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PTDA Spring Leaders Conference targets executive leadership skills

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2014-05-17

Chicago, IL - The Power Transmission Distributors Association Spring Leaders Conference, held March 2-4, 2014, in Las Vegas, NV, brought together nearly 120 PTDA distributors and manufacturers for networking in an intimate and relaxed setting, and offered sessions designed to build executive leadership skills.

The Spring Leaders Conference includes three components: governance meetings for PTDA’s boards, committees and council volunteers; a leadership development conference for up-and-coming young executives and those who want to polish their leadership skills; and a general education session for both seasoned and emerging leaders seeking insights into working smarter together.

The 2014 Leadership Development Conference was led by Randy Disharoon, director - global strategic accounts for Rexnord Industries LLC. During this conference, participants focused on building their leadership potential. In four sessions, participants learned to:

- Build within: Implementing Personal growth and development skills

- Build around: Recruiting and retaining the best talent

- Build up: Making the “Dream Team”

- Build down: Creating a legacy for the next generation.

In the general education session, Robert W. Wendover, managing director of The Center for Generational Studies, presented a frank, informative and entertaining discussion about improving the productivity and communication within today's age-diverse power transmission organization.

For more information on these sessions, and to see photos of the events, visit http://www.ptda.org/springleadersconference



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