2020 Creating Organizational Focus in Unknown Environments Webinar

2020 Creating Organizational Focus in Unknown Environments Webinar

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Thursday, May 14, 2020 | 11 am to 12:30 pm

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While your employees are looking to return to a sense of normalcy, you are still making tough decisions in an environment that is far from ordinary. Deploying tools used by experienced military leaders to focus their teams on mission-critical objectives, you can position yourself to reduce variables and make better choices while overcoming distractions and unknowns. In partnership with Solutions 21 and designed for business owners and C-level executives, the Pennsylvania Chamber Educational Foundation is presenting a free 90-minute webinar as a public service to help leaders consider their approach to directing and motivating their companies in the Coronavirus era.

Webinar Highlights:
Join us for a conversation led by Colonel Rob Salome (USA, Ret.), Vice President of Consulting Services, Solutions 21, who will introduce tools sharpened on the front lines to help business leaders maneuver through unpredictability. With him will be Albert Ciuksza Jr., Solutions 21's Vice President of Growth and Development, who will provide perspective as a serial entrepreneur, coach, and Gen Y leader. Together, they will help you to understand what works in both battlefields and boardrooms to position your company for progress. The webinar will cover:

  • A framework for recasting your organization's strengths
  • Decision-making processes that minimize variables, confusion, and ambiguity
  • Tools that help you to prepare and engage your employees at this moment of challenge

The speakers will open up the last few minutes of the webinar to answer questions from participants.

About The Speakers

Colonel Rob Salome (USA, Ret.) is the Vice President of Consulting Services, Solutions 21, where he adds over 27 years of leadership experience — almost entirely with Millennials — to the Solutions 21 leadership team and offers a unique perspective on what it takes to adapt in the information age. A retired Army Colonel, Rob served in leadership positions large and small across the globe. He exercised transformational leadership in the nation’s most elite military organizations: the 101st Airborne (Air Assault), the 82d Airborne, and the 173d Airborne in Vicenza, Italy. His servant-leadership style suited him well as he led Airborne Rangers across the United States, Europe, and North Africa, prepared them for Iraq and Afghanistan, and led them in the most arduous of conditions.


Rob has served in critical roles at the highest levels of government; serving as a Military Aide to Vice President Biden, the Director of the Commander’s Initiatives Group in the Army’s Forces Command, and as the City Manager of over 100,000 people at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. Rob knows what it means to be a contributor on a team, lead from the middle, and serve from the top.

He is a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point with a BA in Mechanical Engineering. He holds a Master’s Degree in Management and Administration from Central Michigan University and a Master’s Degree in Strategic Studies from the U.S. Army War College. Rob is a decorated U.S. Army combat veteran.

Albert Ciuksza Jr., is Vice President of Growth and Development for Solutions 21 where he manages client engagements and the expansion of Next Leader Now. Prior to joining Solutions 21, Albert had been charged with leading the development of innovative solutions to challenging problems in corporate, non-profit, and entrepreneurial ventures. As a start-up executive, Albert co-founded two still-operating companies, leading both strategy and product development. Albert is an undergraduate alumnus of St. Vincent College in Latrobe, Pennsylvania and earned his MBA at the Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business at the University of Pittsburgh.