Register today to attend the webinar on February 15, 2017
By using the power of the Internet, you can successfully network with other people - regardless of title, profession or background. In this webinar, you'll learn how to build and maintain your business and personal networks to improve your chances of success in today's competitive marketplace. We'll discuss methods for online networking, including social media platforms like LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.
Participants will learn to:
Join us on Wednesday, February 15, 2017 at noon from the computer of your choice.
Participation is limited to the first 50 registrants, so complete the form on the right to secure your spot!
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Mark Fallon is a dynamic speaker who shares insights gained from a career that spans from a part-time job as a mail clerk, to an officer in the United States Army, from a corporate executive to a successful entrepreneur. As President & CEO of The Berkshire Company (www.berkshirecompany.com), Mark helps his clients develop solutions using emerging technologies and expert leadership.
As an award-winning speaker (www.markfallon.com), Mark engages his audiences with enthusiasm and sincerity. He is able to share his personal successes and failures to help audiences learn methods to improve themselves and their teams.
A Certified Mail & Distribution Systems Manager (CMDSM), Mark was a recipient of the National Postal Forum's Mail Center Manager Award, and the US Postal Service Northeast Area’s PCC Industry Member of the Year Award. A frequent speaker at the National Postal Forum, Xplor and local MSMA and PCC chapters, he has received numerous top speaker awards.
Mark received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Suffolk University in Boston. In addition to articles published in numerous periodicals and e-zines, Mark is the author of 110 Tips to Improve Your Mail Center.
Mark currently serves on the Postmaster General’s Mailer’s Technical Advisory Committee’s (MTAC) Workgroup #177: Improvements in Address Quality Methodologies and ACS Best Practices.
In his down time, Mark enjoys long-distance running. In the last few years, he’s completed 14 marathons, and 3 ultramarathons, including the JFK 50-miler, with a time of 9 hours, 37 minutes and 39 seconds.