The Women’s Foodservice Forum (WFF), a premier leadership development organization, announced that it will host its 2016 Executive Summit from July 25—27 in Dallas at the Hilton Anatole Dallas. The organization’s annual Executive Summit is a three-day event fueled by content designed exclusively for executives at the vice president level and above.
This year’s summit theme, Thriving Executives Who Live It!—Sharing Culture, Strategy, and Talent Best Practices for More Effective Leadership, will provide a platform for attendees to immerse themselves in discussions, workshops, and networking opportunities centered around best-in-class leadership models that are making an impact within the foodservice ecosystem and beyond.
This year’s summit will feature keynote speakers including Harvard Professor and Senior Associate, Dean Frances Frei; Senior Vice President of Diversity, Inclusion, and Strategic Alliances at Major League Baseball, Wendy Lewis; internationally acclaimed speaker, top-ranked executive coach and creator of Intelligent Leadership, John Mattone; and Generation Z Expert James H. Pogue, PhD, who specializes in developing bridges between companies and next generation workforces.
Frei will bring the prestigious Harvard University MBA experience to this year’s Executive Summit with a powerful, information-packed program designed exclusively for attendees of the event. Through a dynamic combination of an advance case study, interactive lectures, and hands-on exercises, Frei’s session will deliver knowledge and skills that will have attendees feeling as if they have just earned a Harvard MBA.
“The Executive Summit is one of our most popular learning and development opportunities each year,” says Hattie Hill, president and CEO, Women’s Foodservice Forum. “This year, we have an amazing line up of speakers along with great learning opportunities that will both inspire our attendees and help them to broaden their leadership skills.”
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