Dallas Executive, 130-Time Marathoner & Hall of Famer Presents April 12 Memphis Leadership Workshop
Anthony Reed, CPA, PMP, a 25-year international project manager and history-making, international marathoner, will lead the team building and leadership workshop on April 12 with the Memphis Chapter of the Project Management Institute
By: Anthony R. Reed CPA PC
Successful endurance athletes and business managers exhibit the same characteristics to thrive. They must incorporate change, manage risk, and motivate people to go up hill at a time when they want to quit. All of this must be achieved in a stressful, challenging business environment. Thus, preparing for and completing a marathon is the perfect backdrop for examining the problems and challenges faced by today's business leaders.
The presenter's teams have implemented a $12 million IT project for $2.6 million and a highly visible 27-month project in only nine-months. He shares his experiences as a corporate IT executive and finisher of 130 marathons (26.2-mile) to show you methods to lead people using marathon techniques and strategies. His fifth and latest 208-page book, Running to Leadership: What Finishing 100+ Marathons On All Seven Continents Teaches Us About Success, is in its second edition The attendees will receive a copy during the workshop.
You'll learn how to
- Motivate yourself and your team members without a budget.
- Manage stress.
- Manage the negative, victim mentality.
- Embrace fear and risk to move outside your comfort zone.
- Develop leaders and staff members.
When: April 12, 2018 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Where: University of Phoenix, Room# 110, 65 Germantown Ct, Ste. 100, Cordova, TN 38016
Seating is limited to only 28 people.
Register at http://reed-
Participants will receive:
- Eight (8) PDU's upon Workshop completion.
- Workshop material in bound notebook
- Running to Leadership: What Finishing 100+ Marathons On All Seven Continents Teaches Us About Success (Second Edition).
Mr. Reed is an IT professional with over twenty-five years in management and executive positions for various Dallas-area Fortune 500 companies, governmental entities, and large consulting firms. The responsibilities included managing multi-million dollar departmental budgets and staffing blends of international, multi-generational, multi-cultural employees and consultants.
He's been interviewed on television, radio, and webcast programs and featured in the business, travel, and sports sections of major newspapers and publications across the country. This includes the PMI Today, Dallas Morning News, Runner's World, Southern Living, Ebony, and the Journal of Accountancy.
He holds two graduate degrees and two undergraduate degrees. He taught collegiate business management, IT, accounting, and project management courses. He's served on the Board of Directors for the Oracle Applications Users Group (OAUG), Ft. Worth's Jubilee Theatre, the Dallas White Rock Marathon, Running USA, and various local and international not-for-profit organizations.
He has spoken at over 120 national and international business, leadership, supply chain planning, project management, accounting, and IT conferences. He has five books and over fifty articles published. The articles have appeared in ComputerWorld, Datamation, Career Focus, and Runner's World magazines. His book, entitled Finding the I in TEAM: Better Team Building Through Individual Building, focuses on building stronger team members. His latest book is Running to Leadership: What Finishing 100+ Marathons On All Seven Continents Teaches Us About Success.
As a Certified Running Coach, he completed 130 marathons (26.2 miles/42.2K)
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