Professional Development Series - Extreme Ownership

Our next Professional Development Series event, “Leadership Principles with Extreme Ownership” with Alan Lindeman, will be held at 11:00am, before the Thursday, June 20, 2024, meeting. 

The Instructor
Alan Lindeman, Chief Operating Officer of Anavo Growth Partners, started his professional career in B2B Sales first with Honeywell and then with ADT Security Systems. With both companies he consistently exceeded his sales objectives while also developing an in-depth understanding of effective sales systems and processes. Then he moved into a management role with a large, privately mechanical contracting company where he played a key role in helping the company thrive through growth of sales, revenue, and profitability, as well as, expanding their geographic footprint successfully opening multiple new offices. Al’s responsibilities included leading the sales, operations, and administrative staff of his business units along with consistently achieving growth and profitability goals.

For the past ten years, Al has been working as a consultant, trainer, executive mentor helping companies in the areas of improving employee engagement, Business 2 Business development, change management, organizational culture, leadership development, and effective communication skills. Al’s passion for leadership and people development led him to develop the Responsible Leadership Model which is used extensively to help companies improve their culture, develop their people, improve cooperation and collaboration, and achieve higher levels of financial success including profitability.

The Course 
One of the keys to success in life is learning to accept full ownership for individual successes and failures in life. To this end, in this session, we will cover the leadership principles shared in the widely successful book “Extreme Ownership”, written by ex-Navy Seals Jocko Willink and Leif Babin. The lessons and principles they share clearly show the importance of accepting full responsibility while no longer playing the “blame game.” As we share these leadership principles, we will also discuss how and why these principles should be implemented in our lives. Join us for a fast-paced and upbeat discussion on Extreme Ownership!

REGISTER HERE BY June 13, 2024!