ETW to Hold Quarterly Forum for Leaders November 16th in Downtown Chandler

Execute to Win

This forum will give leaders the opportunity to take a good look at their current strategies and understand where their execution plans can be improved.

Execute to Win (ETW) is pleased to announce the next in a series of quarterly forums designed to share experiences and best practices regarding business optimization and preparedness amongst the Phoenix valley’s top C-level executives.

The November Forum for Leaders will be held at the Downtown Chandler First Credit Union Building and will focus on refining strategic and execution planning. Attendees will have the opportunity to work together to evaluate results, what is measured in their organizations, and how those measurements align to goals and plans in the bigger picture of the organization.

CEO Lee Benson will lead the discussion in further depth while providing attendees with examples and proven best practices Benson developed as he grew a three person company into a world class 500+ employee aerospace company called Able Engineering & Component Services, Inc.

“As the end of the year fast approaches, this forum will give leaders the opportunity to take a good look at their current strategies and understand where their execution plans can be improved.” Benson continues, “This is a great opportunity to brainstorm with other like-minded professionals and middle-managers in the valley.”

Attendees of the forum will have the opportunity to network with other local executives, and learn how to evaluate and adjust their current strategic plans.

Event Details:

Schedule:

3:30 PM – 4:00 PM Registration/Refreshments

4:00 PM – 6:00 PM Workshop and Forum

Location:

Downtown Chandler First Credit Union Bldg.

25 S. Arizona Place, Chandler, AZ 85225

*2nd floor, across the hall from Chandler Chamber of Commerce Suite 210*

Attire:

Business Casual

RSVP:

Please respond to celeste.suarez(at)etw(dot)com including name, company and title to reserve a seat or register here.

About The Speaker:

Lee Benson started his journey into driving operational excellence in 1993. He grew a 3 employee company into a world class 500+ employee aerospace company called Able Engineering & Component Services Inc. (Able), which had an unprecedented annual…

Read the full article from the Source…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *