Is not paved with lackluster talent.
Is yours the type of organization and leadership that attracts, retains, — and develops – the best?
For more on working with me directly to create and execute a talent strategy that accelerates business results, write to me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Planning Your Virtual Conference or Event?
Want to Emerge in More Than Just Fits and Starts? “Three of Eight” is my brand new talk on the 3 most critical factors of Magnificent Leadership® for leading right now, including the practical application for everyday challenges such as team morale, leading effectively from home, meeting deadlines and keeping standards high, and doing more than just reacting to problems and instead, getting out in front to drive success.
Email me for booking information: email@example.com
I’ve been delivering virtual keynotes this year at organizations like Floor & Décor, Caterpillar, and Deloitte and at conferences like the National Association of Corporate Treasurers and the Wells Fargo Retail Summit.
More Webinar Topics for Your Virtual Conferences and Events:
Reconnecting with Resilience™: The 4 Key Investments for Leading through COVID and Beyond
The 4 key investments to make in yourself and your team to successfully navigate the future
VIP Velvet Rope Offering: Customized Roundtable Discussion for Your Select Attendees
You choose whom to invite, we craft a signature offering that can only be found through you, and I bring unique content and lead a discussion among participants
Magnificent Leadership® – Keys to Leading through Uncertainty with Success
Transform Uncertainty, Transcend Circumstance, and Claim the Future: Applying the 8 key factors
Six Month Strategy – Planning During Uncertainty
How to create and execute a responsive strategy for uncertain and volatile times
Bringing the Outside In: Cultivating the Soil of Entrepreneurship in Your Organization
How to foster speed, grow innovation, and encourage hustle
Magnificent Leadership®: Building Self-Correcting Teams™
Forget high performance and instead build a team that can function without you