Green of J.P. Morgan to Lead Master Talk on the Power of Execution for STRIPES Leadership Program
AUG 30, 2021 - 6:22 am
Equipment finance industry leader Matthew Green, head of equipment finance at J.P. Morgan, will lead a Master Talk on The Power of Execution & Why Selling Yourself Matters for STRIPES Leadership Program, the professional and personal leadership development program designed to challenge and inspire best-in-class leaders within the equipment finance industry in partnership with Monitor.
Great leadership starts with self-awareness. In order to be an effective leader, you must understand your own unique characteristics to strengthen not just individual performance but team performance. In this Master Talk, Green will identify those character traits that allow you to bring a distinctive advantage to your career.
“It is important to understand your unique background and underlying core competencies as well as the idiosyncrasies of your institution to succeed in earning a leadership role within your workplace and beyond,” Green said.
STRIPES Leadership Program is a 10-month, rich and unique leadership development experience. With a mixture of assessments, Master Talks are just one component of the comprehensive program tapestry, which includes Master Workshops, mentor modules, breakthrough discussions and leadership development plans. Launching in September, the program will cultivate a transformative journey to leadership advancement. The curriculum is designed to present opportunities for participants to expand both personally and professionally to enhance their leadership potential.
“Self-awareness provides a profound sense of clarity that is crucial to leading any team or organization,” Lisa Rafter, CEO and founder of STRIPES Leadership Program, said. “In Matt’s Master Talk, participants will discover the importance of introspection in leadership and learn the value of self-awareness in both professional and personal settings.”
As head of equipment finance at J.P. Morgan, Green is responsible for establishing strategic vision and corporate partnerships across all lines of business. Green previously managed a team of originators in the Midwest and Northeast as well as the capital markets team. Prior to his role in equipment finance, Green was co-founder of the middle-market focused syndicated finance group within J.P. Morgan’s commercial bank. He was responsible for originating, structuring, pricing and syndicating bank and institutional loans for middle-market clients. Prior to joining J.P. Morgan in 2011, Green held various capital markets and distressed asset positions within BMO Capital Markets. Most notably, Green was part of BMO Capital Markets’ distressed asset group, where his team was responsible for analyzing the risk associated with the firm’s troubled credit portfolio during the Great Recession. Green has more than 18 years of experience in leasing, lending, portfolio management and debt capital markets.
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