About the Event



Influence at Work: New Rules to Reach and Persuade Those Who Matter Most

Our profession deals in the currency of influence, shaping the narratives that build the reputations of our organizations and the stories we tell ourselves about who we are. Influence is both our work and at work upon us. But the dynamics of influence are changing while the work we do reflects humanity’s unique ability to collaborate and coordinate our efforts for generations beyond our own.

This moment offers us the unique opportunity to reevaluate influence and redefine the rules for whether or not and how to apply this collective superpower in ways that enrich more lives, make us more human, and serve our stakeholders well for the long haul. Join your peers — powerfully influential in their own right — this spring in Brooklyn, New York where we’ll learn from one another in a highly interactive refresh of the Page Spring Seminar.

Registration Fee & Cancellation Policy

The registration fee breakdown is tiered based on your membership type and how you will be joining us. Register now to receive the early bird rate, indicated with bold text below. Italicized numbers reflect the rate increase after the early bird deadline passes on February 13.


  • Corporate, Agency, Executive Search: $2,700 | $2,900
  • Non-Profit, Government, Retiree: $1,600 $1,800
  • Educator: $1,100 | $1,300
  • Honoree: Complimentary
  • Guest: $2,800 $3,000
  • Spouse: $900
  • Dinner-Only: $525


  • Corporate, Agency, Executive Search, Future Leaders Experience Participant: $1,250
  • Non-Profit, Government, Retiree: $750
  • Educator: $500
  • Guest: $1,250
  • Honoree: Complimentary

Our policy is to refund 50% of the conference fee if canceled 31 days in advance of the scheduled start of the event. There will be no refunds, in whole or in part, for cancellations received within 30 days of the event (on or after Monday, March 14, 2023). Registration fees are non-transferable. Cancellation for COVID-related reasons will be eligible for full refunds. All other cancellations will follow our standard cancellation policy.

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COVID-19 Code of Conduct

Page has and will review and revise this policy based on the U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) and local jurisdiction guidance on COVID-19. Requirements will be updated accordingly.

As an attendee at the 2023 Page Spring Seminar, you will:

Provide proof that you are fully vaccinated by uploading proof of your vaccination during the registration process or emailing it to safety@page.org prior to April 13. “Fully vaccinated,” for purposes of this event will follow CDC guidelines. Currently, this means that you received your single-dose or completed the second dose of a two-dose series of the COVID-19 vaccine at least 14 days prior to April 13. Boosters are strongly recommended if it has been five months or more since you received your second dose in a two-dose series, such as Pfizer or Moderna. If you received a single-dose vaccination, such as with Johnson & Johnson, boosters are strongly recommended if it has been two months since you received your vaccine. Vaccines administered outside the United States may include AstraZeneca/SK Bioscience, Serum Institute of India/COVISHIELD and Vaxzevria, Sinopharm, or Sinovac. If your provider is not on this list, please email safety@page.org.

Agree that you will not attend if you feel ill, are symptomatic in any way, or have had any exposure to someone with COVID-19.

Agree that you will respect other participants and take all advisable precautions recommended by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), including, but not limited to, engaging in appropriate physical distancing, participating in the frequent washing of hands, avoiding risky environments and behaviors and choosing not to shake hands except by expressed mutual consent.

Acknowledge that, due to the circumstances created by COVID-19, there is a heightened degree of personal risk and responsibility associated with attendance. You will not hold Page or the New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge, their officers, directors, employees or agents accountable, whether directly or indirectly, should you or your family contract illness arising out of your voluntary participation in the event.

Page will be taking the following precautions to encourage the health and safety of all attendees:

  • All attendees and Page event staff are required to be fully vaccinated.
  • We will follow all CDC and local guidelines in effect at the time.
  • Page has asked the New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge to sanitize all event spaces, public areas, dining & bar locations and guest rooms.
  • In keeping with CDC guidelines, masks are encouraged but not required.

Please be advised that all meals will be held inside.

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Guest Policy

To provide the best experience to Page members, Page Up members and 2022-23 Future Leaders Experience participants, our Spring Seminar guest policy limits guests to prospective members of Page and Page Up and spouses/partners of members.

A Page or Page Up member may register one guest provided they are eligible for and interested in becoming a member of Page or Page Up. Please refer to the Page and Page Up member criteria to evaluate eligibility before registering a guest. Guest registration for prospective members is not final until eligibility is confirmed by Page.

Guests may attend only one Spring Seminar prior to becoming members. To attend a future Spring Seminar, the guest must join Page or Page Up.

For questions about this policy or membership criteria, please contact Director of Membership Marianna Frantzis.