Bernie Mullin to Speak At National Sports Forum
January 17, 2011
ATLANTA — Jan. 11, 2011 — The Aspire Group founder and CEO, Dr. Bernie Mullin, will travel to Louisville, Kentucky at the end of this month to speak to attendees at the 2011 National Sports Forum. The three-day meeting consists of several industry- leading speakers who come together to share information on triumphs, troubles, and skills in order to grow and prosper in the future.
Dr. Bernie Mullin’s session titled, “Delegating vs. Doing: Making Yourself Replaceable” will take place on Monday, January 31st during the senior management breakout session from 2:00-3:15 in the afternoon. The presentation will focus on the importance of delegation as a manager, while giving audience members tips on mentoring, coaching and accountability skills that are essential to making delegation work.
The presentation will also focus on major factors that are critical in getting promoted. Dr. Mullin will share delegation secrets, one of which he calls “letting go”, which invariably revolves around succession planning and developing a well-trained subordinate who is ready to step up and fill your shoes.
“For many years now, Ron Seaver and his staff have made the National Sports Forum one of the most anticipated conferences in our industry,” states Dr. Mullin, “I am honored to present to such an influential audience and share my insights on how to help maximize their people, team, and organizational performance.”
About The Aspire Group
The Aspire Group is a global sports and entertainment firm founded by Dr. Bernie Mullin that partners with its clients to maximize revenue and organizational performance. Aspire provides ongoing strategic consulting advice and implementation support in executing and maintaining highly innovative sales, marketing, management, and operational systems. This is best embodied in Aspires proprietary “Next-Practices” and in the Fan Relationship Management Center, the fastest growing arm of the company, operating in Canada, the United Kingdom and United States.