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The Executive Next Practices Institute Brings Local Executives Together After the Election to Strategize for 2013

HOLLYWOOD, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 11/08/12 -- The Executive Next Practices Institute (ENP), a unique mastermind-like group designed for C-level business executives to review new leadership and business strategies, will host "CEOs Reset Strategy and Explore Opportunity Creation for 2013" on November 29 at the Academy of Motion Picture, Arts and Sciences (Linnwood Dunn Theatre) in Hollywood, Calif. The event will begin at 8:30 a.m. and end at 11:00 a.m.

"After the U.S. elections, we will bring top CEOs, regulators and other business leaders together to forecast and examine a 360-degree view of the economic and leadership landscape for 2013," says Scott Hamilton, president of the Executive Next Practices Institute. "This is a crucial time for executives to discuss how to manage market and consumer alignment, talent and job development, and innovation and opportunity capture. The well-established Executive Next Practices forum provides a secure, interactive and synergistic environment for leaders to develop next practices and capitalize on new market opportunities."

This session will be guided by CEOs, best-selling authors and area talent leaders including: Henry DeVries, co-author with Ken Blanchard of Closing Americas Job Gap & How to Close a Deal Like Warren Buffett; Turan Kahraman, CEO of Askew Industries; Mary Allen, VPHR of UPS; Laura Goodrich, global innovation expert and author of Seeing Red Cars; Kim Congdon, Managing Director, Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences; Kendice Briggs, SVP HR Playboy Enterprises; Mark Steiman, Chief Administrative Officer, Kinecta; Guy Marsala, former president EZ Lube; Paul Walker, author of Invent Your Future, many others. Speakers will share practical strategies and new perspectives on markets, job creation and growth opportunities. Event attendees will walk away with new insights to the latest innovations and forecasts in leadership, business-government relations and markets.

Visit www.enpinstitute.com/events to register. Registration is $65 before November 24th, and increases to $95 thereafter ($175 door rate). "CEOs Reset Strategy and Explore Opportunity Creation" will be held at the Academy's Linnwood Dunn Theatre -- 1313 Vine St., Hollywood, Calif. and will run from 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. For more information, contact ENP at [email protected] or visit www.enpinstitute.com.

About the Executive Next Practices Forum: The Executive Next Practices Forum (ENP) is an established group of Southern California Fortune 1000 C-level and top functional leaders (CEO, CFO, CMO, HR, CIO) who meet to discuss innovative business and leadership strategies. Roundtable sessions are held with a strict non-solicitation policy to encourage leaders to interact, engage and think collaboratively, and to ensure maximum relationship-building. The group follows a "next practices" development method which discards the status quo in favor of more effective and relevant approaches to today's business problems. For more information on the ENP, contact the Executive Next Practices Institute, [email protected] or call 888.857.9722.

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