2017 Learning Leadership Summit

Developing business acumen was a recurring topic at last year’s Summit, “Ask the CLO.” We heard the message loud and clear, and we are excited to announce that business acumen will be the focus of this year’s session.

John McVea, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship at the University of St. Thomas, will present — and we couldn’t be more thrilled! John will introduce us to strategic problem solving techniques that are focused on generating original primary data and new creative business solutions. In addition, participants will learn how to structure strategic business proposals that demand action.

You won’t want to miss this interactive session that will help you earn a seat at the table, increase your consulting skills, and interact with your business leaders more effectively. Register and join more than 100 of the top learning leaders in the Twin Cities!

Contact us if you are interested!
Note: Attendees must hold a leadership position in a public or private learning organization.

About our speaker: John McVea, Ph.D.

John specializes in strategic thinking, innovation and entrepreneurial strategy, managerial decision-making, and business ethics. A native of Ireland, John has worked extensively in Europe and the Americas. After completing his MBA, he spent several years at Bain & Co., where he did strategic advising for several Fortune 500 companies. He taught business ethics and developed a new entrepreneurship course at the University of Virginia. He also earned an MBA and a Ph.D. in Management from the Darden School at the University of Virginia, where he was awarded the Shermet Scholarship for academic excellence.

What is the Learning Leadership Summit?
The Learning Leadership Summit is the annual premier gathering of leadership-level learning professionals in the Twin Cities. Check out pictures from last year’s Summit, “Ask the CLO.”

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