Topic: Effective Communication - Building Relationships in a Transactional World
Sponsored by Horizons-AFTS
Date: Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Time: 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Presenter: Ford Taylor, Founder, The FSH Group
Location: McCormick & Schmick's
21 East 5th Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Cost: $35 for members
$45 for non-members
NO refunds within 48 hours of event.
CPE: 2 CPE Hours
Please RSVP by 12:00 noon on Friday, January 10, 2014 with the Programs Committee using the "Register Me" link below.
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If you are a member of The IIA Cincinnati Chapter and are currently unemployed and would like to attend this luncheon, please contact Brian Arkenau at email@example.com for registration.
Transformational Leadership Training helps identify, address and remove personal, team and systemic constraints. Removing these constraints allows transformation to occur and encourages healthy, trusting relationships to grow. Improved morale, increased productivity and sustained profitability are just some of the tangible results of Transformational Leadership.
Ford is the Founder of the FSH Group, which is comprised of Transformational Leadership Training, the FSH Strategy Consultant division and the charitable FSH Foundation.
Ford is known as a man who can solve complex business issues, with straightforward practical solutions, while maintaining his focus on the people that serve the organization. After completing a Business Management degree from Texas A&M University, he jumped into becoming an owner/operator of a small apparel company. This small company grew to a 300 million dollar publicly traded company, Brazos Sportswear Corporation. Ford eventually left his role as CEO of Brazos Sportswear to help grow and develop other companies through business consulting.