Achieving Results Workshop — June 2017
Join our network of dedicated professionals who seek to learn from other executive leaders through transformational corporate learning.
AHC Group 34th Bi-annual
Corporate Affiliates Workshop Series —
"Achieving Results: In Corporate Strategy Today"
June 7-8, 2017
The Saratoga Springs City Center
Saratoga Springs, New York
Sample Presentation from This Workshop
Valuable Lessons from Working with
an External Advisory Council
Presented by Scott Tew
(Duration: 34 mins. 58 secs.)
Below are selected excerpts from the workshop. Speakers included distinguished representatives from the following companies and organizations:
- Edison Energy
- Future 500
- Ingersoll Rand
- Walgreens Boots Alliance
- FMC Corporation
- International Integrated Reporting Council
- Calvert Investments
- European Investment Bank
- The Greenbrier Companies
- Ernst & Young
Join our network of dedicated professionals and Corporate Affiliates who seek to learn from other executive leaders in an educational process of transformational corporate learning.
Save the date and join the AHC Group in Saratoga Springs, New York, as we finish up our 26th year!
The AHC Group "Achieving Results" leadership workshop series is a process of transformational corporate learning, featuring the experiences and innovations of our Senior Associates, clients, and our leading global Corporate Affiliate Program member organizations.
Since 1990 these ongoing benchmarking workshops have provided an intimate peer-to-peer sanctuary for leadership mentoring, high-level executive debate, and discussion of the issues most relevant to you and your firm.
Workshop speakers provide concrete leadership benchmarking insights and promote best practices in all sectors of industry to reduce corporate risk and create business value.
This is one of our most popular workshop series, and it fills up fast. We limit the number of registered seats to 70 to ensure an atmosphere of engagement and intimacy.
Please contact Bruce Piasecki directly if you have any questions about the content of these presentations or their purpose.