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Wed Nov 11 2015 at 09:00 pm EDT
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Mon Apr 4 2016 at 03:10 am EDT
On Learn It Live Since:
Tuesday Feb 12, 2013
Group Classes (36)
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Are you a cattle herder or a cat herder? Find out in this fun and insightful program that shares the latest thinking and research about leadership and what types of leaders produce the best results. In this seminar, Don Shapiro, co-author of The Character-Based Leader, will inspire you to embrace your role as a leader and learn how to develop a leadership character that can build trust. Not all leadership methods are equal when it comes to producing results. While most leadership ideas can help you work better with your people, that alone will not raise your people's performance enough to actually boost results. Research shows there are certain types of leaders that produce higher sales, profits, customer satisfaction, teamwork, employee engagement and employee retention. In community organizations, they get more enthusiastic involvement and commitment from volunteers. Great leadership is about trust and building that trust is about your character...who you are. It's not about your title, position, power or authority. You can be a great leader without a title and having a title does not make you a leader. It's also not about using good human relations techniques. While that can improve how well you deal with people, it takes a lot more than techniques to build the type of trust that can produce exceptional performance. People trust your character, not your title or techniques. When you lead from a character that builds trust, your people will enthusiastically join you in pursuing your goals. Leadership character is a combination of your values and principles, how you see your role as a leader and your attitude toward those you lead. That includes integrity, respect, humility and servant leadership. This seminar will explore the type of leadership character that builds trust and how you can grow into this type of leader.
Barbara Hopperstad
Wellness Talks
Recorded: Sep 30, 2015 at 01:30 pm EDT
Based on the latest book from Martin Seligman, the founder of Positive Psychology, this talk explains provides a definition of well-being and provides many exercises and resources to increase your own sense of well-being.
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Do you find yourself wondering how others get what they want in a mindful, thoughtful way? How do successful people understand difficulties and determine courses of actions to take with and through others? How do you build a coalition and create followership? In this one hour introductory course about influence, participants will: 1) Analyze surroundings and develop "other" awareness 2) Identify different influence styles 3) Develop a strategy for developing influence and harnessing influential power ethically and responsibly
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Larry Mohl is the CEO of Jamstir, Inc. and a founding principal of Performance Inspired, Inc. Larry started his career as an engineer in communications systems research, product development, and engineering management at Motorola, Inc. He became an early leader in corporate social networking by pioneering “Communities of Practice” as the head of Knowledge Management at Motorola University. After helping to re-vitalize Motorola’s Personal Communications Sector as the head of leadership, learning, and performance, Larry served as the Chief Learning Officer for The American Express Company and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. In these roles he led innovative company-wide efforts in leadership development, learning, and talent management. Larry is the co-author of the Wall Street Journal best selling book “Networking is Dead: Making Connections that Matter”. He has been featured as the cover story in Chief Learning Officer Magazine and has appeared in Training Magazine, Talent Management Magazine, CIO Magazine, and the Atlanta Journal Constitution. He is a sought after speaker and frequent expert panelist on a broad array of organizational topics. Larry holds three international patents and is an award winning professional musician and composer. His innovative work to use music as a tool in business helps corporations inspire higher levels of engagement, commitment, and brand advocacy.
Neil Ihde is a speaker, lecturer, consultant and founder of Life IQ®, where he motivates groups and individuals to work, play, relate and live intelligently. He has worked with numerous managers, directors, corporate leaders, and teams to improve their personal and professional effectiveness. Neil's list of Fortune 500 companies he has worked with includes Wal-Mart, Merrill Lynch, Pearson, and Gannett among others. Neil has also consulted internationally with clients from a dozen countries. He is the co-author of the book "When Would Now Be A Good Time?" and was recently a personality consultant to Woman's World magazine. Neil and his wife Deb have two children and live in Appleton, Wisconsin.
As the driving force behind global business consultancy powerhouse, the Brilliance Institute, founder and CEO, Simon T. Bailey innovates and inspires organizational transformation among the world's largest corporations. Recognized internationally as one of the Top 25 Speakers shaping the speaking profession, Simon has impacted the lives of more than 1 million people with his counsel from the C-Suite to the front lines for clients including, Verizon, Microsoft, Wells Fargo, Met-Life, Omni Hotels & Resorts, IBM and Procter and Gamble through his forward-thinking interactive sessions and action-oriented programs.
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