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Dale Callahan, PhD, PE, and director of the IEM masters program enjoys speaking to community groups of all types and sizes. Whether speaking at your place of business or professional organization, below are just a few of the topics from the IEM program he can share with you to help you and your organization grow professionally. If you already have a topic in mind Dale can customize his presentation to meet your needs.

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greenbullet Leadership
Can't seem to break into the next level of management at the office? Wonder why someone else was promoted instead of you? Dale has talked to company CEOs and knows what they want -- leaders. Discover the elements to good basic leadership skills and the tools you need to get to the next level.
greenbullet Entrepreneurship
Some of the best business ideas are born on the back of a paper napkin. Find out how to take your idea and turn it into business reality. Through the IEM masters degree program Dale has helped several clients turn their passion into real money making ventures.
greenbullet Reverse Interview - 5 Job Offers in 30 Days
We are all familiar with the "job interview" process, but Dale shows you how to turn the tables and bypass the Human Resource office by getting in touch with, and talking to, the decision makers. No more sending out resumes. Identify where you want to work, call them, and ask Dale's three simple questions.
greenbullet Networking for Introverts
It is not what you know, it is who you know. Right? Wrong! What matters is who knows you! This is fine if you are an attention loving extrovert. But what about the rest of us? How do we get connected to people in a way that they get to know us, remember us, and like us? Come and learn these secrets that will change your network, and your career!
greenbullet Now Hiring, All Companies
Unemployment may be high, but all companies are hiring if you know how to have the right conversation and with the right person. Those looking for jobs the old-fashioned way are setting themselves up for disappointment. Dale says the only way to succeed is to operate like a company of one - learning the skills of an entrepreneur.