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Business School Professor Presents Leadership 2015 Seminar to Bahamas SEC

On Thursday, December 6, Bob Preziosi, D.P.A., professor of management at the H. Wayne Huizenga School of Business and Entrepreneurship (HSBE), delivered a seminar to the Bahamian community entitled, Leadership 2015: You Want Me To Do What? The seminar was collaboration between the Huizenga Business School and the Bahamas Student Educational Center (SEC), and was held at the Bay Street Hilton in Nassau.

The seminar examined the role of leaders in shaping behavior to bring about organizational goals if they are to be relevant in the marketplace by 2015. Discussions were held on opportunities such as Execution, Innovation, Collaboration, Critical thinking, and Decision making. Preziosi also identified behaviors that are critical to achieving planned results – behaviors such as adaptability, flexibility, humility, resilience, and tenacity and then he demonstrated how these behaviors are linked to the five names opportunities to achieve the desired goals of the organization.

This seminar, which was put on as community collaboration event for the benefit of the Bahamian public, was instrumental in raising the awareness of NSU’s presence, programs, and value to the Bahamian community.