaching. She is a member of the National Speakers Association and the Life Planning Network. She is a sought after speaker and workshop facilitator. She's been featured on The Today Show, ABC Evening News and NPR as well as in a variety of media such as the WSJ, NYTimes, USAToday, Washington Post, Forbes.com and the Fiscal Times. She facilitates workshops and speaks to community and professional groups on topics such as the changing landscape of retirement, mid-life issues for individuals and couples, psychology of money, spirituality, and positive psychology/positive aging. She is co-author of The Couple's Retirement Puzzle: 10 Must-Have Conversations for Creating an Amazing New Life Together and a contributor to a number of additional books.
Nathan Link, M.D.--Author of 'Ailing Nation - Lessons from the Bedside for America's Leaders'
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About: About Nate Link, MD: Dr. Nate Link is the Chief Medical Officer at Bellevue Hospital, America's oldest public hospital, in New York City, standing at the epicenter of the COVID-19 outbreak. He has practiced at Bellevue for 37 years since arriving as an intern at the onset of the AIDS epidemic. Dr. Link graduated from Washington University School of Medicine in 1983, completed his residency training in internal medicine at New York University/Bellevue Hospital in 1986, and has continued as practitioner, teacher, and physician leader at Bellevue ever since. In 1989, Dr. Link earned a Master of Public Health (MPH) Degree in Health Policy and Management at Columbia University School of Public Health while working full time as an NYU faculty member in the Bellevue Primary Care Clinic.
Beverly Smallwood, Ph.D. The Hope Center
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About: Dr. Beverly Smallwood, media resource, is an expert on psychological reactions in turbulent times. A licensed psychologist, she's the author of This Wasn't Supposed to Happen to Me. She's also a workplace consultant on leading with purpose through change. She's been interviewed in such media as MSNBC, CNN-fn, FOX News, CBS Radio, TalkAmerica, New York Times, USA Today Weekend, Washington Bus...
Barbara Hemphill - Productivity Consultant, Work Life Balance
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About: Improving the quality of employee’s lives is one of the best things a business can do for their employees and their business. Believe it or not, getting rid of physical and digital clutter is one of the more effective actions a business leader can take to categorically increase profits and improve the quality of the lives of their employees. Unquestionably, clutter is bad for business. It not only slows your employees down, it weighs them down. They are less productive than they would like to be, and as a result, less happy than they would like to be. Over time, this emotional baggage not only costs businesses a lot of money, but hurts employees in just about every way, physically, emotionally, and psychologically. They tend to feel tired, overwhelmed and constantly stressed out.
Wharton Club of DC & Wharton DC Innovation Summit
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About: Outstanding varied programs, 75-100 per year, such as our Annual Wharton DC Innovation Summits (WhartonDCInnovation.com), Embassy Receptions & Briefings, VIP luncheons, Forums. Plus, our signature annual Joseph Wharton Gala Dinners that honor area business and public sector leaders. These offer sponsors, members and attendees the opportunity to develop valuable business opportunities and expand critical knowledge. All welcome to join and attend.
Madelaine Claire Weiss, LICSW, MBA, BCC -- MIndOverMatters
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About: Madelaine Claire Weiss, LICSW, MBA, BCC, helps high achievers learn how to master their minds so they can enjoy satisfaction and success in all areas of their lives, maintaining high performance without burning out. She is a Licensed Psychotherapist, Board-Certified Executive, Career, Life Coach, co-author in 'The Handbook of Stressful Transitions Across the Lifespan,' and author of the forthcoming 'Getting to G.R.E.A.T: 5-Step Strategy for Work and Life.' Madelaine is former mental health practice Administrative Director, corporate Chief Organizational Development Officer, and Associate Director of the Anatomical Gift Program at Harvard Medical School, where she addressed the Joint Committee on the Status of Women, and designed and delivered training programs for the Center for Workplace Learning and Performance. Madelaine has been featured on TV channels, such as Fox and NBC, on podcasts, webinars, and published frequently in magazines, such as Authority, Thrive Global, and UpJourney.
San Francisco Writers Conference
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About: The San Francisco Writers Conference, one of the finest writers' events in the country, helps writers become published authors and teaches them how to build successful writing careers. Presenters at the event include bestselling authors, literary agents, and respected editors from top publishing houses. With 100+ presenters to 350 attendees, there is optimum interaction with industry professionals in an information-packed weekend. Individual PRE/POST Classes, too! The SFWC is held over President?s Day weekend at the Mark Hopkins Hotel. A second event, the San Francisco Writing for Change Conference is held annually in the fall. SFWC is a 501(c)3 nonprofit.
 

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09/17/2021
Fact, Fiction, & Finding Napoleon with Historical Fiction Author Margaret Rodenberg San Francisco Writers Conference
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Here’s Why Media Outlets Deleted Your Book’s Press Release San Francisco Writers Conference
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Job Stress: America’s #1 Health Problem. Or Is It? Madelaine Claire Weiss, LICSW, MBA, BCC -- MIndOverMatters
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A Treatise on Playfulness San Francisco Writers Conference
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Inspired by Art: Finding Integrity San Francisco Writers Conference
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1 Short Meditation Can Prevent Mistake and Save Time Madelaine Claire Weiss, LICSW, MBA, BCC -- MIndOverMatters
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Magic of Memoir with Memoirist and NAMW President Linda Joy Meyers San Francisco Writers Conference
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95 Degrees: Cranky At Work and Home? Obvious or a Surprise? Madelaine Claire Weiss, LICSW, MBA, BCC -- MIndOverMatters
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Know What Draft You’re In San Francisco Writers Conference
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Owning your readership: Why you need a website and a newsletter San Francisco Writers Conference




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