Conversations With Kathy – The evening of Wednesday, September 21st, Kathy Kolbe will once again host “Conversations with Kathy.” This is an opportunity for you to participate in a discussion about the latest developments in the science of conation with the leading authority on human instinctive strengths – all in a very intimate (“small-scale”) setting. This event is intentionally kept small, so seating is limited. Click here and sign up now.
Special prices on rooms – For Conation Nation attendees, Kolbe Corp has secured a limited number rooms (for a special Symposium price) at the beautiful Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia. We still have some rooms available, but they are going fast. At Montelucia, you'll be able to relax in one of three pools, or enjoy a massage at the Joya Spa, or dine at any of their world-class restaurants.
So don’t miss out. Click here to take advantage of this special offer.
Top Golf on Friday – Conation Nation participants have asked us to provide even more opportunities for networking and socializing during and after the Symposium. We heard you, and this year Kolbe Corp will host a fun event at Top Golf in Scottsdale at 4:30 p.m. on Friday, September 23rd (following the Symposium). Top golf is a fun and relaxing venue where you can work on your drive, play some games, enjoy some food and refreshments, or just hang out. (You DON’T have to be a golfer to have a good time at Top Golf.) To learn more about this event, click here.
Sponsorship opportunities – Thanks to all of our terrific Conation Nation Symposium sponsors who are helping to make this year's Symposium a fantastic event! If you would like to take advantage of this terrific opportunity to reach a dynamic audience of entrepreneurs and business leaders, there is still time to become a sponsor. Click here for more information.
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Kolbe Corp EVP Frank Reid has started a blog to share some of his insights gained over a 30+-year career in human resources.Take a look a one of his latest posts and let us know what you think.