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GPO presents CEO in 10 with Dr. Julia Sloan- Learning to Think Strategically

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GPO Presents CEO in 10 with Dr. Julia Sloan asking the question.....DO YOU HAVE A SURGING DEMAND AND SHRINKING SUPPLY OF STRATEGIC THINKERS?

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Article after article and leader after leader pleads and ploys for innovative global strategists – not as a mere means of survival, but to compete! So where are these strategists and who are they? Learning to Think Strategically hones in on just this very issue.

The absence of strategic thinkers is a resounding cry that is echoed around the globe by senior leaders in business, military and government. Yet Julia Sloan suggests that most leaders are entrapped in an outdated, industrial-age mindset when it comes to the approach they use for developing strategic thinkers—one that is devoid of an imaginative edge and clueless about how people learn to think strategically.

 Learning to Think Strategically ensures you’ll understand:

  • Why it’s an organizational imperative to develop strategic thinkers

  • The five essential attributes of successful strategic thinkers

  • How successful strategists learn to think strategically

  • What’s true and false about the role of culture on strategic thinking

  • The rational rut we’ve got ourselves into

  • Learning to Think Strategically is based on research that draws upon real-life lessons learned by global business strategists and the application of those lessons for corporate, government, military leaders and academics.

Julia Sloan is Principal of Sloan International Inc., a New York-based firm specializing in strategic thinking for leaders of businesses, government, and international agencies operating in five continents.

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