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Resilient Leadership in the face of constant change!
To create a resilient organization in today’s environment, leaders must be the Resilient Model of what they wish to see, and resilient leadership requires the courage to challenge, commit and contribute in ways that transcend today’s norms.
BOB MCDONALD, President and Chief Executive Officer of Procter & Gamble.
Gain insights from Bob, who has nearly 30 years of brand building, market development, global business unit & operations leadership experience across P&G and throughout the world. A graduate of West Point and Captain in the U.S. Army, Bob joined P&G in 1980. Bob worked on prominent brands such as Dawn, Cascade and Tide and led businesses in the Philippines, Japan and Korea. Bob received the inaugural Leadership Excellence Award from the U.S. Naval Academy & Harvard Business Review, serves on the Board of Directors of Xerox Corp., is Chairman of the Board for GS1, an international supply chain standards organization, advises Duke University, Northwestern University, University of Utah, St. Petersburg State University in Russia, and is Special Goodwill Envoy of Hyogo Prefecture, Japan. Bob is also Vice Chair of the U.S.-China Business Council, member of the U.S. Advisory Committee for Trade Policy & Negotiations (ACTPN) & Singapore’s International Advisory Council of the Economic Development Board.
National Speaker and Author
Join award-winning author, Eileen McDargh, to explore the key of leading organizations in turbulent times is radical resiliency. It is not about happy faces on mirrors and mantras on coffee mugs. It is not about hanging on while holding back. It’s about times when you feel someone ate your cheese, drained the swamp, and went from great to less-than-good. Resilient leadership requires the courage to challenge, commit, and contribute in ways that positively influence yourself, your stakeholders and your organization. She explores the influence of connectivity and energy with four critical resiliency traits that are found in superior change masters. To create a resilient organization, today’s leaders must BE the model of what they wish to see. Eileen is noted for her provocative, hilarious and always insightful presentations with hundreds of clients ranging from American Airlines to Xerox. Executive Excellence magazine continually ranks her as one of the top 100 thought leaders in leadership & among the top 10 consultants on leadership development. She authored the first book on work/life balance, Work for a Living & Still Be Free to Live. Additional books include The Resilient Spirit, Talk Ain’t Cheap … It’s Priceless – Connecting in a Disconnected World, and her newest book, Gifts from the Mountain: Simple Truths for Life’s Complexities, which won the Benjamin Franklin Gold Award in 2008.
3:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Registration / Networking
3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. Event Presentations
5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Reception / Networking
$60.00 per person
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Who should attend
Emerging leaders and executives
Members and non-members
Men and women
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