The November evening Members Meeting will be on Monday, November 7, 2005 at 6:00 PM.
Topic: Predicting and Prempting the Corporate Heart Attack
Speaker: Tom Fitzgerald
Location: Oakton Community College
Address: 1600 East Golf Road, Des Plaines, Il 60016
Contact: Cathy Stephenson firstname.lastname@example.org
ERN Members: $ 10.
$15 at the door
Prospective ERN Members: $ 15.
$15 at the door
Guest of ERN Member: FREE *
* Free of charge for prospective members who accompany a member as a guest of that member ? guest is limited to one complimentary meeting only
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We have a speaker in November of universal interest to all types of ERN members and expired members. We are offering all expired members the opportunity to see your old friends and attend for the guest fee so you can benefit from this unique presentation.
Is your company performing at its optimal possible level? Are you no longer in your last position because of competitive pressures which led someone to determine that a change was needed? Are you an entrepreenur seeking an acquisition and want to grow your investment? Our speaker and topic for the November meeting has universal appeal for BAGERS, Transition and Alumni members.
Consequently, we will combine the BAGERS and Members meetings into one, with Structured Networking starting at 5:30 PM, followed by our featured speaker.
"Predicting and Prempting the Corporate Heart Attack" will provide you insights to help you better manage your current business, be better prepered to succeed in a new position, and to be a successful business owner.
Landed Execs How to identify what is (really) going on the operating dynamic of your company How to predict performance before it shows in the financials - and so preempt The Three Critical Functions that will provide the greatest improvement in financial performance - with the least effort.
Execs in Transition: All newly appointed execs (and those in transition soon will be) are expected, either implicitly or explicitly, to significantly improve performance of the organization they take over. And do so quickly. This presentation describes: What to look at BEFORE you arrive - or failing that What to look at immediately upon arrival - apart from the Financials, the KPI's and Process Metrics How to hit the ground running How to trigger a surge in performance
The topic of our meeting will be:
Predicting and Prempting the Corporate Heart Attack
Principal, CEO, Fitzgerald Associates
Tom is a bottom-line oriented, business catalyst, CEO coach and consulting management engineer. He specializes in corporate renewal, preemptive turnaround and effecting major and sustained improvements in profitability, performance and growth.
He is also an accomplished writer and speaker. He is a regular contributor to national and international business magazines like American Banker, CEO Refresher, The Journal of The Turnaround Management Association, Corporate Renewal, The Professional Journal, Association Management, The Forum and others. His book "Fire in the Corporate Belly" received One of the Best Books of the Year designation from the CEO Refresher (2004).
A bottom-line oriented, business catalyst, CEO coach and consulting management engineer, Tom specializes in corporate renewal, preemptive turnaround and effecting major and sustained improvements in profitability, performance and growth.
As keynote speaker, he is both storyteller and educator. As raconteur he brings to vivid life the real experiences of his many clients as they transform their companies. As teacher he provides CEOs with access to his truly unique, innovative, battle tested process of profound corporate renewal, turnaround and profit improvement. He brings to his presentations a truly original perspective, an unrivaled experience, a formidable command of language and an impish sense of humor and fun.
Has worked with CEOs, COOs and managing officers of more than 200 organizations in the US, Canada and Europe, ranging in size from start-up to Fortune Five Hundred. He is, by education, a physicist, by birth, Irish, by instinct and experience, a business catalyst.