What Visionary Leaders Need and Read
Patrick Spear, CEO (GMDC) — Skunk Works
In this report, Patrick Spear discusses the process and innovation that lead to GMDC’s “aha moment.” By the end of the day, Spear had coined another phrase that was to stick, Evolve and Thrive!, setting the tone for GMDC to reinvent itself for the 21st century—to remake itself from traditional and declining to innovative and rising.”
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Getting the Most From Your Board
Getting the most from your board is a critical success factor for every association CEO.
The areas outlined in this report are not just about making a real contribution to your board’s development but leveraging their leadership directly to the success of your association.
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Visionary Leadership Self-assessment
Through my work with visionary leaders, I’ve identified the core competencies of the most successful executives. Customized for the association space, this self-assessment may shed insight into how you lead.
Paul Bellantone — Visionary CEO
“Paul Bellantone, CAE, is already standing in the future of his organization. As a visionary CEO, he is an agent for change, always pushing beyond the confines of “executive” to cultivate an association that’s responsive to the current environment while being deeply attuned to that of the coming years.”
“By choosing to create a breakthrough in growth, you give your association and its members new life.
I can help you achieve greater mission impact, increase revenue, and grow membership through the strategies outlined in this brochure.”
Creating a Social Movement
“I am a firm believer in the people. If given the truth, they can be depended upon to meet any national crisis.
Susan K. Neely – Visionary CEO
I recently sat down with Susan Neely who began her tenure as president and CEO of the American Beverage Association (ABA)…
The Core of Association Strategy
Strategy makes it possible for your organization to escape the confines of your current position and take new ground.
What it Takes to Lead in 2018
The World is changing exponentially, however, the average human mind has difficulty processing exponential growth.
Driving Results 2018: Innovate or Lose Ground
Things are moving so fast that new options rise in the market with unprecedented speed.