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Effective Leadership through Motivation, Inspiration, & Perspiration! Whether you’re an established business owner or an aspiring entrepreneur, if you are looking to make a change, in the long term the numerical argument will not lead you to success. You need to lead yourself there with motivation, inspiration, and some good old-fashioned perspiration, even in the face of a challenge.

 
 
 

30 & 60 Minute

KEYNOTEs

 
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DESCRIPTION

Fear barriers are the worries, the questions, the psychological walls we build up as we challenge ourselves to do something new or different. Sometimes we fear the unknown. Sometimes we fear failure. Other people actually fear success and feel apprehensive about the changes—more responsibility, more stress, a higher profile—that can accompany it. Personal development, for anyone, is impossible without the capability to overcome these hurdles. In my motivational keynotes, I tell people that they have two options when they identify a fear barrier: They can either face it, learn how to break through, and continue working toward their goal; or they can let it bully them back into safety, and they stop moving forward. 

 

30 Minute Keynote

  • 15 Minute Talk
  • 15 Minute Q&A

 

60 Minute Keynote

  • 30 Minute Talk
  • 30 Minute Q&A
 
 

1/2 Day

WORKSHOP

 
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DESCRIPTION

The savviest leaders have a highly attuned level of personal awareness, and they extend this awareness to their teams, both assessing the fear barriers that their employees face and enabling them with the skills to break through them. Once leaders understand their teams’ talents and motivations, they can make strategic decisions about how to maneuver each employee within the organization for maximum results.

 

INCLUDES

  • 3-4 Hour Half DayWorkshop
  • Up to 30 Minute Breakout Session
  • 1 - 60 Minute Mastermind Call/Month
 
 

FULL DAY

WORKSHOP

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DESCRIPTION

Business is a numbers game—right? In MBA programs, in investment circles, and even in our popular conception of what defines a successful business, we value financially driven estimates of performance, health, and worth. If you can break even in three years, you’ll make it. If the profits and loss statements are sound, the business is healthy.
But a business’s financial standing is only half the story. The other critical factors that contribute to an entity’s inevitable success or failure don’t appear in the annual report: the quality of leadership and the health of its culture. When I speak to corporations, one of the biggest challenges is pushing them to break through the surface level of jargon—what I refer to as “pink clouds, unicorns, and the Easter bunny”—commonly used to describe corporate culture and get to the meat of what their company’s real-life culture is and how it is shaped. 
The truth is that while firms might tout an exceptional culture to attract new talent, many of today’s companies prioritize numbers-based performance and incentives above all; they turn people into calculations instead of investing in their personal development as long-term assets. Within such cultures, it’s difficult for talented workers to evolve into future leaders and company champions. In these environments, it’s hard for people to be themselves.

 

INCLUDES

  • 6-8 Hour Full Day Workshop
  • Up to 60 Minute Breakout Session
  • 2 - 60 Minute Mastermind Calls/Month