• Posts Tagged ‘leadership’

    Meetings with Impact: How Leaders Create Strategic Conversations for Change

    by  • August 9, 2016 • 

    Tue 8/9 at 2 p.m. –  Standard meetings and brainstorming sessions don’t cut it in an era of shifting business models and increasing competitive pressures. They’re not conducive for dealing with messy, open-ended challenges or delivering the all-in participation required to wrestle with tough issues. In contrast, strategic conversations can turn time-sucking, energy-depleting meetings...

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    The Millennial Generation and the Future of Business

    by  • May 25, 2016 • 

    Whether we are ready for it or not, the future of business is here. It’s a future in which organizations must learn how to move faster, flatten their hierarchies, share more openly, and operate more digitally. And although many of these changes are a direct result of the Millennial generation shaking up today’s workplaces,...

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    Data Analytics and the CEO of Tomorrow: Through the CEO Lens

    by  • April 15, 2016 • 

    Leaders today have more decisions to make and less time to make them. Having an analytical mindset – the ability to understand, visualize, and communicate data – will be the most important leadership skill in the next decade. Leaders who understand the story data is telling can leverage that knowledge to make decisions with...

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    The Five Ws of Member Leadership Development

    by  • April 7, 2016 • 

    Is building a leadership development program for your members on your to do list? If so, join Carol Vernon, Certified Executive Coach, and Anne Marie Pascoe, American College of Radiology for an ASAE webinar:The Five Ws of Member Leadership Development. Brought to you by the Healthcare Community Committee, this webinar will provide an overview...

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