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1.0 Day 1 Opening Power Thought Session: The Future of FM Leadership: How Much Change Are You Prepared to Embrace?

Tuesday, April 2, 2013
8:00 AM-9:30 AM
Track: Change Management
Format: Interactive Presentation
Knowledge Level: 200 level
Session Description: The Future of FM Leadership: How Much Change Are You Prepared to Embrace?”
Facilitator and Speaker: Steven Sonsino

The global FM community is expanding and growing faster than any other time in history. The geographic barriers are down as FM companies emerge into the fast-growing markets of South America, the Middle and Far East, India and China.

As community of FMs, we need to ask ourselves the following questions:

  • What is FM in this brave new world?
  • Where do our services take place?
  • And how will we deliver FM?

In this challenging and provocative session, Professor Steven Sonsino will help you discover how to constantly reinvent FM so that the profession continues to remain relevant and cutting edge even while it's evolving. Book signing will immediately follow.

Speaker:

Steven Sonsino
Tomorrow Leaders Institute
Founder and CEO

Steven Sonsino is a bestselling author, a visiting professor at business schools all over the world and a motivational leadership speaker for chambers of commerce, charities and hundreds of global corporations. In a cheeky pun on Stephen Covey’s "Seven Habits of Highly Effective People" Steven wrote the Amazon business bestseller "The Seven Failings of Really Useless Leaders". Steven is regularly called on as a speaker and facilitator for major corporations and associations around the world. His client list includes financial institutions, high-tech companies including Microsoft and Sanofi Aventis, and professional associations such as the Institute of Chartered Accountants and the Society for Human Resource Managers. Steven is a Fellow in the Centre for Management Development at London Business School.

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