Welcome to the Webcast Auditorium!
05/02/2012 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Influential Leadership: Be The Leader Others Want to Follow, Work for & Aspire to Become
(NMS Communications LLC)
What makes some business leaders so highly effective and influential?
Why is it that some have devoted followers and teams that will do anything for them? Their staff, vendors and other circle of influences want to partner with them all the time. What is it that some of the most successful leaders today have that you may be missing? What is that special sauce that makes them so irresistible? The answer is that they know the secrets to exercising their influence and building relationships using tried and true rules of engagement that make others so loyal to them. Loyal staffer, vendors, clients and peers will propel you to advance more quickly than without them. They understand the importance of building TRUST as the grounding force. In this session you will learn the value based leadership tools that help get everyone on the same page. Because what an individual subconsciously believes to be true, or values, is what drives their behavior, being able to identify what your underlying values are will determine the way you build relationships with others. The key to effective leadership is being able to build sustainable relationships and circumventing the chaos that often disrupts harmonious teams and careers. Advancement doesn’t happen without consistency, clarity and great communications. Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to unlock the secret formula that ties all of these elements together to create your own influential leadership? If you’re “done” with all the drama, truly desire to get everyone on the same page and begin moving forward rapidly, this session will give you some much needed insight and a critical tool for doing so.
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