Leading in Turbulent Times: What It Takes to be a Courageous Leader Date: April 23, 2019 Time: 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. Bring your lunch! Location: Flathead Valley Community College, Arts & Technology Bldg, Room 139 777 Grandview Drive, Kalispell Cost: Free to attend Register at: blueprintforbusinesssucess.eventbrite.com Are leaders born or made? Can you learn to be an effective leader? What affect does adversity have on the leader? We'll draw upon the experience of four diverse leaders who got the job done in tough, turbulent times and how you can too. Learn: • Strengths and qualities that prepare leaders to confront and overcome fears, fractures and crises • Skills, temperament and resilience that enable leaders to surmount uncommon hardships • How you can marshal your strengths to become an authentic leader who inspires others to achieve uncommon results Presenter: Phil Quigley, Founder, Consultant, Quigley & Associates, honed his talent development, coaching and cross cultural communications skills in the emerging markets of Hong Kong, Korea, China, Singapore, Australia, Indonesia, Taiwan and India, where he spent most of his 14 year career with Yahoo!. Phil cut his entrepreneurial teeth as Vice President Sales for Axlon, a startup toy venture comprised of veteran Atari engineers and marketers. At the expense of heavily entrenched competitors, he drove sales to the 10-million-dollar level before helping to sell the company to Hasbro. In 2011 Phil joined Talentron, a Scott's Valley, California talent development consultancy focusing on building leadership capabilities of frontline managers, using performance support apps to reinforce key learning points and boost productivity. Preview: Tune into the Good Morning Show with John Hendricks and Robin Mitchell on KGEZ AM 600 / FM 96.5 / KGEZ.com on April 19 in the 9 o'clock hour to hear Phil Quigley’s ten-minute interview about Leading in Turbulent Times: What It Takes to be a Courageous Leader. For more information call Job Service Kalispell: (406) 758-6200 Sponsored by Job Service Kalispell and Flathead Valley Community College.