Leadership Now Seminar: Economic Stagnation, Your Leadership, and the Lessons of the late 1930s

I’m pleased to announce my third Leadership Now Seminar. The topic is timely, unfortunately. The title is Economic Stagnation, Your Leadership, and the Lessons of the Late 1930s.

I’m inviting you to explore the fascinating and highly useful leadership stories of Winston Churchill, A&P Grocery Stores, and Grumman Corporation in the late 1930s. Theirs was a time of economic decline–the 2nd dip in a severe economic free-fall. They persevered in their respective circumstances, using inspiration, creativity, adaptability, innovation, and hard-core decision-making to lift their followers up from the economic and social quagmire around them.

Three stories. Three sets of learning. Three rivers that you can use again in 2011 and beyond.

Cost is the same as before–$250 per person, lunch included, from 10am to 1pm on August 29, 2011. Location is the Conference Center at Fort Harrison in Indianapolis, Indiana. The session is built for a small group. They’ll be lots of hands-on learning, interaction, and frankly, growth in leadership. Contact me to register.