The Genuine Leader - Leadership for the 21st Century
Today more than ever, we need leaders who know who they are and know what they stand for. We need leaders who understand the correlation between respect and results, compassion and motivation. And we need leaders - at every level, who can embrace change and inspire, engage and motivate others, to be the best they can be. We need genuine leaders.
In this unique and thought-provoking session, participants will learn the 7 key strategies for becoming a genuine leader. They will discover the importance of personal leadership, how to lead from their core and the correlation between respect and results. In addition, they will learn that true leadership begins from within and is fueled by personal accountability and a commitment to excellence.
At the outcome of this training program, participants will have the tools that will allow them to reach their full potential and in turn, become the person and leader others are inspired to emulate.
Course outlines available upon request.
Suggested time frame: 1-2 days
"A great chance to refocus on our own personal priorities and realize how that will ultimately impact others. Excellent. Thank you for your openness and candor - it really made the session all the more worthwhile."
Cathy Rice Manager Leadership Training & Development
State Farm Insurance
“Re-tooling of my leadership methodologies and
process. Keep doing what you are doing!”
Steve Koslowski – Software
Hewlett Packard Canada
"A wonderful day to reflect and build personal skills that will make me not only a better contributor in the workplace, but a more balanced, healthy and aware individual."
“Kimberley really touched me not only as a motivational speaker, but as a human being. It was wonderful to share her insights and wisdom about ‘natural’ things, ie. respect. Thank you very much for being a part of my life.”
“My expectations were exceeded! It’s the best training I have ever attended! Very interactive and kept my attention from beginning to end. We did indeed learn, work and think a lot!”