Pre-conference Featuring Butler Executive Education
(additional fee applies: $50 for conference attendees and $200 al-a-carte)
Sunday, August 11, 3 – 5:30pm
Presented by William Gulley, Executive Director of Butler University Executive Education
Planning is critical to the success of every HR professional, yet the only constant is change. As leaders we need to get used to this fact. Whether your role is viewed as a cog in your organization, or as an impactful strategic partner, likely depends on how well you understand your internal logic and its impact on your thought processes. This session focuses on recognizing our own Dominant Logic and how to constantly challenge our own assumptions.
If you HAVE NOT registered for the whole conference yet, then use the regular registration link and add this pre-conference session for only $50 during the registration process.
If you’re ALREADY registered for the conference but wish to add this pre-conference session for only $50, then click here.
If you wish to attend ONLY this Sunday pre-conference session, then use this registration link to attend for $200.
About William Gulley
William is currently the Executive Director for Butler University’s Executive Education; the organizational learning and professional development arm at Butler University. He is responsible for the performance of Butler’s Executive Education as well as developing key relationships and alliances with industry leaders. William also teaches New Product Development in Butler’s Lacy School of Business MBA program.
Prior to joining Butler, William held executive and other strategic leadership positions for over 25 years in engineering, finance and operations with companies such as Navistar, Ford Motor Company, Brightpoint (now Ingram Micro), as well as being the co-founder in a private equity backed start-up, leading operations and finance in a high-growth bio-hazardous waste start-up and the senior executive of a medical device company. William has raised over $20 million investment capital in equity and debt to fuel the growth of companies as well as conducted the negotiations, due diligence and post-transaction integration efforts for acquisitions and divestitures across multiple industries.
William received his MBA in Finance from the Eli Broad School of Management at Michigan State University, his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Purdue University and an Executive Education Leadership Certificate from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan.