Misti Burmeister featured on Atlanta Daybook ~ Possible Women Conference

Generations X & Y say, “Give me flexibility!” Boomers say, “Pay your dues!”

Learn how to properly engage the values of intergenerational leaders that will increase your bottom-line!

ANNOUNCEMENT:

How many young professionals do you know who often complain about more flexibility in their careers – craving the perfect work/life balance? Misti Burmeister, CEO of Inspirion Inc., insists, “When organizations create a space where the strengths of each generation can flourish and are aligned with the vision/mission, they meet with success beyond comprehension.” Misti Burmeister has over a decade of experience committed to helping organizations and individuals reach their potential across the generations. Ms. Burmeister is a recognized expert on coaching and empowering generations X and Y in their professional careers through individual and corporate coaching, speaking and emerging leadership seminars.

Our financial expert Emma S. Allen, “The people’s banker”, and President of Emma Allen Enterprises will teach you how to take practical steps to eliminate debt, create additional streams of income and build wealth in her workshop, Start Now, Finish Rich. And you really don’t want to miss out on Debra Fine’s interactive and entertaining presentation, The Fine Art of Small Talk – together you will laugh, learn and leave with insightful and informative techniques on how to turn every networking event, business meeting, conference and interaction with a client or customer into an opportunity for success.

All this and more awaits attendees at the 11th Annual Women, Power & Peace: Leadership for a New Tomorrow event, May 1, 2008 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. We have extended the early bird pricing until THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 2008! Sign up now to take advantage of this fabulous offer.

Linda Wind, CEO of Wind Enterprises shares her excitement about this year’s line up of phenomenal speakers, “Every year we strive to make each year’s conference bigger and better and the 2008 conference promises to be the best one yet! We have increased the value of the investment while reducing the overall cost and the selected speakers are truly experts in their respective fields. Please join us for this exciting one day leadership development program in Atlanta, Georgia and see what a difference it makes in the lives of your employees.” To register for this conference, visit www.possiblewoman.com.

Key sponsors, American Airlines, Southern Company, AT&T, and UPS share the spotlight with Atlanta Magazine, Leadership America, Wachovia, Women’s Enterprise USA, P&G Pharmaceuticals, Kroger, Avon, ExactTarget , BLUE MedSpa and Maggiano’s. Sponsorships are still available, presenting strategic and important opportunity for companies to show their support for this premier event. You can view other sponsor levels at http://www.possiblewoman.com/conference/peace/exhibitor.html.

For more information, or to register, call (888 663 4767) or log on to www.possiblewoman.com.

About Possible Woman Leadership Conferences: With the reputation of offering world-class leadership conferences and events that target Fortune 500 companies, professional corporate women, and women business owners, the Possible Woman Leadership Conference is quickly becoming the premier regional women’s leadership conference in the Southeast. Many corporations send their high potential employees and management personnel to this one-day conference as a cost-effective vehicle for corporate leadership development.

About Wind Enterprises: Founded in 1996, Wind Enterprises is a corporation committed to the personal and professional development of the business executive and career woman. The company offers one day leadership development conferences and business weekend retreats on land and at sea, as well as customized leadership development programs for corporations. Wind Enterprises has offices in Atlanta, Georgia and Dallas, Texas. A portion of all proceeds will benefit the Possible Woman Foundation International, founded by Linda Wind, to award non-traditional academic scholarships to women returning to the workplace.

To get more information about workshops and sessions tailored to corporate women and women business owners, please visit www.possiblewoman.com for more details.

Please click on the below attachment to view the conference flyer. womenpowerandpeacesavethedate2008final2.pdf

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