Third Friday Networking Lunch – October 2018
Speaker: Tabitha Laser
Tabitha A. Laser is a Leadership Educator and Coach with almost three decades of operations and consulting experience for a variety of companies in the oil and gas, energy, chemicals, manufacturing, agriculture, construction, government, and medical industry sectors. Tabitha is the author of the “Organization Culture Killers” book series, and utilizes her expertise in human behavior, risk reduction and global strategy to coach leaders and professionals on her proven methods to impact long-term successthrough positive change.
Topic: How to get what you need from your Boss when you need it.
This thought-provoking presentation is designed to energize and inspire attendees to recognize, eliminate and prevent the common ‘Deadly Practices’ related to learning and continuous improvement by reviewing important guidance for communicating with leadersin a language they understand. Attendees will learn techniques to help them:
- Recognize and avoid ‘Culture Killing Deadly Practices’ from negatively impacting their ability to succeed.
- Communicate and develop alliances with leadershipto reduce risks, support organizational balance, and attain positive results.
Special edition hard cover copies of the 1st book in the Organization Culture Killers series will be available for purchase after the meeting ($19.99 +tax), which the author will be happy to autograph for you.
There is no registration fee. The lunch menu ranges from $8 to $12, and the South Texas Section will subsidize lunches by $3 per attendee.STS members as well as non-members are welcome to attend. We only request that you pre-register at the www.STS-AIChE.org website so we can get an accurate head count for the restaurant.
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