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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This powerful experience explores the impact social media has had on the many tribes in our lives.
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Something is just off about her. You cannot put your finger on it, but you suspect she is different. She takes longer to get things done when she does not get her way. She makes things more complicated than necessary and avoids difficult conversations. It is subtle but noticeable. On the surface, she seems confident, yet you detect an underlying fragility.
Your inner critic is that voice inside your head. You are not good enough, smart enough, or thin enough. In some cases, it makes you think you are an imposter when you are successful. You feed the critic by allowing it to fester in your mind. The secret is to get these thoughts into your consciousness and be aware of what you are telling yourself. It is crucial to get this thinking into the light by exploring your darkest ideas about yourself.
Are you being told something is your fault? Do you feel blamed or shamed for current or past circumstances? Your instinct is likely to make excuses or justify outcomes. Blaming anything, including a bad economy or bad employees, is a dangerous place for aspiring leaders. It is a trap. Instead of taking the bait, tell those blaming you, “that is the point.” Embrace everything is your fault. You own it all!
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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