Teach Leaders to Stop Playing the Whack-a-Mole Game

  • Thu, March 08, 2012
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • St John Fisher College, Campus Center, COP Conference Room- 2nd Floor (see map link)


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Teach Leaders to Stop Playing the Whack-a-Mole Game

Many  leaders are so consumed solving the daily problems, crises, and e-mail they can hardly keep up. It is a never-ending pattern that leads to frustration, ineffectiveness, and burn out. It feels like playing Whack-a-mole at a carnival. Find out the antidote for this problem, so your leaders have more time to do what they are really paid to do.

If you are an internal consultant, you can use this technique to immediately add higher value to your organization. If you are an external consultant, this technique can help you obtain more streams of consulting income.

  • Participants will learn a technique to help leaders stop wearing themselves out by continually solving problems or dealing with crises.
  • This program will be a fun experience for all who attend.  The problem outlined is painfully real in every organization, and the antidote is disarmingly simple.  Participants can put this technique to work immediately and improve working conditions for everyone in the organization, not just the leaders.
  • The solution to the problem also involves work activities for the professional trainer, so internal consultants will benefit with more job security and external consultants can obtain more work.

Presented by Robert Whipple, CEO Leadergrow Inc.

Bob was named one of the top 100 thought leaders in the country on Leadership Development by Leadership Excellence Magazine.

 The Trust Across America Organization rated him in the top 100 thought Leaders on Trustworthy Business Behavior.

He won the BEST Award as a Learning and Performance Consultant from The Central New Your Region of ASTD.

Bob is known around the world as "The Trust Ambassador," and is the author of three books and over 300 articles on TRUST and LEADERSHIP.

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