If you are the CEO, manager, executive, or a parent, then you are a leader. People count on you; they look up to you and you are expected to perform. That’s what leaders do.
I want people to have the absolute best tools possible to make leadership natural, authentic and enable their total confidence in that role.
That’s why after two decades of helping leaders grow, I’ve evolved The C.A.B.L.E.S. Leadership Development Program.
This is my system I use to identify and develop the specific skills and behaviors necessary to engage and motivate those around you to say yes to your requests while building trust, confidence and power.
C.A.B.L.E.S. is a blueprint for creating highly effective individuals, teams, and organizations. We do this for a variety of industries such as healthcare, manufacturing, financial services, and biopharmaceutical but it works for all leadership situations. It’s based on the powerful communication skills that you develop while working with me.
As a trusted partner with Wiley Publishing and Genos International, I help individuals to leverage tools that develop better emotionally intelligent behaviors, gain a greater understanding of the impact of personality traits while helping teams and individuals avoid the dysfunction that can destroy them. My testimonials tell the story better than I can.
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1. Leadership effectiveness
2. Team development
3. Productive conflict
4. Biases in leadership
5. Influence and resistance
6. Leadership effectiveness
7. Team development
8. Productive conflict
9. Biases in leadership
10. Influence and resistance
1. WCSH 6 with Shannon Moss
1. What makes leaders ineffective?
2. What are the behaviors that are vital to effective leadership?
3. What does it mean to be a leader?
4. How does the CABLES leadership model develop leaders?
5. How important is emotional intelligence?
6. Why is it important to understand the science of influence?
7. Can anyone lead?
8. Why have we overcomplicated leading?
9. When should we start leadership development in companies?
10. How can you lead remotely?