See you at the 2011 Cowtown Quality Roundup!
If you’re a training professional in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, the 2011 Cowtown Quality Roundup is the place to be on April 1st! Sponsored by ASQ Greater Fort Worth, this year’s conference will feature learning tracks on auditing, quality assurance, process improvement, and more.
Plus, leadership expert Gary Turner will present two sessions you shouldn’t miss:
Project Leadership—Nerds Need Not Apply
Project leadership isn’t just about logistics. It’s also about people skills. In this session, Gary will present the Project Leadership Assessment, an innovative learning instrument that helps project leaders develop the skills critical to successful performance. You’ll start by measuring your abilities in five key areas, and then you’ll learn how to motivate your teams, build better relationships, and sustain maximum performance.
Leadership Unlimited—Removing Barriers to Your Potential
Derailment. Sometimes, seemingly successful managers and executives suddenly and unexpectedly self- destruct. It can happen to anyone. The good news is that derailment can be predicted—and even prevented—with the help of the right resources. Join Gary for presentation that will provide you with knowledge you can put into immediate action. He’ll introduce the Leadership Unlimited Profile, a new assessment that detects early warning signs and then gets you back on the track to success.
What: ASQ Greater Fort Worth 2011 Cowtown Quality Roundup
When: Friday, April 1, 2011, 8:00am – 5:00pm
Where: Radisson Hotel Fort Worth
Register here to reserve your front-row seat!
About Gary Turner
An award-winning trainer and consultant, Gary Turner has over 30 years of professional experience with major corporations such as M&M Mars, Aramark, and AT&T. He has been a requested speaker at conferences including ASTD, ASQ, College and University Personnel Association, the International Collaborative Organizations Conference, and at annual meetings for companies around the world. Gary holds two Master’s degrees, one in Communication from the University of Nebraska, and another in History from Abilene Christian University. He earned his BA from Harding University. Among his awards and distinctions, he has served as a final judge for the International Team Excellence Award since 1997, and was the leader of the 1992-94 Veterans Administration project team that won the first Reinventing Government Hammer Award.