April 19, Intentional Leadership Workshop DC
Join me for an Intentional Leadership Workshop in DC on April 19th (Rescheduled from March 14th snow date). This is an exclusive opportunity to laugh and learn how to improve your career while learning about the neuroscience of creating a high performance culture for your team.
Intentional Leadership Workshop DC
Intentionality: Leading An Intentional Culture
Address: 1015 15th St NW #600, Washington, DC 20005
As leaders we get the culture we tolerate. What are the steps to create an intentional culture of high performance? The basis of leadership and influencing others depends on understanding that humans make logical decisions illogically. What are the hidden forces that overcome competence, intelligence, and character when choosing our leaders? Learn about the real decision maker of the human mind and the neuroscience behind how to model the behavior to influence others and create loyal, motivated followers.
If you run a business, this is a can’t miss opportunity. There’s no charge for the event and seating is limited. Sign up now on eventbrite. Seats are reserved on a first come first serve basis.
About the Facilitator of Intentional Leadership Workshop DC
Glen Hellman is the founder of Driven Forward, an organization that helps companies with leadership development, team building, and strategic planning. Glen has more than thirty-four years of high tech sales, marketing, and executive management experience including years as a hired-gun turn-around CEO working for private equity investors. He’s founded companies, joined early teams, and directed organizations to multiple IPOs, mergers, and acquisitions. For the past ten years, Glen has been coaching leaders. A former Vistage Executive Coaching Rookie of the Year, Glen was named by Tech Cocktail as the #1 Angel investor in 2012. Known as DC’s Mr. Cranky, Glen is a leadership and tech blogger who pulls no punches and speaks truth to power.
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