New video from March 13 Modern Lessons from Camelot event

Paul Oestreicher

New IABC Event: Arthur: King, Leader, PR Man – Modern Lessons from Camelot and the Round Table

With Author Paul Oestreicher

March 13, 2014 5-8 p.m. at Temple University – Center City, 1515 Market Street, Room 320, Philadelphia.

Paul Oestreicher, author of "Camelot Inc.," which relates the lessons of the King Arthur legend to modern business leadership issues, discusses his book with members of the IABC Philadelphia chapter after lecturing on the book at the chapter's March 2014 meeting.  From left: Elena Perry; Michael Wood; Oestreicher; Michael Zimet, and Christine Kuhinka.

Paul Oestreicher, author of “Camelot Inc.,” which relates the lessons of the King Arthur legend to modern business leadership issues, discusses his book with members of the IABC Philadelphia chapter after lecturing on the book at the chapter’s March 2014 meeting. From left: Elena Perry; Michael Wood; Oestreicher; Michael Zimet, and Christine Kuhinka.

Chapter members moved beyond “conventional wisdom” and learn about “Camelot wisdom” in this unique examination of King Arthur’s life.

Paul Oestreicher shared insights from his book Camelot, Inc.: Leadership and Management Insights from King Arthur and the Round Table which illuminates many of today’s most pressing leadership and communication challenges. These include training and mentoring; developing coherent plans and proposals; building internal and external advocacy; performing effective negotiation, team building, and success planning; maintaining ethical standards, innovation, and flexibility; and moving from vision to execution. It’s beyond “conventional wisdom” – it’s “Camelot wisdom.”

In this video interview, Paul talked about the lessons we can learn about leadership from King Arthur and the Roundtable legends.



About our presenter:

Paul Oestreicher

Paul Oestreicher

Paul Oestreicher is a strategic public relations/public affairs consultant, team builder, educator and author who blends strategic vision and creative execution to achieve business results. Paul is also an Adjunct Professor and thesis adviser at New York University’s M.S. Program in Public Relations & Corporate Communication, where he teaches Strategic Communication, Research Process & Methodology, and Communication Ethics, Law & Regulation. He was honored with NYU’s Award for Teaching Excellence in 2012.

 

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