Do you dream of the day when all of your employees are positive, productive, and engaged?
While the days of command and control leadership are long gone, most managers still find it difficult to manage effectively while promoting a positive workplace culture.
It’s easy to say you want to practice positive leadership – it’s a no brainer. Positive leaders build trust, motivate employees, and have more productive teams.
But it’s easier said than done.
Why? Every day managers are confronted with tough challenges. And they struggle to find the right course of action that promotes both behavior change and a positive workplace.
That’s why were hosting a new webinar, Positive Leadership: Why Most Managers Get it Wrong (and how to get it right).
During the event positive leadership expert, Don Rheem will walk through the underlying emotions and beliefs that hold managers back. He’ll then teach you how to build the leadership skills that drive exceptional workplace behavior.
In this webinar you’ll learn:
CEO, E3 Solutions
the SpeakerDon leads the team at E3 Solutions and oversees the firm’s training initiatives including the Employee Engagement Boot Camp for Managers. He is one of North America’s leading communication and engagement experts – advising U.S. Senators, corporate CEOs, even royalty. A former science advisor to the U.S. Congress and to the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Rheem counsels on technical issues with the National Institutes of Health, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, and the Securities and Exchange Commission among other government clients. A former White House correspondent and Washington Bureau Chief, Don has also advised thousands of CEO’s and delivers more than 50 workshops every year on the science of employee and customer engagement throughout North America. Rheem works with Brian Daly overseeing Engagient’s U.S. operations.
CEO, Rapid Learning Institute
the HostStephen Meyer is CEO of the Rapid Learning Institute (RLI), which provides bite-size e-learning to companies, nonprofits, educational institutions and government agencies. Prior to starting RLI and its parent company Business 21 Publishing in 2002, Meyer was the Director of Publishing at The Hay Group, a leading HR, benefits and compensation consulting firm. At RLI he developed the model for six- to 10-minute “Quick Take” rapid learning modules. Meyer received his MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.