This course will teach participants how to begin by creating a purpose of the meeting. Identify the process to concentrate your efforts, activity and resources on those few factors that will help you gain and sustain competitive advantage in the marketplace. The facilitation processes are designed to drive the concepts from awareness to constructive behavior.
Why you should Attend
- Work together in doing your best at strategic thinking and implementation, learning from what you’re doing to enhance what you’re doing the next time around.
- Understand that it’s a series of small moves that together keep the organization doing things right as it heads in the right direction.
Areas Covered in the Session
- Select at least one person who ultimately has authority to make strategic decisions, for example, to select which goals will be achieved and how.
- Ensure that as many stakeholders as possible are involved in the planning process.
- Involve at least those who are responsible for composing and implementing the plan.
Who Will Benefit
- Leaders from most job functions will find this program beneficial, including technology
- HR Professionals
- professional Associations
- non-profit Organizations
- General Management
- Operations and business Development
Debra W. Gould, M.S., is a management consultant, business motivational speaker, workshop training, executive coaching, facilitating, and author. Debra is providing management consulting and training services to commercial and government clients.
Debra received her M.S. degree in Management from Florida Institute of Technology. A graduate of the Tuck WBENC Executive Education Program at Dartmouth by IBM, SBA e-200 Business Management and Growth, 2010 and SBA Small Business Executive Education Program (SBEEP), University of Texas El Paso.