The Young Professionals of LAGCOE have recruited award-winning leadership and performance expert, Chris Comeaux, to deliver a webinar titled "How to Get Things Done" on July 22nd at 3 pm. In this one-hour program, the leadership specialist will discuss seven fundamental actions that will increase productivity and ensure your company/organization is achieving key business objectives. Registration is now open via LAGCOE.com.
Justin Courville, YPL Executive Committee Chair and Principal Engineer at Project JRC, emphasized the impact that Chris Comeaux's influence has had on his career. "This webinar can change your life. I know that is a big statement, but I can testify to its effectiveness because I have lived it." Courville is just one of many who attest to Comeaux's immense knowledge and expertise on best practices for leading high-performance organizations.
Chris Comeaux has spent his life and career researching, learning, coaching, and implementing the pushes and pulls necessary to create high performance leaders and high-performance organizations. He is currently the President/CEO of Teleios Collaborative Network, which is a collaboration between Four Seasons Carolina Caring, Hospice of Acadiana, Hospice and Community Care, Hospice of Rockingham County, Mountain Valley Hospice & Palliative Care, Caldwell Hospice & Palliative Care, Compassionate Care Western North Carolina, The Hospice of Baton Rouge and Community Healthcare of Texas. He was the President/CEO of Four Seasons in western North Carolina, and co-founder of the Four Seasons Consulting Group.
The mission of the Young Professionals of LAGCOE is to provide career development and networking opportunities to the next generation of energy industry and business leaders. This virtual webinar will be free of charge for members of the Young Professionals of LAGCOE (YPL). Non-members have the option to pay a registration fee of $20 or join YPL to receive access to this event and other upcoming networking and professional development opportunities. Participants will receive a link to the virtual event upon registration.
Registration information is available here.
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