EAGLE SYSTEMS FOUNDER FEATURED IN EXECUTIVE LECTURE SERIES
OREM, Utah — Steve Shallenberger, founder of Eagle Systems is the featured speaker of the Woodbury School of Business Reed and Christine Halladay Executive Lecture Series. The lecture will take place on Thursday, Sept. 20 at noon in the Ragan Theater on the Utah Valley University campus.
Shallenberger has more than 40 years of experience as a professional corporate trainer, is a successful business owner and senior executive. In 1976 Shallenberger launched Eagle Systems, a national printing, publishing and sales company. After finishing his education at the Harvard Business School, Shallenberger helped build the world-renowned Covey Leadership Center, working alongside the late Stephen R. Covey.
"Shallenberger has been a key leader in the publishing and sales industries," said Eugene Seeley, associate dean of the Woodbury School of Business. “As a respected leader, Shallenberger will share valuable advice on the benefits of business leadership in the community."
The Woodbury School sponsors the weekly Reed and Christine Halladay Executive Lecture Series as a way to bridge the gap between the world of business and management education. The public is invited to attend all lectures.