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ESA provides details on education program for Leadership Summit

August 26, 2021  By  SP&T Staff

The Electronic Security Association has announced the expert line-up planned for its annual Leadership Summit, which will be held at the Omni Frisco, at the Dallas Cowboys Worldwide Headquarters, Oct. 4-7.

In a keynote address, entitled “Building a High Performance Team,” Dr. Ivan Joseph will talk about deflecting distractions and building team grit. Session attendees will learn how to articulate common values and a shared sense of purpose, create team cohesion, the foundation of elite performance, and set higher expectations to achieve new levels of performance.

Chad Porter, best-selling author and coach, will deliver an address on overcoming obstacles and persevering. Porter will recount some of the obstacles he has faced and will provide perspectives on perseverance, self-esteem and accomplishing goals in his keynote, “Inspiring a Better You.”

Jeff Butler’s keynote, “Winning the Talent War,” will address the complete employee lifecycle from hiring and managing to retention. Each segment covers key areas where companies often lose their talent ranging from: mistakes in their recruitment process to failing to adjust management styles to accommodate changing workplace expectations.


“Leading From the Inside Out,” Jennifer Currence’s Leadership Summit keynote, will teach attendees how to achieve maximum results from their teams and businesses. Currence is a leadership trainer and founder of The Currence Group. Through best practices, attendees will understand who they are as a leader and how they can use this information to manage the performance of direct reports, communicate effectively with peers, and make strategic decisions that best benefit the organization and key stakeholders.

The Leadership Summit’s education program will also include content on setting expectations and KPI’s, sales forecasting and pipeline management, retaining top talent, and more.


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