Former Governor of New York Honorable David A. Paterson
David Alexander Paterson became the 55th Governor of The State of New York on March 17, 2008. In his first address as Governor, he spoke about the challenges facing New York, and his plans to build a better and brighter future for all citizens. He was ahead of the national curve in predicting and acting on the State’s fiscal downturn.
Governor Paterson recently joined Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated as a Director/Investments with the Moldaver, Paterson, Lee and Chrebet Group- one of the firm’s top teams- based in New York City.
As Governor, during his 2008 inaugural address, Governor Paterson foretold of an impending national fiscal crisis and collapse, displaying prescience as the first American public official at any level to issue such an alarm. The Governor’s decision to address the country’s economic woes originated with his public statements regarding a potential deflationary spiral and misuse of credit default swaps and reckless home mortgage policies. Ironically, this forecast compelled New York’s Legislature to specially convene in August 2008. This session resulted in reducing the state’s deficit by $2 billion, as well as diminishing further devastating financial upheaval, and thereby ensured that New York State’s credit rating was never downgraded during his term.
CEO Clubs of America is excited to have Former Governor David Paterson as our Keynote Speaker for you today.
John Mattone: Lessons in Leadership, Talent and Culture
Subtitle: Learn from the World's #1 Authority on Leadership & Former Coach to Steve Jobs
Feature: 3 Best-Selling Books
Leadership, Talent and Culture are the foundation steps from which successful organizations are built - however, most struggle to create an environment in which employees can be fulfilled, very effective in their work, and really unleash their full potential. What exactly is it that makes some organizations achieve and sustain breakthrough success, while others struggle to reinvent and transform to meet ever-changing demands and challenges?
Based on years of research and advising CEOs and senior leadership teams from small and medium-sized as well as large companies, John Mattone argues that the highest performing organizations both embrace and execute 6 critical steps to achieving positive transformation, but transforming culture always begins with leaders who are both willing and able to "think big“ and be bold while maintaining a heavy dose of "humility".
In this dynamic workshop, John Mattone talks about the essence of what is meant by the "vulnerability decision" as well as the other critical steps that must be executed in order for your organization to effectively accelerate its own reinvention in terms of leadership, culture, talent and superior business results.
Michael J. Daugherty, is Founder, President, and CEO of LabMD,a cancer detection laboratory based in Atlanta, Georgia, as well as the author of the book The Devil Inside the Beltway. Because of his work, Mike has testified before the House of Representatives House Oversight Committee and regularly keynotes in front of healthcare, law, business and technology audiences educating them on what to expect when the Federal Government investigates you. He holds a BA in Economics from University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, regularly blogs at MichaelJDaugherty.com, is Senior Writer for CyberDefense Magazine, and sits on the board of Snoopwall, a privacy company based in Nashua, New Hampshire. He is also a pilot and resides in Atlanta, Georgia.
The Administrative State can be tedious and difficult to understand, and when deciphered is often considered intentionally void of due process and fair notice. Michael J. Daugherty, CEO of LabMD, will expose the powers and behaviors of the Federal Trade Commission via his riveting story about his going battle with the FTC. The FTC has finally placed their cards on the table. Their verdict: If you have data that is exposed or vulnerable, but not hacked or breached, and without a single victim, you are violating the FTC Act. Mike will illustrate how far the FTC will go when challenged. Now landing at the US Court of Appeals, this landmark case is destined for the Supreme Court and will impact organizations large and small.