Executive Insight 2013

Metro Edge

Back Event Aug 15, 2013 @ 5:30 pm

They’ve slayed the business dragons, climbed the corporate ladder to success, and have a long trail of victories (and lessons learned) in their rear-view mirror. Executive Insight will again bring together the region’s most influential men and women to share with EDGErs how they got to where they are today, what it takes to be successful, what missteps to avoid along the way, and what it means to be a great leader. Executive Insight is your opportunity to hear the secrets to career success and what it takes to have an impact on the future of Sacramento business. This is a fantastic event and is, truly, the essence of what Metro EDGE is about – inspiring and engaging the future business and community leaders of our region. REGISTER HERE This year’s Executive Insight panel will include: • Dale Carlsen, Sleep Train •Beth Hassett, WEAVE •Adam Pechal, Tuli Bistro Group •Elisabeth Brinton, SMUD •Chris Johnson, The Johnson Group, Inc. •Kate Renwick-Espinosa, VSP Global •Warren Smith, Sacramento Pro Soccer •Honorable Christopher Cabaldon, Mayor of West Sacramento •Cassandra Walker Pye, APCO Worldwide •Stan Van Vleck, Downey Brand And, more to be announced soon! The only event to sell out every year, you’ll want to register early, as this event has limited capacity! After a short introductory panel discussion, executives will head out into the crowd and rotate from table to table to field questions from our members on topics ranging from business acumen and leadership to how to balance family and business success.

This event is exclusive to members of Metro EDGE only. If you’re not a member yet, this is the perfect reason to join now.

More information: http://metro-edge.org/event/executive-insight-2013-3/

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