My Time to Lead Series - Total Ownership as a Leader
- No Bad Teams; Only Bad Leaders
- Communication Excellence
- Building an Accountable Culture
- Creating and Maintaining Team Trust
Every business has a story; a compelling message that must reach both employees and customers. John helps businesses craft their story and build strategies to enhance performance and results.
Change is hard. John challenges business leaders to rethink current reality. He pushes you to create a new approach toward success. His hard-hitting method for results is not for every organization; only those truly determined to improve and make difficult choices to win the game of business. Energy and passion are the two most common words used to describe John Grubbs as a coach, trainer, and speaker.
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From amazing team building, leadership to safety training, John Grubbs has authored books and guides designed to take your organization to the next level!
This powerful experience explores the impact social media has had on the many tribes in our lives.
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When it comes to organizational energy, someone is always in the proverbial driver's seat. Whether it's functional or departmental, someone has control of the accelerator. A human is required to generate movement for different parts of a business. Yet, it has become common to see people in one function pressing the accelerator for people with other functional duties. Why is this occurring? More importantly, why is this tolerated?
What is the difference between leading someone and controlling people? Does it matter? Have you given up on leadership when you resort to control? I can’t influence people, so I choose instead to manage them. I am going to dissect these concepts to provide you with clarity in the end.
If you are in a supervisory role or not, this has value for you. The term supervisor extends from a front-line supervisor to a seasoned CEO or business owner. I wrote this letter ten years ago to get the attention of supervisors and managers in the workplace. It is easy to blame workers when things are not functioning optimally on the job. How often do we, as leaders, look to ourselves first and take total ownership of a leader's role? We will dissect the letter on the other side.
Your excitement and energy as a speaker are amazing. Hearing you speak on your years of experience and insights on leadership and generational change was very relevant and something that we can all learn from and apply to our organizations.
I'm always amazed at how fun you can make learning!
Your speaking style is incredibly engaging, the subject was relevant and informative, and our audience enjoyed every minute. Thank you for making us look good!
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