September 9, 2015 – Wednesday Mark Langford & Hope Theory Libby Gill

September 9, 2015 – Wednesday Mark Langford & Hope Theory Libby Gill

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Mark Langford – Career Coach at C-Synergy, Author of “Thank God It’s Wednesday” & Speaker

Mark Langford founded and operates a career consulting practice to assist people and organizations through challenges and transitions to achieve clarity, determine direction and boost productivity. He developed and launched a proprietary system to help people and businesses find and implement their greater good purpose. Mark ranks as a “Top 10” business coach in Los Angeles by and His new book, “Thank God It’s Wednesday!” was written for business professionals who feel like they have too much job and too little life. It is a prescription for “Work Sickness,” or the live-to-work syndrome, that manifests itself in the form of feeling overwhelmed, incessantly tired and unsatisfied. This book is for you if you feel trapped and want a practical and easy-to-implement strategy to identify your career calling, master the corporate game, or free up more time & space for your personal passions.
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Libby Gill – Leadership Expert and Author of Capture the Mindshare and the Market Share Will Follow: The Art and Science of Building Brands

Libby Gill is the former head of communications and public relations for Sony, Universal, and Turner Broadcasting. She is the founder and CEO of executive coaching and consulting firm Libby Gill & Company. An international speaker, bestselling author, and former Dallas Morning News columnist, she has shared her success strategies on CNN, NPR, the Today Show, and in BusinessWeek, Time, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and more. Libby helps established and emerging leaders at companies including Avery Dennison, Cisco, Disney-ABC, GoDaddy, Intel, Kellogg’s, Microsoft, Oracle, PayPal, Royal Caribbean, Safeway, Warner Bros., and Wells Fargo inspire purpose and drive performance. With her vast expertise in communication and brand strategy, she also helps entrepreneurs brand and build their businesses.
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