Wednesday, August 28 l 8:00 AM – 11:30 AM

Grand Canyon 1-2

Wednesday, August 28, 2024
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

This is the ultimate in learning from your peers as we examine ways in which leadership development can often be stunted or prevented. Each participant will provide a brief glimpse of their experiences with leadership development as Lisa Risser organizes these comments to build upon throughout the morning.

During this time, you’ll hear from your peers about what they want to discover during the Forum as well as discover areas in which they feel can be improved regarding leadership development within their organization.

Learning Objectives

1. Discuss best practices for leadership development.

2. Discover new approaches to issues that have been successful at other organizations.

3. Identify ways you can assist others with their challenges.

4. Review challenges impacting your organization.

9:15 AM - 10:15 AM

Despite best efforts to develop leadership skills both personally and professionally, we are often met with roadblocks causing a standstill in progress. Leadership development can happen both internally and externally, with all sorts of potential obstacles preventing this development from happening.

Hear from your peers regarding strategies for fostering leaders and methods of implementing these leaders into your organization without compromising any operational efficiency.

Learning Objectives

1. Compare with peers to determine the most effective methods of implementing leadership development.

2. List ways that leadership development can be obstructed.

3. Identify strong leadership with your organization.

4. Formulate proactive strategies for ensuring ample leadership development.

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Partnerships do not have to be solely between suppliers and providers. There is potential for partnerships within your organization and outside of your organization, with product related and non-product related relationships. It is critical to the success of your organization and you personally to develop partnerships that work best for you and allow for a mutual benefit for both parties involved.

Join Lisa as she breaks down what effective partnerships look like and strategies for implementing these partnerships within your own organization.

Learning Objectives

1. Assemble a list of the most critical characteristics in an effective partnership.

2. Compare your definition of a successful and beneficial partnership with your peers.

3. Detect areas of weakness in your own partnerships and how these areas can be bolstered.

4. Identify strategies for achieving more effective partnerships organization wide.