Speaker – Jim Crupi, President of Strategic Leadership Solutions and Featured speaker for LNM Core Program for since 1996
Dr. Jim Crupi is President and Founder of Strategic Leadership Solutions, Inc. Jim is a recognized authority in international business, future trends, and leadership development and is an internationally popular speaker. His leadership workshops are world renowned. Jim works with executives for the purpose of aligning strategy, enhancing productivity and competitiveness, and training of the management team.
Jim has been featured on CNN, Fox Business Network with Neil Cavuto, National Public Radio, served as a TED speaker and quoted in many publications throughout the world. He has served as a consultant to the Office of the President of the United States and does work for many Fortune 1000 corporations, including Coca Cola, Turner Broadcasting Corporation, AT&T, HP, Siemens, Intel, Vulcan Value Partners and IBM among others. Jim has been the keynote and kick-off speaker for the Core Program for the past 24 years.
This event is open to Lifetime Members and dues-paying Alumni Members. Event is limited to 100 attendees. Registration is first-come, first-served. This event WILL fill up – don’t delay!
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