Thursday, November 17, 2022 — Larry O’Toole
Our purpose as business leaders and executives is to create value. Essential to building this value is robust planning and execution. But to many, it’s a source of frustration as they face the uncertainty of how to tackle strategic planning effectively. With the right mindset and process, a leader can drive a new level of vitality and momentum into their organization. Hear from a career CEO of manufacturing and service organizations how to take away the planning process uncertainty and elevate your planning in a way that creates a direct bridge to growing long term company value. Come prepared to leave the session with actionable insights and templates that can be used at any type of business to help inject new energy in to your planning and overall value growth.
Value To Members:
Participants gain new thinking as it relates to moving their strategic planning up to a level that helps them build long term value. They will receive practical, actionable insights on a more effective process for developing and implementing a strategic plan. The session includes proven planning templates that can help a leader facilitate new, more productive dialog with their team and deliver a stronger planning outcome.
Larry O’Toole has long been obsessed with the challenge of navigating uncertainty to create growth. Business growth, and growth in business worth. By identifying the superfluous to help leaders focus on what’s important, rather than what is not, to bank desired results. His experience spans 20 years as CEO of manufacturing and service companies across a range of industries. These include leadership roles with Black & Decker Corporation [NYSE: SWR] and Ingersoll-Rand Corporation [NYSE:IR], to CEO roles with privately held businesses such as Protection Service Industries, and DORMA Group Americas. In his most recent CEO role, Larry led a privately held manufacturing and engineering company through a campaign preparing for an owner exit. Larry and his team exceeded owner expectations, successfully delivering several hundred million dollars at time of exit.