Magnetic Bosses know they have three main responsibilities: To attract the best and brightest, to develop the talent, and to retain the stars. Failing to do any one of these costs the organization, both in dollars and lost opportunities. But Magnetic Bosses also realize that getting the right people in the right place doing the right thing is not easy. It requires painstaking efforts and well-honed skills.
In this interactive keynote you will learn techniques that will prepare you to hire top talent, develop the skills of high potentials, and retain the best and brightest in your industry.
I would like to express my appreciation for the excellent speech you gave to our organization. Thanks again for both an enlightening and entertaining presentation.”
Coaching and feedback are scarce in most organizations, often because bosses don’t know how to talk to their direct reports about performance. Leaders at all levels lack the skills that will enable them to help others move to the next levels of success—theirs, their team’s, and the company’s.
However, there are proven techniques for creating a coaching culture and addressing the responsibilities of leaders who have direct reports—people who need direction and leadership, not just management.
In this interactive keynote you can learn techniques that will prepare the participants to conduct better coaching sessions:
The presentation you gave was fantastic! Your seminar was a huge success and my counterparts are still talking about the benefit they derived. The content was well-developed, engaging with the appropriate infusion of humor to keep the audience hooked.”
Vice President Human Resources
In today’s business world only those who risk the fight and overcome the adversity emerge victorious. However, people often need to learn the skills that will help them turn challenges into opportunities; it doesn’t happen automatically.
Leaders need to understand the powerful roles strategic thinking, teamwork, and creative problem solving play in helping us bounce back from the hardships that unwelcome changes often bring.
In other words, leaders need to learn to avoid running out of altitude, airspeed, and ideas at the same time.
Serious about humor, Linda draws from her original research on the Vietnam Prisoners of War to help leaders understand how to stay resilient and productive.