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Developing Leaders for Tomorrow - A Middle Market Executive Roundtable

Thursday, June 13, 2019
8:00 AM – 8:30 AM Registration, Networking & Breakfast
8:30 AM – 10:00 AM Program

200 S. Broad Street
Suite 700

Philadelphia, PA 19102
The Chamber’s Middle Market Executive Roundtables are an exclusive set of small gatherings for executives of middle market businesses (annual revenue between $10 million and $1 billion).

During this invitation-only roundtable, participants will discover how middle market companies can plan succession and the infrastructure needed to develop organizational leaders for tomorrow. The session will be facilitated by:
  • Michael Cairns, Partner and Local Audit Practice Leader, Grant Thornton
  • Alexis Abate, Senior Manager, Grant Thornton

Keisha Bronson from Grant Thornton’s Operation Transformation Practice will lead an interactive discussion and provide insights and best practices including:
  • How do you identify high potentials? What are the traits and characteristics of desired leaders?
  • How do you recognize and cultivate current talent and bring new talent into your organization?
  • How do you establish learning programs that support your organization’s culture and initiatives?


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