We are excited to announce that the VeraSage Institute is holding three events immediately following the AICPA’s Practitioners Symposium and TECH+ Conference on June 13, 14 and 15 at the Aria hotel in Las Vegas, NV.
The first event, Meet VeraSage 2012, will be held on Wednesday, June 13 from 2 to 6PM. It will feature openings from Paul Dunn and Ron Baker, a session with Kennedy and Coe’s managing partner Kurt Siemers, a panel of VeraSage Trailblazer firms, and a live THRIVEcast featuring Mark Koziel and Tom Hood. This is a free event open to anyone.
If that is not enough, we have a second event, VeraSage in Vegas, which will run from 7:30am to 5:30pm on Thursday, June 14. The morning will feature five VeraSage Fellows and Founders:
- The Future is Here: The Firm of Today (Ron Baker, VeraSage Institute)
- Setting Price and Scope (Michelle Golden, Golden Practices Inc)
- Value Conversation (Dan Morris, Morris & D’Angelo)
- Project Management (Ed Kless, Sage)
- Managing People in a Timeless Firm (Jay Shepherd, Prefix, LLC)
The afternoon will be dedicated to dynamic, interactive workshops that drill down into the content taught in the morning. You’ll interact with dozens of VeraSage Fellows and Friends who are trailblazers with experience in these core areas. You’ll take away scores of practical ideas you can implement today and into the future. The price for this event is $1,200. And, of course, the value is guaranteed.
The third event, not open to the public is a meeting of VeraSage Fellows and Friends. This is similar to the meeting that produced our terrific series of DETalks. Sorry, but unless you are a Fellow or trailblazer (by invitation only) you can’t come to the live event, but look for the posting of the DETalks after the event.
To help kickoff and promote this Michelle Golden, who is organizing this event for the Institute, chatted with me about the event for our latest installment of the nascent VeraSage Podcast.
In addition, she talked about her first encounter with VeraSage Founder Ron Baker. This meeting was by chance photographed and appears at left.