In companies of all sizes, succession planning should always be a consideration. By attending one of our signature leadership development programs, we can help you with the development of future CEOs and company leaders. Our unique processes can help one improve a succession candidate’s existing interpersonal and leadership skills while simultaneously improving harmony in the […]
The Leadership Trust Group Page The Leadership Trust® now has a group on LinkedIn! Join our group to participate in discussions about leadership issues, read articles that support leadership development and investing in your people, hear about our upcoming programs, and keep in touch with your fellow program graduates! Join us on LinkedIn!
There is a lot of research and advice about how to be a good leader. Many people distingish a difference between leadership and management in many forms, the most succint of that being: Leadership is an attitude, management is a position. Leaders are said to motivate, enhance, listen, and guide their businesses in directions that […]
How to do More with Less- May 15, 2009 We recognize that the changing economy requires us to change business practices/techniques best suited in our current environment. Learn which mistakes to avoid and which practices to start. Investment: $229/person (includes lunch) Early bird registration- by April 30- $199/person Program Schedule: 10 am-4:30 pm Location: 4 […]
Weekend Self-Awareness Retreat- May 1-3, 2009 Join us for a weekend of improved self-awareness! For the first time ever, this program is open to new participants as well as spouse/referrals from program graduates.
If you have attended one of our signature programs, and wish to stay in touch with us through our monthly newsletter, please contact us ([email protected]) to express your interest in being on our contact list. We have sent confirmation emails to everyone on our list, but if you have not confirmed joining our list yourself, […]
The Power of an Unlikely Leader by Doug Dickerson, Carolina Newswire, March 2009 Leaders come in all shapes and sizes, both professionally and personally. Here is a great story about how making others feel important, taking the time to listen, and sharing encouraging words are great attributes of good leaders. The power is within all of […]
Tunnel Vision- “What worked before will work again.” Why: Often managers are jinxed by their own experience bias. Seasoned managers with previous experience in surviving recessionary conditions are likely to follow “what worked before.” This is a common mistake and it is important for managers to understand that each recessionary environment is not the same, […]
Your reality if a function of your beliefs. You create your life according to the program (beliefs) in your mind, both conscious and unscious. Some of these “programs” are negative and self-sabotaging and operate automatically to interfere with the happiness and success you seek to create in your life. You cannot control that of which […]
Withholding Information Often managers are skeptical in revealing bad news regarding budget cuts, layoffs or changes they are forced to make in hard times. This is a fatal mistake and an easy one to avoid. There are three specific groups that management needs to address during recessionary conditions: employees, customers and vendors. The Wall Street […]