Leading Through Crisis: Multiple Perspectives for Future Leaders
Thursday, September 24 | 10:00AM CST
Go beyond textbook best practices for leading your team, department or organization through hard times at the September 24 NFPA Future Leaders Webinar.
John Stenz, Chairman & CEO of FORCE America, Inc, and Jim Kaas, President of Iowa Fluid Power will share their perspectives and experiences leading their organizations through times of crisis and change. Going beyond one-size-fits-all best practices, they will provide perspectives formed through years of experience at different organizations within the fluid power industry.
This webinar is hosted by the NFPA Future Leaders Network and is open to NFPA members who are already involved in or interested in becoming involved in the group. You can learn more about the group here: https://www.nfpa.com/home/membership/Future-Leaders.htm
If you have any questions about the webinar or about the NFPA Future Leaders Network, please contact Katrina Schwarz at (414) 778-3356 or email email@example.com.
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