Leadership Training Videos & Courses
Joel Kurtzman’s “new rules of employment” to instill common purpose are based on years of research and numerous interviews with top executives. From American Express’s Kenneth Chenault, to Michael Dell of Dell Inc., and Steve Wynn of Wynn Resorts, successful leaders align the interests of individuals with those of the organization.
How do growth leaders such as Procter & Gamble, GE, and Amazon consistently achieve above-average organic growth? These companies pursue a disciplined, systematic process that distributes innovations across a spectrum of risk, ensuring that they balance incremental growth with breakthrough opportunities. (DVD or Video Streaming)
Get ready to unleash your greatness in this powerful seminar featuring award winning speaker, Desi Williamson. Through captivating stories and useful examples, Desi illustrates the action oriented mindset required to overcome obstacles and achieve any goal you set. You’ll learn how to reignite your purpose, stay focused on the big picture, develop true “will power”, become a master of change, raise your performance level, challenge your fears, and much more.
In this course Dr. Marianne Jennings teaches the importance of the example that all employees are setting from the bottom to the top. Dr. Jennings uses the analysis of pressure, communication, personal complacency, and indifference to educate that the "tone" of ethics resonates with each and every employee.
When Brad Smith took over as CEO, Intuit founder Scott Cook advised him to “Question everything.” Using this as his mantra, Smith set out to create innovative business structures that built on Intuit's strengths and retained market dominance (DVD or Video Streaming)
Much like the standup comedian who tests and refines jokes in small clubs before rolling them out to a television audience, most successful entrepreneurs don’t begin with brilliant ideas: they discover them through a deliberate process of creative trial and error. From his research on innovative leaders, from Apple, 3M, Toyota, and Starbucks, to the U.S. Army’s counterinsurgency strategists, to artists and even standup comics, Peter Sims found they shared a surprisingly similar approach. (DVD or Video Streaming)