Leadership Lessons from the Penn State Scandal
Join us for some insightful perspective on the critical topics of organizational culture and leadership!
"Amidst the frustration, anger & confusion following the tragic events at Penn State, it is easy to fall into the trap of finding blame without finding any real lessons for ourselves. We can be quick to judge and slow to learn.
This is not to say that the observations and judgments are inappropriate. The majority of the discourse is focused on the failures of leadership at Penn State, why it happened, who was involved, and how severely they should be punished. And rightly so.
But for everyone not directly involved in the proceedings, there is another conversation that should take place: What can we learn from Penn State to improve our organizations, our leaders, & ourselves?"
Copyright Focus 3 "10 Leadership Lessons from the Penn State Scandal" http://www.focus3organizationalculture.com 2012
Presenter Bio: Tim Kight, Founder & CEO, Focus 3
Companies across the United States are recognizing speaker Tim Kight as a powerful voice on the performance of people and organizations. With a contagious energy, Tim provides insight into the "physics of performance."
Tim's ability to connect with and inspire individuals, teams, and leaders has yielded exceptional reviews from organizations throughout the country. A dynamic speaker, Tim combines a unique background of research and practical experience to bring compelling insights to the real-world challenges of leading, managing, and winning in today's competitive marketplace.
After briefly attending The Ohio State University, Tim Kight received his undergraduate degree from UCLA and graduate degree from Princeton. He has 25+ years of experience consulting in healthcare, banking, professional services, manufacturing, and athletics. He now lives in Columbus, Ohio.
Date: Wednesday, September 19
Time: 5:30 check in, dinner & networkng
6:00 - 7:30 p.m. - Program
Location: Franklin University Phillips Hall Room 121
Price: CCODN Members - $15 thru Sept. 17
CCODN Non-member - $30 thru Sept. 17
Walk-ins/At the door - $35 (members/guests)
First Time Guests - Free - must contact
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prior to registering & must register online by
the advance registration date of Sept. 17