LT. GENERAL MICHAEL FERRITER
U.S. ARMY RETIRED
PRESIDENT & CEO of the NATIONAL VETERANS MEMORIAL AND MUSEUM
Demonstrate Inspired Leadership
Lt. General Michael Ferriter (retired) has spent his career building teams and developing leaders and he believes we all have the ability to demonstrate inspired leadership. He’ll present tangible ways to inspire a workforce and create excellence. He’ll share how to build character, confidence and courage to face daily challenges as well as how identify obstacles and strategies to manage whatever comes your way.
- Develop high-performance individuals and teams.
- Sustain knowledge, skills and attributes.
- Incorporate new life skills into leadership.
- Build better team
LTG Ferriter served 35 years in the US Army commanding Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines and International Forces at every level. Commissioned in 1979 as a Second Lieutenant, he has participated in numerous overseas operations such as Operation Restore Hope in Somalia, and Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation New Dawn in Iraq.
He has completed three tours of duty in Iraq in addition to combat service in Somalia, parachuted with Paratroopers and Rangers more than 200 times and served as the lead conduit with the Iraqi government from 2008-2010.
In his last role with the US Army as Commanding General, LTG Ferriter led 75 Army installations and bases, comprised of a 75,000-person workforce, while managing a $12 billion budget. Through his strategic leadership, he successfully cut costs and achieved savings of nearly $3 billion by transforming the way business was conducted and services delivered.
After a successful career with the US Army as an operational leader, he continued his commitment to serve by establishing the Ferriter Group, LLC., a consulting firm that focuses on improving organizations, leaders and teams through a customized approach to refine organizational effectiveness. He has dedicated his civilian career to helping hundreds of veteran-owned businesses, service organizations and associations and remains committed and passionate about serving veterans, military families and families of the Fallen.
Mike and Margie have four children who are invested in military and public service to our country. Throughout his career, he received numerous honors and distinctions for his service to his country.
Sit down lunch will be during keynote .
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