with Henry V
Today’s executives face daunting challenges, but they’re nothing compared to what King Henry was going through 600 years ago. He built a strong and diverse team, created a smart plan, and then motivated his 6000-person company to execute. Ethical Training: Doing Right to Do Well is a case study drawn from the history books, with insight from Shakespeare (and a few U.S. Air Force generals).
with Julius Caesar
Effective business rests on effective communication — among employees, customers, shareholders, suppliers, community leaders, the public, and other stakeholders. That’s a lesson Julius Caesar could have implemented, rather than rile a rabble of conspiratorial Senators. In this session, we examine what Shakespeare has to say about achieving operational excellence — and avoiding a less-than-ideal execution.