NEXT – A Symposium on Forward Thinking

Winston Churchill once said “To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often.”

We all know that no one person or company is perfect but many of us nonetheless strive for near perfection. Yet one factor that can inevitably throw a monkey wrench into the pursuit of perfection is change.  Unexpected changes happen to all companies, no matter how much a company tries to avoid it.  And change isn’t necessarily a bad thing.  Sometimes with change come enormous opportunities.

Great leaders need to know how to effectively manage through change and avoid being led by change.

This notion is the topic of an upcoming symposium of which Regents Bank is a sponsor. The program, entitled NEXT – A Symposium on Forward Thinking, will focus on change and the tough leadership challenges faced by CEO’s, Directors and Boards while providing a ‘new framework” designed to improve CEO and Board effectiveness. The event will be presented by Financial Services Resource Group on September 24, 2013 in Long Beach.

The program will feature noted authors and lecturers including Keynote Presenter John Hofmeister former President of Shell Oil Company and current CEO of Citizens for Affordable Energy.

For more information visit www.fsrg4biz.comscreen-shot-2016-09-13-at-11-07-51-am or contact Ray Adler, Founder at 760-720-9271 or ray@fsrg4biz.com.

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