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Overview: Leadership is a noble profession. It all starts by mastering the leadership of self. Then you have the right to start to deliberately influence and lead others. The most effective way to lead is to set the example.
You and I have deeply developed habits of behavior. First we must discover why and how we currently handle the critical behaviors of great leadership. What is our unconscious state of mind when it comes to each habit? What do other people see when they watch us? How do we change and develop new habits?
We will delve into each behavior that is needed for you to be a great leader. This will include tools to help you assess yourself, develop and design a system of follow up to insure you continue to improve.
Why should you Attend: You do not need to reinvent the wheel. The marks of great leaders have left a clear trail that you can choose to follow. No matter what level of leadership you are currently at, the time to start your focused journey is now. Even if you do not lead many people, you need to develop these habits for any success you wish to attain.
The remarkable thing about these habits is that they are "not rocket science" they are fundamental, basic and common to all great leaders. The key is to realize where you are now and what exactly it is you have to change or develop to become a better leader. The journey is never over.
This webinar will give you concrete technics, philosophical justification and a road map that will be simple for you to follow.
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David's passion is helping executives create a masterpiece personally and professionally. That's why he wrote, "The CEO Code," a Best Seller on AMAZON. That success resulted in Penguin/Alpha Books asking David to write "IDIOT'S GUIDES: Management Skills" released in December 2014.
David has "been there & done that" in the military, academia and business. His experience and expertise enable him to deliver for you:
IMPACT - When you survive bullets and missiles on 208 combat missions as a USAF fighter pilot it gives you an edge, a focus and a "can do" attitude.