"Leadership is not about a title or a designation. It’s about impact, influence and inspiration. Impact involves getting results, influence is about spreading the passion you have for your work, and you have to inspire teammates and customers."
– Robin S. Sharma
Purpose of the Being A Leader and the Effective Exercise of Leadership Program:
Our flagship programs leaves you
“Being” a leader as your natural self-expression.
Free to Be and Free to Act in any situation that leadership is required.
WHAT IS THIS COURSE?
This course does not describe leadership. This course creates leaders. We explore the four foundations of being a leader…Integrity... Authenticity...Having your life be about something bigger than your own personal concerns...Being Cause in the Matter. Included in this exploration, one creates a context of leadership that gives one new freedoms to be and new freedoms to act. register TODAY
One finds oneself not thinking about what to do in challenging situations, but acting appropriately and effectively in the moment. Where it matters!
Essentially embracing all of this allows one to show up leading effectively…with others and in one’s own life.
WHAT IS DIFFERENT ABOUT THIS COURSE?
There are over 60,000 books that discuss Leadership development posted on Amazon.com.
This suggests to me that little is known about being an effective leader, or about exercising effective leadership. I would think there would be several books that, when studied, would produce leaders. Our programs create leaders.
“The Current State of Leadership Development: Organizations around the world are failing on one key metric of success: leadership development. According to research from the Corporate Executive Board (CEB), 66% of companies invest in programs that aim to identify high-potential employees and help them advance, but only 24% of senior executives at those firms consider the programs to be a success. A mere 13% have confidence in the rising leaders at their firms, down from an already-low 17% just three years ago. And at the world’s largest corporations—which each employ thousands of executives—a full 30% of new CEOs are hired from the outside.”
Turning Potential to Success – Harvard Business Review Nov-Dec 2017 (pg. 87)
“Participants of our 6-day course discover that leadership is not just a position, title, authority or influence, but ways you can be that allow for a freedom to act in that previously not available to you. Instead of acquiring more knowledge about leadership, you will be provided with access to the being of a leader and the being of exercising leadership “as your natural self-expression”.
The Being A Leader Program was created by some of the top thought leaders of our time. By applying the ontological and phenomenological approaches to their study of leadership they have discovered actionable access to altering the way in which you experience yourself in situations requiring leadership. This means you will naturally act as a leader without having to remember what strategies or techniques to apply.
During the course conventional ways of thinking will be challenged, new ways of thinking will emerge naturally, and you will find yourself naturally acting to create even greater success in the areas of life and leadership that matter most.” *
“This material is from the ‘Being a Leader and the Effective Exercise of Leadership: An Ontological / Phenomenological Model’ course, authored by Werner Erhard, Michael C. Jensen, and Steve Zaffron and © 2008 – 2019. W. Erhard, M. Jensen, Landmark Worldwide Enterprises, Inc.
CORPORATE$6,275.00 USDTo Register:
Preparation Readings webinar, 6 full days online webinar delivery, All materials, Coaching Webinars in between session, *NOTE: ALL DATES ARE REQUIRED TO PARTICIPATE
SMALL BUSINESS$5,600.00 USDTo Register:
Readings Preparation Webinar, 6 full days online webinar, All materials, Coaching Webinars in between session, *NOTE: ALL DATES ARE REQUIRED TO PARTICIPATE
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