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Closing General Session: The Little Things Matter

Wednesday, May 18
9:45 - 11:30 a.m.

Maintaining a high level of performance means paying attention to the little things. Jeff "Odie" Espenship, founder of Target Leadership, will share what he has learned about human behaviors as a United States Air Force fighter pilot, an air show performer, and an international airline pilot. He will discuss setting high expectations, speaking up, listening to what is not being said, overcoming complacency, never assuming, and communicating to understanding, all to achieve new heights in life and leadership.


Jeff Espenship Jeff Espenship

Jeff “Odie” Espenship is an international airline pilot, professional speaker, founder of Target Leadership, author, USAF fighter pilot, husband, father, and all around good guy! He graduated from the University of Georgia, received top ROTC graduate honors and was commissioned as an officer in the Air Force. He earned his “silver wings” at Vance AF, Enid, OK where he won the coveted “Commanders Trophy” as the overall top graduate of his entire pilot training class.