How do the leaders that were taught in the 20th century lead groups and companies in the 21st century? Is there any difference in leadership skills from 30 or 40 years ago to the present day with Millennials? And how do the leaders of the last century get ready to guide those upcoming individuals to be leaders in the 21st Century. Chuck Baker, a graduate of the United States Military Academy, discuss what leaders are doing these years versus what the leaders did 40 years ago.
Learn valuable perspective from a West Point graduate, Army veteran and successful 25+ year Supply Chain leader.
Walk away with a better understanding of NEW leadership skills required.
It's Free. It's Live. It's an Incredible Learning & Professional Development Opportunity.
Who should attend?
If you love leadership - - and getting better at leading successfully - - this webinar is for you.
Chuck Baker, MDP Coordinator at Michelin
Chuck graduated from the United States Military Academy and served six years in the Army. He has worked with Michelin for 32 years, where he is currently responsible for continuous improvement processes for 21 distribution sites for Michelin in North America. Chuck is married to his wife Debbie for 36 years, who is also an Army veteran. He has three grown children and a two-year old grandson and a six-month old granddaughter. Chuck is the author of Three Days ‘til Monday, has a commercial pilot’s license, has been in theater performances in Greenville, SC and the surrounding areas and sings in the choir at church. Chuck is involved with ASCM, an international supply chain organization and has been the past president of the local chapter on two occasions. Chuck has been the race director for the Michelin 5K for the past 10 years.