Leadership Webinar - March 2021
It's been nearly a decade since Rajeev Peshawaria published "Too Many Bosses, Too Few Leaders," but his work hasn't gone out of style. Developing leaders has always been a challenge, but it is becoming even more crucial with a changing workplace.
We hope you'll join us on March 24 for the second webinar in our new Leadership Webinar Series.
Philip Clements, MSM, CEO of The Foundry, will discuss how we go about developing brave leaders and courageous cultures. The Foundry, through Philip's leadership, focuses on unlocking human potential.
The Zoom login link will be sent to all registered participants on Tuesday, March 23, by 12:00 PM.
Full event details:
What: Developing Brave Leaders and Courageous Cultures (Webinar)
When: Wednesday, March 24, 2021
Login: 11:45 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Program: 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
Location: Virtual on Zoom
Cost: $20 for members, $30 for future members
Learn more about Philip Clements
Philip is a native of Roanoke, VA and returned to the region in 2011. Since his return, Philip has served in a number of different capacities. He has worked with local non-profits in roles as an Executive Director, Director of Operations and Community Development, and consultant. He is a community leader and advocate having served on a Roanoke City Council Committee, the Roanoke Neighborhood Advocates. Philip is also an experienced educator working in both public and private schools. Currently he is the CEO of a social enterprise, The Foundry, that is focused on unlocking human potential.
Previously, Philip served in the US Army as a member of the 82nd Airborne Division and 7th Special Forces Group. Following his time in the service he held leadership positions at the Defense Intelligence Agency and two Fortune 500 corporations.
He studied community development with the Christian Community Development Association that culminated with an in-depth onsite look at differing communities in Chicago, IL. He was a fellow with the Mission Continues focusing on community involvement and volunteerism. Philip is a graduate of Roanoke City’s Leadership College, the Roanoke Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Roanoke Valley, and currently serves as an advisor for the program.
Philip has received a Master of Arts from Liberty University and a Master of Science in Management from The American College. He has also studied non-profit management at Duke University and entrepreneurship at the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga.
He is an avid reader and a lover of cats. Spend some time around Philip and it becomes abundantly clear that his family is the source of his greatest joy. Philip is married to the marvelous, wonderful, and beautiful Melissa and they have two sons, Aidan and Judah. As a family they enjoy board games, most any outdoor adventure, and trips to the beach.