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Consultants Forum Breakfast

  • 22 Jan 2014
  • 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
  • Advanced Reading Concepts, 1500 West Third Avenue, Columbus, OH 43212


Consultants Forum Breakfast

Led By: Bob James, Vice President of Business Development at Advanced Reading Concepts, Inc., 

The consulting field can be an exciting place for a skilled professional like you. This forum is dedicated to providing local consultants valuable resources and development opportunities.  Come to learn from other professionals and share your own best practices.

As self employed or small business/organization employed, we are constantly faced with the need to be self-motivated, organized, productive and effective in our profession.  Any tools we can utilize will pay dividends.  Our speaker for the January meeting will help us understand the power of one such tool that many of us already use and that most of us vastly underutilize.  

Bob Cich, like all of us is a consultant and the principal of Priority Management, a Dublin based consultancy specializing in helping people become more productive and effective in their professional lives.  

Bob’s topic is “Working Sm@art with Microsoft Outlook” - Learn how to use Outlook to make yourself more organized, productive and effective.  You will leave the meeting knowing that Outlook is not just for e-mail anymore.  

As usual, we will meet at 1500 W. Third Ave in the Advanced Reading Concepts Conference room on the lower level.  The meeting will start at 7:30 am with coffee and networking, the presentation will start at 8 am and we will adjourn at 9 am.  The coffee will be flowing and we’ll have some bagels for the hungry.

Proud sponsors of this event:

                                                          and                                                                         Bob James, Vice President of Business Development at Advanced Reading Concepts, Inc.,    

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