Executive Leadership Series

A six-session series designed to bolster communications, evolve companies, and elevate leadership skills


presented by Kevin Ames
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Becoming a highly effective leader is a journey. From the original desire to build a successful organization to the realization of the results we seek, effective leadership is the key. In this dynamic workshop you will discover the path to highly effective leadership and the critical steps to take along the way.

In this workshop you will learn: The Five Steps to a Successful Journey

  • How to begin the journey: the starting place of all achievement
  • The power of influence; and the 3 keys to achieving it
  • The real definition of engagement; and how to get it
  • The collective power that leads to great culture
  • The secret to sustained organizational success

Come prepared for an interactive, insightful, and inspiring learning experience!


“When you were made a leader, you weren’t given a crown, you were given the responsibility to bring out the best in others.” – Jack Welch

How to Build a Winning Culture

presented by Jonathan Nabrotzky
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HOW TO BUILD A WINNING CULTURE - Keys to Implementing Transformational Change
Key Objectives
- Cover the Reality Model - Where Change Happens
- Exercise 1 - Bringing the Reality Model to life in your business
- Cover The four keys to creating the right culture
- Exercise 2 - How to create a plan for transformational change (why, how, when and where)


presented by Sui Lang Panoke
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  • IDENTITY: Strengthening Your Mind
    • Clarifying Your Perspective
      • Elevating Your Consciousness
      • Self-Awareness. Self-Reflection. Self-Examination.
      • Self-Discovery
  • VOICE: Power Conversations
    • Developing & Delivering Your Message
      • Social & Power Dynamics
      • iValues Conversation Model
      • Power Conversations
  • BRAND: Deepening Your Impact
    • Building a Trusted Brand
      • Circle of Trust
      • Self-Awareness. Self-Reflection. Self-Examination.
      • Power Equity Tool


presented by Dan Clark
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Dan teaches the purpose of a leader is to grow more leaders who believe what you believe – not generate more followers. When everybody feels like a valued ‘influencer with a voice’ they lead with and without a title – regardless of age, race, gender or experience. Using his three-step A.R.T. process, Dan focuses specifically on leadership and increases:

  • Awareness That The Culture Of Any Organization Is Created Between The Strongest Belief, Highest Expectation And Best Behavior The Leader Lives By - And The Weakest Belief, Lowest Expectation And Worst Behavior The Leader Tolerates.
  • Refinement of Your Personal Power Found In S.E.R.V. – Self Worth, Execution, Reputation, Visibility.
  • Transformation with a Specific Plan That Creates A Culture Of Significant Partners Who Hold Themselves Accountable And Care As Much About The Organization As The Leaders Do.

Mindset Take-A-Ways: Inspired people don’t have to be motivated knowing they never have to get ready – they stay ready!


presented by Jodi Orgill Brown
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Key Learning Objectives:

Neuroplasticity: How Habits Break or Build Innovation (Backwards Bicycle from "Smarter Every Day", Destin Sandlin)

Powerful People = Empowered Teams, The New Model of Leadership (Great Work, O.C. Tanner Company)

Creating Systems for Innovation and Great Work (Tiny Habits, B.J. Fogg, Ph.D. Stanford University)

Exploring the Known, Unknown, & Mystery Zones: Five Kata Questions to Promote Innovation and Improvement (Toyota Kata Culture, Mike Rother, Lean Enterprise Institute)

Scientific Thinking: Rules Management vs Procedural Management (Mike Rother)





presented by Mark Carpenter
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We’ve been talking since we were small children. So, why is clear, accurate communication so difficult in the workplace? In addition to practicing open communication, leaders must foster good communication practices among their team members. In this session, we will discuss principles and skills for creating a culture of open communication, even around difficult subjects and in tense situations. Topics we will cover include:

- Barriers to effective communication, both internal and external

- How your preferred style in stressful situations impacts communication overall

- The impact of language – verbal and non-verbal

- Listening as the beginning of all communication

- Coaching for conflict prevention as well as resolution

- The power of accountability and recognition

Building a Coaching Culture

presented by Joe Nabrotzky
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Whether you lead employees, lead a household of children, or are trying to lead yourself to results you want, great leaders know how to coach - from the boardroom to the family room.

