by Bill Esler
firstname.lastname@example.org EXECUTIVE BRIEFING CONFERENCE
Disruptive leadership: Will it attract new workers?
EBC 2019 examines technology, training, and management style.
How can you capture and retain workers? What’s the best technology invest- ment strategy? Can you
emerge stronger from a business downturn, by disrupting the status quo?
These are the types of questions and
issues that will be posed, weighed, and
debated at the 2019 Executive Briefing
Conference. The 15th edition of this
vaunted top management conference
takes place April 14-16 at the San Jose
Marriott, in the heart of Silicon Valley.
For the first time, Woodworking Network
is producing the event, which it acquired
from Stiles Machinery last summer.
What does it take to be a disruptive
leader? Do you need to be a brilliant agitator like Steve Jobs? A driven workaholic
with a passion to change the world like
Tesla’s Elon Musk?
CEOs like that get a lot of press,
says Luke Williams, one of the world’s
leading business thinkers on innovation
strategy. At the 2019 Executive Briefing
Conference, Williams, author and globally recognized authority on disruptive
innovation, will reveal a way of thinking
that has the power to transform your
business and stay ahead of the game.
Capping the event will be economist
extraordinaire Dr. Alan Beaulieu, a
voluble and colorful speaker and fre-
quent keynoter at the Executive Briefing
Conference. One of the country’s most
informed economists, Dr. Beaulieu is
President and a principal of ITR Eco-
nomics. He shows how to increase profits
through his mastery of business-cycle
trend analysis. Beaulieu also serves as
EBC attendees will tour Mission Bell Manufacturing, California’s largest architectural millwork firm.