Date(s) - Tuesday, September 13, 2016
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Radisson Hotel–Milwaukee West
Senior Managers’ Program
September 13, 2016
Keynote Speaker: Jack Altschuler
“Fully Alive Leadership”
Fully Alive Leadership© is about you getting more of what you want and less of what you don’t want. The key to success lies in igniting the A-Game of those who look to you for leadership and this presentation shows the way to do that.
We start by zeroing in on what is most important, the “THAT way” clarity. Attendees then learn the ten Fully Alive Leadership Practices. These are powerful tools attendees can put to work immediately and with enormous impact. Mastering them will draw out the best from others and will drive full engagement.
Everyone has obstacles – Stuff That Gets In Our Way. Fully Alive Leadership shows how we can eliminate them to open new possibilities for greater success.
Value to Members: Each attendee will leave with:
- The ten Fully Alive Leadership Practices that ignite A-Game performance
- Tools to eliminate Stuff That Gets In Our Way
- A focused action plan to create the success that attendees want
About Jack Altschuler:
Jack Altschuler has been a successful entrepreneur, industry leader and leadership speaker. He has 25 years of hands-on executive experience as CEO of the commercial and industrial water treatment company he founded. He is past-president of the Association of Water Technologies and led it as its membership quadrupled and became the recognized leading technical organization in the industry. For more than 10 years he was a Vistage Group Chairman, facilitating groups of high performing CEOs.
He is in-demand to present his keynote presentations and leadership workshops to executive teams, companies and associations. His focus is to create full engagement of leaders in order to drive full engagement of those who look to them for leadership, because that is what creates success. Jack holds a B.S. in economics from Miami University (OH) and is involved in several personal and philanthropic endeavors.