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High Involvement Planning: Engaging Your Team in the Strategic Planning Process
Live Event (in person)
Date & Time: February 22, 2023, 6:00pm CST
Cost: $0.00
Duration: 60 minutes Language: English

Location:

Schweitzer Brentwood Library

2214 S. Brentwood Blvd.

Springfield, US, 65804

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About the event

One element of being a great leader in any organization is to know and teach the rules of the game. Your people will support what they help to create. To achieve true Business Literacy - a business of business people - you need to educate and create financial literacy and line-of-sight so that everyone can see how their day-to-day decisions and actions impact the financial success of the company; and a strategic line-of-sight, so that everyone can see how their day-to-day decisions and actions impact the strategic success of the company.

By creating your organization's strategy with a High-Involvement Planning process, you consistently involve, inform, and educate your entire organization on the realities of the marketplace and the strategic goals of the company.

No matter your current level of strategic planning, this session will jump-start your planning process, engage your team and poise your business for growth. Learn the story of how SRC Holdings, one of our most successful Southwest Missouri employers, grew a business culture of business people by taking a look behind their strategic planning process and learn how they sharpened their strategic focus and aligned their team to win.

This workshop will be held in-person at the Schweitzer Brentwood Library and broadcast simultaneously over Zoom for those who prefer to attend virtually. All registrants will receive Zoom log-on information by email upon signing up.

Presenter Information: Tim Dobyns, Moventra, LLC

As the founder and managing partner for Moventra LLC, Tim Dobyns is living out his passion for teaching, encouraging, and supporting civic, public and social sector organizations in operational excellence, strategy, insights and healthy team culture. During his tenure as Managing Director of Siemens Energy’s Environmental Solutions Division, he acquired many unique insights into business development, operational systems, change management and team culture. As a participant in Siemens Executive Leadership Framework Program, Siemens Advanced Management Academy, and his role as an integration lead for the Colfax Business System (CBS), Tim acquired a broad set of leadership and rganizational tools that he now shares with civic and social sector organizations. His technical background includes domestic and international business finance, operations, change management, lean project management, procurement, logistics, quality, marketing, business development/sales, compliance, human resource, lean production, and operational excellence programming and education. As a certified Great Game for Social Sector coach, United Way, and SCORE volunteer, he is focused on providing purpose driven organizations with support and education to enhance their mission and sustainability. He is passionate about building bridges between social sector originations and public/private sector companies. Corporate citizenship is proven to be good for the bottom line. It is also good for employees, good for the organization’s public reputation and brand, and good for the community. Corporate citizenship is a proxy for well-managed solid companies with bright futures. Research shows a positive correlation between employee volunteering and higher employee engagement scores. Employees who are more engaged in their community are more engaged in their work.

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