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CCUL Headlines: Professional Development

Music, comedy, and history come together in “The Power of Performance”

Thursday, April 24, 2014   (0 Comments)
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Columbia, SC and Raleigh, NC (4/24/14)—Nationally recognized speaker Jason M. Dias is shaking things up at the Carolinas Credit Union League 2014 Annual Meeting May 29-31 in Myrtle Beach, SC with a performance (not a presentation) that’s sure to leave attendees informed, inspired and swaying to the beat.

An expert in the areas of generational marketing and management, Dias’ speaking style is candid and direct, using history, live music, and humor to tell stories about the American workplace and our shared future.

As owner and chief creative officer of Eloquent Online, he encourages professionals from all types of businesses and organizations to consider a simple premise: “History is — change with it or get changed by it.”

During his 2014 Annual Meeting session titled, “The Power of Performance,” credit union professionals will learn how to connect and engage every generation with this thought in mind: “If your brand were a band, would you leave the audience wanting more?”

Registration for the 2014 Annual Meeting is open through Wednesday, May 7, 2014 at carolinasleague.org/annualmeeting. Please direct any questions about the conference to CCUL Conference Coordinator June Ballentine at jballentine@carolinasleague.org or call 800-235-4290, ext 418.



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