Exclusive Business Builder Session for DCAT Member Companies Only!
Members only: $49
Enhanced audiovisual system.
Chris Ulrich, President, CU in The Moment
Are you sending the right signals in your important meetings with suppliers, customers, colleagues, and management? Have you mastered the skill of nonverbal communication in both receiving and sending messages?
Join body language expert Chris Ulrich, frequent guest commentator on CNN and ABC's Good Morning America, who recently provided insight and analysis of the nonverbal communication of the candidates during the US Presidential campaigns and debates. This program is designed for senior to mid-level executives, and provides practical tools and insights to advance your global business relations.
Attendees should pre-register and pre-pay for DCAT Week programs and events before March 15, 2017 (5pm ET). Confirmations and receipts will be emailed to registrants when payment is received.
Member Badges: On or about Thursday, March 16, 2017, DCAT members will receive an email with an e-ticket attachment confirming all of their pre-registrations for DCAT Week. Attendees should print the e-ticket (or store it on their phone) and bring it with them to DCAT Week. The QR code on the ticket can be used to quickly print a member badge or to scan attendees into all of the programs and events they have pre-registered for throughout the week. A separate badge system will be used for non-member registrants.
Badge Pickup Locations during DCAT Week:
Walk-ins are welcome if space permits. All walk-ins must pay with a credit card or check. Walk-ins cannot be invoiced.
Chris Ulrich is a body language expert, political consultant, improvisational actor, and personal coach. He is the founder and President of CU in the Moment, a company with a multi-disciplined approach to educating clients about body language, personal confidence, and presentation skills.
Ulrich is a media consultant who can frequently be seen on Good Morning America, CNN, MSNBC, Headline News, and the Dr. Oz and Doctor Drew shows where he educates viewers about non-verbal communication issues. In addition to his work at CU in the Moment, Ulrich is also a senior instructor at the Body Language Institute. Ulrich trains executives, sales people, government staffers, lobbyists, and small business entrepreneurs to use the new body language to transform their executive presence. He also serves as a consultant to Edelman Public Relations as part of its creative content team, leading brainstorming sessions to encourage new ways of thinking for Edelman client accounts.
Prior to founding CU in the Moment, Ulrich worked closely with top level government officials for over 18 years. He specialized in streamlining, organizing, and prioritizing the type of information that is presented to government officials through the briefing process. He served as a Domestic Policy Advisor to Vice President Al Gore, Issue Director to Vice Presidential Candidate Joe Lieberman, Political Analyst at the Embassy of Japan, and as an effectiveness consultant for Energy Secretary Chu. He recently earned a certification in Movement Pattern Analysis from Columbia College of Chicago.
Marriott East Side (Stuyvesant Room)
525 Lexington Avenue at 49th Street
New York, New York 10017
Map & Directions
To cancel your program registration and receive a refund, you must call the DCAT office by March 15, 2017 (5pm ET) at +1-800-640-3228.
Refunds with receptions may be subject to a processing fee due to hotel guarantees.
The DCAT organization regrets that no refunds can be given after March 15, 2017 (5pm ET).
Registration payments made by credit card will be refunded within two to three business days from the date of cancellation.
Registration payments made by check will be refunded within 20 days of the program date.
Education program topics for DCAT Week are selected and developed by members of DCAT's Education Committee and other volunteer task forces of the organization. Speakers are selected based on their expertise and/or experience related to these topics, their ability to impart important information and concepts, and their willingness to do so without promoting specific business interests. By advance meetings with speakers, reviewing materials and slide presentations, DCAT volunteers make every effort to ensure that each program is a relevant, value-added experience for our members.