Correct Craft to Hold Second Culture Summit

Bill Yeargin (second from left) will moderate the Summit’s question-and-answer session.

Bill Yeargin (second from left) will moderate the Summit’s question-and-answer session.

Correct Craft will hold a live, online panel for its second Marine Industry Culture Summit, to be held March 3 from 2 to 4 p.m. (ET), the company announced.

“The Marine Industry Culture Summit will be packed with amazing content on how we all can strengthen our organization’s cultures to not just improve our company’s results but also to make lives better,” said Bill Yeargin, Correct Craft president and CEO.

The finale of the summit will include a question-and-answer session, moderated by Yeargin, with Kris Carroll, president of Grady-White Boats; Duane Kuck, president and CEO of Regal Boats; and Paul Singer, president of Centurion and Supreme Boats.

“We have a phenomenal lineup of leaders that have impacted the marine industry,” Yeargin said. “Kris, Duane and Paul’s intentional focus on culture has been apparent throughout their careers. I continue to learn so much from each of them and look forward to hearing what they share.”

Click here to register.


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