WJM Associates, Inc. invites you to discuss Business Acumen Programs for Leadership Development, facilitated by Dr. E. Ted Prince, WJM Faculty Member and founder of The Perth Leadership Institute.
Leadership development programs focus on numerous issues except the one that matters most to shareholders and investors – the business acumen of leaders and how this is linked to profitability and company valuation. This session reveals an exciting new model that links the behavior of leaders with financial and valuation outcome. This is a must-attend for HR and leadership development executives who wish to make their programs more relevant to business needs.
Wednesday, February 20, 2008, 9:30 – 12:00 pm
(8:30 am continental breakfast)
The University Club, One West 54th Street, New York
Please Note: Business attire (jacket & tie, and equivalent for women) required by the Club
WJM provides this event as a service to our clients and colleagues.
Space is limited.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 6, 2008.
Dr E. Ted Prince is an expert in the area of leadership performance and improvement from a financial and valuation performance perspective. His book on financial leadership styles and company outcome, The 3 Financial Styles of Very Successful Leaders published by McGraw Hill in September 2005, is a revolutionary addition to leadership theory. He consults to CEOs, boards and senior executives on leadership and its impact on corporate financial performance and valuation. He has numerous publications in the area of leadership, human resources, management, strategy and technology and is a frequent speaker at industry conferences.
Dr. Prince has had extensive operating background at the CEO level in both public and private companies. He was Chairman and CEO of Clearstory, a Boston-based public (NASDAQ) company that developed software for enterprise content management, a role in which he served for a period of almost 6 years. Amongst several other CEO roles, he also served as President and CEO of Computer Power Group in New York (later acquired by Spherion).
Dr. Prince also holds the position of Visiting Lecturer at the University of Florida where he teaches Entrepreneurship in the Warrington Graduate School of Business.