Total Credits: 2 including 2 Business Management & Organization - Non-technical
Every one of us can improve our leadership skills. This session discusses timeless leadership lessons learned from a seemingly unusual place - the dance floor. The parallels between business and dancing are striking; you need good partners, you must cooperate, someone must lead, someone must follow, you need to practice, you may step on someone else’s toes, and the leader does not have to be attractive. This session examines what made Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, two of the most famous dancers in the world, so successful. These leadership lessons from the dance floor can help you be a more effective leader.
Join us and learn many timeless leadership lessons that successful businesses employ every day.
*Apply leadership lessons from dancing to business management
*Parallels between dancing and business
*It takes two to tango
*Compatibility is vital
*The music changes
*Both business and dancing require, Communication, Preparation, Patience, Risk analysis, and Trust
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Don Minges, MBA, is a fractional CFO who works in diverse industries at various development stages. His expertise is in profitability enhancement, strategic planning, venture capital, mergers & acquisitions, consulting, turnarounds, economic forecasting, cost accounting and financial analysis. Don has experience raising equity for several growing firms and has invested equity capital into promising businesses. He has served on the Board of Directors for many firms. He graduated with highest honors from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke.
Fri, Jun 28, 2019 - 09:00a to 11:00a CDT
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