Leadership

Topics Presented:

Legendary Leadership in Action

Throughout generations there have been those called on to lead–courageous individuals who have taken great interest in the well-being of others. In the presentation Legendary Leadership in Action, Paul demonstrates concepts crucial to becoming a legendary leader. He outlines ideas that might seem basic at first glance, but are vital for the continued success of any organization. (1) Express genuine interest in mankind; (2) encourage steady streams of dialogue; (3) ignite the eagerness in others; (4) compose unique designs; (5) exhibit authentic actions; (6) reinvent tendencies and techniques; and (7) trust in the truth of courage are the primary concepts introduced during this thought-provoking and energetic presentation.

Succeeding in the Battle for Well-Being

As each of us continues striving toward excellence, we often neglect our own well-being. When this occurs, the consequences can be overwhelming and harsh. In a time when we are asked to achieve significant results–with or without the aid of ample resources–our physical, emotional, and spiritual states can be threatened. Throughout the presentation Succeeding in the Battle for Well-Being, Paul establishes user-friendly strategies that are essential when moving toward a more balanced life. Areas included in this message are: (1) signs and symptoms that encourage change; (2) central decisions versus lasting consequences; (3) steady performance above spoken promises; and (4) inspiring confidence through total competence. Life is made up of a series of choices. Learning to recognize and manage anxiety, make ongoing healthy decisions, and motivate oneself are strategies that equal positive results.

Resolving Team Conflict Effectively

Resolving conflict within a team is crucial for optimal results in the areas of productivity, growth, and morale. When continued struggles, animosity, or disagreements become the focal point of various individuals’ attention, the entire organization is affected. Paul introduces ideas on how to isolate and effectively resolve conflict including: (1) implement a resolution process that works; (2) accept the responsibility to change; (3) exercise respectful communication skills; and (4) improve everyday efficiency. Properly executed, conflict resolution causes people to listen to and consider different perspectives, contributing to a positive culture rather than a hostile environment. The concepts put forth in Resolving Team Conflict Effectively will enable individuals to minimize negative behaviors, broaden their alternatives, and manage conflict constructively. Encouraging the acceptance of differing opinions promotes increased collaboration and commitment to the goals and ideals of the team. With the cooperation of those involved, a negative situation can be turned into a positive one through effective conflict resolution.

Inspired Teamwork & Leadership

The strength of a team is centered on the individuals who comprise the group; the strength of a leader begins with the team. In Inspired Teamwork & Leadership, Paul details the following significant traits that bring cohesiveness to any team: (1) dare to dream courageously; (2) establish a course of action; (3) empower others to imagine; (4) unite a common bond; and (5) be resilient like none other. Uniting for a common cause, understanding and respecting diversity, and encouraging individuals through positive actions are all elements of this empowering presentation.

You Choose Your Change

Making a change or an adjustment often produces a certain degree of discomfort. Studies have shown that in order to take action, the disadvantages of a current behavior must be strong enough to encourage an individual to recognize that a change needs to occur. Paul outlines seven important concepts that revolve around the idea of change: (1) recognize the need to change; (2) accept personal responsibility; (3) know the desired behavior; (4) see yourself actually changing; (5) step up and make the change; (6) practice your change daily; and (7) ask for feedback often. You Choose Your Change challenges participants to consider each aspect of their lives and how beneficial making a positive adjustment can be.

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