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September 20 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 am PDT
PCMA Back to School Breakfast Education
Are you a proud alumnus? Wear you school colors and show your pride!
Thursday, September 20, 2018 | 8:00am – 10:30am
Le Meridien Hotel
333 Battery Street
San Francisco, CA 94111
Please join us as Richard Cox Braden takes us through an interactive keynote on:
THE POWER OF FAILURE – Thriving in Ambiguity
Most of us have a hate-hate relationship with failure and ambiguity. Fear of failure can be a paralyzing inhibitor of growth, and ultimately, success. In this highly interactive session, you will explore your personal relationship to failure and risk and discover ways to embrace and harness the power of failure. Participants will learn the basic principles that allow you to thrive in ambiguity, by increasing resilience and agility to adapt quickly to changes.
Rich is the founder of People Rocket, a management design firm that combines Business, Academics, Arts, and Design to bring a fresh, innovative, design-fueled approach to sustainably increase the performance of people, teams and cultures. Rich coaches executives, leaders and teams at organizations including Istanbul 2020 Olympic Bid Committee, TEDx, Mozilla, Google, Cisco, and JP Morgan Chase. Rich is a Lecturer at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business and teaches at the Stanford Hasso Plattner Institute of Design (d.school).
Le Meridien San Francisco is a luxury hotel located in the heart of San Francisco’s Financial District. The hotel is connected by a landscaped pedestrian bridge to the historic Bently Reserve, as well as the shops, entertainment, and cafe’s of the dynamic Embarcadero Center. Le Meridien is also steps away from San Francisco’s main leisure attractions such as Chinatown and the California Street cable cars, with easy access to Fisherman’s Wharf and Ghirardelli Square. Guest rooms are spacious and many offer sweeping views of the bay, the Bay Lights and the urban landscape and skyline.
Donate: PCMA NCC’s 2018 Community Partner is Wardrobe for Opportunity. This Oakland based non-profit works in partnership with the community to assist low-income individuals in their efforts to Find a Job, Keep a Job, Build a Career, their motto. Founded in 1995 to address often overlooked, yet critical barriers to finding and retaining employment, WFO has served nearly 30,000 low-income individuals across the bay area. Founded originally to provide professional clothing for women, WFO has expanded to provide in-depth, 360 degree professional development for men and women.
Schedule – Consortium Room @ LeMeridien:
- 8:00am – 8:30am: Registration and Networking
- 8:30am – 10:30am: Breakfast and Education
Monthly Program Display/Exhibit Table
Sign up today for a great opportunity to display your products and/or services at monthly meetings with PCMA NCC. Price per table is $450 and includes 1 complimentary registration as well as logo on event notifications and name mention by Chapter President at meeting.
- Member Planner $45
- Non-Member Planner $65
- Member Supplier $55
- Non-Member Supplier $75
- Student $45
- Exhibit Table $450
*On-site registration – add $20 to above fees
** Planner Scholarships Available! If you are a planner and are interested in receiving a scholarship to attend this event, please email Carolynn Santos.