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St. Norbert College Presents Free Business Webinar

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From St. Norbert College, October 26, 2020
by Mike Counter, mike.counter@snc.edu, 920-362-8864

The Schneider School of Business & Economics at St. Norbert College is hosting a free webinar through its Family Business Forum on Thursday, Nov. 19, from noon to 12:45 p.m.

Dean Stewart, the executive director of the Center for Exceptional Leadership in the Schneider School of Business & Economics at St. Norbert College, will present “Adaptive Leadership: A Transformative, Collaborative Leadership Model.”

To register for the free webinar, go to http://snc.edu/go/adaptiveleadership.

The most successful leaders have the ability to respond to challenges and opportunities by building and inspiring collaborative teams to move their organizations forward. To support this, leaders must learn effective ways to adapt and mobilize in an increasingly complex world. This is especially critical for multi-generational family businesses that are balancing complicated relationships both inside and outside their organizations.

In this session, Stewart will discuss:

Ways to more effectively engage and inspire a team.

How to identify and work through mental models that can stifle innovation and growth.

Leadership behaviors that encourage and support sustainable organizational success.

Stewart’s career has spanned both the public and private sector. Beginning in sales and marketing, his path led him into operations and ultimately a number of senior leadership positions with organizations in industries as diverse as building materials, renewables and higher education.

He also is president and owner of Stratégie LLC, a consultancy focused on supporting organizations with strategic visioning and execution.

Stewart earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from St. Norbert College with a minor in history; a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh; and a doctorate of education from the University of Wisconsin-Stout.

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