Fueling Extraordinary Growth through Culture
Emerging from a crisis. Turning around a failing organization. Proactively driving exponential growth. These are times when we are called upon to step-up our leadership. Clients tell me that during these times their employees look for more direction, more involvement – and more leadership. They say that employees feel disconnected from each other and not part of the bigger picture. They want to be more involved. Sometimes it seems the organization itself is in the way; cross-functional collaboration and organizational hierarchy are at odds with each other. Wouldn’t it be great if these could co-exist? Wouldn’t it be great if you could exceed your goals, grow your business and have happy, engaged employees?
The ACTIVE leadership model gives leaders a chance to grow their leadership and flex their “leadership muscle.” It can help leaders create a culture for successful growth. Through several case studies, Steve shares how he’s helped executives lead change and grow their organization in the face of increasing competition, advancing technology and a variety of other challenges. The results? You’ll learn how to accelerate change to fuel the growth of your firm and propel your personal leadership success.
* Learn personal leadership characteristics to develop organizational culture
* Learn how to build a leadership coalition to eliminate cross functional dysfunction
Presented by: Steve Salisbury
Steve Salisbury is passionate about working with executives to close the strategy-to-execution gap. For dozens of major clients, he evaluates interpersonal, organizational, and process elements to eliminate cross-functional dysfunction and builds teams to create a leadership culture to drive all types of change. While studies show that strategy execution continues to underperform, Steve has a remarkable 85 percent success rate.
Steve serves as the immediate past president of the Midwest Chapter of the Association of Change Management Professionals (ACMP). The purpose of ACMP Midwest is to develop change professionals who provide substantial value and expertise to the organizations they serve – through creativity, passion, and excellence.
Steve spent most of his adult life in southwestern Michigan and now lives with his wife in Chicago. His hobbies include Chicago history, architecture, wine, and family ancestry. He still owns the southwestern Michigan family vineyard his parents bought in the 1960s.
1 PDU aligned to the Talent Triangle Category “Leadership”
10 Digit Claim Code: C00268JPC9
Event Date/Times (All times are EST):
- Wednesday, June 16, 2021
- 6:00pm – 7:00pm: Main Program Presentation
- 7:00pm – 7:30pm: Virtual Open Networking
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About PMICIC Monthly Programs
PMICIC has regular monthly programs on the 3rd Wednesday of each month with the exception of November and December. Each program revolves around a central topic integral to successful project management. Topics include both Agile and traditional project management and address at least one of the three domains that make up the PMI Talent Triangle: Technical, Leadership, and Strategic & Business Management. Topics will be posted once we confirm the speaker.
In addition to the presentation, attendees enjoy the opportunity to interact with and network with all levels of Project Professionals from across Indy.
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