Sign up today for a complimentary seminar, offering insights into your own behavioral styles and those of your co-workers. Using examples from World War II leaders George Patton, Winston Churchill, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Dwight Eisenhower, you can quickly identify your most comfortable style and learn how that style can work more effectively with others.
KEY WORKSHOP LESSONS
From the master of language, Winston Churchill, learn how the deliberate use of language can motivate and direct others to work successfully.
Using George S. Patton as a role model, examine the ways that you may use body language to communicate with those around you; then see if you can identify the styles of the people around you just by observing their body language.
Explore the leadership style of Dwight Eisenhower, Supreme Commander of the D-Day invasion, who had to juggle the world’s largest amphibious landing and the strong opinions of 13 nations’ military leaders. How did he marshal those competing forces and stay focused on the details of the invasion?
Learn from the example of Eleanor Roosevelt how you can be a compassionate politician, diplomat, and activist—all at the same time.