Event Archive

Connect With (and Coach) Your Senior Leadership – Feb. 26

18 Feb 2014, by Kylie Munoz in Event Archive

Marc Robertson
NewSkills President, Chief Executive Officer

As business communicators, senior management relies on us to help them get their messages across – but do you have the tools to prepare/coach your senior leaders on how to present to employees?

Please join us Wednesday, February 26 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. This workshop will focus on strategizing your senior leader’s message to align with your company priorities, presented in a manner appropriate to the mindset of your colleagues. You will take away tips on how to connect the dots in senior leader communication to help boost the impact!

About our speaker:

NewSkills President, Chief Executive Officer Marc Robertson is the founder of NewSkills USA and has more than twenty-five years of experience in the media, entertainment, and technology industries. Marc has successfully coached leaders, executives and managers utilizing Emotional Intelligence, environmental awareness, leadership skills and business acumen. All of Marc’s coaching is based on solving the actual problems and issues that the individual is currently facing. This style of coaching has resulted in immediate improvement and increased performance for both managers and teams.

Marc has a strong track record working with developing companies and guiding executives to develop a humanistic and results orientated leadership style.

Marc’s clients include SpaceX, DirecTV, Intel, and Qualcomm. His industry positions have included CEO, COO, and Executive Vice President. Marc has consulted at companies including Bain, Intel Corporation, DIRECTV, Space X, Qualcomm’s MediaFlo, Marc holds an MBA from Loyola Marymount University, an AMP certificate from IESE Business School in Spain, and a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts from LMU.

Cost of the Event

Member: Price: $35.00; Fee: $2.92

Non-member: Price: $50.00; Fee: $3.74

Student member: $20.00; Fee: $2.09

To register for the event, please click here.