Corporate Courage & Leadership.
America may be branded Home of the Brave, but we live in a culture of fear. Anxiety is the most common mental illness in the United States, affecting 40 million Americans. Feelings of insecurity and a lack of courage are especially problematic in business.
Speaker Robert “Dusty” Staub says courage and leadership are imperative to survive in modern business, and he uses his interactive presentations to educate employees and business owners. His warm and approachable manner combined with decades of experience has helped transform work environments and give employees the courage to climb the corporate ladder. Audiences are focused and engaged as he breaks down complex issues with real practical solutions.
Staub is on a mission to help today’s workforce stand up, be heard, and take calculated risks. He has practical strategies and advice for entrepreneurs, senior executives, and employees on how to assert themselves by accessing seven key acts of courage.
With experience across all sectors of business, including retail and manufacturing, government, health and insurance industries, public service providers, and food industries, Staub’s presentation improves personal mastery of leadership skills, maximizes effective workplace communication, and supports creative and productive work environments.
By combining emotional intelligence with business acumen, employees will enjoy improved interpersonal relationships on the professional level (with supervisors, peers, and customers) as well as in their personal life. Leveraged company-wide, an investment in leadership skills supports the organization’s bottom-line returns and is the best insurance in times of economic upheaval and rapid change.
“I encourage you if you are a leader or want to be a better person to get in touch with this man. I interview a lot of people and if I had to rank, he is in the top 2 or 3.”
– Jack Canfield, “America’s #1 Success Coach
Employees Will Learn:
- Self-discovery tools to identify personal strengths in relating to others both in times of conflict and in times of peace.
- Strategies to improve interpersonal relationships on the professional and personal level.
- Higher levels of effectiveness in both strategic and operational dynamics.