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|May 05, 2010-|
May 05, 2010
02:00PM - 05:00PM
|Leadership Instinct Simulcast|
What kind of leader are you? Are you a tiger? A fox? Maybe a chameleon or an ostrich? Find out today by taking the quiz at MyLeadershipInstinct.com. Then, register for the Leadership Instinct Simulcast on May 5 to hear experts discuss characteristics.
What:Attend a three-hour simulcast where you’ll join leaders in your area to identify your leadership instinct and take practical steps to improve your leadership skills. Learn valuable lessons from the experts on taming your workplace.
You’ll learn how to:
- Lead and how not to lead
- Tame your leadership instinct
- Use your instinct to your advantage
- Grow your leadership skills
- Improve your productivity
- Manage staff during fluctuating production periods
May 5, 2010
Eastern – Begins at 9 a.m.
Central – Begins at 8 a.m.
Mountain/Pacific/Hawaii – Begins at 2 p.m.
Safari West, 3115 Porter Creek Road, Santa Rosa, CA
And many other locations, check the website for the location nearest you.
Free – Express Employment Professionals is providing this training event at no cost to you. We encourage you to help us support Children’s Miracle Network by making a $5 donation upon arrival at the simulcast.
SpeakersJim Stovall, best-selling author of The Ultimate Gift, discusses his new book, 100
Worst Bosses, and the lessons it teaches about what not do as a leader, and how to grow your leadership skills. Bio
Ann Phillips, consulting partner with The Ken Blanchard Companies®, shares her expert advice on improving productivity. Bio.
Russ Moen, vice president of human resources at Express Employment Professionals, breaks down the Leadership Instinct training program and discusses the four leadership styles. Bio.
Bob Funk, founder and chairman of Express Employment Professionals, shares how to manage your team during your production peaks and valleys. Bio
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