Belmont University’s Center for Executive Education recently announced the speaker line-up for The Executive Leadership Experience that begins October 2 in Nashville. The Executive Leadership Experience is a 10-month leadership development program for high potential senior leaders from both the business and not-for-profit sectors.
The speaker line-up (in order of appearance) includes:
Jason Jennings—Best-selling author and expert on developing leadership talent for dynamic, complex business environments. His books include It`s Not The Big That Eat the Small… It`s The Fast That Eat the Slow.
Jennifer George, BA, CGFI—Best-in-class tri-athlete and performance coach who helps top executives and athletes maximize human performance through physical and emotional wellness.
Dr. Bill Guillory—Nationally recognized expert on creating inclusive, innovative work environments. His books include The FuturePerfect Organization—Driven by Quantum Leadership.
Susan Scott—Leading authority on difficult conversations, author of the book Fierce Conversations—Achieving Success at Work and in Life, One Conversation at a Time.
Scott Schwertley—Founder of Ethos3 and the presentation coach for Google Corporation, Scott equips executives to be engaging, memorable communicators. His books include How to Be a Presentation God.
Cam Marston—One of the country’s leading authorities on leadership across the generations and author of several books including Generational Insights.
Dr. Scott Page—From the University of Michigan, Scott is an expert on leveraging diversity to create high performance organizations. He is author of the book The Difference: How the Power of Diversity Creates Better Groups, Firms, Schools and Societies.
Dr. Susan Williams—Professor of management in the Jack C. Massey Graduate School of Business. In her teaching tenure at Belmont University, Susan has been named Most Inspirational Professor by 12 Massey Graduate School of Business graduating classes.
Dr. Joe Alexander—Dr. Joe Alexander provides leadership for The Jack C. Massey Graduate School of Business M.B.A. and MACC programs. He is current chair of the Tennessee Center for Performance Excellence and recently completed his duties as board chair for the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award Foundation.
There are a limited number of openings available for the fall program. For more information on The Executive Leadership Experience, contact Amy Irwin at firstname.lastname@example.org, 615-460-5554, or visit www.belmont.edu/leadership.