ItaliAsia Restaurant (Double Tree Hotel) at 4500 West Cypress Street, Tampa Fl 33607
Date and Time:
Wednesday, September 11 , 2013
7:15 to 7:45 Breakfast and Networking
7:45 to 9:15 Program
XPX Tampa Bay Members: FREE, Non-Members Pre-registration Fee: $40 ($50 at the door)
If you have any questions, feel free to contact Angie Ellis at (781) 706-0654.
There is no business strategy that cannot be improved by greater self-awareness and self-knowledge. This is especially true when we are in the valued position to advise our clients about Succession, Exit, and Transition issues.
Noted author and CEO Effectiveness advisor, Dr. William Anton will share his empowering strategies to help us improve our advisory skills and client relationships. His presentation will focus on roadblocks that limit influence and negatively affect communications and transactions between advisors and their clients. We will explore and discuss several models that illustrate the benefits of self-knowledge in our client work.
Come learn key ways to help you successfully influence your clients to make more effective choices and clearer decisions as you advise them through the various stages of their business life cycle.
William D. Anton, PhD is founder of CEOeffectiveness.com, current President and CEO of Anton Holdings, Inc. and author of Business Success Through Self-Knowledge. He advises CEOs, directors, and senior business leaders on people and culture issues. Drawing on his experience in business, higher education, and psychology, he engages clients in confidential conversations to enhance their understanding of complex psychological factors influencing their effectiveness, business performance, and morale. The structure of the relationships allows for the exploration of issues that cannot be readily addressed in internal or external business environments. Confidential assessment of CEO organizational strengths can be used to objectify executive development and coaching.
Over the past two decades, Bill has applied his psychological training and organizational leadership experience to helping high-functioning CEOs and executives create excellence in themselves and their organizations. During that period, he served as director of the USF Counseling Center for Human Development, where he headed a large professional staff of PhD psychologists, MD psychiatrists, and related doctoral-level disciplines. In this role, he was responsible for APA-approved pre- and post-doctoral training and comprehensive clinical/consultation services for a population of more than 50,000 students, faculty, and staff.