Be here with us for an intimate information and networking session in Sydney on April 26!
Meet Peter J. O’Neil, FASAE, CAE, Global Board Member and Trustee of PCMA, and CEO of ASIS International, to hear his story on how he tackles current business imperatives and uncertainties as he continues to grow ASIS International.
- Insights from his firsthand experience addressing key business issues with innovative solutions;
- Delve into business imperatives such as new technology, revolutionary ideas, sustainability initiatives, inclusivity, and more;
- Hear from your peers on their experiences in dealing with similar challenges.
Campfire Chat Details
Date: Wednesday, April 26, 2023
Time: 4:00pm – 6:00pm Sydney Time
Venue: Sydney, Australia (Actual venue will be sent via email)
Limited spots available – priority will be given to PCMA Members. A confirmation email with event specifics will be sent to confirm registrations nearer to the event date.
Click here to register your interest now for this session of networking and learning from a leader with extensive experience in professional organizations on business transformation and strategic planning.
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About Peter J. O’Neil, FASAE, CAE
Peter is a highly regarded leader in the global association community, and currently the CEO of ASIS International.
He is a passionate advocate for inclusivity and renowned for his experience in transforming organizations and creating inclusive cultures. With a track record of building strong, transparent organizations that connect people and create opportunities, he has earned numerous accolades, including the ASAE CAE certification, ASAE Fellow, and ASAE Key Award winner. He has also held various leadership positions within the ASAE and US Chamber of Commerce.
As a strong advocate for diversity, equity, and inclusion, O’Neil has served as a mentor and facilitator for ASAE DELP since 2006. His strengths include business development, executive leadership, strategic planning, organization transformation and growth, and culture development, among others. Find out more about O’Neil on his LinkedIn profile here.