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ACR Call for Proposals 2008 Annual Conference

From the blog Mediation Marketing Tips

Mediators and Conflict Managers:
Now’s your chance to share your knowledge, research, and experiences with your peers.

The Association of Conflict Resolution has announced the call for proposals for its 2008 Annual Conference in Austin, Texas.

Researching and putting together a compelling presentation will help position you as an expert in your field.

The leaders in a field are the ones who get paid the most, hired the most and get sought out for more opportunities. I just listened last night to a presentation by a company that gathers experts on various topics. You want to know how they find the experts? They search periodicals, major newspapers and journals to see who has written about a topic, who is quoted by the media and who presents at conferences.

What are you waiting for?

Here’s the link: http://acrnet.org/conferences/ac08/index.htm

The deadline is March 10th.

Happy Marketing!
Don’t Give UP!
Kristina

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Kristina Haymes

Kristina R. Haymes is a mediator of litigated and non-litigated cases.  She has successfully assisted parties in resolving employment, real estate, commercial and family business & estate disputes. MORE >

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