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Learn the top three scalable techniques for creating your own media to attract the attention of your target market to your startup business. After this workshop, you will be able to create and monetize content showcasing your expertise. Your toughest challenges and greatest knowledge can become the biggest lessons you can teach the masses, while you earn multiple streams of income. MORE >
Mixing stories with light humor, Dan shares how to build a networking community through systematically managing network contacts from the point of simple awareness through a series of measurable milestones. Dan's networking system is adaptable to virtually any set of circumstances. MORE >His presentation can be customized for audience members who interactively learn how to build their networking community and how to develop their elevator pitch along with learning the secret to remembering names.
Plus, Dan shares his life experience with the ONE networking principle that has NEVER failed.
Dan speaks to corporate, professional, university and association audiences about the power of networking and how it transformed his life. He energetically shares life lessons on the art and science of networking. Those who attend Dan's interactive speeches and workshops find his advice practical, entertaining and motivational.
The most diverse workforce in history is working in offices in the U.S. People in their 60s, 70s and even the 80s might work alongside people in their teens and 20s. The experiences of each age group (Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials and Generation Z) differ greatly. Yet they have to work together for business to succeed. Bob Graham explains how his breakthrough skills can empower people of any age to work more effectively with people who are different. MORE >Takeaways:
+ Key components of each generation and what they mean
+ Important similarities among the age groups that can forge a new understanding
+ How to embrace differences to find better solutions to complex problems
Technology cannot do it all in business. Successful entrepreneurs, leaders and managers need more. Bob Graham has developed three breakthrough skills, which when unleashed empower people and organizations to become more productive, collaborative and innovative. Using a combination of humor and insight, Graham has participants not just learning about breakthrough skills, but putting them to work – during the session. Participants leave inspired and prepared to act on what they learn. MORE >Takeaways:
• How successful people blend technical skills with breakthrough skills to achieve that success
• The importance of attunement, experience management and storytelling to solve complex problems
• Strategies for using breakthrough skills in their own lives
During the event, we’ll work to develop a sustainable stress management strategy while still going full force after your goals. MORE >Four outcomes:
· Identify stressors you can control vs. ones you cannot
· Create a non-negotiable stress-management routine
· How to apply evidence based tools to improve mood and build resilience
· How to use mindfulness as a tool to create peace in chaos
Business owners, retail or service-based, all say the exact same thing. ‘We need more customers so we can earn more money.’ It’s tough out there for business owners in 2019. Jean Kuhn “has the backs” of business owners and delivers the hard facts, the truth and some laughs, on what it takes to become the leader in their industry and a “celebrity” in their business. MORE >Jean shares her story of buying 2 bankrupt businesses and turning them around in 12 short months and adding $100,000 to their bottom lines. And she did it with NO customer list and NO marketing budget.
Jean is the perfect speaker if attendees:
* Want more customers
* Want to make more money
* Want to more free time
* Want to reduce employee turnover
* You don't need a list or a big budget
* Low cost/no cost marketing strategies
* Tools to turn employees into lead
Everyone has a story to tell – even if you don’t believe you do. Sometimes, the stories we think we need to tell aren’t the ones that need to be shared the most. As a filmmaker and journalist, I’ve had the privilege and power to share people’s stories. At the very least, an audience is entertained. Best case scenario, they are changed. MORE >Telling your story can help you build your brand, conquer a goal, or merely explain to others how you came to be who you are.
My films tell the stories of people who made a difference in both small and large ways. Many of them didn’t think they were doing anything at all. However by just being, they were making a difference.
For me, my story is that we all have a purpose – and mine is to help you share your story – because if someone else’s story connects with you in any way, that can be the missing puzzle piece that helps you see your problem, your goal, your solution, much clearer.
There are no two individuals alike; therefore, two teams cannot be managed identically. As a result of this talk, individuals become aware and responsible for their behavior, executives and senior leaders support their staff and are better mentors, and organizations win with engaged personnel.
Knowledge failure is the absence of appropriate action due to missing, ignored, or mis-applied knowledge. Every goal and objective have the very real potential for knowledge failure. In this session, Cheryl introduces a revolutionary new practice for quantifying learning’s value to the organization. MORE >Join Cheryl as she reveals a groundbreaking practice that calls for leadership to completely change its approach to learning, risk management, measuring performance, and inventing a learning landscape that truly nurtures and supports business missions and strategies.
Change Management discussion will cover case studies and success stories for proven techniques to achieve organizational transformation and revitalization; case studies of leaders and organizations who have overcome years of entrenched organizational cultures and mindsets to generate profitability and reignite engaged teams; leadership styles that engender change commitment and transformation success. MORE >Ways to engage and motivate people to make a difference in bottom-line business results; the case for engaged talent in sales and customer service; the role of human resources in achieving business goals