Mission Possible: Creating a World-Class Organization While Thereís Still Time
Date & Time
Tuesday, June 3
Registration starts at 12:30 p.m.
Case Western Reserve University
A detailed map will be mailed to each registrant before the seminar
Non-library staff from member's organizations
Sponsored by CAMLS and Case Western Reserve University Libraries. This Satellite seminar was developed by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and Quality Learning Services. CAMLS would like to thank Ray E. Metz for making all the arrangements at CWRU.
Learn to make the seemingly impossible infinitely "do-able." In this satellite seminar, Ken Blanchard, author of The One Minute Manager, will show you how to master constant change to stay competitive while creating and preparing for the future. In The One Minute Manager, Dr. Blanchard and his co-author Spencer Johnson suggest that bosses catch their people doing something right. That, and other radical ideas for gentle, direct and incredibly effective management and leadership altered businesses--and lives--forever. Now Dr. Blanchardís new mission is to not only make yourself and your business thrive in an era of rapid change, but to become a world-class organizsation.
Dr. Ken Blanchard
is Chair of Blanchard Training and Development, Inc., a leading management training firm based in San Diego. He is an internationally known author, educator and consultant. His One Minute Manager library has sold more than twelve million copies. Dr. Blanchard is co-author, with Terry Waghorn, of the recently published Mission Possible: Becoming a World-Class Organization While Thereís Still Time. He has been honored with the highest speaking awards by the National Speakerís Association and Toastmasters International and was named to the Human Resources Development Hall of Fame.
Library drectors, managers, leaders and corporate executives.
In his unique style, Dr. Blanchard will teach you:
The five characteristics of effective organizations
The importance of managing the present while preparing for the future
The need to have empowered employees on empowered teams