Leading in a Complex World will explore the timeless basics of leadership. Learn the importance of relationships, how to set standards, communicate clear expectations, lead by example, and leverage generational differences.
Who Should Attend: Employees at all levels of the organization. Emerging leaders, supervisors, managers, and executive leaders will find this seminar relevant to their daily work.
Date: Wednesday, January 29, 2020
Time: 11:30 am-12:30 pm, please arrive early. Lunch will served and Joe will begin speaking promptly at 11:30 am.
Location: 310 Bob Heath Drive, Huntsville, AL 35806
Price: General Admission $25 (includes lunch), no charge for Radiance employees
Guest Speaker: LTG Joseph Cosumano Jr. (ret)
Lieutenant General (ret) Joseph M. Cosumano Jr. is a Senior Executive with over 35 years of Defense Management and Leadership Experience. He was the commander of the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command (SMDC) and the U.S. Army Space Command from April 30, 2001 to December 16, 2003.
He has been an agent of change and growth, both inside and outside of the Defense Department. He has been responsible for Strategic Plans of the Army and as a civilian, has grown companies, both US and foreign owned. He understands the Defense Department and has been responsible for Army Modernization and developing the technical blueprint and technical experience with R&D organizations, Program Offices, as well as possesses an exceptional background in operations.
While on active duty, he was the Program Manager for JPO, NMD; now GMD. He later was designated PM Future Combat Systems, that transitioned to Task Force Objective Force.
As a civilian, he has held numerous key Defense Industry positions: SVP ATK Thiokol; SVP KBR, Government and Infrastructure; and President/CEO Agility US.
Lastly, he served as the President/CEO of CFD Research Corporation (CFDRC) from 2013-2016 and is currently a Board Member. LTG (ret) Cosumano’s education includes a B.S.; M.S in Industrial Technology from Northwestern State University of LA; Defense System Management College; and Industrial College of the Armed Services and Yale School of Management, the Executive Course.