During this 90-minute, highly interactive roundtable, you will get your specific issue addressed by gaining quality ideas from multiple perspectives.
In a Tool Talk, a peer will share with you a challenge they’ve experienced in their business and a tool they’ve utilized to address their task at hand. Their candid experience will bring to life how a tool helped them implement Aileron’s Professional Management System.
By limiting the registration to only 10 participants, the Tool Talks format enables you to comfortably interact with your colleagues. We’re confident that you will find the 90-minute session and small group setting conducive to learning and idea generation.
You'll walk away with...
- A peer-proven tool for success to add to your business management arsenal
- The ability to address a similar real-life business challenge
- The invaluable opportunity to glean insights from your peers
About the Speaker:
As Aileron's Director of Client Development, Chuck’s passion for helping business owners is palpable. He loves finding ways to help Business Owners drive professional management throughout their entire organization. He strives to make it a real, practical living system that not only helps the business owner but their employees as well. Chuck and his team are always improving our processes. From helping clients create a board of advisors to offering one on one Business Advisor support and coaching – they are constantly looking at ways to improve the process to help you professionally manage your company.
Stop by Chuck’s office and tell him how professional management has improved your life – he’ll sit and listen to you all day. Then he’ll give all the credit to his team. And, if you’re not careful, he may encourage you to tell others your story and help another business owner because he’s also in charge of our Contributors – those awesome folks who share their time, talents and treasures with Aileron.
Since selling his HVAC business, Chuck has focused on Aileron’s mission of unleashing the potential of private businesses. One way he’s done this is by spending hundreds of hours learning to become a Certified Executive Leadership Coach. Now Chuck enjoys coaching others to unleash their own personal potential as well.
If he’s not in his office, then he’s probably fishing, so check the pond. If he’s not there, then he’s with his wife and kids either running a marathon, or attending one of their many sporting events.