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....an amazing, passionate speaker! [She] kept our leaders engaged and leaving with many take-aways
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HR Manager, Real Estate & Investment Firms
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Manager, Government Agency
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President, Westchester Chamber of Commerce
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President, Technology Company
The Mindset of Successful Leaders
Winning the Game
What does it take to think like a leader? In this insightful keynote, Sarah shares the good and the bad based on the thousands of leaders she has worked with.
Your attendees will walk away with:
A way to assess their own leadership mindset
What employees are looking for from their leaders
How to identify 3 key bad habits that will hold leaders back
Change in business is such the norm these days that times with limited change almost feel abnormal! Despite the fast pace of change, many leaders still fumble when asked to lead a change. In this fun but informative keynote, Sarah draws tips from how we play games to help your audience:
Learn the rules for winning
the game of change
Avoid the biggest pitfalls
that derail change efforts
Know how to create a
simple plan to manage any change
The difference between your organization’s success or struggle might come down to how quickly and effectively teams learn to work together. Whether it is the Executive Leadership Team or a project team, it is critical to bring the team together quickly. Sarah’s years of experience helping teams do just this will benefit your audience as they:
Assess the current state and culture of their team
Identify the three foundational needs for any strong team
Make a plan for how address inevitable conflict, tension or dynamic changes without disrupting your business