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Chris Stricklin Hosts Leadership Webinar on Combat-Proven Keys to Successful Change Management Dec. 14, 2017
December 14, 2017 at 1:30 pm - 2:45 pm EST
Retired Air Force colonel and award-winning leadership author Chris “Elroy” Stricklin will host a webinar on Thursday, December 14, 2017, 1:30-2:45 pm ET on “6 Combat-Proven Keys to Driving Successful Change Management.”
If you’re like most teams, your individual contributors are performing great – but is this transferring over to organizational performance? Join Chris “Elroy” Stricklin and learn to step out of your leadership comfort zone and positively impact change management in your organization.
You will learn:
— How to lead your team with a mindset for success.
— The value of loyalty throughout all levels.
— Why beginning with the end in mind bestows confidence from the get-go.
Register at Afterburner. There is no cost to attend.
Chris says, “As we enter the holiday season, it is critical to both maintain momentum toward success and use the time to grow individually and organizationally. Please encourage your team to join this motivational and actionable discussion. I am excited about the content as it is the result of multiple military commands throughout my career.”
A retired fighter pilot, Chris is a highly sought after motivational keynote speaker, and combat-proven senior military leader retiring after 23 years of service, which culminated with CEO-level leadership of a 7,000-person strong, $7B worldwide organization. During this time, he was responsible for 11,383 personnel, $323M payroll, $160M contracts, creation of 1,891 jobs, and local economic impact of $566M. During his military service, he served tours in Iraq, Afghanistan, Iceland, Turkey, and many other locations around the world. His unique career includes time with the Air Force Thunderbirds, DARPA, the White House, and the Pentagon.
Chris is an associate partner at Afterburner, Inc., where he mentors corporations around the world how to build elite teams and improve individual, organizational, and team performance using the same techniques used in the high-stakes environment of combat.
He is also CEO and founder of The Thunderbird Way, a consulting firm where he discusses details of his Thunderbird aircraft ejection to help understand the importance of teamwork, attention to detail, family and friends.