Programs Tagged With "entrepreneurial"
An Entrepreneur is a unique species. They possess certain instincts that can drive them to become wildly successful. That’s why we admire the skills and successes of many high-profile entrepreneurs. If we pay close attention, there’s a whole lot that we can learn from them. As a professional, identifying and applying entrepreneurial instincts can help you take “ownership” of your career and reach your true potential. As an organization, you can build an army of motivated entrepreneurs who’ll propel you to new heights. In this session you and your team will learn the “11 Killer Instincts of Entrepreneurship” and how to apply them individually and collectively: The Solution-Seeker Instinct: How to constantly recognize and implement new ideas that solve important problems The Detective Instinct: How to ensure success by using venture-capitalist-style due-diligence on new ideas, projects, and strategic plans The Legitimate-Leader Instinct: How to rally the troops to a ca...
Rhythms In Business will leave your attendees feeling: â€¢ Energized by the Drum Circle Effects â€¢ A Sense of team by Creating Unity â€¢ Empowered with Positive Comradery . Develop Leadership Qualities. Marvelless Mark uses Drumsticks to demonstrate the importance of different aspects of your organization. Team building that creates an ideal platform for working together to achieve common objectives. You will learn to: Do what's best for the team Honor and respect all team members. Especially your unsung heroes Check your Ego at the door "Marvelless Mark delivered information in an energetic, amusing and Understandable Way!" -William B., SteadFast Productions Utilize Rhythms in Business for Opening or Closing of Conferences/General sessions, product launches, special events, team building, incentive, and training programs. High Energy, Highly Interactive. The presentation that rocks, Check out the video,
In this fast-paced world, we need to be continually innovating to stay competitive. Therefore, leading for innovation is now a "must" - not discretionary. How do you lead for breakthrough innovation? It's about communication - what happens in the room. What happens in the room is driven by what I call the "enablers" in your business that create the culture, the unspoken rules, the unspoken code of conduct that unbeknownst to you, are directing your team. Where do blockbuster ideas come from and how do you identify them? In a dynamic presentation filled with anecdotes and stories from the Fortune 500, small businesses that made big marks, and audience participation - peppered with wit and humor - we'll have fun finding out how your audience can boost their bottom line through innovation. Let's find the magic!