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"10 Mistakes Leaders Make"

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BUSINESS CREDIT RADIO is proud to introduce Mr. Charles (Chuck) P. Keenon, President of Keenon Associates, to discuss with our listeners the "10 Mistakes Leaders Make".

 

Chuck is an experienced management consultant and accounts receivable expert. He has over 40 years experience in all areas of both commercial and retail accounts receivable management. His experience includes crises management consulting in numerous industries including printing, retail and wholesale distribution, agricultural lending, mortgage lending, manufacturing and call center management. Chuck’s expertise includes strategic planning, budgeting, training, fraud prevention, systems planning and integration, corporate reorganizations and commercial lending. Chuck has been and instructor for Experian, the Illinois Bankers Association, National Retail Merchants Association, the International Credit Association and the EPA. Mr. Keenon is currently the owner of Keenon & Associates a company that partners with various corporate turnaround firms to evaluate and improve underwriting and accounts receivable functions.  Chuck has also written a presented Leadership Seminars for Red line Recovery, Experian, the EPA and various other organizations.  He is also an instructor for Commercial Credit Management Associates LLC.  

In his course “Leadership Is An Art” Chuck discusses 10 errors that leaders make that can cost them their team.  During his career Chuck has held positions all through the management levels up to Senior Vice President for large corporations.  As he progressed in the management ranks he developed a management philosophy which includes the “Big 10 Errors Leaders Make”.  Join us on the program and learn what the errors are and discuss how to avoid them.

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