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Executive Leadership Workshops

Join fellow presidents, CEO’s, and their dialog partners for an executive workshop on critical thinking. We will use the issues the group is facing as context to supply principles of executive leadership that can help improve the performance of your executive team. You will come away with one to three ways you can apply what you learn in your organization and see performance improve.

Our moderated briefings will provide a safe venue for discussing practical approaches to the unique challenges of executive leadership. 

Green Bay Campus

EXECUTIVE WASTE: ARE YOUR TEAMS WORKING ON THE RIGHT THINGS? 
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2018 • 7:30-10:00am
(Register by September 26)

Being on the same page is the key to success. You may have communicated your business goals, but do individuals know what they need to deliver? Team members can flawlessly complete a project, but if the selected work does not contribute to business outcomes it is executive waste. Using your questions, this workshop will help leaders identify the waste that comes from selecting the wrong things to work on and provide models for minimizing this waste to improve profitability.
 

LEADING LEADERS - ARE YOUR LEADERS ATTRACTING AND RETAINING THE RIGHT TALENT?
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2018 • 7:30-10:00am

(Register by October 31)

From the top leader to each individual contributor, is your leadership attracting and retaining the right talent? Do you have the high performance work team to take your business to the next level? Does everyone know the
answer to: “what are your top five to seven priorities?”

TO REGISTER FOR THE GREEN BAY WORKSHOP(S):
Contact: Judy Price 920.498.7110 | Judith.price@nwtc.edu
 


North Coast Marine & Advanced Manufacturing Training Center (Marinette)

CRITICAL THINKING
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2018 • 8:30-11:00am

Does your leadership know how to fight fair? When conflict occurs do your executives work through issues or work over and around people? How does your team apply critical thinking to resolve business issues? Conflict is part of any interaction between people. Conflict is where there is more than one interpretation of a single set of circumstances. Different perspectives arise from biases introduced by the different experiences, backgrounds, upbringings and capabilities of individuals. We all view things from a unique perspective. The role of critical thinking in business is to reduce bias and make better business decisions. You will learn the ground rules for managing conflict and conduct a critical discussion of business issues. We will go through how executives can have difficult conversations using a critical approach that honors the individuals without discounting the issues.

TO REGISTER FOR THE MARINETTE WORKSHOP:
Call the North Coast Marine & Advanced Manufacturing Training Center | 715-504-2006
or email: Brian Lancour | brian.lancour@nwtc.edu

This workshop is presented by Differentiating Strategies

NWTC partners with Differentiating Strategies in helping clients build high performing executive teams. We believe that the success or failure of organizations is a result of executive leadership and access to resources. We work with senior executives and their leadership teams to improve the executive team behaviors that result in better decisions, higher engagement, new ideas through managed conflict, greater initiative through role clarity, and higher performance through greater strategic efficiency and decreased strategic waste.
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