Thursday, January 30th, 2020, 10-12 pm, doors open at 9:30 am
Location: TD Tower at 700 West Georgia Street. 29th floor
Limit: 50 Seats | SIGN UP FOR THE LIVE WEBINAR
CEO's, Owners and Executives - This one is for you!
A strong sales strategy is not enough to grow profits. Alignment issues within teams, individual leadership behaviours, and conflicting values can limit your profitability.
At this session, we will explore how to improve productivity, predictability, and reduce cycle time by focusing on your processes, management systems, and leadership development. You’ll leave with strategies to improve performance and acquire measurable financial results.
Three overarching takeaways will improve your company’s culture to get long term, sustainable results.
- Point out areas in all organizations where some degree of misalignment exists – so you know where to focus your efforts.
- Introduce a concept called the Management Performance System, which aligns expectations of all employees towards the company’s singular goal
- Provide frameworks and ideas that you can apply to your business to bring about greater alignment, leading to greater predictability and profitability.
9:30 AM Doors open with refreshments
10:00 AM Welcome and introductions – everyone in the room tells us their name and company, what they do
10:25 AM Performance & Cultural Alignment, with Andrew Rush. Vice President, Carpedia International Corp.
11:25 AM Break-out groups to practice applying tools from the presentation to your business
11: 55 Association News
Meet Andrew Rush, Vice President of Carpedia International Corp.
Andrew has a history of improving financial results through optimizing the collaboration of teams and developing more effective senior leaders; focusing on the culture and behaviours required to be successful. He has been a consultant and a leader in turnaround situations and led companies that were recognized as being one of Canada’s 50 Best Managed Privately Owned Companies.
For inquiries, please connect with Sandra Lee at Sandra@bcfb.ca.