What do Wealth Management, Burnout, Entrepreneurship & the Next Big Thing Have in Common?

Wealth Management, Burnout, EntrepreneurshipAnswer: It’s YOU!

It’s no secret that the life of a Vice President or C-Suite executive is a high-pressure job. Uncovering growth opportunities. Fighting burnout. Dreaming big about your own career. You probably spend so much time at work that you have little left over to focus on personal wealth management.

The Master Class sessions on tap in February are led by some of the most trusted advisers in each of these areas. They’re a part of our commitment here at ExecuNet to connect you with higher-value thinking that can transform your career, how you work, how you lead and yes, how you live, too.

Pull up a chair this month and take in all of these remarkable sessions: 

daniel-skelly-sm2017 Investment Strategies for Senior-level Executives

In this Master Class session, Dan Skelly, Executive Director of Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, will offer answers on how to view the US and world economies, interest rates, managing investment risk, and more. Dan is one of the top wealth management strategists in the country, and it’s a treat to have him speak with the ExecuNet community and provide an insider’s view of the economy and investment strategies for 2017.

Michael_Stallard-headshotThe Surprising Way to Reduce Burnout Within Organizations

In this ExecuNet Master Class session led by Michael Stallard, co-founder and president of E Pluribus Partners, you will learn how to protect your people from burnout, how to identify someone suffering from burnout, and how to create a culture of resilience. Leaders need to act now to help guard their people against the heightened risk that comes with being connected 24/7. This is a serious issue that affects productivity and causes loss of top talent. Learn to prevent the fire before it sparks.

Pete GilfillanThe Entrepreneur Option: Career Talk with Expert Pete Gilfillan

If you’re like most corporate executives, I’m sure you have had the inkling—or even outright conviction—that you could be more successful, more fulfilled and more satisfied if you could work for yourself. During this special Career Talk session of ExecuNet Master Class, Pete Gilfillan, author of the international bestseller, Hire Yourself, will take your questions about a range of topics, from how to leverage your expertise to build a bridge out of the corporate world and into entrepreneurship, to capitalizing your investment, and minimizing your risks and common mistakes and traps to avoid. Pete will also share valuable lessons learned on his own journey to entrepreneurship from his career as a senior executive with Ford Motor Company.

martin-lindstrom-lgCreating a Powerful Brand in 2017: Martin Lindstrom and Small Data

Martin Lindstrom, one of TIME magazine’s 100 most influential people in the world, will be leading a session of ExecuNet Master Class to show you how to get inside your customer’s head so you can create the solutions they need. In a world obsessed with Big Data, Martin will explain why small data is the next big thing and how it can help you understand your ideal customer – making you your customer’s ideal supplier. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from one of the world’s foremost branding experts!

Can’t make a live presentation? No problem! Simply complete your registration to receive the recorded program after the session. These valuable classes are included as a part of your membership; make sure you don’t miss them!

Another 365 days of inspiration have started!



Mark Anderson

Mark Anderson

Mark Anderson is ExecuNet's president and chief economist. An Arjay Miller Scholar, Mark received his MBA from Stanford University and a BA in economics from Yale University. He joined ExecuNet in 1993, with extensive marketing and new product and business development experience, having served as president and founder of A&M Associates, an investment management firm. Mark's corporate leadership experience includes several senior marketing and financial positions with RCA Global Communications (a GE subsidiary) and American Can Company.

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