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How To’s for Family Business: The “Secret Sauce” of Becoming a Creative Person

  • April 22, 2021
  • 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
  • Zoom

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How To’s for Family Business: The “Secret Sauce” of Becoming a Creative Person

Thursday April 22  | 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. | Zoom

Program Description:
Dan teaches his audiences this "secret sauce" of becoming a more creative person. He contracted Covid 19 in early March 2020 when most doctors did not know how to treat it. 
Dan credits the use of his creativity tools with helping to save his life. His story is riveting amid this pandemic.

We live in a world where technological change continually disrupts all those running businesses. In the next five years, major trends such as artificial intelligence, robotics, synthetic biology, block chain, Quantum Computing will change our lives more than the technological developments over the last 30 years.

Survival in business for all organizations requires the ability to adapt. Dan teaches the basic tools needed to drive innovation for any entity.

During this program, the audience will:

    • Will Come away with a framework for helping them lead more creative lives, thereby helping them live a more fulfilling and happy life.

    • Will also learn and practice the tools that drive innovation and the survival of any organization.


About the Speaker:
Dan Steininger, JD

He is the former CEO of a major financial institution that increased revenues by a total exceeding $2 billion under his leadership. He is also the former board chair of the Port of Milwaukee, which became the fastest growing port on the Great Lakes. He is also a "recovering lawyer." He spent more than a decade in the law practice before taking on the role of CEO and leader of both private companies and public institutions. He also founded BizStarts (www.bizstarts.com) which is a one-stop shop for anyone wanting to start a business to get coaching mentoring and assistance in growing their new business.

Zoom link will be sent out closer to event through the email attached to your registration.Contact Brooke Stewart with any questions: brooke@fambusiness.org

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