About the Event
ACS and the Airport Minority Advisory Council (AMAC) are Co-Hosting the ACS Business & Leadership Execution Workshop.
This Spring 2018 ACS Business & Leadership Execution Workshop is a “roll your sleeves up” event with a combination of practical and proven programs used throughout various industries, but with an aviation and transportation twist. We’ve incorporated a practical application of strategic, business planning coupled with leadership execution and change management, allowing the attendees to learn, develop and exercise their own business leadership abilities based on the various sessions presented throughout the workshop.
We’ll take nearly three days exploring two main topics, Business Planning and Leadership Execution. We’ll begin with a day and a half to explore proven the areas of Strategic and Business Planning along with their associated plans. The second half of the workshop will explore the various components of Leadership Execution. The attendees will gain the tools and practical workshop experience through exercises focusing on their abilities to execute similar change management initiatives.
Each of the sessions will offer attendees opportunities to explore in a workshop format how the information could apply to their respective organizations. This workshop format will allow the attendees an opportunity to learn and takeaway proven models used throughout the industry as well as an opportunity to begin the processes for their respective organizations. By the end of the workshop, the attendees will have learned and exercised proven practices, therefore promoting their individual development and growth as we aim to “Elevate the Industry”.
Who Should Attend?
Whether you’re a skilled leader or an emerging leader, there will be something for everyone.
There are many soft skills/leadership programs, but what emerging leaders need to know is how to organize, strategize and analyze complex issues in order to execute and get results. This program will be valuable as the airport leaders we are developing today must have strong business skills, which will be covered in this program.
-- Deborah Flint, CEO
Los Angeles World Airports
Building a strong group of leaders is one of the most pressing issues facing the aviation industry. Creating a path for talented professionals to learn the best practices in management and skill development can bridge the needs of tomorrow’s airports by building the next-generation of leadership today.
-- Joe Petrie, Editor-in-Chief