Event Date: October 16-17, 2019 at the Convene Conference Center Midtown West in New York, NY. October 16th at 2:40 pm.
Framing the Thought Process Around Organizational Leadership Changes in Private Equity Portfolio Companies
Shannon Gabriel will lead a panel discussion focused on these key topics for private equity operating partners.
- Criteria for evaluating leaders in portfolio companies with private equity ownership
- Assessing the cultural impact of making early and significant changes in leadership
- How to manage through the change and motivate the team/ organization to support the changes
- Lessons learned – where leadership changes went well and hindsight from changes that went wrong
The PEI Operating Partners’ Conference is the largest global event for private equity value creators. The Forum continues to draw the most established operating partners on stage as well as in the audience, giving delegates a chance to discuss effective, practical strategies that they can implement right away. Attendees will have extensive opportunities to network, build relationships and compare best practices with their peers and leaders who helped define the role, grow the field and influence its future direction.
Any guests of TBM Consulting Group may receive a 15% discount off the prevailing rate. To take advantage of this rate, please register online at Book Here OPNY Forum and use the promo code: OPNY19_TBM
Shannon Gabriel is Managing Director of TBM’s Leadership Solutions practice where she partners with clients to identify and resolve weaknesses within their organizational structure and hiring process, build bench strength and engage our interim consultants to facilitate growth and drive immediate performance improvements. She also champions leadership and risk assessments as part of our diagnostic process.
Last Year, TBM published an expert commentary in the PEI Operational Excellence Special: Operational Due Diligence-An End to the Easy Gains. Shannon Gabriel will publish an article in advance of the panel discussion in early September related to human capital decisions in private equity holdings.