Jan
07

Leading in the Midst of Change

by  Mike Henry  |  Leadership Development

Change is given.  The rate of change varies but change is always happening.  What can you do to expand your leadership impact in the midst of a constantly changing environment?  How can you keep your head and make a positive difference when chaos reigns and people are defensive and fearful?

Join us in Tulsa at the TCC Center for Creativity January 26, 2012 from 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM for a breakfast and discussion on this very topic.  We’ve got 4 impressive panelists, but the discussion will be open for all.  Cost is $15 and includes a continental breakfast and an energizing dialog on Leading in the Midst of Change.

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Our Panelists:

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Marquetta Finley

CEO / President of the Metropolitan Tulsa Urban League

Marquetta Finley

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Jean Kelley

Industrial Sociologist and Principal of the Jean Kelley Leadership Alliance

Jean Kelley

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Bob Schooley

Director of Employee and Leadership Development at Cherokee Nation Businesses

Bob Schooley

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Mark Sherwood

Certified Personal Trainer, President and Founder of 4E Fitness

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This isn’t a “sit-and-listen” event.  The panelists will participate in a dialogue with you about the challenges of leading in the midst of change and how to have a positive impact in uncertain times. You choose your level of involvement!

Don’t miss this chance to meet and share ideas with other leaders and leadership developers from the Tulsa area.  Join the conversation, share your thoughts and make a difference!

Cost: $15.00 Continental breakfast, juice and coffee will be provided.

Space is limited!

Register Now!

 

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About The Author

Articles By mike-henry
Chief Instigator (Founder) of Lead Change Group and VP of IT for a mid sized technology company. Passionate about character-based leadership and making a positive difference.  »  View Profile

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