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Essential Recession Recovery Tips for your Business from Ken Blanchard: Free WebEx Event

- April 11, 2011 - 0 Comments

On April 20, Ken Blanchard, founder of the Ken Blanchard Companies will host a free WebEx called, “Healing the Wounded Organization,” aimed at helping companies recover from the last few years of cut-backs, realignments and more.

Reserve your spot today.

If your organization is like most, you’ve been through a lot the last two years. Layoffs mean friends were let go, teams reshaped, and everyone is doing more with less. Your organization has weathered the storm, but not without its share of cuts and bruises—especially to the human side of the organization.

A successful business is about more than operations.

During this WebEx, best-selling business author Ken Blanchard shares three key strategies for returning your organization to full health. You’ll learn how to:

  • Create a compelling picture of the future
  • Re-establish trust that may have been strained during hard times
  • Get everyone aligned and moving in the same direction

A high performance company optimizes all aspects of the business.

The best companies (and the best leaders) create their own high performance work environments—in good times and bad. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from one of the world’s best loved business authors and leadership experts on how to reenergize and inspire your people to higher levels of performance.

Ken will share specific strategies for senior leaders, supervisory managers, and frontline employees so everyone can see how they can play a part in moving the organization forward.

Details: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 | 9am PT | 12pm ET | Register Now!

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