“Your message transcended across the 100 top leaders of our global audience and inspired them to action. This was your second engagement with Delphi and you certainly did not disappoint. Still today, your motivational phrases continue to energize, and we are reminded to engage our fellow wingmen and create a culture of mutual support.“
Claudia Piccinin, Dir. of Mktg and Communications, Delphi Thermal Systems
Leadership Keynote Speaker
The key to building a high powered organization that encourages innovative thinking, loyalty to the mission, and a relentless commitment to excellence lies with its leadership.
In this high energy workshop, I highlight the difference between managing people, and leading them to be responsible, empowered, and confident wingmen.
An organization that leads to win has four distinct characteristics:
- Shared Vision
Each and every wingman in the organization knows exactly what they are fighting for. They are committed to the mission, and understand exactly how their unique role in the organization is essential to its success.
- Values Based Culture
Integrity, accountability, mutual respect, and teamwork serve as the foundation for all relationships internally with co-workers, and externally with partners and clients.
- Effective Communication Leaders listen aggressively and communicate their vision with passion. They promote open communication and connect with the heart and soul of the people they supervise and work with.
- Train to Win Mindset
Successful leaders command flawless preparation, not flawless execution! They encourage others to expand their capabilities, and consistently reward high performers who take calculated risks and ‘push the envelope’ in order to grow.
What results is a more productive and efficient organization with superior morale that can rapidly overcome challenges in a competitive marketplace.
As a Leadership Speaker, my workshop is high-energy and engaging, and details a customized leadership flight plan that your organization can employ tomorrow!
This program can be delivered via a one-hour leadership keynote or a half-day leadership workshop.