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Being a Leader During Economic Stagnation: 3 Jewels from the Late 1930s
Dr. Dan Miller
The Issue Then…
The American economy had gone into a free-fall decline by 1930. A modest recovery had been made in the mid-1930s. By the late 1930s, however, a second economic slide befell Americans.
The Issue Now…
We had a severe economic drop in 2007-2008. Since then, we’ve struggled to work our way back up. But it appears that any recovery is either so small as to be unnoticeable or a second decline has set in.
In Both Cases Leadership Made A Difference…
There are three remarkable examples of powerful leadership from the late 1930s. The first is Winston Churchill. His story is one of simply refusing to join in the verdict of failure, defeat, and decline. The second is Grumman Corporation, manufacturer of aircraft engines. The leadership of Grumman displayed adaptability and flexibility in linking their capacity with an emerging need. The third is A&P Stores. This grocery chain was unmatched in its ability to seize upon new methods and new opportunities for moving forward.
Each example can help you. Each story can inform your growth. Each experience can result in your followers benefiting from your evolution as a leader in a stagnant economy.
The workshop is Friday, October 21st from 10am to 1pm at the Conference Center of Fort Benjamin Harrison State Park in Indianapolis, Indiana. Cost is $250 and includes lunch. The method is one that I’ve pioneered successfully since 2004—highly interactive problem-solving in an historical setting, matched with real-world applications for today’s leadership challenges. Contact me at 317-407-3687 to register.
(Note: this is the 2nd offering of this workshop. It has been requested by popular demand)