MLC 2017 Executive Leadership Workshop
Think Strategically – Act Decisively: Diving Deep*
An Executive Leadership Workshop
Nick Tasler, Minneapolis, MN
Monday, May 1, 2017; 1:30 – 4:30 pm
Your team is capable of accomplishing anything you want this year. But it's not capable of accomplishing everything you want this year. In this highly interactive hands-on workshop, you will discover how to unlock your team's true potential by applying the revolutionary Think Strategically & Act Decisively system. With Nick Tasler's guidance and intuitive frameworks, you will make real decisions about where your team is going, and where you are not going; about how you're going to get there, and how you're not going to get there. You'll decide which great ideas, big plans, key initiatives, and strategic objectives you are going to sacrifice on the altar of your future success. You'll become the strategic and decisive leader you were meant to be.
- Bridge the gap between strategy and execution
- Use a Sprint and Waitlist to align your team quicker and get results faster
- Uncover and eliminate low priority projects
- Focus on a single shared direction by discovering what makes your team uniquely valuable to your organization
- Ensure daily progress by learning how to regain control of your schedule
*Note: Participation in this workshop requires separate registration and fee payment.
CE/CME Credits: Counselor, Nurse, Physician, Social Worker
Nick Tasler is the internationally acclaimed author of three books including his latest #1 best-seller,Domino: The Simplest Way to Inspire Change. Nick’s dynamic speaking, sound research, and original insights have benefited the world’s most respected organizations ranging from General Electric, Microsoft, and Wells Fargo to the Royal Bank of Canada, UnitedHealth Group, and the American Cancer Society and many more.
Nick’s books have been published in multiple foreign languages and are currently sold in more than 30 countries. In addition to his consulting and speaking, Nick writes columns for the Harvard Business Review, Bloomberg Business Week, and Psychology Today. He has been a frequent guest lecturer at the Wharton School, and his work has been covered by leading media outlets including US News & World Report, Forbes, and Fox Business as well as NBC-TV, ABC-TV, CBS-TV, NPR, BBC Radio and Irish Talk Radio.