Leave knowing how to apply the GROW model, a simple coaching framework you can immediately use during the next quick check-in, team meeting, or one-on-one to help others solve problems, overcome obstacles, or reach repeatable results faster, better and with more buy-in.  

As a bonus, get practical self-coaching tips and tools to 1) manage the thoughts in your own mind, where all your power lies, 2) improve your emotional intelligence and resilience, while also moving from stressed out or stuck to confident and committed, and 3) take action to get the results you’ve always wanted.

The Immutable Laws of Elite Sales Leadership

presented by Rob Jeppsen
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Over the last 19 months, 74% of all companies have changed the way they buy. But only 17% have changed the way they sell and less than 5% have changed the way they lead their sales teams.

Rob Jeppsen has won 18 Stevie Awards for Sales Leadership and is the coach to many of the world's most successful sales leaders worldwide. Join him in this highly interactive session as he shares how to make how you lead your most impactful and most defensible competitive advantage.

In this session, attendees will be introduced to 6 laws proven to create impact in high-performing sales organizations worldwide. Attendees will be introduced to "Immutable Laws" they can use immediately in their own sales environments.

Since sales is a "winner take all" environment, small improvements often result in disproportionate results. This session will provide every attendee with tactical insights to help them create these meaningful improvements quickly.

Elite Sales Leaders create life-changing impact with the people they lead. Join us and leave with a new commitment to sales leadership and new insights about how to best engage those you lead.

Understanding the Language of Leadership

presented by Shawn Newell
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In every aspect of our lives we act in some form of leadership.  Our leadership is not solely based on forging a pathway to the accomplishment of strategic goals.  To reach the goals we desire, in business and in life, we must consider the language we use in our daily interactions.

The goal is to leave this interactive experience with new and viable tools to help better the navigation of inclusive relationships with employees, customers and people in our personal lives.  This will in turn aid in the development or improvement toward positive workplace cultures. 

Potential takeaways will include improved communication and understanding of 1) better awareness of cultural sensitivities, 2) constructive and destructive language and 3) to gain a better understanding of the importance of inclusive language in the workplace.

Shield to the Left Leadership

presented by Joshua Adams
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Every leader should always be judged by two standards: The results they achieved through the people they lead, and the way those results were achieved.  During this training participants will learn how to adopt an effective way of leading known as the “Shields to the Left” principle.  Topics include:

  • Etymological and anthropological studies and examples from high-performing cultures and organizations
  • The phalanx method of developing, training, and implementing team strengths
  • The role of self-sacrifice within the scope of highly effective leadership and team performance
  • The Perspective Approach 4E Process of forging cultural standards


presented by Kristen Toone
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  1. Experience the consequences of win-lose and win-win strategies
  2. Learn how to gain win-win relationships
  3. Understand what trust means and how to build it
  4. Identify trust issues within organizations
  5. Learn how to drive accountability
  6. Discover the 3 Reasons why things don’t happen
  7. Interrogate the why without asking why
  8. Practice the Valuing process
  9. Set personal goals for improving trust

Public Speaking for Leaders

presented by Kevin Ames
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  1. The Art of Presentation 

The purpose of an effective presentation is to inform the mind, inspire the heart, and equip the hands … to enable people to learn. Your mission is not to transmit information but to transform learners. 

    2. Finding Your Purpose 

Designing a presentation without an audience in mind is like writing a love letter and addressing it ‘to whom it may concern. 

    3. Facing Our Fears 

It is not failure itself that holds you back; it is the fear of failure that paralyzes you. 

    4. Making an Impact 

They may forget what you said, but they should never forget how you made them feel. 

Performance is not about getting your act together, but about opening up to the energy of the audience. 

Series II PRICE: ONLY $1499

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