GCLI to Hold Q4 Workshop at Moore, Navistar Division in Maryland
Moore, Navistar Division provides end-to-end services for direct mail production. Their services include envelope manufacturing, conventional and digital printing, complex camera matching, card affixing, handwork, lettershop, commingling, and more.
Moore, Navistar Division combines the latest technology with customer-focused solutions to deliver superior customer service.
During their visit, GCLI members will tour Moore, Navistar Division’s state of the art production facilities. They’ll exchange ideas with production and marketing professionals while learning about their approach to meeting customer requirements. Presentations by Moore, Navistar Division’s executives will follow.
Workshop topics included “Creating and Sustaining a Winning Culture”. Members will also work on case studies designed to identify and address complex business problems.
Founded in 2021, The Graphic Communications Leadership Institute (GCLI), a comprehensive three-year program for rising industry professionals, consists of four quarterly workshops, each one focusing on core elements of business management and organizational leadership. The group meets at various locations including leading industry manufacturers/suppliers and at some of the industry’s finest service providers.
GCLI is a rigorous, cutting-edge leadership development program specifically designed to prepare the next generation of business leaders with a well-rounded foundation in leadership and managerial expertise while developing a valuable peer network.
Now in its third year, the Institute continues to grow as forward-looking organizations address the challenge of retaining talent by investing in the leadership development of their key people.
GCLI admissions are on a rolling basis, allowing participants to enroll at any time during the year.
To learn more about GCLI visit gcleadershipinstitute.com.
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