Viewing 0 current events matching “executive training” by Date.

Sort By: Date Event Name, Location , Default
No events were found.

Viewing 1 past event matching “executive training” by Date.

Sort By: Date Event Name, Location , Default
Apr 28, 2020
COVID SURVIVAL: Leadership Out Loud - Communicating in Times of Large-Scale Change

As we continue to move through this crisis, company leaders are forced to make quick, large-scale changes not only to the work envirnomnent but changes to products, services and sometimes target markets. Given that the majority of the workforce is now remote, these sweaping changes can leave employees confused and therefore decrease productivity.

Join us on Tuesday, April 28th at 12:00 noon when TiE Charter Member, Dave Underhill shares what great leaders are doing to keep their employees engaged, motivated and moving in unity. Plaese come prepared with questions and items to share as this will be a interactive meeting of mind-share.

FOCUS OF THE SESSION — Understand how to change impacts our thinking and actions — Identify strategies to boost the impact of your communication — Plan for a real-time work situation

About Dave Underhill - Dave Underhill believes in the power of people expressing their ideas. Whether he’s working with a novice presenter or Nobel Prize winner, a CPA or a CEO, he has a passion for helping people take their skills and their careers to the next level.

As President of Underhill Training and Development, Dave works globally with clients such as Microsoft, Intel, U.S. Bank, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Oregon Health and Sciences University, Pacific Northwest Transplant Bank, The Nature Conservancy, United Way, M Financial Group, Mazama Capital Management, Harland Financial Solutions, the CFA Institute and the Oregon Entrepreneurs Forum. He also coaches startup company CEOs on their investor presentations.

The keys to Dave’s success during the past 15 years are his ability to connect personally with his audiences and his skill in tailoring his work to the specific needs of his clients. As a result, people communicate more effectively and organizations grow their business.