Who are these people who are here to share with you?
Lee Thayer, who for 45+ years has been partnering with CEOs of all sizes and kinds of organizations to make high-performance organizations, and to learn the kind of leadership required to do so.
John McBeth, who for 25 years in two of his own enterprises and as a top executive in a global BtoB business has been applying the concepts and tools successfully – yet is still learning how.
Carole A. Fisher, who rose from the ranks to become CEO of the large and eminently successful Nathan Adelson Hospice in Las Vegas, who was one of the first to complete the Institute’s basic course, and is now learning how to be a learning leader by challenging herself by mentoring others.
Chris Comeaux, who heads up the largest organization of its size in Western North Carolina, who began as a client of Thayer’s and now wants to take the high art of making high-performance organizations to the world as the Chief Operating Officer of the Institute.
Kevin Pickhardt, who is the CEO of Pharos International, a high-tech organization based in New York and New Zealand and is learning how to transform his organization for high-performance using the powerful concepts he has gained as a pragmatic student of Thayer’s ideas.
Larry Bull, who was “discovered” by Thayer in a small organization in Chicago, was enticed into coming to Bergstrom Inc. where he became the COO and led that company to great success, and now presides over several manufacturing organizations he has put together in which he is instilling these high-performance concepts and tools.
Joelle Moles, who was urged to join D’Artagnan knowing little about that up-scale restaurant provisioning business, but a lot about how to create a high-performance organization, did so by establishing the Chicago Division and is presently the VP of Operations/Logistics for the whole company.