Harvey Mackay: Essential Business Skills from a Minnesota Icon

We’re excited for this special presentation by Harvey Mackay. Harvey is the author of Swim With The Sharks Without Being Eaten Alive and Beware The Naked Man Who Offers You His Shirt, which were named two of the top fifteen inspirational business books of all time by the New York Times.

Harvey Mackay
Best-Selling Author | Leadership Trainer | Motivational Speaker Chairman at MackayMitchell Envelope Company
Member of the National Speakers Association Hall of Fame

 

Essential Business Skills from a Minnesota Icon
Understanding business, and your company’s business, is one of the most important things a learning and development leader can bring to their role. Harvey will share information on a variety of important business topics, including:

  • Leadership
  • Networking
  • Building Long-term Relationships
  • Marketing
  • Coaching
  • Creativity
  • Selling
  • Teamwork

Special Bonus: Harvey — the author of seven New York Times bestselling books (three that hit #1) — will give each attendee a copy of his revised “Swim With the Sharks Without Being Eaten Alive.” Plus, he will have a book signing after the event.

Harvey will also introduce the Harvey Mackay University. This has been described as “…the most transformational business learning experience of my life; the opportunity to learn what very few know but everyone should. I call it the Mackay MBA of street smarts in the real world.” ~ Greg Hague, real estate guru.

Cost: Free

 

5 Comments on “Harvey Mackay: Essential Business Skills from a Minnesota Icon

  1. Edith Young

    I’d love the opportunity to attend this presentation by Harvey Mackay! I’m currently in a product lead position in a large public sector office in Minneapolis and this presentation would provide me with ideas on how to continue grow my leadership role within the organization. Thank you for your consideration.

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  2. R. Kent Barnard

    It would have been nice to get information about this event in time to attend. Sending it out at 6:08 p.m. the night before guarantees that a large number of people would not see it until the following morning. Disappointing.

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    1. Brian Keller, Manager of Digital Engagement

      You’re absolutely right, Kent. We’re sorry about that. We kept the Harvey information in our newsletter simply to let people know what we’ve been up to, but we’d originally planned to send it earlier.

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