Recorded: March 31, 2015
Being a contactor and leading a business, department, or family in today’s high-pressure landscape gets more difficult every year. Technology is increasing at a rapid pace, stress levels are up, and research shows that on average, $26,041 per employee is lost each year in productivity due to communication barriers.
During this webinar, Steve Shallenberger, founder of Synergy Companies and author of the #1 national best-selling book Becoming Your Best: The 12 Principles of Highly Successful Leaders, will uncover the 12 principles that propel teams and organizations to the top! These tools and processes drive the kind of innovation that turns good teams and companies into industry leaders – all while living a well-balanced personal life. Steve will provide advice, tools and examples for turning your thoughts into action and bringing out the best in your teams and employees!
He’ll also share a powerful formula that companies are using all over the world to establish a rhythm of growth and success. Leaders and managers who use this simple formula have seen a decrease in employee turnover, significant increase in revenues, a dramatic rise in employee engagement and innovation, and much higher morale throughout their organizations.
Attend this Leadership Academy to learn:
Steven Shallenberger understands the contractor world. He founded Synergy Companies in 1981, a successful energy services contractor, with offices throughout the State of California and is on the National Association of Energy Service Companies Board of Directors.
He has more than 40 years of experience as a successful business owner, trusted senior executive, professional corporate trainer, and best-selling author. He is the founder and president of Becoming Your Best Global Leadership. Steve and his team provide award winning training and keynotes helping teams and leaders tackle some of their greatest leadership challenges around the world. As a young entrepreneur, Steve successfully built numerous organizations from the ground up. During those years, he continued his education at the Harvard Business School. Steve was also a trusted advisor for Stephen R. Covey. Steve was a key leader in Covey's organization who helped build the world-renowned Covey Leadership Center. He led a stalwart team and was responsible for the development and distribution of the original Covey planner.