2005 ASIS International Professional Development Programs: Experience, Dedication, and Leadership in Security Education

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2005 ASIS International Professional Development Programs: Experience, Dedication, and Leadership in Security Education


New advancements.

New technologies.

New challenges.

So much to stay on top of.

One thing is certain.

Professional development in the security industry is a must. Rely on the experienced, dedicated leader in security education--ASIS International.

With dozens of professional development programs and conferences held annually--in a variety of learning formats--ASIS' comprehensive range of educational resources and networking opportunities equip you to meet the challenges of the coming years.

From security's leading association ...

THE INDUSTRY'S MOST INFLUENTIAL EVENT

You're on the front lines of security. You understand how critical it is to keep up with the latest industry developments and innovations. And you know how important it is to attend the premier security event of the year--ASIS 2005.

In a world of constantly emerging threats and changing tactics, ASIS 2005 will provide a forum for professionals from across the globe to build a consistent vision for a secure future. It will bring together thousands of professionals from the broad spectrum of security interests and attract leading manufacturers and service providers to the world's largest exhibition dedicated to security. From the insight gained on the show floor to the singular networking opportunities to the speakers and educators with unique insights, ASIS 2005 is the comprehensive security resource that successful professionals trust. Be a part of the most influential event for the security industry--register today.

Keynote Speaker General Colin L. Powell, USA (Ret.) shares his knowledge and insight

From professional soldier to Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff to chairman of America's Promise--The Alliance for Youth to Secretary of State, Colin Powell's career has been full of extraordinary experiences. Don't miss this opportunity to hear from a truly remarkable individual.

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GENERAL SESSIONS

Discover what leading thinkers and visionaries are saying about the issues affecting you.

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Opening Ceremony

Monday, September 12

7:45 am-9:00 am

You'll start your day on a high note with this musical extravaganza. Professional entertainers employ music, dance, and song to depict 50 years of the Society's impressive history.

Gen. Colin L. Powell, USA (Ret.)

Secretary of State (2001-2004)

Tuesday, September 13

8:00 am-9:00 am

One of the most admired men in America, General Colin Powell has been a leader for most of his life, having led troops as both a military leader and as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and as Secretary of State. But Gen. Powell believes a leader is more than just his or her title. Drawing on examples garnered from experience as both a leader on the world stage and as eyewitness to leadership in action, Gen. Powell illustrates precisely what it takes to be a leader, providing strategies for "taking charge" during times of great change and great crises. Gen. Powell demonstrates how to remain focused, take responsibility, and work towards improving processes, organizations, and people.

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"I highly recommended ASIS 2005 to all security professionals regardless
of their knowledge or education. There is something here for everyone."
KEVIN O'BRIEN
VICE PRESIDENT, THE BANK OF NEW YORK

Dr. Ken Blanchard

Management Expert

Wednesday, September 14

8:00 am-9:00 am

Few people have impacted the day-to-day management of people and companies more than Dr. Ken Blanchard. A prominent, gregarious, sought-after author, speaker, and business consultant, Blanchard is universally characterized by friends, colleagues, and clients alike as one of the most insightful, powerful, and compassionate men in business today.

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