There are opportunities for us to learn from everyday life situations . . . every day . . . but only if we look for them and take time to reflect on and digest them.
Currently we are sharing a common experience, that I know we can learn much from – and learn different things than you might think (if you are reading this from outside the U.S. the lessons are just as valuable). And as the U.S. Presidential campaign and election process draws to a close, there are many business and leadership lessons we can take away from the mistakes and triumphs of the candidates - including how to translate what you've watched, read and listened to for nearly two years into your own leadership successes.
While the Presidential candidates’ roles are likely very different from your corporate leadership role in many ways, their executive leadership examples (both positive and negative) can help us create an assessment of our own leadership skills.
Join me for a thought-provoking (and completely apolitical) teleseminar where you’ll learn:
- 3 approaches to change and how you can use them
- 5 tools for better long term organizational development
- 5 lessons in creativity you can use in your business
- 7 keys to better public speaking
- 3 relationship strategies that will make a difference
- 5 keys to successful transitions - making change happen more effectively
Whether you are focused on upper level corporate leadership or supervisor training, you will find ideas, tips, techniques and skills that you can apply immediately. Whether it’s change management, tools for long term organizational development, relationship strategies, public speaking guidelines or ideas for successful transitions …the lessons are endless and yours for the taking!
With a focus on learning and growth, not politics, and more observation and less judgement, this will be the most innovative leadership skills training you will participate in this year! I hope you’ll join me!
Yours in learning,
Chief Potential Officer
The Kevin Eikenberry Group
p.s. Check out this video of a recent interview I gave on the lessons we can learn from today's political environment.
Chief Potential Officer
The Kevin Eikenberry Group
Kevin Eikenberry is a world renowned leadership expert, a two-time bestselling author, speaker, consultant, trainer, coach, leader, learner, husband and father (not necessarily in that order).
Kevin is the Chief Potential Officer of The Kevin Eikenberry Group, a leadership and learning consulting company that has been helping organizations, teams and individuals reach their potential since 1993. Kevin’s specialties include leadership, teams and teamwork, organizational culture, facilitating change, organizational learning and more.
Kevin’s philosophy in business and in life is that every person and every organization have extraordinary potential. Investments of time, energy, focus and money are required for that potential to be realized. He believes learning is an active, ongoing process, not a passive, one-time event. Learning, work and life should be fun; and, if we are doing it right, work (and learning) is play.
He has worked with Fortune 500 companies, small firms, universities, government agencies, hospitals, and more. His client list includes the American Red Cross, A & W Canada, Chevron Phillips Chemical Company, John Deere, Purdue University, Sears Canada, Shell, Southwest Airlines, the U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Mint, Verizon and many more.
He is the bestselling author of Remarkable Leadership: Unleashing Your Leadership Potential One Skill at a Time; Vantagepoints on Learning and Life; LeadershipTweet: 140 Bite Sized Ideas to Help You Become the Leader You Were Born to Be; and the co-author of From Bud to Boss: Secrets to a Successful Transition to Remarkable Leadership. Kevin also has been a contributor to thirteen Training and Development Sourcebooks since 1997.
What is a teleseminar?
A teleseminar, sometimes referred to as an audio conference or webinar, is a live training presentation conducted via the internet and telephone. Participants dial-in at a designated time to hear the speaker over the phone (or streaming through the computer if they choose) and view the presentation on their computer screen.
How do teleseminars work?
In advance of the conference, you will receive an email with the dial-in number and passcode for the call and a link to the presentation materials. Be sure to allow approximately ten minutes before the conference start time, to dial-in and be placed into the call.
How can I register?
1) Online using the register/order buttons above.
2) Call customer service at 317-387-1424, extension 2.
How do I get the presentation materials?
In advance of the conference, you will receive an email with the dial-in number and passcode for the call and a link to the presentation materials.
What is an Audio CD?
The Audio CD is an audio recording of the teleseminar. You can listen to the CD in a CD player or through the CD drive in your computer. CDs are shipped approximately 7 - 10 business days after the teleseminar date and include all presentation materials.
Can I invite my colleagues/staff to listen in with me?
Absolutely. The registration price includes a single telephone connection, but there is no limit or extra cost for additional people to listen.