An exclusive presentation

Mastering the Business Presentation: Turning Big Data into Compelling Stories
Creating a powerful business presentation is a critical skill for business leaders.
This entertaining program will dramatically improve your abilities.

Tim Calkins, Clinical Professor of Marketing at Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management,
will share recommendations, discuss his new book,
How to Wash a Chicken - Mastering the Business Presentation
and answer your questions about presenting and public speaking.
He might also discuss 2019 Super Bowl ads!

The first 20 guests attending the event will receive a complimentary copy of How to Wash a Chicken signed by the author.


Tim Calkins helps people and organizations build strong brands. He is a marketing professor, author, speaker and consultant.

His primary base is Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management where he is Clinical Professor of Marketing and teaches courses including Marketing Strategy and Biomedical Marketing. He is also co-academic director of the Kellogg on Branding executive education program.

Tim has received numerous awards for his teaching. In 2018, he received the Top Professor Award from Germany’s Kellogg-WHU Executive MBA Program. He won the Lawrence G. Lavengood Outstanding Professor of the Year Award, the top teaching award at Kellogg, in 2013 and 2006, making him one of just five people in the award’s more than forty-year history to have won it twice. He also received the Sidney J. Levy Teaching Award, two Kellogg Faculty Impact Awards and the Kellogg Executive MBA Program’s Top Professor Award four times. Poets & Quants included him on its list “Favorite MBA Professors of 2016.”

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Over the years, he has written four books. His latest is How to Wash a Chicken – Mastering the Business Presentation (Page Two, 2018). He also wrote Defending Your Brand: How Smart Companies Use Defensive Strategy to Deal with Competitive Attacks (Palgrave Macmillan, 2012). Expert Marketer Magazine named Defending Your Brand the 2013 Marketing Book of the Year. Tim wrote Breakthrough Marketing Plans (Palgrave Macmillan, 2012 and 2008) and was co-editor of Kellogg on Branding (John Wiley & Sons, 2005).

Tim manages Building Strong Brands, a blog on brand strategy. Inc. included the blog on its list of “Six Blogs That Can Teach You More Than an MBA.”

He has published more than a dozen Kellogg case studies including Crestor, MedImmune: FluMist Introduction and Genzyme: the Synvisc-One Investment Decision. He has authored more than two dozen articles on marketing topics.

Tim is an expert on Super Bowl advertising. He created the Kellogg Super Bowl Advertising Review in 2005 and has led the event ever since. Over the past ten years, the program has generated more than five billion media impressions.

He has served as a judge for the Word of Mouth Marketing Association’s WOMMY Awards, the Native Creatives Awards and the EthicMark Awards.

In addition to teaching at Kellogg, Tim works with major corporations around the world on strategy and branding issues. His recent clients include Pfizer, PepsiCo, Eli Lilly and AbbVie. He is managing director of Class 5 Consulting, a marketing strategy firm.

Tim is frequently cited by the media. He has been quoted in publications including Business Week, The Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times. He has appeared on all of the major television networks.

He serves on the board of the Alliance Française de Chicago and completed two terms on the board of the Lycée Français, Chicago’s French-International School.

Tim began his career at the consulting firm Booz Allen and Hamilton, where he worked on strategy projects. He joined the marketing team at Kraft Foods in 1991. During his almost 11 years at Kraft, he led brands including Miracle Whip, Taco Bell, Parkay and DiGiorno. He was responsible for the launch of more than two dozen new products.

He received his BA from Yale and his MBA from Harvard.

Tim lives in Chicago with his wife and three children.


Date & TimeWednesday, March 13, 2019 at 6:30 pm

Location Rob and Cheryl McEwen Graduate Study & Research Building
Schulich School of Business
4700 Keele Street
Toronto

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Fee$20.00 Individual Ticket
HST included

Event Agenda6:30 pm - Registration and Networking

7:00 pm - Welcome Remarks and Presentation
Mastering the Business Presentation: Turning Big Data into Compelling Stories
Tim Calkins, Professor of Marketing, Author, Speaker, Consultant

Dress:Business


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