Programs Tagged With "Leading"
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Why "Manage People" needs to be removed from acadamia.
A common academic subject that is explored by under graduate and graduate business students is "Managing People." This presentations outlines why people must be lead, processes must be managed and the destructive results that happens to organizations when these two lines are crossed. Using a phone, a chair, and a desk, attendees will never forget these principles and will leaving understanding why... (MORE)
Clark Lowe Travels From Middletown, NY
Identify areas in which you are most effective and which need improvement. Ensure your organization can develop leaders who meet these needs.
Click on the link to watch Paul explain this session ... https://vimeo.com/47919114
If you hold a leadership role in your organization, there are four demands from you that are each unique and have different needs. These demands are: What the Market Place needs from you, What the business needs from you, What your people need from you, and finally, What are your personal needs? Each of these ... (MORE)
Paul Bridle Travels From Toronto, Ontario (Canada)
Doing the Right Thing Before It's Popular
Leadership is something that we talk about, develop and work to perfect. Throughout life, we have opportunities to set an example and be a leader, or we can sit back and wait for someone else to step up to the plate. If we choose to lead our life at the front of the pack, we have the chance to make a difference. We will impact those around us, and through determination and commitment, we will teac... (MORE)
Ernie Beltz Jr. Travels From Austin, TX
7 Stellar Ways to Coach Bosses to Best
Not every bad boss is essentially evil. Let's face it, most of us behave badly based on unresolved childhood issues, fear of success or failure and/or when we "lose face."
Some leaders unwittingly treat their people badly. This program is focused on how to help these types of bosses wake up and smell the coffee. This is NOT a program for people who actually know they're treating people badly and ... (MORE)
Ms. Michelle Berry Travels From Ithaca, NY
Leading with Excellence
Mastery in top-notch leadership. She shows you how excellent leadership is an art! To be a leading artist or a truly leading leader is to use the same principles of this keynote or workshop:
• Have a vision
• Know what attitude you are communicating
• Be an inspiration
• Know your style
• Know the importance of creativity
Through compelling stories (e.g., learn how the pope us... (MORE)
Nancy Noonan Travels From DENVER, CO
Sales In The "New Bazaar"
Sales in what Joseph O'Connor and Robin Prior, in their book, "Successful Selling with NLP..." call The "Old Bazaar" was all about persuasion. Sales in the "New Bazaar" is about influence. Tom Goetschius has developed a sales philosophy and program built on over 25 years of research and hands on experience that centers on a consumer centric approach that builds relationships and trust. It's not bu... (MORE)
Mr. Tom Goetschius RRP Travels From Orlando, FL
How to Lead, Manage and Influence others when you’re not in charge.
Leadership is possible no matter where you are in an organization’s hierarchy. People in management and leadership positions had to start somewhere – and most of them got where they are by proving themselves as leaders before they were placed in a position to lead. But the difficult part is knowing what actions to take – and when. In this program I will share with you strategies that will he... (MORE)
The Transition Man Travels From Chicago, IL
Managing a crisis is a defining moment for a leader
Chaos/crisis/challenges represents a defining moment for a leader – these situations help them truly understand what they are capable of. In these challenging times, there is always a sense of denial in the early stages – people question “this cannot be really happening”. The key is to get out in front of the crisis/problem as early as you can. (MORE)
Chris Ruisi Travels From Holmdel, NJ