Date: February 24, 2022
Time: 9:00 am – 11:00 am
Cost: $149 ($126 if registered by 2/10)
In the world of business, ‘profitability’ is king, but the most significant contribution a good leader makes isn’t really focused on the bottom line. It’s the focus on people—on relationships—on developing employees. If your company wants to become an ‘employer of choice’, especially during a time of worker shortages, you need strong leadership and a culture that encourages teamwork. Good leaders are effective because they know what it takes to cultivate that culture. They understand employees will work hard if given the right tools, guidance, and reason. They also understand you earn the respect of those around you by adding value and making a significant difference in their lives.
Based on the work of manufacturing industry’s Bob Chapman, CEO of Barry-Wehmiller; Simon Sinek, author of Start With Why; and leadership guru John C. Maxwell, you will discover
- 5 ways to rejuvenate and re-energize your organization’s culture
- A new, old way of leading and making a difference
- Keys to being a good people-centric leader
- How commitment, contributions, teamwork and community spirit each play a part
- Advantages to aligning with the philosophy of “The Truly Human Institute”
About the Presenter: Susan Hileman, Founder, Red Day Communications. Susan has spent more than 25 years serving manufacturing; the last 15 years as a Strategic Business Advisor for the NWIRC. Susan is a graduate of Clarion University with degrees in Business Management and Speech Communication. She is a certified John Maxwell Group Team member and trained in DISC Behavioral Profiling. Susan is a proud veteran of the U.S. Air Force and owner of Red Day Communications providing motivational speaking, consulting and training for business and civic organizations since 2011.
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