Impact Channel Exhibits at IQPC Corporate Learning

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<p><strong>Arlington, Va. &mdash; May 21</strong><br />Impact Channel will be exhibiting at the International Quality and Productivity Center&rsquo;s (IQPC) third-annual Corporate University Summit on May 21-24 in Austin, Texas. </p><p>Impact Channel is devoted to creating breakthrough business performance by inspiring and aligning employees using the proven strategies of some business experts with supporting online programs and workshops.<br /><br />Principals Ken McInerney and Brett Jackson will be available in the Impact Channel booth and throughout the conference, sharing their passion for improving corporate learning solutions by using the teachings of world-renowned experts to make employees passionate about their organizations&rsquo; success.<br /><br />&ldquo;Both Brett and I are excited about Impact Channel&rsquo;s presence at the Corporate University Summit,&rdquo; McInerney said. &ldquo;Today, more than ever, it is imperative for learning and development efforts to produce results that align with company business objectives. Impact Channel is qualified to deliver all of the necessary components to make that happen, starting with the great ideas and powerful presentations of leading business experts.&rdquo;<br /><br />Every year, IQPC&rsquo;s annual Corporate Summit brings together chief learning officers and executives interested in training and development to share knowledge and best practices. </p><p><br /> &ldquo;Impact Channel business experts are world-renowned,&rdquo; Jackson said. &ldquo;Tom Peters, Mike Abrashoff, Chip Bell, Tom Morris, Ann Rhoades and Michael Treacy &mdash; these are the luminaries who shaped business leadership in management, innovation, customer service, ethics and growth. Through live speaking engagements and tailored online coaching solutions, the speakers&rsquo; teachings can be integrated into each organization&rsquo;s goals and strategies.&rdquo; </p>

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