Legacy Business Cultures is excited to be exhibiting at this year’s ASTD ICE in Denver, Colorado! The international conference and exhibition will take place from May 6th to the 9th, 2012 and will welcome thousands of the best minds in the training and development industry!

ASTD (American Society for Training and Development) is the world’s largest organization dedicated to learning and performance in the workplace. ASTD has more than 128 U.S. chapters as well as members from over 100 different countries.

On Monday, May 7th, Legacy will start out by hosting their first tweetup with Red Feather Networking from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM, at a yet to be announced top secret location! Click here to register.

“We are very much looking forward to our first tweetup and learning how to meet fellow professionals in our field through this new and rapid expanse of social media in the business world,” says Legacy’s managing partner Paul Meshanko.

Later that day, Legacy will be hosting VIP-only sessions at various times throughout the day with their partners, the Cleveland Clinic, AT&T, Starbucks, and Ferrazzi Greenlight.

On Tuesday, May 8th, from 1:45 PM to 3:00 PM Legacy will be presenting their Rock Your Culture With Respect session co-presented with Jim Knight from the Hard Rock Café.

Come stop by booth, #819 to take a survey to determine how heavy your emotional backpack is and receive the hottest giveaway at the show: your mini emotional backpack!

“The weight of your emotional backpack is based on the amount of positive and negative interactions you have throughout the day,” Meshanko explains, “Discovering how light or heavy yours is can be very important when it comes to stress and mental health.”

And don’t forget that Meshanko’s book, The Respect Effect, will be released at the show with book signings and our special show-only pricing at our booth!

“Respect is an extremely important asset in any workplace and I am thrilled to be able to share my knowledge and research through this book with so many fellow training and development professionals at ASTD,” Meshanko says.