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North Carolina Executive Roundtable Hosts Author Gary Tomlinson at November 14, 2014 Meeting
Entrepreneur and founder of five successful businesses, will speak on “Closing the Gap between Strategy & Execution”
What would be possible if your organization could consistently close the gap between strategy and execution? What would that mean for both you and your organization?
Closing the gap is possible and in this presentation you will learn how to make it happen. With 90% of companies failing to fully execute their strategic plans, Gary Tomlinson of Tomlinson and Associates, has spent the last decade working with the Keyne Institute to understand what it takes for companies to close the Execution Gap and actually achieve the results they expect. In this fast paced presentation participants will learn:
5 affirmations leadership must understand for successful execution.
4 key actions that high performing organizations consistently deliver.
3 pillars of successful execution management.
2 essential requirements for execution management.
1 absolute imperative for managing execution down to an individual level.
Gary Tomlinson is an entrepreneur and founder of five successful businesses. Gary is well versed in the areas of entrepreneurship, leadership, execution management and professional speaking education. From the time he worked as an operating room technician, more than 40 years ago, Gary saw the value in learning by doing as well as by teaching. Later, as a successful pioneer of US Surgical stapling instruments, he went the extra mile for his customers by providing one-on-one training, in-service programs, and teaching workshops.
“We are all looking forward to hearing Gary Tomlinson speak," said James Chambers. “His 40 years of experience in business and team building, is a wealth of knowledge waiting to be shared.”
For more information or to register for the event, visit: http://www.ncer1.org/
About North Carolina Executive Roundtable (NCER):
North Carolina Executive Roundtable is the premier professional association of highly capable senior executives who are sought after by business and industry for their unparalleled expertise and recognized for their contributions to the greater community. For a senior executive in a small-to-midsize business, NCER is a nonprofit professional association that provides a forum for building trusted relationships among members which fosters a culture where peers discuss and explore business ideas and challenges in an open, receptive environment. For more information, visit http://www.ncer1.org