Richardson Building Concourse Meeting Rooms, Winnipeg, Manitoba
February 17, 2012
7:30 – 9:30 am: Registration, Breakfast, Presentation
$35.00 (includes hot breakfast)
Everyone impacts the business organization around them. In fact, there are several key impact zones we must consider for our business to be successful. Often these impact zones are overlooked by business leaders and professionals. This has consequences for the organization and its greatest resource, its people. That’s why we need to focus on fine tuning our business environment so we achieve consistent and measurable results that have a positive impact. This presentation will reveal a unique “Setability” model and will discuss common business challenges, key impact zones, the ripple effects we create and the importance of engaging our resources in order to achieve positive bottom-line impact. To register please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Richard Lannon, VP Strategic Planning & Business Analysis – Legacy Bowes Group
Richard has over 25 years of professional experience in strategic planning, business improvement and transformation. He excels at helping businesses and organizations take a structured approach to engage their people and transform their business environment.
In 2004, Richard left the corporate world to form a BraveWorld where he served as a principle consultant and facilitator for clients. He focused his practice on working with business and organizations to identify what’s important, establish direction and build business skills that will positively impact the bottom line. Richard gained valuable and diverse practical professional experience through working with energy, education, transportation, not-for-profit, financial and business services organizations with clients in Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom. He has successfully contributed to PricewaterhouseCoopers, Enbridge, Enmax, Canadian Pacific Railway, Alberta Government, PanCanadian, Proton Foundation, Mount Royal University, ATB Financial, Fraser Health Region, Royal Canadian Pacific and many others.
He is an award-winning business trainer, strategic mentor and consultant. He received Mount Royal University's Distinguished Teaching Award 2010 for his contribution to two successful programs in business analysis and project management and MKS Learning's Business Recognition Award for his work with transitioning professionals and micro enterprise development in strategic training, coaching and mentorship. He's also a professional member of the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers (CAPS).
Richard’s thought leadership, clear presentation style and edgy ideas have been featured in publications around the world including the National Post, the Business Analyst Times and the Project Times, where he’s provided comment on the importance of bridging the gaps between business and the enabling organization through engaging stakeholders and developing their greatest asset, their people.
Link to more info: http://www.legacybowes.ca/events.html