Kansas City IT Symposium
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Just Announced - Keynote Speakers
David Marquet (Best-Selling Author) and Tamara Ghandour (CEO)

The Kansas City IT Symposium is returning to the Overland Park Convention Center on April 9th and will once again bring tremendous value to the IT leadership community.

Put Your Leftover Training Budget To Great Use!
Register Today For Only $200 (Org. $300)

Use Promo Code: "EarlyBird"



Earlybird Registration Rate of $200 Is Only Good Until Dec. 31st
Registration Prices Will Increase to $300 in 2019

Best-Selling Author

David Marquet, author of  Amazon #1 bestseller “Turn the Ship Around!"  imagines a workplace where everyone engages and contributes their full intellectual capacity, a place where people are healthier and happier because they have more control over their work --– a place where everyone is a leader. David’s keynote presentation will focus on Intent-Based Leadership.  If implemented properly, Intent-Based Leadership will change your personal and professional life.

CEO & Innovation Enabler

As the founder and president of a thriving entrepreneurial business, TheShuuk.com – the testing ground for the world’s coolest new ideas, Tamara knows what it takes to drive growth and innovation daily in an ever­changing market­place. As the creator of the Innovation Quotient Edge (IQE) Assessment, Tamara has developed the only tool able to measure people’s natural innovation strengths and deliver insights and tools for performing at their peak, bringing more innovative ideas to the table, and being a high value team member. At 27 she was the youngest person ever named to leadership in a leading global advertising agency.

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