Mishlove to speak at the March luncheon of the Southern Nevada Chapter of CAI
Las Vegas, NV, January 27, 2015 – Catapult Groups is excited to announce that Founder and CEO, Brad Mishlove, has been invited to speak at the March 2015 luncheon of the Nevada Chapter of the Community Associations Institute (CAI).
Mr. Mishlove’s presentation, “How to Deal with Difficult People” will offer effective solutions to calmly and professionally interact with difficult people – from understanding the real issue to flawlessly asking the right questions. According to Mishlove, “Whether you’re a Community Manager or a member of an association board, everyone has to deal with difficult people. My presentation will help you think on your feet when you’re faced with a challenging situation.”
Headquartered in Falls Church, Virginia, CAI is the international center for community association information, best practices, education and advocacy. The CAI luncheon will be held on Tuesday, March 10th at 11:30am at the Gold Coast Hotel & Casino. For more information, visit www.cai-nevada.org or call 702-648-8408.
Brad Mishlove is a graduate of the USC Marshall School of Business and is a fourth generation entrepreneur. Having managed his own entities, including multi-million dollar concrete, landscape, and trucking firms, Mishlove formed Catapult Groups in 2011 to provide leadership training and business coaching to CEOs in a confidential and collaborative environment.
Catapult Groups provides CEO Coaching and Peer Advisory Groups for CEOs, company Presidents, Business Owners, and Managing Partners. Our peer-to-peer groups meet once a month in groups of 12-14 members, each of from non-competing industries, to work on growth strategies, operational challenges, and results-oriented processes. Catapult Groups is led by CEO Brad Mishlove and President Paul Robinson and has active groups in Las Vegas, NV, Phoenix, AZ, and Palo Alto, CA.