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Embracing a Change Mindset at the 2016 Annual Meeting
Friday, December 18, 2015 6:25 AM

2016 Annual Meeting

The riskiest thing any business or individual can do in the new world reality is not change. In her program at the 2016 Annual Meeting April 5-7, “Change Is Good,” Karen McCullough will empower you with a change mindset that will help you make positive changes in your business and your life. McCullough debunks age-old myths about change and gives you the three critical keys to help you make important changes in your life.

McCullough will also lead a breakout session, "The Seven Women Project: Redefining Leadership and Success for Women." The Seven Women Project proclaims that inside every woman dwells seven different women, each with abundant strength, talent, passion, spirit, knowledge, female ingenuity, and fashion sense. The Seven Women Project is the story about how women connect, grow, and shine as we strive to bring out our best and truest selves.

Karen McCulloughKaren McCullough began her career as the youngest employee at an upscale department store in Cleveland, Ohio, where her mother worked as the first female credit manager. In the early days, McCullough worked for two of the world's most powerful fashion brands, Ralph Lauren and The Limited, where she first started analyzing the internal culture of large organizations. She applied what she learned and launched her own retail business, which she grew from one store into a multimillion-dollar chain of four stores. Today, McCullough's speaking career has benefited many Fortune 500 companies, associations and small business.

We look forward to seeing you at our Annual Meeting, April 5-7, which takes place in spectacular Oklahoma City. This is a conference unlike any other.

More information and registration.

For general conference information, contact Tamra Fairbrother at 800-442-5762, ext. 6632, or

For registration questions, contact Nithya Ram at 800-442-5762, ext. 6643, or