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Making Waves In the Live Events Space with Stuart Ruff-Lyon

Making Waves at C-Level

Release Date: 06/18/2020

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Thom Singer sat down for a chat with LinkedIn consultant D Matt Scherer to discuss the ins and outs of setting up a profile and using posts, likes, comments and shares as a way to get noticed in your industry and stand out as a thought leader.

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Episode 582 was originally recorded as part of the "Webinar Talk Show" that is hosted by Thom Singer and Eliz Greene.  This interview with Mike Ciannilli was so engaging, that Thom knew it had to be shared with the "Making Waves at C-Level" audience.  

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For this episode, Thom turned to his friend Marny Lifshen.  Together they co-authored "Some Assembly Required: A Networking Guide for Women", and have been friends for over 25 years.  Marny has consulted with hundreds of companies and law firms and brings hands on research to the topics of networking and personal branding.

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In episode 580 of "Making Waves at C-Level" (formerly the "Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do" podcast) we talk sales with Mark Hunter, The Sales Hunter.  Mark has just released a new book "A Mind for Sales" (which you can buy on Amazon).

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In this episode Thom Singer talks about the best tips he has for anyone in business to make waves and succeed.  There is a lot of crazy things happening in the world, everyone can use a little motivation to make sure they are leading their team (or themselves) toward more success.

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What if you competitors are doing a great job of keeping in touch with clients and prospects during this crazy time of work from home, quarantine, and no in-person meetings (remember, their prospects are YOUR customers).  If they do this well, and your team is waiting for the phone to ring, then they will have the advantage for short term and long term sales.

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In this episode of "Making Waves at C-Level" (formerly "Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do") Thom Singer sits down for a chat with his friend Bill Leake from Apogee Results.  In this interview Bill shares his journey from consulting, to software, to being the CEO of a firm that helps clients get found.  Along the way they talk about why executives should be engaged in their communities, and how to network up and down and across career levels.

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Episode 576 of "Making Waves at C-Level" (formerly "Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do") is a interview with Bobby Marhamat.  He is the CEO of Radiant and an experienced business leader.  He shares his journey in business and leadership.  The tag line in the banner of his LinkedIn profile reads "If you are not making waves, you are not kicking hard enough".... so that alone makes him the perfect guest for the show.

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Episode 575 marks the name change of the podcast.  "Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do" officially is now called "Making Waves at C-Level".  Host Thom Singer has made some business changes, and is working closer with larger companies in his career....and thus the re-branding and new focus of the podcast. 

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Episode 574 of "Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do" is the last episode of the podcast under that name. Beginning with the next show, the podcast will become "Making Waves at C-Level".  To learn more about the change, check out episode 573.  Thanks for being part of the show community for almost 6 years, and we look forward to you staying on the ride of this podcast under the new name. 

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Episode 572 of "Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do" is an in-depth chat with Stuart Ruff-Lyon.  He is the VP of Events adn Exhibits for RIMS (Risk and Insurance Management Society) and the current chair of PCMA (the Professional Convention Management Association).  In both these roles he is seeing all that things that are happening in the world of live meetings, conventions, and other events.  There is a lot going on in this industry (the impact on the global GDP from live meetings is bigger than most people think).
 
About Stuart Ruff Lyons
 
Stuart Ruff-Lyon, CMP, DES is the Vice President of Events and Exhibitions at RIMS – the risk management society, where he oversees his association’s event portfolio and event sales initiatives. Stuart is passionate about the events industry, and he’s passionate about being a business event strategist. Currently, he is leading his team into the digital event world, and is excited about the new opportunities and challenges this endeavor will bring. Stuart is the chairman of the board for PCMA (Professional Convention Management Society), and is active on customer advisory boards for the cities of Chicago, Denver and San Francisco, as well as on the advisory board for Marriott.
 
 
About RIMS
 
As the preeminent organization dedicated to promoting the profession of risk management, RIMS, the risk management society®, is a global not-for-profit organization representing more than 3,500 industrial, service, nonprofit, charitable and government entities throughout the world. Founded in 1950, RIMS is committed to advancing risk management capabilities for organizational success, bringing networking, professional development and education opportunities to its membership of more than 10,000 risk management professionals who are located in more than 60 countries.
 
 
About PCMA
 
PCMA is the world’s largest, most respected and most recognized network of business events strategists. The business events industry is about more than business events. Because of professional experiences and personal connections, PCMA is in a unique position to transform the world economically and socially.  PCMA has 7,000 members and an audience of 50,000 across North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia. With 17 chapters and activities in 30 countries, they are the global leader in business events.
 
PCMA was founded in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, as the Professional Convention Management Association and previously operated from Birmingham, Alabama. PCMA's annual signature event, CONVENING LEADERS, was first held in 1956, and PCMA formally incorporated as a non-profit in 1958.