OACB is pleased to announce that the keynote address for the 2018 Spring Conference will be delivered by James Kane, a behavioral scientist and consultant specializing in the study of loyalty and relationships. His keynote address will open the OACB 2018 Spring Conference in the morning of Thursday, May 10.
Drawing on more than 40 years of research, Kane will make the case that human beings have an innate need to be loyal and actively seek out specific clues from others that tell them when they can and should be. In his presentation, he will explain how leaders at county boards of DD can understand and demonstrate these loyalty-building behaviors to develop lifelong relationships and generate lasting public support.
The author of two upcoming books, "The Loyalty Switch" and "Virtually Loyal," Kane has worked with many major industries. He has advised and trained organizations around the world ranging from Global 1000 giants to small, regional companies. Kane has taught at Harvard and Penn State University, and he is a frequent guest on CNN, CNBC, and Fox Business.
As one of the most quoted and profiled authorities on loyalty in the traditional mainstream media, Kane has been profiled in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Business Week, the BBC, and numerous other global and industry publications. Kane has shared keynoting duties at global events with Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton, Malcolm Gladwell, Jack Welch, Tom Peters, Thomas Friedman, Seth Godin, and Warren Buffet among other leading business, political, and thought leaders.
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