David Lapin Opens ASCE Civil Engineering Conference 2012

Top Quote David Lapin, the influential business leader and author, opened the 142nd Annual Civil Engineering Conference (ASCE) in Montreal Canada with a keynote speech examining challenges facing civil engineers. End Quote
  • Charlottesville, VA (1888PressRelease) November 24, 2012 - David Lapin, the author of the influential business book Lead by Greatness, delivered the opening keynote address at this year's ASCE which took place on Thursday October 18 in Montreal Canada.

    In his keynote address David Lapin aimed to help delegates from the American Society of Civil Engineers to identify current strategic opportunities and operational challenges facing them and, at the same time, understand and unravel the complex dynamics of the human interactions involved in meeting these business challenges.

    Lapin shared some of his extensive and unique experience developed through working alongside some of South Africa's greatest business leaders who, together with Nelson Mandela and his government, transformed the country from apartheid to a vibrant new democratic economy.

    He also demonstrated to delegates his unique ability to understand and unravel the complex dynamics of the human spirit in an international business setting combined with his uncompromising position on growing revenue and maximizing profit.

    The opening keynote address at this year's ASCE heralded a series of events and seminars under an overall program entitled 'Civil Engineering in the New Global Economy', designed to help civil engineers examine the changes in the profession brought about by the integrated global marketplace.

    ASCE 2012 was the 142nd annual conference organised by the American Society of Civil Engineers. The ASCE 2013 event will be held in Charlotte NC from October 10-12. More information on future events is available from http://www.asce.org/ and information about David Lapin is available at http://www.davidlapin.net.

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