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Kolbe Corp Announces Speakers for the Conation Nation Symposium
Date:9/4/2013

Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) September 04, 2013

On October 10th and 11th, 2013, Kolbe Corp will host the first-ever symposium dedicated to cultivating conation, deepening knowledge, and inspiring action while building a collaborative community. Fans of conation from all over the world, as well as Kolbe Certified™ Consultants, will be traveling to the Tempe Mission Palms Hotel to enjoy an experience like no other.

The event features relevant breakout sessions like health and wellness, innovative people solutions, and other hot topics, as well as inspiring and dynamic speakers, including:

General William Scott Wallace (Ret.)
Retired 4-Star General who commanded the operation that took Baghdad, will discuss how conation affects decision making and communication in both military and personal situations.

Dr. Diane DeBacker
Commissioner of Education for Kansas, where Kolbe is being widely used to impact youth, will tell how Project: Go Ahead is making a difference for kids.

Dave Tierney, Esq.
Top attorney will tell the story of how he convinced a federal court judge that the language of the Kolbe works is unlike that of any other assessment program.

Kathy Kolbe
World’s leading authority on conation and human instincts will share her latest breakthroughs in health, education and leadership.

The inaugural Conative Excellence Awards will be an exciting part of the Conation Nation Symposium with four awards being presented: Kolbe Professional Award, Kolbe Enterprise Award, Dynamynd® Award, and the Founders Award. Kolbe Corp believes in recognizing and celebrating thoughtful users of Kolbe Wisdom™, individuals and organizations dedicated to the principles of Kolbe Corp, and fans of conation who strive to share the study of the three parts of the mind with the world.

“Our mission is to help people understand their own and each other’s instinctive strengths and us
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