The Women's Foodservice Forum (WFF), a leading authority in leadership development for the foodservice industry, will host its 14th Annual Executive Summit July 25–27 at the Hilton Anatole Hotel in Dallas. WFF's Executive Summit is a premier career leadership development meeting within the foodservice ecosystem that is designed specifically for C-suite executives at the vice president level and above.
The theme for this year's Executive Summit is “Sharing Culture, Strategy, and Talent Best Practices for More Effective Leadership,” and will focus on informing and inspiring executives on how they can more effectively take their organizations and careers to the next level. Attendees of this exclusive event will have opportunities to immerse themselves in strategy best practice discussions, workshops centered on distinguished leadership models, understanding current business trends, and making strategic connections.
WFF's Executive Summit will feature a blue-ribbon line-up of highly sought after executive keynote speakers headlined by Harvard professor and senior associate dean Frances Frei. Through a dynamic combination of an advance case study, interactive lectures, and hands-on exercises designed exclusively for this event, Frei will deliver the prestigious Harvard University MBA experience.
Other keynote speakers include senior vice president of diversity, inclusion, and strategic alliances at Major League Baseball, Wendy Lewis; creator of intelligent leadership John Mattone; and next-generation workforce expert James H. Pogue, Ph.D.
"The Annual Executive Summit is one of WFF's most popular programs within our leadership development portfolio," says Hattie Hill, president and CEO, Women's Foodservice Forum. "Our goal is to provide executives with an ongoing comprehensive set of leadership skills and information necessary for them and their organizations to grow within the vast foodservice ecosystem."
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