Using the Five C’s of Leadership to Overcome Disaster


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Tune into this episode with PENTA CEO, Deborah Penta, and Global Leadership Coach Ken Estridge and learn how to use the Five C’s of leadership to overcome disaster and emerge stronger as a leader. Ken is an experienced entrepreneur and executive business leadership coach who has advised hundreds of CEOs and Senior Managers of start-ups, early stage growth and Fortune 500 companies in a wide range of industries. Bring 40 years of expertise to our listeners, Ken talks about what clients are experiencing with the coronavirus and how to remain focused, seek resources, and help your business survive and thrive.

Ken’s ability to quickly understand his clients’ functional responsibilities and their key business challenges is greatly enhanced by his educational experience. Ken received a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Management from MIT, a Master’s of Science from the Sloan School of Management at MIT, and a Doctorate of Business Administration from Harvard Business School. In addition, Ken has completed coaching certification and training programs from B-Coach, Coaches Training Institute, and Lore International Institute. Ken has been as a guest panelist and/or lecturer at Harvard Business School, MIT’s Sloan School of Management, The MIT Enterprise Forum, Babson, Tufts and Northeastern. Ken served as a member of the Board of Governors of the Harvard Business School Association of Boston for 6 years and was an active member of the MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge for over 15 years.

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