Importance of Doing Your Job - Military preferred

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Event Location: Smithfield, RI (United States)

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Response deadline was December 04, 2017.
Event Date: June 07, 2018
Group Type: Association
Primary Topic Area/Industry: Military
Number of speakers needed: 1
Audience size: 400
Presentation Length: 1 hour
Speaking Fee:
  • Maximum: $1,001 - $2,500
  • Travel Expenses reimbursed: Expenses are reimbursed in full
  • Fee Note: We are trying to limit expense fees. If speaker is within driving distance we are more inclined to compensate at the higher end of the fee range.
Approximate Decision Date: December 29, 2017

About This Event

Organizer is looking for someone to talk about the importance of doing your job, and what happens when one team member does not do their job or does it poorly. The idea of a military chain of command, or Navy Seals working together would be a good concept to share with this audience of 400 professionals working in the natural gas industry (who lay, weld, and fix pipes). The speaker will have 1 hour.

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