Making Use of Your Dash – Lunch n’ Learn

EVENT BASICS

When:             Wednesday, March 20, 2013
                         11 a.m. Registration & Networking
                         11:30 a.m. Lunch Served
                         12 p.m. Presentation
                         1 p.m. Conclusion

Where:            Tundra Lodge Conference Center
                          865 Lombardi Ave, Green Bay, WI 54304
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Fee:                 $15 Members of Current
                          Free with 2013 Lunch n’ Learn or All-Inclusive Events Package – Learn More

Menu:            

The Hunter
Roast Beef, Baked Ham, Cheddar Cheese, Swiss Cheese Lettuce,       Tomato and Red Onion on Wheat Berry Bread served with Kettle Chips   and Pickle Spear.

Mango Berry Sandwich
Baby Spinach topped with Seasonal Fresh Berries, Sliced Mango, Feta Cheese, and Red Onion served with a side of Raspberry Vinaigrette.

Chicken Salad Sandwich
Roasted Chicken, Celery, and Red Onion, topped with Lettuce, Tomato and Provolone Cheese served on a Wheat Berry Bread.

The Vegetarian
Marinated Grilled Zucchini, Squash, Mushrooms and Roma Tomatoes with Smoked Gouda Cheese and Basil Aioli wrapped in a Herb Tortilla.

 Register:      (920) 593-3408, bjohnson@titletown.org
                         There is a 96-hour cancellation policy for this event.

 

EVENT OVERVIEW

Making Use of Your Dash

Learn what your dash is and how to positively use your dash to help become better in whatever you do (personal, business, family, etc.). Effective use of your dash helps you to become more fulfilled, as well as those around you. And most importantly, how will you be remembered for your impact on others – all due to your dash. How will you use your dash today – and for the rest of your life? David Yeghiaian will share about “The Dash,” using his own personal journey from a business-person focused on money and personal success to a person of faith focused on service.

 

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

David Yeghiaian
CEO
Unique Business Solutions

With a passion to help positively impact the lives of others, David Yeghiaian (Yeg – E – I – an) focuses on achieving this goal. David is CEO of Unique Business Solutions, LLC; a firm committed to assisting people and organizations on strategy, execution and personal development. He is also author of the business strategy book “Pieces for Profit,” describing how high-performing organizations maximize profitability to achieve greater success.

With 20+ years of experience, David has worked for global organizations, started firms as an entrepreneur and had leadership roles in other for-profit and non-profit organizations. He has advised large, medium and small organizations in more than 10 industries. He has demonstrated results on a global scale in a breadth of services related to brand management, marketing, mergers and acquisitions, and strategic planning. David’s experience includes work with Fortune 500, non-profit, government and private organizations around the world. He is also an accomplished speaker on a variety of topics.

Community involvement is important to David as he is involved in and supports many activities. He serves on the Rotary International District 6220 Board as District Governor Elect and will be Rotary District 6220 Governor in 2013-2014, and is vice chair of St. John the Baptist Parish Council. In addition, he is a former board member of the United Way of Brown County, the Rotary Club of Green Bay, the Rotary Foundation of Green Bay, Inc., New North Inc., the Green Bay Area Chamber of Commerce’s Advance board for economic development, and the Green Bay Symphony Orchestra.

A strong believer in continuous learning, David has been an adjunct instructor at several universities. He earned a bachelor of arts from Marquette University and a master’s degree from Concordia University. Originally from Milwaukee, David and his wife, Kim, have lived in Green Bay since 2002. In 2012, David led a team to Kenya and Uganda for humanitarian service projects related to water and sanitation, children’s health, and economic development; and traveled to India in 2011 on a humanitarian trip to provide polio immunizations for children.