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The complexity of doing business in today’s fast-paced, technology-driven environment can challenge even the best leaders at every level of your organization.
We are faced with unprecedented challenges to be more creative, inspire innovation, influence our teams, and drive the enterprise forward effectively. And yet, at the end of the day, one thing remains as true as ever – it’s not just your strategy, but your people who will lead your organization to sustainable success.
The best strategy in the world won’t help, if your people aren’t committed, inspired, and engaged.
“You get the best efforts from others not by lighting a fire beneath them, but by building a fire within.” – Bob Nelson
Business is about relationships. If you lose the relationship, you lose the business.
What is it that will set your organization apart from the rest, lead to sustainable success, and inspire extraordinary commitment from your people?
It is, quite frankly, the Human Factor.
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University of Nevada, Reno, Advanced Leadership Academy
Workshop: "The Neuroscience of Leadership”
February 13, 2019
University of Nevada, Reno, Extended Studies
Workshop: “The Human Factor in Project Management"
February 18-20, 2019
Institute of Management Accountants, Reno Education & Seminar Training
Lunch Keynote: “What People Really Need From Leaders”
February 22, 2019
NCET Biz Cafe
Keynote: “The Power of Decision; Proven Strategies for Making Better Decisions”
March 20, 2019
Kevin Ciccotti, CPCC, PCC, is an authority in helping leaders to build stronger, more sustainable relationships with their teams, helping them to drive engagement, increase productivity, and lead to greater overall success. He is passionate about helping leaders to create an environment in which their people can thrive and achieve their full potential. Read More...
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