Webinar: Mentors, Advisors, and Allies: Creating Your Chiropractic Dream Team
Do you need a personal board of directors?
Posted in Webinars on Thursday, November 16, 2023
In life, no one succeeds alone. There is no such thing as being self-made and even the most independent and successful people had advisors who helped guide them along the way. Guest Chick Herbert will talk about the keys to succeeding in an ever-changing world, including the importance of being open to new ideas and rethinking what you know. Chick will walk us through creating a personal Board of Directors, a select group of 4 to 8 individuals assembled for the purpose of developing and supporting your success. Through story-telling and pragmatic advice, Chick will equip you with tools to improve your personal and professional success.
About our speaker:
Chick Herbert has nearly thirty years of experience working in the public and private sectors as an executive leader, speaker, consultant, and executive coach. His successful career spans more than a dozen industries and provides Chick with a wealth of experiential knowledge and perspective.
Chick Herbert is the Chief Experience Officer for NCMIC Group, Inc. and its subsidiaries. Herbert, who joined NCMIC in July 2018, has nearly 30 years of experience working in the public and private sectors as an executive business leader, independent consultant, speaker and executive coach. He was most recently a senior vice president for Wells Fargo Retail Services, where he was responsible for business strategy, digital innovation, customer experience, cross-sell and merchant training. Having held extensive executive leadership roles, Herbert is the co-author of “It Begs the Question – Learn how the best managers drive performance through Question-Centric Coaching.” Herbert’s experience and expertise extend to business development, organizational and leadership development, strategy, talent planning, training, human resources, and operations. Herbert is the past board chair for Special Olympics Iowa, where he served on its board of directors for 10 years, a member of the Downtown (Des Moines) Community Alliance Board of Directors, and a leader with Iowa Women Lead Change. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering from Iowa State University.