- February 8, 2019
11:45 am - 1:30 pm
Join NCER for our next luncheon on Friday, February 8th at Prestonwood Country Club in Cary at 11:45am to hear Colonel Rob Campbell, USA, Retired, as he discusses “Battlefield Leadership Lessons for the Boardroom.”
Seventy percent (70%) of today’s workforce is disengaged from its organization (per Gallup). Whether leading a production team on a factory floor or forming a group to collaborate on solutions to organizational challenges, this speech shares combat-tested practices of people-centric leadership such as investing in people to help them become better people. The results of this approach are profound.
Colonel Rob Campbell will share his practices on:
- Troubling data from today’s workplace and its causes
- My “Leadership Gap” theory
- How to invest in people
- It starts with vision, values and culture
- Then it requires deep self-awareness and introspection (I’ll share my own story)
Rob Campbell is a retired Army Colonel, author and leadership speaker. He is a 27-year Army veteran, paratrooper and ranger with service in Iraq and Afghanistan. Rob led organizations ranging in size from 24 to 5,000 people overcoming challenges and leading change. As Commander or CEO of a 5,000- person Infantry Brigade, Rob and his team achieved Army-leading (#1 of 34 Brigades) results in personnel performance, soldier retention and promotion selection rates.
Rob’s core purpose: “To make a difference in the lives of others through optimistic leadership.” With is new book “It’s Personal, Not Personnel, Leadership Lessons for the Battlefield and the Boardroom”, Rob shares his years of combat-tested leadership experience adaptable to businesses of all types and sizes. A resident of Surf City, North Carolina, Rob began a consulting company in 2017 helping businesses invest in their people. Rob has recently joined Performance Culture INC of Wilmington as an executive coach and delivers keynote leadership addresses both nationally and internationally.
You can learn more on his website at Rob Campbell Leadership.
Venue: Prestonwood Country Club
Venue Phone: 919-467-2566
Venue Website: http://www.prestonwoodcc.com/Address:
Prestonwood Country Club is a private club located in Cary, NC, a thriving community in the heart of the Triangle. With 54 holes of championship golf, dining, fabulous tennis and aquatics facilities, a state-of-the-art fitness center and active Kids club, there is something for everyone.