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Get Strategy, Done: 5 Tools for Strategic Planning

with Jonathan King

Date:Tuesday, April 30, 2024

Time:12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Location: Webinar

Session Overview

Summary

As a business grows so does complexity. The result is usually competing priorities and limited resources, lack of alignment, getting stuck in unproductive patterns and inconsistent processes for planning and making key decisions. Get Strategy, Done helps a business owner work through the complexity and create clarity. It aims to pinpoint key opportunities and obstacles within the organization, identify recurring themes, establish top priorities, and align focus.

Join us for the next Texas Security Bank Business Speaker Series, building better businesses through business owner education. Our guest speaker and TSB Academy Instructor, Jonathan King- Founder of Lean Leaders.

This webinar will provide clear objectives and a plan for execution for the next 90 days on how to:

• Identify Opportunities.
• Establish Priorities.
• Execute with Confidence.

Jonathan King

Founder

Lean Leaders

Jonathan King is the founder of Lean Leaders, and an executive coach for System Soul, helping businessowners and their leadership teams cut through the noise, align their vision, and focus their strategy, so they can execute confidently. King has over 25 years of Leadership, Process Improvement, and Strategic Advisory experience across a variety of industries including the US Naval Nuclear Power Program, Stryker, Menlo Worldwide Logistics, and Toyota Material Handling. King has served as COO and as a strategic advisor to clients in a variety of industries to eliminate chaos and complexity, build strong leadership teams, and create high performing and purpose driven cultures. King is also the Founder of 6 Dimensions of Compensation, helping individuals and leaders create awareness around compensation needs far beyond financial considerations to improve talent acquisition and retention, and open the door for organizations to invest more meaningfully in their employees.

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