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Executing Your 2022 Business Plans:
Going Beyond Your Blind Spots

January 19 | 2-4pm ET

January marks the start of a new fiscal year for many organizations – and with the new year come new goals, strategies and plans. 

But if the past year is any indication, the new year will bring more change, and yet more unpredictability – from continued impacts of the pandemic to supply chain issues, inflation and worker shortages. 

As an executive or manager, you may be wondering how to give your strategies and plans the best chances for success in today’s rapidly changing business environment. 

Join Vanto Group for a free two-hour workshop to learn from our 25+ years of experience helping companies like yours achieve breakthrough results, even in the face of unpredictable circumstances. 

9 out of 10 executives and directors who have attended our workshops said they would recommend them to a friend or colleague.

register today!

During this workshop, you will have an opportunity to discover:

  • A unique and proven methodology for setting future-driven business targets and achieving breakthrough results
  • The power of shared vision for the future to dramatically elevate team performance
  • The unseen “blind spots” that get in the way of success, and how to overcome them



Presented By:

Ruy Castelan

Senior Consultant, Vanto Group

Ruy Castelan is a Senior Consultant at Vanto Group, a global consulting firm specializing in creating organizational alignment and developing high-performance teams.

He brings more than 25 years of experience designing and implementing large-scale organizational transformation projects for clients in North and Latin America.

Prior to joining Vanto Group, Ruy held executive positions in the areas of negotiations, production planning, sales, and marketing. He holds a degree in Chemical Engineering from the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM) in Mexico.