November 21, 2019
Hackberry Country Club
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Topic: Ignite a Culture of Accountability
“You steadily grow into becoming your best as you choose to be accountable and accept responsibility for improvement.” - Steve Shallenberger
Speaker: Bart Kohnhorst, President, LGS-Crestcom
Profitability. Strategy. Leadership. Deliverables. Compliance. Competition. These might seem like very different management concepts, but they all have one underlying theme: their success is dependent on accountability. Where does the company role start, and what can employees do to drive for results? Let’s Ignite a Culture of Accountability in our workplace where employees can thrive and strategy can flourish in support of the company vision and productivity.
We will focus on:
- how accountability fits within and contributes to organizational success.
- ways to work with teams and employees to increase accountability in the workplace.
- recognize the key elements required to build accountable cultures.
Bart Kohnhorst is the President of LGS-Crestcom, the Award winning and AIA, NASBA & SHRM recognized (for CEU) leadership and management development company helping managers deliver real results. LGS-Crestcom is a leading member of the Crestcom International network, a global organization that operates in 60 countries and has worked with over 25,000 companies, these last 30 years.
Leadership development must raise performance in and of organizations, enable participants to reach their true potential and create better workplaces. Companies that invest in effective leadership development are typically more competitive. These companies are more efficient, profitable, and resilient.
Prior to leading his current company, Bart held General Management, Sales, Marketing and Product Management leadership roles in a career that has spanned Japan and Asia, Northern Europe and North America Region performance responsibilities for large multi-nationals as well as startup and middle market companies. His P&L responsibilities spanned from $7M to $115M in annual top line revenue.
Bart is a member of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra Corporate Committee, fundraising to bring music and instruments to underserved areas of south Dallas. He also works with major non-profits focused on family and children’s services in the region. Bart serves on the advisory council to the President of Thunderbird School of Global Management at Arizona State University. Now that his kids have graduated, he enjoys more cycling and actively participates in many of the wonderful activities available to us in the DFW region.
CONTINUING EDUCATION INFORMATION* CPE Credit: 1 hour* Prerequisite: None* Course Level: Basic* Advanced Preparation: None
Member Cost: $0Non Member Cost: $50