WASHINGTON, D.C. August 26, 2021 — Industry executives and the supply chain’s next generation of leaders will gather virtually on Oct 6 and 7 to build the skills to adapt to the “New Abnormal.” The CLDA’s annual Executive Leadership Summit (ELS) will be an interactive, online workshop featuring industry experts and logistics pros.
This is the fourth year for the CLDA’s Executive Leadership Summit. The conference is designed to offer skill development to c-suite executives, young professionals and managers in the leadership pipeline. It will be led by business trainer and coach, Wes Gipe.
Over two days, participants will be part of eight working sessions covering such topics as:
• Adapting to the changes brought on by COVID
• Coping with an evolving labor market
• Adjusting to new insurance requirements
• Developing culture in a remote environment
• Understanding the technology needed to provide security in a remote workforce environment.
Participants are encouraged to take active parts in the workshop including individual break-out rooms where they can practice the skills they learn. In addition, participants will get a chance to network at a virtual happy hour at the end of Day #1
Wes Gipe is a Principal with Verity, LLC. He works with business owners and their teams as a facilitator, business advisor and coach. Gipe helps businesses with strategic planning, leadership, culture development and mediation of inter-personal challenges. He has logged over 14,000 coaching hours with more than 500 individuals throughout North America and Europe. His work has been featured in Forbes as well as other national media outlets.
Registration is now open to all in the industry with a discount for CLDA members. For more information and registration, go to the events tab at CLDA.org.
About the Customized Logistics and Delivery Association
The Customized Logistics and Delivery Association (CLDA) is a non-profit professional association that connects and leads members of the time-critical logistics and delivery industries. The association serves the needs of its 2,900 essential service members who are logistics professionals, carriers, shippers, drivers, air cargo logistics providers, 3PLs and vendors servicing today’s supply chain companies. The CLDA gives its members access to a diverse network of logistics professionals looking to create new business opportunities and share decades of practical insights. They provide an avenue for amplifying members’ voices on key issues and helps them participate in the regulatory discussions shaping the industry. The CLDA keeps members informed and educated on trends, current issues and best practices.
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