Public Invited to Business Leadership Lecture by Author Dick Daniels at Stockton Seaview Feb. 3
For Immediate Release
Galloway, N.J. - Want to make your organization more effective as you become better at managing change? Want to identify the training needed to get the most out of individuals on your staff?
Dick Daniels, a national researcher and author of “Leadership Briefs: Shaping Organizational Culture to Stretch Leadership Capacity,” will give a presentation on “3 Buckets of Leadership: Character, Competence and Capacity,” on Friday, Feb. 3 from noon-1:30 p.m. at the Stockton Seaview Hotel & Golf Club.
Daniels’ book, a 2015 finalist for the Business & Economics INDIEFAB Award honoring the best books from independent publishers, outlines how to accelerate the development of emerging leaders and how to improve the performance of seasoned leaders, with the Assess, Learn, and Grow model. He is president of the Leadership Development Group and a member of the Center for Creative Leadership's Leading Insights Online Panel as well as the Harvard Business Review Advisory Council, an opt-in research community of business professionals.
The public is invited to the event in the Oval Room at Stockton Seaview, 401 S. New York Road, Galloway, N.J. Tickets are priced at $35, which includes the luncheon. To register, visit Leadership Luncheon Lecture Series. For assistance registering online, please call 609-652-4227 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The event, part of the Leadership Luncheon Lecture series, is sponsored by Stockton’s doctoral program in Organizational Leadership. The program serves those who desire a career that incorporates leadership and change in their work environment; and professionals who want to expand their roles within their organizations. The three-year, Ed.D. program offers face-to-face weekend-long classes, as well as online interaction designed to fit the schedules of working professionals.
For more information about Stockton’s graduate programs, visit Stockton.edu/graduate.