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Keel Point hosting Women’s Leadership Summit

Keel Point
January 29, 2018
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Keel Point will be hosting a first of its kind Women’s Leadership Summit on March 15, 2018 at Huntsville Botanical Garden, that feature’s former Popeyes Chicken CEO (2007-2017), Cheryl Bachelder. Cheryl will be sharing her thoughts on serving others as the path to superior performance. She will offer personal lessons and insights from her 40+ years as a corporate leader of companies such as Procter & Gamble, The Gillette Company, RJR Nabisco and Domino’s Pizza.

After lunch, Cheryl will lead a workshop on the role of your personal purpose and principles in your career journey.  Bring your questions and observations so that we can interact and learn from one another. Each attendee will receive an autographed copy of Cheryl’s book, Dare to Serve, a journal and John Maxwell Leadership cards.

About Cheryl
Former CEO of Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, Inc., a publicly traded restaurant chain operating 2,600+ locations in 26 countries.  Cheryl is known for transforming tired companies and brands into vital high-performance organizations.  She is passionate about strategy, talent and culture as the drivers of success.  She is renowned for her franchisee-first approach, as chronicled in her recent book about the turnaround of Popeyes. Learn more about Cheryl at her blog www.cherylbachelder.com.

Event Details

  • Date: Thursday, March 15th
  • Time: 11:00 – 2:00 (lunch included)
  • Location: Huntsville (Alabama) Botanical Garden – Grand Hall

For more information, please call Keel Point’s Huntsville office at 256-704-5111 or you can RSVP at rsvp-hsv@keelpoint.com

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