CXS | 38 Lessons from 38 Years with Wayne Strickland
Name: CXS | 38 Lessons from 38 Years with Wayne Strickland
Date: April 12, 2019
Time: 11:45 AM - 1:00 PM CDT
Registration: Register Now
Knowledge can come from a variety of places. Have you ever thought about the amount of new information and skills we acquire from work?
After 38 years in corporate America, Wayne Strickland has discovered a variety of tips and tricks to being a leader. Wayne will quickly walk participants through his 38 lessons for leaders from his 38 years in corporate America. These 38 lessons are a blend of insightful, provocative, and practical advice that all leaders can use. Registrants will leave with a handful of new insights and ideas about leadership development and skills that they'll want to implement immediately.
Wayne Strickland is a business coach, consultant, speaker, and enlightened leader who believe leaders fail because they fail to develop new skills as they grow as leaders. New leaders, cross functional, and enterprise leaders require different skills and most don’t invest time to develop them.
Wayne began his career selling pots and pans door to door and rose to a successful Vice President at Hallmark Cards for over 25 years, where, in his 35th year in the business, he lead the launch and development of the Hallmark Greetings business across multiple Amazon platforms.
Wayne’s extraordinary experiences he shares include winning and losing billion-dollar contracts, and his success and failures have informed his approach to building a competitive culture and market leadership.
For almost forty years, Wayne’s consumer, retail customer and Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) industry knowledge have allowed him to lead and sustain Hallmark as one of the world’s most powerful brands. Now Wayne shares his competitive leadership philosophies with both large corporate audiences and individual entrepreneurs. Wayne Strickland graduated from the University of Arkansas with a BSBA and an MBA. He is an avid cyclist, guitar player and singer who hopes to go on tour with a band when he grows up. He is proud to call Kansas City home.