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UCM Lee’s Summit to Co-Host FranklinCovey Workshop on July 31

By Janice Phelan, June 11, 2019

Chris McChesney

The University of Central Missouri will co-host a 4DX Workshop from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. July 31 at the Missouri Innovation Campus, UCM’s Lee’s Summit location. The event will be led by Chris McChesney, a Wall Street Journal No. 1 national best-selling author.

The workshop will focus on principles from McChesney’s book, “The Four Disciplines of Execution,” co-written with Sean Covey and Jim Huling. McChesney currently serves as global practice leader of execution at FranklinCovey, leading the design and development of these principles.

Sponsors for the one-day workshop are the University of Central Missouri, FranklinCovey and Fidelis One, a national consulting and training firm founded by UCM alum, Dr. Mark Brigman of Lee’s Summit. Brigman is the author of “PARTNERNOMICS: The Art, Science, and Processes of Developing Successful Strategic Partnerships.”

“In working with hundreds of companies across the US, I can attest the greatest challenge facing executives today is executing their growth strategy,” said Brigman. “The 4DX framework is a simple, yet incredibly powerful system that allows business leaders to see clear, actionable steps that will result in quantum leaps forward for their organization. I cannot say enough great things about McChesney’s program and his skills as an internationally known trainer.”

Cost for the workshop is $750 per seat. A reduced price of $500 per seat is available for tickets purchased before July 1 and for attendees with a discount through PARTNERNOMICS. More information and tickets are available on the PARTNERNOMICS website. Lunch and all materials are included in the ticket fee.

The workshop will include lessons learned through FranklinCovey’s work with more than 2,000 organizations that have successfully used the principles behind “The Four Disciplines of Execution.” The disciplines are:

  • Focus on the wildly important.
  • Act on the lead measures
  • Keep a compelling scoreboard
  • Create a cadence of accountability.

McChesney has been a leader at FranklinCovey for more than two decades. He is a highly sought-after national speaker, consultant and advisor on strategy execution. He regularly delivers keynote speeches and executive presentations to audiences ranging from several hundred to several thousand. McChesney has personally led many noteworthy implementations of the four disciplines at organizations such as Marriott International, Shaw Industries, Kroger Co., Coca-Cola Co., Comcast, Lockheed Martin Corporation and Gaylord Entertainment.

FranklinCovey is the world leader in helping organizations achieve results that require lasting changes in human behavior. The organization provides content, tools, methodology, training and thought leadership, all based on a foundation of principles and proven practices.

Mark Brigman is a recognized author, speaker and founder of Fidelis One, a national firm that helps business leaders create competitive advantages by leveraging the power of strategic partnerships. Brigman has architected, managed and led hundreds of strategic partnerships with multi-billion dollar corporations such as ABC, Disney, Sony, AT&T, Nokia, Verizon and NBC Universal.

The University of Central Missouri has campus locations in Lee’s Summit and Warrensburg. UCM offers undergraduate and degree programs as well as programs focusing on workforce development and professional education. Founded in 1871, the university’s more than 12,300 students come from nearly every state and 50 countries with nearly 90 percent from Missouri. UCM offers more than 150 programs of study and 37 graduate programs.

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