May Speakers Series 2023
CEO Netweavers hosted an insightful May Monthly Speaker Series with Stephen Leake. His presentation on "Lessons in Business from Football to Fallujah" shared valuable insights on how businesses can become more proficient and agile by using the OODA loop. Stephen drew parallels between football, Fallujah, and the business world, highlighting how setting high expectations can inspire confidence and make hard tasks seem accessible.
The event was informative, and attendees learned a lot from his experiences.
In April, we welcomed Natalie Lewis, CPA/CFF, CFE. Natalie discussed fraud prevention during our recent Monthly Speaker Series. Her insights and knowledge on the subject matter were truly exceptional.
Natalie covered a range of relevant topics, including the impact of the great resignation and quiet quitting on quality controls, as well as the exposures that leaders should be aware of within their organizations and how to plan and protect their organizations. Her content was both informative and practical, and everyone in attendance was truly appreciative of the value she brought to the discussion.
Roy is a business lawyer and trusted advisor at Adams & Rees Law in Atlanta, Ga. For over 30 years, Roy has been a trusted advisor to high growth businesses, governments, and family businesses worldwide.
As a former Chief Privacy Officer and General Counsel in the Corporate Sector, Roy will bring strategic vision, innovative thinking, and unparalleled passion to our members. Roy sits on the advisory board of the National Technology Coalition. Roy was named to Atlanta’s CIO advisory board.
Roy shared his thoughts on what CEOs should know about Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Russian and Soviet Union History
We are pleased to have Dr. Matthew Payne as our next monthly speaker. Dr. Payne is Professor of Modern Russian and Soviet history.
Matt is concerned with the intersection of the Soviet state's modernization drive with class, gender and ethnicity on the Soviet periphery, particularly the Kazakh steppe. All these issues were central to his research on the building of a “hero-project” during Stalin's industrialization drive.
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