Learning To Be A Leader In The New Decade

One of the core values that guide us here at CFO Alliance is enabling and empowering businesses, leaders, and entrepreneurs to reach their full potential. Part of achieving that potential is by becoming a great leader.

This commitment to entrepreneurs is why we have invited Stacy Shamberger, Leadership Development Expert, Executive Coach, former COO and CRO, to take center stage at our upcoming networking breakfast event on April 28th at The Tampa Club, to discuss the leadership competencies for the new decade.

Stacy Shamberger is a renown voice in her field and will be discussing the evolution of leadership roles such as the CFO and how it has transformed from a balance sheet, analytics role into an influence and behavior focused leadership role that goes beyond numbers.

Calling all Financial Leaders!

Join CFO Alliance on April 28, 2020, at the Tampa Club for an interactive leadership development session, with special guest speaker Stacy Shamberger CPC, CEC, Leadership Development Expert, Executive Coach, former COO, and CRO, where we will explore the competencies and shifting expectations for tomorrow’s financial leaders.

Why Do Leaders Need to Evolve?

Skills needed to succeed in one leadership level do not necessarily transfer over to the next level in leadership. Regardless of whether they are first-line manager, controller, CFO, or CEO, a great leader never stops learning and developing their skills. 

Stacy Shamberger discusses how organizations can strategically address the requirements of an ever-changing workforce by shifting the mentality from being a boss to becoming a leader. 

What Is A Trend in Leadership That Needs to Be Analyzed?

A focus on metrics is single-track thinking and a method that is not always applicable. It’s essential to ensure that performance and deliverables are met; however, focusing only on calls per hour, or transactions per hour, will not give you the full picture of what is happening in your organization.

Stacy Shamberger discusses how organizations can strategically address the requirements of an ever-changing workforce by shifting the mentality from being a boss to becoming a leader. 

How Does A Leader Lead With Purpose?

A focus on metrics is single-track thinking and a method that is not always applicable. It’s essential to ensure that performance and deliverables are met; however, focusing only on calls per hour, or transactions per hour, will not give you the full picture of what is happening in your organization

Leading with a purpose allows these leaders to define reality, focus what their team does well, and help identify their edge. In turn, this will empower the team to be ready to take those jumps. 

Special Speaker

Stacy Shamberger is CEO/Founder of Shamberger, Tate & Associates, and has over 25 years of business experience in Operations, Finance, HR, and Sales. She has held leadership and executive positions with IBM, ADP, Citibank, and Fischer Scientific. Stacy was an Adjunct Professor within the University of Maryland System, in their Leadership Development and Executive Studies program and has held Board positions for both non-profit and for-profit organizations. 

Stacy is a Certified Executive Coach, international speaker, and published author, speaking and writing on topics such as leadership development strategies, employee engagement, and strategic planning.

Are You Ready To Lead in The New Decade?
Get Your Tickets Now.

Join us on April 28, 2020, for this interactive session! Learn actual concepts you can apply right away and gain a new awareness to boost your organization and career forward.