Leadership. It’s one of the most overanalyzed, meticulously dissected, and utterly confused topics in business. With unrealistic and overly complicated expectations being placed on today’s leaders, it’s no wonder why some people choose to opt out of the chance to lead altogether. So that’s why it’s time - time to lighten the leadership load and get back to what’s most essential about leading others.
Simply put, true leaders open the doors of opportunity for others. They know how to align the needs of the organization with the career aspirations of those they lead. Because people and organizations grow and prosper when they intentionally pursue goals and challenges that stretch their skills and test their mettle.
Join author and leadership expert Bill Treasurer for Open-Door Leadership, the one-hour webinar that will explore what it means to be an open-door leader, why opening doors of opportunity for people is critical to leadership success, and how to modulate between comfort - and discomfort - in order to promote career growth and development.
What You Will Learn
- Four specific skills employed by open-door leaders
- Five compelling ways that opportunity attracts, inspires, and develops people
- What it means to have an opportunity mindset
- Six unique doors of opportunity that leaders can open for those they lead
- Specific and immediate actions that will open doors for others
Who Should Attend
- Team Leaders
- OD Consultants
About the Presenter
Bill Treasurer is a leadership expert and the author of several books and training tools, including Leaders Open Doors, Right Risk, Courageous Leadership, and the international bestseller, Courage Goes to Work. He is the founder and chief encouragement officer at Giant Leap Consulting (GLC), a courage-building company that helps people and organizations live more courageously. Bill’s clients include Accenture, PNC Bank, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, NASA, UNICEF, the Center for Creative Leadership, the U.S. Forest Service, CNN, EarthLink, Monster.com, the National Science Foundation, and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.