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Thinkership – The Practice of Mindful Preparedness
Whether your challenges are in individual performance, team building, addressing conflict, competition, sales, product development, financial results, personal development or any other aspect of the business, thinking is at root of every solution. And the stronger your commitment to advancing thinking over doing, the stronger, more complete every solution becomes … learn more.
Management isn’t leadership and for many managers making the transition to leader isn’t as easy as it appears. The competencies and practices that leaders must develop are different than the competencies and practices of a manager.
This presentation highlights the primary differences between management and leadership as well as the steps required to cross the bridge from being a manager to becoming an exceptional leader.
Watch your step! Navigating a mine field is only dangerous if you don’t know where the mines are. Randy will show your leadership team, landmines are 100% controllable actions, inactions, behaviors and language which can negatively impact a leader’s ability to grow a business through the skills of others.
Avoiding leadership landmines, means leadership is done right the first time, without creating a mess to clean up after the fact.
What most leaders really want is an organization that runs smoothly and efficiently. This objective is readily achieved with fully engaged employees. Employees that are engaged feel passionate about their jobs, are committed to the organization, and put discretionary effort into their work.A disengaged employee will generate unexpected costs and unwelcome turmoil. In today’s competitive work environment, knowing what drives exceptional performance is critical to long-term success. This presentation will share the key drivers for engaging employees and the strategies, techniques and tips to achieve a fully engaged team.