Forgiveness in the Workplace

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WISE invites Grand Rapids-area businesswomen to meet marketing and media strategist Shawne Duperon of ShawneTV and founder of the global movement Project: Forgive, on Wednesday, May 1, 2013. WISE and Herman Miller are bringing the marketing mini-bootcamp to Grand Rapids area businesses.  

Media coach and six-time EMMY®-winner Shawne Duperon of ShawneTV is presenting an innovative business workshop on the topic of forgiveness in business. She created a five-minute video that went viral, seen by tens of thousands across the globe (www.ProjectForgive.com). The movie project continued to garner massive press from CNN, INC Mag., NBC, FOX, ABC, and newspapers across Canada and Europe. One story in the Detroit Free Press alone resulted in more than eleven thousand e-mails. Forgiveness is an important topic.

Shawne uses nonreligious, nonpartisan principles based on forgiveness and applies them to business.  The workshop is for business owners who want to master savvy traditional and social media strategies by overcoming business mistakes that may stop them from being successful.

Join sixty other business women for this event. 

WHAT: “What Are You Broadcasting?” The Business of Self-Forgiveness When You Make Marketing Mistakes 
WHEN: Wednesday, May 1, 2013, from 2-6 p.m.
WHERE: Louis Benton Steak House, 35 Ionia Ave. NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
WHO: EMMY® award-winning marketing strategist Shawn Duperon, of ShawneTV

Register here: www.wiseconnections.org/events 

 Master how to:

  • Draw in customers, clients, and volunteers, with compelling and authentic videos.
  • Avoid the worst types of posts on Facebook and Twitter.
  • Use the two secrets behind Facebook fan pages that attract people to LOVE your page, not just LIKE it.
  • Forgive yourself quickly in business and move into clean, impactful marketing clarity.
  • Create the most impact by converging your marketing efforts around powerful media interviews.

This event is sponsored by WISE and Herman Miller. To learn more, visit: www.wiseconnections.org 

Source: Connie Sweet, WISE

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