Food For Thought: Building a Personal Strategy in Turbulent Times
Join Dr. Beth Schneider in a "Happy Hour Edition" of Food For Thought as she leads a discussion on using your personal mission and vision as the foundation and pathway to your new normal. This session will touch on means for assessing the principles of your personal strategy to create a more purpose-driven response to uncertainty and chaos.
Dr. Beth Schneider teaches strategy in the McColl School of Business undergraduate and MBA programs. Prior to her work at Queens, she served as a management instructor and program director at George Mason University and James Madison University. She also has owned and operated several small businesses and provides consulting services to entrepreneurs.
Dr. Schneider’s research focuses on strategic implementation of leadership tactics, strategic IQ and the strategic process of emerging market firms. She has published several articles and is the co-author of a national and international textbook, Interpersonal Skills in Organizations, Fifth Edition published by McGraw Hill. Her book introduces a new leadership model for improving decision making.
Thursday, May 21 at 4:00pm to 5:00pm