“I came to the conference not knowing anybody in the field and was just checking out the whole creativity coaching notion to see if it was the fit for me I hoped it would be. I came away enthused, inspired, and ready to go." ~ Steve Goff
Lake George, New York (PRWEB) August 06, 2015
The Creativity Coaching Association (CCA), celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, is excited to present the 3rd International Creativity Conference in beautiful Lake George, NY, on September 25 – 27, 2015. The conference will bring together coaches and instructors from the CCA’s Creativity Coach Certification program to share the latest trends in creativity with artists, coaches and creative thinkers from around the world.
The conference will take place at the historic Fort William Henry Hotel and Conference Center. Fort William Henry was the site of a significant event in the French and Indian Wars, as portrayed in James Fenimore Cooper’s novel, The Last of the Mohicans. Along with a beautiful site and luxurious accommodations, conference attendees can visit the Fort William Henry Museum and Restoration, located on the hotel property.
Attendees will have opportunities to connect with other creatives during shared meals and enjoyable activities, including a fall cruise on Lake George and a Creativity Expo and Fair, where conference participants will display and sell their work.
The conference will feature …
- Top notch presentations & speakers
- Interactive panel of CCA Creativity Coaching Certification Program Instructors
- Networking opportunities
- Luxurious accommodations
- Delicious meals
- Scenic fall boat cruise
- Live entertainment
- Onsite bookstore & Creativity Salon
- Creativity Expo & Fair
Says CCA President Beverly Down, “Come one – come all! This conference is especially for creative people who want to take their creative work or creative business(es) to a higher level of enjoyment and success. Join us for a quantum leap in your productivity!”
To learn more about the conference and enroll, visit the conference website:
Beverly Down, Conference Organizer