March 02, 2017 - March 04, 2017
Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass, Chandler, AZ, United States
Today’s integration firms have so many factors influencing their performance. It’s easy to ignore breakthrough ideas or new business processes because of your blind spots, which keep you from viewing your situation realistically — and can derail your business. NSCA’s 19th annual Business & Leadership Conference (BLC) helps you identify and eliminate your blind spots by taking steps to get out of your comfort zone, expanding your horizons, learning to accept new ways of thinking, and readjusting expectations. From talent development to customer loyalty, you’ll learn ways to take a more unbiased view of what’s going on around you so you can operate your business without blind spots.
As we look forward to the 19th annual Business & Leadership Conference, we want you to know that the topics and speakers we’re bringing to the event this year were structured based on your feedback and your most agonizing business pain points:
- Concerns about industry relevance
- Profitability despite eroding margins and product commoditization
- Executing on talent management
- Shifting to the services economy
- Becoming your clients’ trusted advisors
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