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With infectious charisma and an untraditional approach, Scott Stratten captivates audiences with unique insight and stories; Fortune 500 companies, including PepsiCo and Deloitte, seek his expertise on effectively connecting digital platforms with customer engagement to increase revenue, loyalty and reputation. Now we are very excited to announce Scott will be our special guest speaker and will captivate BCA at our September Hospitality Breakfast.
We’re in the age of disruption. Today’s business climate is changing at an unprecedented rate. Every week, it seems there is a new strategy, social media site or technology that is a “must use” or a “game changer”. What we lose in this endless quest for the next bright shiny business object is that at the core of business while everything has changed, nothing is different.
BCA is proud to announce that we have selected Michael E. Leiter to be the January speaker for our first BCA Breakfast of 2015. Michael Leiter was dubbed “America’s 24-hour Point Person on Terrorism” by the National Journal, Leiter served as the Director of the National Conterterrorism Center (NCTC) through the Bush and Obama administrations. He’s been a crucial player in disarming numerous terroristic attacks on U.S. soil. Come and help us give Michael a warm welcome to Philadelphia on Thursday, January 22nd for the Sabre Speaker Reception and Friday, January 23rd Hospitality Breakfast. Please find below two videos featuring Michael Leiter both on NBC Today, and addressing Congress as Director of the NCTC (National Counterterrorism Center).
We hope everyone is getting excited for BCA “Breakfast In The Evening” next week on November 19th. Look who it is on The Late Show with David Letterman last night!
BCA is very excited to have Jamie Clarke as the speaker for the June Hospitality Breakfast
Jamie Clarke is best known for his summit of Mount Everest… TWICE, His expedition across the Empty Quarter of Arabia, and scaling the Seven Summits, the worlds seven tallest Mountains. Jamie translates his adventurous accomplishments into his public speaking by asking the audience to achieve their own Everest. His talk will get you thinking about how to overcome some of the difficult obstacles in your life, and look at challenges from a new perspective.
He has earned the reputation as the foremost people-centric business expert and we are thrilled to welcome him to Philadelphia for our “Breakfast In The Evening” event on December 5th. With Tim’s assistance, you can expect the evening to be All About Relationships!
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January 25, 2013- Philadelphia, PA
Another tremendous Breakfast Event is in the books! And this is one that will not be forgotten. We were honored to have Commander Kirk Lippold share his truly inspiring story with us today. Through his story, we were all able to learn how we ourselves can prepare our team to face any challenge, and rise above it.
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After Craig Marowitz rocked the house at the Speaker Reception… Walter Bond rocked the Union League at the November BCA Hospitality Breakfast! If you weren’t awake when you got there at 7am this morning, that changed quickly when Walter took the stage! Coming out yelling Read the rest of this entry »
Dick Hoyt was the special guest speaker at the BCA Hospitality Breakfast this morning and his presentation left guests truly inspired!
His was clearly more than a story of a father’s love. It was a story of courage… A story that Read the rest of this entry »
Craig Valentine, Master Storyteller, imparted his knowledge on the BCA Members and guests at this morning Hospitality Breakfast. A quick look around the room, and you would have noticed attendees frantically taking notes, making changes to their wardrobe and creating “Foundational Phrases.” What may have seemed like Read the rest of this entry »
What a great morning! Peter Vidmar entertained a crowd of over 250 BCA members and guests at the BCA breakfast this morning. Olympian gymnast Peter Vidmar not only spoke about the values of Risk, Originality and Virtuosity but actual showed the audience by performing some skills on the pommel horse.
As Peter reminded us today, you can not achieve the ultimate success (the perfect 10) without taking risks. Don’t be afraid of risk, because everyone will fail or make a mistake as some point, it’s how you recover from it that makes you a success.
Without originality you can’t forge new ground and stand out from the rest, so go ahead be different.
And of course Peter finished it off with virtuosity! Do everything with full mastery and full passion. As the saying goes, do it right or don’t do it at all. I will rephrase that a bit, Do it GREAT or don’t do it at all.
We can’t Peter enough for the reminder on some very important life and business lessons.
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