4 Reasons To Attend the 2013 IEDC Conference

Ed Burghard

“When your views on the world and your intellect are being challenged and you begin to feel uncomfortable because of a contradiction you’ve detected that is threatening your current model of the world…pay attention. You are about to learn something.”

William H. Drury, Jr. (1921-1992);
Professor, Author

It is still not too late to decide to attend the 2013 IEDC Conference in Philadelphia.


  • Learn new concepts and success models – Listen to the experts and your colleagues.
  • Develop a continuous improvement mentality – Benchmark how well your EDO is doing against your peers.
  • Educational and networking opportunities – Learn and grow from your network of colleagues.
  • Face-to-Face time – Talk one-on-one with people who have expertise in areas where your community can use help.



  • Read my notes on what I learn.  This year, I will again be reporting my learning on the www.strengtheningbrandamerica.com website.  I obviously won’t be physically able to attend all the sessions, but I will gladly share my notes from those I do attend.  It isn’t nearly the same as being there yourself, but the blog posts will provide you with some insights to consider.

I hope to see you in Philadelphia!

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