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EAPA Business Solutions: Make Your Point, Not Your PowerPoint

Presented by: John Cloonan
Presented on: May 22, 2018, 1:00 PM Eastern Time
EACC Approval: 1 PDH in Domain I
Price: $60 member, $90 non-member

Session Description: Getting your point across in a public forum is essential for success in promoting and growing your EA business. It’s not just self-promotion, it’s your business.  Public speaking helps enhance credibility and power up your networking, too. This webinar will teach you the value of public speaking as a tool for building your employee assistance business, and key strategies for success as a speaker. It will also address strategies for dealing with your fear of public speaking – as well as making it work for you and your business. 

Presenter Information: John Cloonan is an educator at heart. A former university professor, he’s taught marketing, public speaking, and other topics for companies ranging from startups to the Fortune 500. He’s also created marketing strategies for companies from startups to $1B+ in revenue, many of which leverage public speaking as part of their overall content marketing strategy. His marketing experience encompasses consulting, agency ownership, and corporate leadership. John holds an MBA from Georgia State University, and currently serves as the marketing director for Kinetix, an HR outsourcing company, where he leads their internal marketing and employer branding practices. You might recognize John's name, as he as attended past EAPA conferences supporting R3 Continuum's marketing efforts.

Presented by: John Cloonan Presented on: April 25, 2018, 1:00 PM Eastern Time EACC approval: 1 PDH in Domain

Session Description: Getting your point across in a public forum is essential for success in promoting and growing your EA business. It’s not just self-promotion, it’s your business.  Public speaking helps enhance credibility and power up your networking, too. This webinar will teach you the value of public speaking as a tool for building your employee assistance business, and key strategies for success as a speaker. It will also address strategies for dealing with your fear of public speaking – as well as making it work for you and your business

Presenter Information: John Cloonan is an educator at heart. A former university professor, he’s taught marketing, public speaking, and other topics for companies ranging from startups to the Fortune 500. He’s also created marketing strategies for companies from startups to $1B+ in revenue, many of which leverage public speaking as part of their overall content marketing strategy. His marketing experience encompasses consulting, agency ownership, and corporate leadership. John holds an MBA from Georgia State University, and currently serves as the marketing director for Kinetix, an HR outsourcing company, where he leads their internal marketing and employer branding practices. You might recognize John's name, as he as attended past EAPA conferences supporting R3 Continuum's marketing efforts.

Presented by: John Cloonan Presented on: April 25, 2018, 1:00 PM Eastern Time EACC approval: 1 PDH in Domain

Session Description: Getting your point across in a public forum is essential for success in promoting and growing your EA business. It’s not just self-promotion, it’s your business.  Public speaking helps enhance credibility and power up your networking, too. This webinar will teach you the value of public speaking as a tool for building your employee assistance business, and key strategies for success as a speaker. It will also address strategies for dealing with your fear of public speaking – as well as making it work for you and your business

Presenter Information: John Cloonan is an educator at heart. A former university professor, he’s taught marketing, public speaking, and other topics for companies ranging from startups to the Fortune 500. He’s also created marketing strategies for companies from startups to $1B+ in revenue, many of which leverage public speaking as part of their overall content marketing strategy. His marketing experience encompasses consulting, agency ownership, and corporate leadership. John holds an MBA from Georgia State University, and currently serves as the marketing director for Kinetix, an HR outsourcing company, where he leads their internal marketing and employer branding practices. You might recognize John's name, as he as attended past EAPA conferences supporting R3 Continuum's marketing efforts.

Presented by: John Cloonan Presented on: April 25, 2018, 1:00 PM Eastern Time EACC approval: 1 PDH in Domain

Session Description: Getting your point across in a public forum is essential for success in promoting and growing your EA business. It’s not just self-promotion, it’s your business.  Public speaking helps enhance credibility and power up your networking, too. This webinar will teach you the value of public speaking as a tool for building your employee assistance business, and key strategies for success as a speaker. It will also address strategies for dealing with your fear of public speaking – as well as making it work for you and your business

Presenter Information: John Cloonan is an educator at heart. A former university professor, he’s taught marketing, public speaking, and other topics for companies ranging from startups to the Fortune 500. He’s also created marketing strategies for companies from startups to $1B+ in revenue, many of which leverage public speaking as part of their overall content marketing strategy. His marketing experience encompasses consulting, agency ownership, and corporate leadership. John holds an MBA from Georgia State University, and currently serves as the marketing director for Kinetix, an HR outsourcing company, where he leads their internal marketing and employer branding practices. You might recognize John's name, as he as attended past EAPA conferences supporting R3 Continuum's marketing efforts.

Registration Fees:
  • $39.00 - Make Your Point, Not Your PowerPoint
  • $59.00 - Make Your Point, Not Your PowerPoint