Developing Strategy to Achieve Results

Feb. 9, 2023

9 a.m. to 4 p.m. CT

"A problem well defined is half solved" is the starting point for this workshop.  Using tools such as the Problem-Solving Model, Strategic Planning, RASCI and Lean Thinking 
participants will come away with tools to add value to their organization or the group they lead.  Much of a person's success is leading others in a direction they hesitant to go.  This workshop will hone your skills and leading strategically so others will follow and support the organizational efforts.     

Outcomes:

  • Develop and communicate a compelling strategic plan. 
  • Practice effective decision making. 
  • Use complex problem-solving tools to add value.  
  • Create a high performing organizational culture. 
  • Make courageous conversations and emotional intelligence a part of company culture. 
  • Establish well communicated outcomes from every company meeting.  
  • Learn to improve personal performance and company performance two-seconds at a time.  
Instructor
Brett Horton

Brett Horton, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts
Johnson County Community College


Registration

This workshop is available as part of the six-part Leadership for STEM Professionals series, with lunch provided.

Register for the series