Eisen Agency Boss To Present at Anderson Area Chamber Monthly Meeting

Rodger Roeser, President and owner of Cincinnati’s premier PR firm, will speak October 7 at the fall Greater Cincinnati Chapter of the American Society for Training and Development (GCASTD) conference. The conference will take place at the Savannah Center in West Chester (5533 Chappell Crossing Blvd). Roeser’s presentation will discuss the importance of public relations as part of business building and the critical role leadership plays in business growth and management.

This year’s fall GCASTD’s conference theme is “Connect. Contribute. Collaborate. – Shift Your Learning Focus.” Those interested can register at http://www.gc.astd.org/. The conference will have active learning sessions, hands-on practice with industry experts, as well as sessions that promote sharing. The conference is a great way to meet other professionals in the area and learn what is and is not working in the industry right now. Non-members can attend for $199 which also buys them a year membership. Students can attend as well at a discounted price of $99.

“This year’s conference will be different from previous conferences for several reasons” says event coordinator Susan Devlin of Tier One Performance Solutions. “There will be more active participation among the audience as well as carefully selected speakers from the business community that fit the conference theme. Rodger fits perfectly into the agenda and we look forward to his expertise.”

For more information on Rodger Roeser and the Eisen Agency visit www.TheEisenAgency.com


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