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Transforming Leadership

Posted by Nicole Vierzba on Mon, Oct 17, 2011


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Executive Next Practices Forum





Connect with other C-suite executives in Southern California
at these two interactive sessions.


Transforming Leadership:
Effective Behaviors for a Turbulent Economy


Register Today!


November 2 – Irvine

November 3 – Los Angeles


Event Overview:
Leadership & EngagementWhat strategy should executives adopt when the competitive or economic situation changes so dramatically, affecting both growth and profitability? Leadership development methods must be re-examined and re-defined for a new economy and the next generation of leaders.
In this collaborative session, we will address the following topics:


  • Top 10 Leadership Behaviors for a new global economy that will transform and drive success in 2012

  • Transformational Coaching & Assessments: How you can enhance your leadership competencies and manage the spectrum of challenges facing leaders today.

  • Creating talent strategies that build business results.


Event Details – Orange County:
  Date: Wednesday, November 2
  Time: 7:30 – 9:30 a.m. (Breakfast will be served)
  Location: Experian Corporate Headquarters
475 Anton Blvd.
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
  Cost: $65 (on or before October 20)
$95 (thereafter)
  Visit: www.regonline.com/oc-november to register.
Event Details – Los Angeles:
  Date: Thursday, November 3
  Time: 7:30 – 9:30 a.m. (Breakfast will be served)
  Location: Pepperdine/Graziadio School of
Business & Management
6100 Center Drive,
Los Angeles, CA 90045
  Cost: $65 (on or before October 20)
$95 (thereafter)
  Visit: www.regonline.com/la-november to register.

Featured Thought Leaders:
Rob Reindl,
Chief Human Resources Officer
Edwards LifeSciences
Rob Reindt
Jim McComb,
SVP Strategic Planning
Bank of America
Jim McComb
Lewis Lubin,
Market Leader, Coaching
Right Management
Lewis Lubin

Adam Porter: Senior Director of Leadership, Right Management
Valerie Fleming: Chief Nursing Officer, Providence St. Joseph Medical Center
Scott Anderson: Senior Vice President of Training & Development, City National Bank
Curt Greyson: Vice President of Talent Development, Right Management
Mark Steiman: Chief Human Resources Officer, Kinecta Federal Credit Union


What is the Executive Next Practice Forum?
The Executive Next Practices Forum (ENP) is a unique mastermind group of C-level and Top Functional Leaders (HR, CMO, COO) who meet in a collaborative, non-solicitation environment to review the latest in leadership and business strategies. Our group follows a “next practices” development method to discarding the status quo in favor of more innovative, effective and relevant approaches. Attendance is restricted to qualified senior internal executives and their key advisors.


Scott Hamilton at 888-857-9722 or scott@allignteam.com with any questions or for further details.


Topics: development, human resources, Employers Group, leadership, management