PHOENIX, AZ (PRWEB) May 21, 2013
This October, Phoenix, Arizona will host the first ever event dedicated to cultivating conation. Organized by Kolbe Corp, the Conation Nation Symposium will deepen the understanding of instinctive human strengths, and inspire attendees to take action on these strengths in their lives.
This event, taking place October 10th and 11th, will feature keynote speakers such as General William Scott Wallace (Ret), Dr. Diane DeBacker, Commissioner of Education for Kansas where Kolbe is widely used, and top attorney Dave Tierney, Esq., as well as panel discussions and special programs that are all focused on conation.
“Our mission is to help people understand instinctive strengths and use that understanding to improve their lives in the ways they care about most. We’re putting on the Conation Nation Symposium to reach more people and change more lives. The Conative Excellence Awards recognize and celebrate people already taking this concept and making it a reality.”
- David Kolbe, CEO, Kolbe Corp
As part of the event, Kolbe Corp is also honoring winners of four awards for Conative Excellence including:
- Kolbe Enterprise Award: for Organizational Leadership in Building Conative Excellence;
- Kolbe Professional Award: for Individual Leadership in Building Conative Excellence;
- Dynamynd® Award: for Compassion, Mission and Vision in Leading Others to Achieving Goals; and
- Kolbe Founder’s Prize: for Furthering Research and Awareness of the Kolbe Wisdom™.
To submit nominations for three of these awards and for more information about the Conation Nation Symposium, visit: http://www.kolbe.com/cns.
About Kolbe Corp:
For over 35 years, Kolbe Corp has helped people identify their instinctive talents and use their innate abilities to succeed. Kolbe’s online assessment, the Kolbe A™ Index, is used by individuals and corporations alike. Clients throughout the United States and in 34 other countries rely on Kolbe’s products and services to hire talent, increase productivity and build effective teams.
For more information, visit http://www.kolbe.com.