Letting Go to Drive Future Performance

Date/Time

Sep 12, 2018
07:30 AM until 09:00 AM

Description

Please join the Private Directors Association for a panel discussion on “Letting Go to Drive Future Performance.” Building a successful business takes remarkable discipline, commitment, perseverance and skills. Some business owners might confess that luck played a crucial role as well. There is no such thing as luck when it comes time to start letting go of certain responsibilities in the best interest of the organization. In fact, letting go may even be more difficult. At this meeting, three business owners/executives will share their experiences in transitioning from working “in” their business to working “on” their business: challenges, insights, and learning. This will be a highly interactive conversation with attendee questions to enrich the Program.  

 

 

Location

View map The Skyline Club
2000 Towne Center
Southfield, MI

Additional Information

Sponsor

Private Directors Association

Phone

248.760.8333

Contact name

Amber Dunn-Egerer

Contact email

amberdunn9@gmail.com

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