Dilworth Paxson is Hosting The Safe America Foundation CEO Network Summit On October 17


Dilworth Paxson will be hosting the Safe America Foundation CEO Network Summit on Monday, October 17, 2016 from 2:30 to 5:00 PM at our Philadelphia office, 1500 Market Street, Suite 3500E

This outstanding leadership forum includes a keynote address by acclaimed corporate advisor Steve Blue What CEO Leadership Style Will Best Serve Us In Times Ahead.”   

Mr. Blue, President and CEO of Miller Ingenuity, is a nationally recognized expert in transforming businesses into global powerhouses by showing how to double and even quadruple growth. He regularly provides insight for leading media and industry outlets, including FOX, BusinessWeek, Forbes, The Huffington Post, Entrepreneur Magazine, AMA, Europe Business Review, and The Wall Street Journal. Mr. Blue’s insights have led many media outlets to refer to him as one of America’s leading mid-market CEOs.

He is the author of Burnarounds: Unlocking the Double Digit Profit Code and The Ten Million Dollar Employee. His newest book is American Manufacturing 2.0: What Went Wrong and How to Make It Right.

For nearly 25 years, the Safe America Foundation has been drawing attention to ever-evolving issues of safety and preparedness. Current concerns include cyber-security (at home and in the workplace), planning and drilling for disasters and active shooter situations, human-trafficking, and transitioning issues affecting veterans. This Summit is presented as a feature of the Safe America Foundation CEO Network.

Join Dilworth  partners, Jerry DeSiderato (Chair of the Safe America Foundation Philly Task Force) and Harold Cohen, along with Len Pagano (President/CEO of Safe America Foundation) and other business and community leaders on October 17.

Kindly RSVP to Joe.Caprara@safeamerica.org so that your name can be registered with building security.   


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