Seize The Future
Chuck Ewart is highly sought-after as a speaker, strategic planner, meeting facilitator, workshop & seminar presenter, and CEO search consultant. Ewart has addressed more than 2200 groups in 44 states and several foreign countries over the past 38 years.
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Chuck is often asked by chamber of commerce and association executives to share the one thing they can do to foster the success of their organizations… and the answer is simple… establish a well thought-out strategic planning process.
Jack Welch, the former CEO of GE, is quoted as saying, “if the rate of change outside of the organization is greater than the rate of change within the organization, the end is near.” You must make certain that the organization remains on the leading edge and is relevant and meaningful to your members.
For 26 years, Chuck taught strategic planning for the Institute for Organization Management, the premier professional development program for organization executives through the United States Chamber of Commerce. In the summer of 2011, Chuck served as the lead facilitator and trainer for 32 executives from business development organizations from throughout North Africa. One of his areas of instruction for the group was how to develop meaningful strategic and operational plans.
Chuck Ewart has facilitated hundreds of planning retreats and written numerous strategic plans for organizations throughout the United States. The 1800-member Greensboro, NC, Chamber of Commerce received an “award of merit” from the American Chamber of Commerce Executives (ACCE) for the strategic business plan written in collaboration with The Ewart Group. The 1500-member Lubbock, TX, Chamber of Commerce was named the 2012 Chamber of Commerce of the Year by ACCE, in part because of the strategic plan developed with The Ewart Group.
Albert Einstein remarked that insanity is doing the same things over and over again, and expecting different results. Don’t allow your organization to get caught in that trap. Planning for the future should be the highest priority of any CEO and board of directors… let us help!