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June 19th Luncheon with Alex Molden

May 25, 2019

 

The men and women of PBL invite you to join us for lunch, Wednesday June 19th with speaker Alex Molden.

After sustaining a devastating knee injury his freshman year, he became a captain of a team that won the prestigious Pac-10 Championship and put them in the Rose bowl for the first time in 37 years, even after starting the season 1-2! With Alex’s leadership, the team worked hard to establish a deeper relationship with one another that allowed them to refocus and come together for one common cause & in the process rewrite U of O football history.

After overcoming hurdles both on and off the field, he was drafted in the 1st round (11th overall) of the 1996 NFL draft. Alex played for 8-years (Saints, Chargers & Lions).

Alex’s main focus is to strengthen team collaborations, communication & transparency using his patent Alignment, Assignment, Adjustment & Assessment formula. His formula has given many organizations and executives proven solutions to help them build a more galvanized team. Some of Alex’s clients include the Boys & Girls Club of America, Hiya, Microsoft & Nike.

Alex has dedicated himself full time to bringing his message of personal and professional leadership & culture change to conferences around the world. Whether as a keynote speaker or a workshop leader, he helps break through the boundaries that are limiting most organizational teams and get them ready to shape the future.

He & his wife Christin have 8 children whom they love and adore.

Cost of the luncheon is $20.00 and pre-registration is highly recommended.

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