All organizations, groups, and individuals will fail at some time during their history. Maybe not total failure, but certainly a deviation from goals. The business environment has become more and more turbulent, uncertain, and with major disruptions. Pressure on individuals and organizations to NOT fail is enormous, but how can we grow if the fear of failure inhibits our efforts to try? Successful organisations employ strategies to recognize the signals that quietly shout a problem is looming, and act upon them.
Topic: Failing Forward – Leadership in Difficult Times
Date: Wednesday 18 July
Time: 7.00am – 9.00am
Venue: Pullman Adelaide (formerly Crowne Plaza Adelaide) Hindmarsh Square, Adelaide, SA
Table of 8 $560
0730 Speaker introduction and presentation
0800 Questions to speaker
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About the speaker: Dr Michael Shaner PhD
Dr Michael Shaner is a Professor of Management in the Saint Louis University School of Business and Administration. He received the 2013 “Best Management Professor” award from the World Education Council in Mumbai, India.
Dr Shaner has developed and delivered executive MBA courses at the University of Glasgow Business School, Leeuwarden Business School in the Netherlands, Adelaide University, The University of South Australia in Singapore, and Hong Kong, Helsinki School of Economics, and both European and Asian Summer Schools for Advanced Management teaching “Failing Forward: Leadership in Difficult Times
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