Executive Leadership Series

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

Kevin Ames 1 2023

Great Work and Appreciation

presented by Kevin Ames
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After years of researching award winning work and appreciation in the work place, here’s what we’ve discovered.

Great Work is the kind of work that makes a difference people love. And Appreciated people love making a difference!

Come join us to discover the 5 keys to producing Great Work and power of Appreciation to inspire engagement.

Spencer Holt 1

Accelerating Team Performance

presented by Spencer Holt
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"Alone We Can Do So Little. Together We Can Do So Much" – Helen Keller

The ability to bring out the best in yourself, and others, is essential to being a leader who’s capable of cultivating high-performing teams. In this session we will explore what the most successful leaders do to take teams from good to great. Each leader will walk away with tangible tools and steps to change both the culture and performance of their teams.

  • High Performing teams – what is your role?
  • Why belonging matter in high performing teams?
  • Teamwork in a virtual world - what is different?
  • Aspiring 10x growth
Jonathan Nabrotzky 1

Coaching Organizational Culture

presented by Jonathan Nabrotzky
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COACHING ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE - Keys to Implementing Transformational Change
Key Objectives
- Cover the Reality Model - Where Change Happens
- Cover The four keys to creating the right culture
- What you measure
- What you emphasize
- What you teach
- How you lead
- How to apply this to your business and leadership style
Ty Johnston

Road To Hire, Train to Retain

presented by Ty Johnston
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Effective leaders install systems of proactivity and minimize their reactive state. We’ll take a real-world approach in “Road to the Hire” and introduce three proven talent acquisition strategies. Beyond the hire, if you aren’t leading high impact training you aren’t leading. We’ll introduce the PSD™, Practical Skills Development training model that you can use to grow talent.

Main Topics:
+Defining Top Tier Talent
+Continuous Recruiting Strategies
+Effective Interviews
+Leading Training that Retains

Diana Guetschow

Art of Coaching Skills Transference

presented by Diana Guetschow
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In this course, trainees will be taught the following objectives: 

Understand how to balance the art and science of coaching

Reflective coaching and leadership model

KOLB Learning Model and how to apply it to coaching

Skill transfer process

Impact Utah

Team Building and Continuous Improvement

presented by Impact Utah
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This hands-on training is designed specifically for teams to review, apply, and experience proven principles of team-based excellence while working in small “pit crew” teams with NASCAR-type car.The experience includes a follow-up session to work on a project of your choice. In the Pit Crew Challenge teams learn continuous improvement principles, the importance and value of clear communication, and the thrill of true teamwork used to deliver results.


ROI for the Pit Crew experience

+Improved alignment & engagement

+Team & co-worker recognition

+A renewed sense of individual leadership

+Eliminating waste and non-value activities

+Team understanding with direct communication

+Clarity in personal position & ownership within a team

+Sharpened employee interaction skill sets

+Recognition of the positive effects of incremental change

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.

Managing Up and Down

presented by Joe Nabrotzky
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The managerial relationships, both with your own boss and the relationships you have with those you lead, have the biggest impact on being fully engaged and loving your job OR full of frustration and ready to quit.  

Learn how to best set yourself up for a better relationship with your boss by managing up, and how holding effective one-on-ones and delegating can improve how you manage down.

Main topics:
• Effective one-on-ones
• The 4 critical conversations in every managerial relationship
• Delegating


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


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


presented by Jodi Brown
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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


What Our Clients Say

  • I feel like it was high impact and in a large part due to time and frequency. Any more spread out and you lose the accountability, even though I hated the accountability factor.

    Lifetime Wes Guy, Logistics Director (2)
  • I really liked the instructors, the content.

    Lifetime Mitch Johnson, Engineer Category Director
  • I was in awe, at the wealth of knowledge and insight that was standing right in front of me. We are all humans and we all contribute to this world going around, but there was a distinct feeling of being in the presence of greatness and I am incredibly grateful to have had this opportunity.

    Davis Technical College Amanda Hollingsworth, Director of Service Professions and Academic Development Programs