This change and personal leadership keynote is for leaders and their teams who are in working in times of intense technological innovation and among multi-generational teams.
The future will prove to be times of innovation and will require high levels of contribution from leaders and their teams.
Now it is time to focus on the future and move forward with aligned focus on vision and results.
What will leaders and their teams have to do to thrive today and beyond to the year 2020?
Today’s challenges include ongoing global change, uncertain economies and changing workplace dynamics.
Different generational attitudes are shaping where we work, how we work and when we work. As leaders we are the ones to set the vision, the positive environment for collaboration and the probability for success.
This keynote will provide insight, humor and creative ideas on how leaders can increase team buy in through their 2020 vision. Read more………
Evolutionary Leadership Keynote
In today’s fast paced and fast changing workplace, leaders have more pressure than ever before.
There is a higher need for leaders in business to have greater leadership abilities, to create more engagement with
employees and to increase innovation and collaboration among their teams.
In this keynote, Cheryl Cran provides an evolutionary leadership model that offers a deeper look into personal
performance and how to lead at the highest levels.
Drawing upon years of research, Cheryl will define what it means to ‘be an evolutionary leader’ in today’s
workplace and how can we embrace this concept.
Leading Change With Energy, Passion and Power
What does it mean to lead with energy, passion and power?
We are all moving at break neck speeds to meet our objectives and we are dealing with multiple priorities. Leading change in today’s fast paced reality means that now more than ever we need to have heightened emotional intelligence, we need to leverage feedback and we need to know ourselves as leaders in order to get the best out of the people we lead.
In this motivating and energetic opening keynote you will leave with insight to the following questions:
We are in a war for talent, US Conference Board states we will be experiencing the next big challenge of a shortage of skilled people by the year 2013. Certain industries are experiencing this already- agriculture, food, trucking and oil & gas to name a few.
As quickly as people are being hired and trained other industries are approaching and poaching talent. What can we do?
Leadership expert Cheryl Cran provides tried and true strategies for attracting and retaining good people. It is time to create rather than compete when it comes to finding the right people and then providing leadership strategies to increase retention.