[Texchange] Creating the Impossible


Texchange Houston presents:

Creating the Impossible

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Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Time: 5:30 PM (cocktail hour/cash bar) 6:30 - 8:30 PM (dinner/forum)
Location: Houstonian Hotel, 111 N. Post Oak Ln - Map
Speaker: Dan Prosser, CEO of Conversint, LLC and theBESTPlacesToWork.com

Description:

Are you ready to bring your business to the next level? The March Texchange event is for entrepreneurs who are ready to accomplish something extraordinary that currently seems impossible. Tied to the notion of `Uncovering The Hidden Source Of All Results,` which lies at the heart of performance in business and culture, this topic is relevant for any leader challenged with growing their organization. If you want to successfully transform your organization`s performance (and your own) you must first be willing to reinvent the conversations that are driving your performance now. Join Dan Prosser, as he leads us in a conversation for transformation that can have monumental impact on your bottom line. Learn a new way to respond to the events that challenge you in every day business - with an emphasis on the practical lessons to be learned and applied. It`s a conversation you don`t want to miss and an outstanding fit for the unique Texchange format of presentation and table discussion.

Speaker:

Dan Prosser is founder & CEO of Conversint, LLC and theBESTPlacesToWork.com. He helps CEO`s, entrepreneurs and business leaders who are struggling to achieve their vision; through a proven, business model that guarantees to reinvent their business and make the impossible happen. A serial entrepreneur of many years in Houston technology companies, Dan sold his telecom management and enterprise software companies in 2001 to two Dallas competitors. He is a frequent speaker and major contributor to growth and success on several boards and in Houston business.

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Texchange Event Format:

Meetings start with refreshments and informal conversation followed by a sit-down dinner where attendees can become acquainted with others at their table. After the speaker`s presentation, each table discusses a pre-set technology or entrepreneurial topic among themselves. Everyone is encouraged to share their viewpoints and, especially, share knowledge gained through their own unique experiences. Afterwards, there is a moderated "open table" discussion.


Table Leaders:

Sandra Zimmer, President, The Self-Expression Center
Janice Dorr, Director, Houston Technology Center
Rob Longenecker, Conversint


This event is sponsored by:

http://www.deloitte.com/dtt/home/0%2C1044%2Csid%25253D2000%2C00.html


New Pricing!!!
Members - $35  ---  Non-members - $50
Late Registration (after March 9th) - Add $5
Walkup attendees (first come, first served) - $65
Members may register 1 guest at the member rate!

SPECIAL DISCOUNT FOR THE HTC COMMUNITY:
$10 discount when registering online. Use promotional code HTCMAR2007.

Houston Texchange Board of Directors:
Chairman: Manish Asthana, President, Verum Solutions
President: Paul Schatz, VP Sales and Marketing, INT Inc
Treasurer: Kala Marathi, Managing Director, Houston Angel Network
Secretary: Deborah Mansfield, Dir Life Sciences, Houston Technology Center
VP Communications: Brad Cyprus, Dir Operations, Vendor Safe Technologies
VP Membership: Reid Pennebaker, Financial Consultant, Mainspring Partners
Sponsorships: Leslie Butterfield PhD, SVP Sales and Marketing, Trelligence, Inc
Program Chair: Carole Kernohan, VP Channels, Trelligence Inc
Joe Barber, President, Total Excellence Management Corp.
Richard Burgess, Dir Bus Dev Venture Services, Air Liquide America
Austin Goings, Manager, Schlumberger Information Solutions
Tom Rubenak, Manager, Forrester Research
Jeff Williams, Managing Director, Mainspring Partners
Ken Williams, Executive VP, Frost Bank


For more information about Texchange, visit our website at www.Texchange.org

Speaker Dan Prosser

CEO
Conversint, LLC and theBESTPlacesToWork.com

Organizer Paul Schatz

When

Tue, Mar. 13, 2007
5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. US/Central

Where

Houstonian Hotel
111 N. Post Oak Ln.
Houston, Texas