241 Victory Ln
Lincoln, NE 68528
Strategic Thinking for Non-Strategic Minds
Presented by Suzanne Ritchie, MS
Tuesday, May 10th, 2016
11:00 – 11:30 Registration
11:30 – 12:00 Lunch & Announcements
12:00 – 1:00 Keynote Session
Lincoln Firefighter’s Hall
241 Victory Lane, Lincoln, NE 68528
Program Registration Fee: LHRMA members—$15
All Other Attendees—$25
College Student Chapter Members—FREE (You must register with Jenessa Keiser, College Relations Chair)
MENU: Assorted sandwiches, spinach salad, fruit salad, pasta salad, dessert, and iced tea.
DEADLINE: Register or cancel your registration by 12:00 Noon, Friday, May 6th , 2016
NOTE: There is a $10 fee for late registrations and for no-shows. This $10 fee is in addition to the regular registration fee. Please try your hardest to register on time, as late registrations and no-shows make it difficult on everyone involved.
About the Program: Strategic Thinking for Non-Strategic Minds
When someone mentions strategy, do you cringe? It’s not that you don’t think strategy is important. It’s just that thinking strategically doesn’t come naturally to you. You spend your time in the here and now, carefully working through the things already on your plate and putting out fires as they happen. There are days you think that it would be helpful if you were a strategic thinker, but who has time to sit down and craft a strategy? Actually, you do and you can’t afford not to!
It is true that some people are naturally more strategic than others. However, with the right tools anyone can think strategically. Come join us as we discuss tips and tools to help even the most tactical among us think more strategically.
By the end of this session, the learner should be able to:
- Define Strategic Thinking
- Identify the Four Characteristics of Strategic Thinkers
- Leverage Tools and Tips to Apply Strategic Thinking Skills
Suzanne Ritchie leads a team of Associates at TD Ameritrade who provide the training and support needed to build both technical strength and core capabilities. She develops and delivers technical and soft-skill development programs, provides coaching using MBTI and Predictive Index assessments, and facilitates team sessions to increase overall effectiveness. She received her BS in Human Resource Management from Bellevue University and her MS in Adult Learning and Organizational Performance from Drake University. Ms. Ritchie is an Adjunct Professor in the Human Resources Strategic Management undergraduate and graduate programs at Bellevue University.