Executive Leader Summit – Sept. 6

Executive Leader Summit – Sept. 6


An Executive Leader Summit
Thursday, Sept. 6, 12 – 5 p.m.
Fort Leavenworth, Kansas

How does the military develop great leaders? Is there anything in military leader development I can model in my business?

Please join us in our first Executive Leader Summit on Sept. 6 and hear keynote speaker Brigadier General Scott L. Efflandt share his thoughts on leader selection, development and continuing education. After the general’s remarks, the School for Command Preparation will discuss how the military invests in executive leaders by preparing them to assume their roles. The session will conclude with roundtable conversations between military and civilian attendees about the investment in developing leaders. After the roundtable discussions, attendees will visit the Frontier Army Museum for a VIP reception and tour.

It will be an afternoon filled with leadership knowledge from those who live it, fascinating military history, and the opportunity to learn about and handle antique weapons.

Cost is $125 per person. – Lunch and reception included. – Click the link below to register. Seating is limited. – Register by Aug. 30.

Contact: Joan Cabell – joan@cgscf.org or 913 327-9848

Special Instructions: On Sept. 6, we request registered attendees meet us at 11:30 a.m.at the Fairfield Inn (1101 N 4th St, Leavenworth, KS) in Leavenworth, Kansas, just outside the main gate of Fort Leavenworth. The Foundation has arranged for all executives to be transported onto Fort Leavenworth from the Fairfield Inn and back to the hotel at the end of the day.

Click here for the map to the Fairfield Inn in Leavenworth:  https://goo.gl/maps/eGNSJxCHPGC2


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