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NAB to offer station managers leadership training at convention
The NAB has organized a leadership-training weekend April 16-17 in Las Vegas.
Presented in two sections, the weekend will feature broadcast specific sessions offering strategies and grab and go techniques to help managers create a fulfilling, high-performance work environment.
Noll & Associates consultants Kennen Williams and Tim Daniels will open the first half of the leadership weekend April 16 with "Leading Into the Future." In this session, participants will learn how and why to replace dated, micro-management tactics with modern employee empowerment techniques.
On the morning of April 17, attendees will pursue the next step of turning intentions into actions. That afternoon, the NAB Education Programs present professor John Lavine, director of the Media Management Institute at Northwestern University. Lavin will discuss “Grand Slam Strategy: Determining Your Winning Game Plan.”
In this session, attendees will discover how a review of strategic theory and practical applications can re-energize their stations strategies for success. The final session, "Spring Training: The Experts Are In," gives participants a chance to ask questions of experts in the fields of digital radio, diversity marketing, group executive management, finance/brokerage and research/ratings.
Space is limited. NAB2005 full-conference registrants must request registration information for this session by sending an email to Radio_TVEvents@nab.org.
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