The goal of so many people is just to survive. For many, that is the daily achievement. But people who are growing have a totally different goal. It is to die young as late as possible. Life becomes exactly what we make it. In this seminar, you’ll learn some steps you can take to add enthusiasm to your life, job, and world. Not only will you have fun, you will leave committed to not die until you’re dead! You will also learn how this enthusiasm can enhance your personal and professional relationships.
Positive attitude, enthusiasm, and perspective
Very few people like to change and it seems the older people get, the harder it is for them to change. We live in a world full of change. If people and organizations are going to stay on the cutting edge, they must have a willingness to take risks, fail, try new things, and change. Once you have stepped across the line, gotten out of the box, and started thinking differently, you will be one of those people who will change. You will discover that when you’re through changing, you’re through.
Leaders are different from most people in many ways. Leaders are different from each other in many ways, but one common ground that all leaders share is in the way they think. The new millennium will require more productive thinking than ever before. During this session the participants will discover how leaders think.
Strategic thinking, leadership development
There are too many people working today. Instead, they should be playing. Can the workplace be fun? Can people keep a positive attitude when everyone else is negative? Can employees deal with situations, people, and events and maintain integrity and personal dignity? The answers to these questions and more will be given in an action-packed presentation which will help each person desire to PLAY, not work. One more bit of information: the word P-L-A-Y gives the four-word formula for success in the workplace. Get ready to be challenged!
Attitude, understanding personality types, passion, perspective, laughing
Good customer service sets an organization apart from others. It is a choice. Helping staff members to keep it a priority 24/7 requires creative leadership, good training, and recognition for a job well done. Employees have a simple yet accurate way of figuring out what’s important at work. They just look at what their leaders pay attention to – what the bosses talk about and focus on, and then act accordingly. There is little difference between what businesses offer at times but the difference that sets some apart is customer service. Kate Zabriskie says it best, “Although your customers won’t love you if you give bad service, your competitors will!” Learn how to take your customer service to the next level.
An understanding of what exceptional customer service commitments, attitudes, and tools look like.
Excellence is the gradual result of always striving to do better. Pursuing excellence is a habit, not an act. We are what we repeatedly do. Jim Collins, author of “Good to Great” says, “Those who turn good (organizations) into great (organizations) are motivated by a deep creative urge and an inner compulsion for sheer unadulterated excellence for its own sake.” Steve Siemens, in a presentation entitled, “The Pursuit Of Excellence”, will give you some very practical tools to use to develop excellence in every area of your life, both personal and professional. When an organization is filled with people pursuing excellence, it’s a win-win-win outcome. Learn how to be an excellence-filled organization and person.
Leadership, People Relationships, Personal Development
What you see is what you get. The importance of visualization is so critical to the success of the individual or organization. It determines so much and yet so many people do not take the time to visualize. There should be time spent at every meeting for visualization. Every leader should spend time daily visualizing. Since this is a learned behavior, the session will not only teach the techniques, it will show the benefits and it will include some time for personal and professional visualization.
Leadership, visualization, passion, creativity
Passion is one of those words that is so essential to the life of a leader and person. It means the difference between good and greatness. I believe one person with passion is worth more than 99 with an interest. The best part of life is not just surviving, but thriving with passion. Add a little passion to anything you do and the rest will follow. This session will encourage you to develop passion and then give you the tools to make it a foundational stone in your life and leadership.
Creative thinking, passion, accountability
From time to time, any job can be very stressful. People can lose their perspectives very easily if they aren’t careful. “Staying UP” to so many people seems like living in the clouds of unreality. The fact is everyone can stay UP. There are six areas that help people face life with excellence, passion, and enthusiasm. The six areas are: purpose, people, problems, perspective, positivism, and persistence. This session will take those six areas and help each person implement them into their lives and work. It will be fun, very practical, and very useful.
Attitude, thinking, leadership, creativity
Everything rises and falls on the leadership. Today more than ever, good leaders are needed and exceptional leadership is required. Leadership can be defined by two words: positive influence. And because of that definition, I believe every person in the workplace can be a leader. Each has different responsibilities and roles but everyone can be a leader. One of my favorite proverbs is this, "Man who said it cannot be done should not interrupt man who is doing it." That is the world we live in. Leadership will determine if you are doing it or interrupting it! Learn the seven sides of leadership.
Leadership, thinking, passion
Teamwork is nothing more than everyone being committed to each other’s success. It’s simple yet most of the time people make it so hard. Each team member determines the success or failure of the team. People often forget how important their contribution really is.This session will help each team member realize that winning teams do things losing teams won’t do. There is a WOW experience people can enjoy, especially when the team functions as one.
Team building, working with others
Based on Steve’s new book Push-Ups For People, learn some exercises (skills) you can use to build better people. Physical exercise builds better bodies; people building exercises build better lives. It’s never too late to take your people skills to the next level. People are the greatest asset of any organization. When you surround yourself with the right kind of people, you grow; with the wrong type of people, you stagnate. Each of us needs to be a people builder in every area of our lives. You are either pushing people up or pulling them down. Learn some exceptional principles that will help you get into a daily exercise program of pushing people up!
Attitude, respect, appreciation, listening
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