The College of Business is offering USI students a leadership training program this spring. Chris Fuller will present "Leading Without a Title," a keynote address about John Maxwell Company training, at 9 a.m. on Thursday, January 19 in Carter Hall in the University Center.
The January 19 interest session will introduce the training program and explain the benefits to students. This is the first event of a leadership program the College of Business is sponsoring for USI students. Interested and selected students will take part throughout this semester in weekly “lunch and learns” with many special features - books, audios, conference calls, and perhaps cases.
Fuller is an international leadership speaker, author, and consultant with over 20 years experience in many aspects of business including leadership, development, strategy, sales, and finance. He has delivered keynotes and training and facilitating strategic sessions for many companies including Microsoft, Coca-Cola, Hewlett-Packard, State Farm, Pricewaterhouse Coopers, Pfizer, and McDonald’s. His training has been done with not only executive level clientele but has been strategically oriented toward middle and front-line management as well. His diversity of experience across cultures and organizations of all sizes yields valuable, best practice insights.
Dr. Jason Fertig, assistant professor of management, is planning the program. Students can direct questions and register for the program by contacting him in Room 2086 in the Business and Engineering Center or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. His office telephone number is 812/461-5255.
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