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Managing and leading people is an art. It takes a specific set of skills to do it well, in order to gain cooperation and create a breakthrough, high-performance team. In this dynamic, content-loaded session, you'll discover specific strategies and techniques for being an extraordinary leader. You’ll learn how to motivate and positively connect with your team, how to use coach for outstanding results, the secrets of exceptional managers, managing different people differently, helping your people clarify their goals, and more. With a detailed fourteen page note taking guide included, this is a high-content program that will benefit everyone from the entry level manager to the chief executive officer.
In this program you'll learn about:
• MANAGING DIFFERENT PEOPLE DIFFERENTLY
• COACHING YOUR TEAM FOR EXTRAORDINARY RESULTS
• MOTIVATING YOUR TEAM TO PERFORM AT FULL POTENTIAL
• SKILLS FOR CLARIFYING THEIR GOALS AND YOURS
• HOW TO GAIN EVEN GREATER COOPERATION
• AND MUCH MORE...
Released: Feb 2007
Length: 80 min
About the Speaker
Don Hutson’s careers in speaking, management and sales have brought him many honors. He successfully worked his way through the University of Memphis, graduating with a degree in Sales. After becoming the #1 salesperson in a national training organization, he established his own training firm and shortly thereafter was in demand as a professional speaker.
Since then Don has addressed over two-thirds of the Fortune 500 Companies and is featured in over 100 training films. He is Chairman & CEO of U.S. Learning and makes some 85 speaking appearances per year. Perhaps you have seen him on national television where he is regularly featured on both PBS and the TPN.
Our speaker is the author of The Sale and The Contented Achiever, and is a member of the prestigious Speakers Roundtable.
Don was elected by his peers to the presidency of the National Speakers Association, and he has received its “Cavett Award,” as member of the year. He is also in NSA’s Speakers Hall of Fame.