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Keith Wyche

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Our speaker Keith Wyche is an excellent presenter in the field of business transformation. Named one of the top 100 African American executives by both Savoy and Black Enterprise Magazines, Keith continues to be a creative, energetic and professional game changer for every company trying to survive in the turbulent environment of the 21st century.

Speaker Keith Wyche knows first-hand how to lead an organization through change. As President of Cub Foods (a division of SuperValu), a $3 billion grocery chain with more than 8,000 employees, Keith led the division to double-digit sales growth in his first year. After successfully turning around Cub Foods, SuperValu needed Keith to turn around Acme Markets (a larger division of SuperValu with 113 grocery and pharmacy stores and 11,000 associates) that had been on a downward spiral as sales and profits had declined for the prior five years. Within a year as President, Keith had reversed that trend and led the chain to growth for the first time in a half a decade. Before joining Supervalu, Keith was President of U.S. Operations for Pitney Bowes. There he turned around an organization that was losing clients, seeing its competition eat its market share, and suffering from a demoralized workforce.

Keith began his career in sales, marketing and management with AT&T and IBM. Currently, he is Regional Vice President at Walmart, responsible for ensuring a clean, fast and friendly customer experience at Walmart’s Large Format stores in the Northeast. Previously, he served on the Corporate Board of Directors of WMS Industries (a gaming company) and the National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA).

Keith is the bestselling author of three books on how to supercharge your performance and reach the top of the corporate world. Corner Office Rules: The 10 Realities of Executive Life, (Kandelle Enterprises) opens the door to the often hidden world of the C-suite. Keith’s first book, Good Is Not Enough: And Other Unwritten Rules for Minority Professionals (Portfolio, a division of Penguin Random House), was an Amazon bestseller and was nominated for the 2009 NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Literary Work. His newest book, Swag Is Not Enough: Career Advice for the Serious Millennial was co-authored with his daughter Alana.

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    Keynote by Speaker Keith Wyche 

    Transition Resilience – It’s Not Just About Managing Change

    Responding to change as it occurs is NOT the answer. Keith Wyche shows you how to build transition resilience and equip your organization to deal with all transformations and transitions. Adapting to change is a minimum requirement in today’s world. Change brings opportunity and responsibilities whatever your job title. For you and your organization to excel, you must be able to lead change and transformation. Leaders who can influence transformation are valued and differentiated. In this session, Keith Wyche draws upon his own experiences, as a change management leader with an exceptional record of turning around underperforming operations and managing in industries undergoing rapid technological or competitive change.

     

    Keynote by Speaker Keith Wyche

    Good Is Not Enough – And Other Real-World Advice for the Serious Professional

    Moving up the ranks of any profession requires much more than having the right degrees and fulfilling your job description. You must know “the unwritten rules” to success. During this session, Keith empowers professionals to see  themselves through the same lens from which their stakeholders and executive decision makers view them.

     

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    Corner Office Rules – 10 Realities of Executive Life

    Are you ready to step up to senior leadership? The realities of executive life can be sobering if you aren’t prepared for them. How you achieve results, how you’re perceived, what’s expected of you, even who your friends are—nothing is the same as when you were in the middle ranks. A 30-year corporate veteran and results-driven CEO, Keith Wyche will open the door to the corner office to introduce you to the previously hidden world of the C-suite, and show you how to master the realities that every top executive must face.

     

    Keynote by Speaker Keith Wyche

    The 10 Realities of Corporate Life

    Do you know and have what it takes to be successful in your job? Did your last review reflect what you believe to be true about your performance and promotability? In this session, corporate executive Keith Wyche shares the realities of getting ahead in today’s tough corporate environment. You’ll gain “insider information” about what he and his C-Suite colleagues expect from their employees. It is time to realize that life is not fair; you must embrace change and take personal responsibility of your career path.

     

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    Fostering an Inclusive Culture That Will Boost Your Bottom Line

    Top companies embrace diversity and inclusion in order to drive growth. They have cultures that tap into the unique and diverse backgrounds and experiences of their workforce to drive innovation and bottom line results; they allow everyone to have a voice, share input, ideas, and participate as equals; and value the performance of all employees equally, and provide equal opportunity for growth and advancement. During this engaging program, Keith Wyche uses compelling data, case studies, best practices, and his years of personal experience to help organizations create a framework for true inclusion.

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