- Sunday, Jun 9, 2019 6:00 PM - Wednesday, Jun 12, 2019 12:30 PM MDT
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This event was available from Friday, April 5, 2019 12:00 AM until the event start date.
Join us for this executive workshop where you will learn how to convert your perceived power to significant leadership.
As an executive, do you struggle to connect the hearts and minds of your employees? Are you facing high turnover? Have you tried using cookie cutter management strategies to fix problems within your team and failed to find a lasting solution?
Begin leading your organization based on WHO you are. Convert the perceived power you have as an executive into significant leadership that will help your organization generate greater results. By connecting hearts and mind your best results will follow.
In this workshop you will how to:
- Crystalize your business niche so you can own it,
- Attract team members who fit better with your organizational culture,
- Re-energize business development growth by answering "WHY you?"
This is a customized Masterclass for 12 executive level participants. You will capture WHO you are on one sheet of paper and receive the 'owners manual' on HOW to be excellent at WHO you are. You will master the 2 virtues necessary to convert perceived power to significant leadership.
Cost: $2,500 (lodging & meals included)
Workshop cost includes annual membership to the Faith and Leadership Consortium
An initiative of the Saint John Institute(SJI) that forms a bridge between the world of faith and the world of business. The Consortium will help you achieve greatness as a servant leader in your family, workplace, and local church community. Members have access to a weekly Catholic leadership formation call led by Father Nathan Cromly, CSJ, regional events, leadership retreats and seminars where Christ remains a focal point within the formation.
Dare great things for Christ and join this growing network of professionals!
For more information about this event or to pay for Consortium membership in monthly installments, please contact Lisa Odenbeck at firstname.lastname@example.org.