I am the catalyst that gets people fired up! 

Saying the right words and providing information is not enough. There has to be a call-for-action! Straightforward examples and steps-to-follow help your Leaders to move forward and be more successful.

Motivating yourself and others is not easy, and avoiding mistakes by having a good plan is crucial. It takes a positive attitude and the understanding that everyone is constantly watching you.
Learn the competencies that will make you a successful leader and develop a solid plan to ensure your success!


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YOUR CATALYST FOR SUCCESSFUL LEAN IMPLEMENTATION
AND LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT

Speeches

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Your attitude Determines your altitude

Leadership Practices to lead changes
within your organization today

  • People find what they look for. If you only look for problems, that is all you will find!
  • Leaders must define the organization’s vision in a way that highlights the values of the individuals in their group.
  • Listening skills are the most important part of leadership communications.
  • Opportunity has the habit of finding those who have paid the price of preparation.
“The significant problems we face cannot be solved with the same level of thinking we were at when we created them!”
— Albert Einstein
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Combat Boots
Fish Tanks

Leadership Issues to be Solved

In order for leaders to be successful in today’s world
they must face two realities:

  1. Everyone will watch and know about your every decision and action taken.
    • You live and work in a fish tank.
  2. Because of international and local competition, you have to be ready to fight for what you want.
    • You have to lace up your combat boots and prepare for the battle.
“A leader’s attitude is caught by his/her followers more quickly than his/her actions.”
— John C. Maxwell
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Hatching the "Leadership" force within you

by "Darth" Wader

“What lies behind us and what lies ahead of us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.”
— Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • What actions can you take as a leader that will set you ahead of others?
  • What are the habits of those successful leaders you admire?
  • Have you identified your positive and negative habits?
  • Are you ready to change your negative habits and become the Leader you are capable of becoming? 
“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent:
it’s the one most adaptable to change.”
— Charles Darwin
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In today’s fast paced,
constantly changing work environment,
what competencies do leaders need to be successful?

  • A leader needs to be visible as a role model in order to demonstrate his/her breadth of knowledge and understanding of the organizational challenges.
  • A leader should display an aptitude for logic and a desire to challenge the status quo or “alleged wisdom” in order to facilitate free flowing decision making.
  • A leader must posses the ability to be a facilitator with a wide array of knowledge and information coupled with an unquestionable trust, professionalism and an open invitation for dissent.

 

  1. Leaders must define the organization’s vision in a way that highlights the values of their group
  2. Leaders must support people’s efforts to achieve the shared vision through coaching and feedback
  3. A leader should recognize and reward success

 

These three are “basic” to Good Leadership

 

Contact us to customize the training to meet your needs

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Jump-start Your leadership skills

Learn how to develop a Personal Professional Strategic Plan to JUMP-START Your journey to becoming a successful Leader today!

Where innovation is needed—don’t wait for the future, create it!

Where cooperation is needed—identify the points of interest and build a win-win situation.

Where relationships are needed—build trust, diversity and integrity.

Where new technology is needed—don’t be not haphazard, but well-organized and up-to-date.

 
Self–reflection is the first key to becoming a leader!
— Warren Bennis