Leading Retirement Solutions prides itself on being an industry leader, and therefore our team is continually learning how to grow as leaders in today’s evolving business world.
That is why Kirsten Curry is a member of the Seattle University Extraordinary Leaders (ExL) Forum, part of the Albers School of Business and Economics.
The Seattle University ExL groups offer an invigorating forum for owners and leaders of family and closely-held businesses to grow and expand their businesses and their leadership skills. These peer advisory groups, facilitated by a professional executive coach and consultant with a proven track record, meet monthly and operate as a cohesive, supportive cohort. The ExL Forum includes four groups: Emerging Business Leaders, Seattle University Alums, Business Women Influencers, and a Family Business-Only group.
Members of the forum learn how to:
- Lead More Confidently – Run your ideas & issues by a personal, peer “sounding board” and professional coach/consultant.
- Master Implementation – Learn to execute flawlessly and be held accountable by your ExL Forum team.
- Build Your Business – Learn and apply new tools and skills in key business & leadership areas.
- Make Connections/Build Your Tribe – Make friends, networking, and resource connections; join the Family Business Exchange community.
- Gain More Perspective – Spend focused time working on your business rather than in it. Get different views from other business owners.
- Access More Resources – Tap into Seattle U’s deep resources, including students for interns & projects.
When: The groups meet one Friday each month, 10am – 2pm, on Seattle University’s campus, with open lunch for friends & guests and an optional 8-10am “deep dive” boot camp.
Fees: There is a low introductory fee for 2015; special multi-member discounts. Contact Sue Oliver at email@example.com for details.
Learn more about Kirsten Curry and the rest of the LRS Team at our website.