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Lunch + Learn: Extreme Ownership - Leadership Lessons Learned from the Naval Academy
Tuesday, October 15, 2019 11:30am - 1:00pm
It takes a strong leader to make the important decisions needed to survive today's every-quickening pace of change. Learn about the experiential learning techniques used at the U.S. Naval Academy and how principles of leadership in military operations can also apply to business practices.
Lunch + Learn Programs: Lunch is included as part of the registration fee for the Lunch + Learn programs. Food will be served at 11:30am, and the CPE program will begin at 12:00pm. Lunch + Learn programs will be held the third Tuesday, every other month (unless otherwise noted), and are sponsored by the Members in Industry Committee.
SIMULCAST: Can't make it in person? Join us via simulcast.
- Learn how to apply leadership lessons from U.S. Naval Academy graduates based on the books Extreme Ownership and It's Your Ship.
- Determine your motivational style using an interactive assessment.
- Learn how your motivational style impacts you and others you work with related to motivation and leadership techniques.
- Lynn A. Flinn (view bio)
OSCPA members and other accounting staff, specifically those who work in business or industry.
Lynn A. Flinn
Lynn Flinn, CPA, is the president and managing partner of The Rowland Group, a professional staffing company that specializes in information technology, engineering, accounting and administrative positions. Flinn started her career in public accounting and transitioned into the position of controller in the banking and publishing industries. She founded the Tulsa chapter of the Oklahoma Business Ethics Consortium and has served as president on the Leadership Tulsa board. In 2007, the OSCPA named Flinn Outstanding CPA in Business & Industry, and The Journal Record named her a finalist for Oklahoma’s Most Admired CEOs in 2011 and a finalist for Woman of the Year in 2015. Most recently, the Tulsa Small Business Connection named her a finalist for the 2017 Tulsa Small Business Person of the Year.