I’ve worked in a number of high-growth and entrepreneurial environments, and I’ve been on the executive leadership team in several different industries, including franchising, manufacturing, and retail.
I would say that my teaching style is contextual and retention-driven, meaning that I like to get to know the companies that I’m working with and frame the sessions in the context of their business. I want participants to be able to relate to the tools they are learning so that they feel more engaged with the concepts and, ultimately, with their organization. At the end of the day, I think this helps make the programs I facilitate impactful and fun.
I worked with 30 of their North American leaders, all of whom were extremely bright, yet very humble. I loved how passionate they were about learning, and the fact that they were looking to achieve exponential results. Each participant was highly accountable, and they were all willing to challenge each other in their thinking.
When I facilitate a program, my objective is to pass along tools that will help people be more productive in their roles well beyond our sessions together. So, a proud moment recently came from working with a group of top performing employees from Dayton Superior. I received feedback six months after their Emotional Intelligence and The Power of Negotiation sessions, saying that the program was having a lasting impact on the participants:
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