Hello. Tori left a message requesting me to send my invitation to you again...we really feel is it vital that now, more than ever, our top military leaders need to hear from the private sector's top leaders (like yourself) so that we can learn from their mistakes and capitalize on their success. I truly hope you will consider speaking to this prestigious group of gentlemen who are the decision makers in our proud military. I look forward to hearing from you.
Lane A. Fabby
Special Assistant, CEE
From: Fabby, Lane
Sent: Thursday, September 20, 2001 9:46 AM
Subject: Speaker Invite
Dear Mr. Lay,
Hello...On behalf of Barry Frew, founding Director of the Center for Executive Education (CEE) located at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California, I would like to invite you to be a guest speaker at the CEE for our Revolution in Business Practices (RBP) Course - we believe you could most definitely add value to our RBP Course for Executive Education which is a two- week, high-quality, customized, executive-level program for Flag Officers, Generals and Senior Executive Service members ( people who truly impact our military). We encourage provocative discussions and would thoroughly enjoy hearing about your experiences and knowledge regarding leadership, management, job satisfaction, retention, rewards, etc.
Our upcoming courses are October 22nd-November 2nd, 2001; February 4th-15th, 2002; June rd-14th, 2002; August 5th-16th, 2002. We are hoping these dates will work for you during one of the scheduled courses. For further information, our main web site is www.cee.nps.navy.mil . Additionally, you can find some of our previous speakers (including Larry Ellison - Oracle, John Chambers - Cisco Systems, Alfred Berkley III - NASDAQ, etc.) at http://www.cee.nps.navy.mil/speakers.htm .
If you have any questions or need additional information, please give me a call...I would love the opportunity to tell you more about who we are and what a difference we are making in the United States military. I anxiously await your response!
Lane A. Fabby