My boss suggested I start over and this time "write it for them." Over the next few months, he would frequently critique my memos to all levels of the organization with this single challenge: communicate “for” your audience, not “to” them.
Have you noticed that our goals and dreams will rarely be accomplished with a solo effort? For almost all of us, in order for us to see those goals reached and those dreams become a reality, we need a team working alongside us as we press on toward a common goal and vision together.
One of the 7 principles of play within our LeadershipWorks Team Playbook is…
Dr. King, the youngest daughter of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., is a powerful speaker who has motivated and challenged listeners across the world to elevate the way they think, act, live, and lead, in order to impact the global marketplace and transform culture.
This is a significant time in our city and in our nation... not only regarding racial tension and the need for racial reconciliation, but also as we approach the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in April 2018.
We're excited to announce that the LeadershipWorks Conference 2017 will be held in Memphis on…
Friday, November 3rd!
Last year’s inaugural conference was a huge success with close to 1,000 Emerging, Established, and Executive Leaders hearing from some of the best thought-leaders in the country! We hope you’ll prioritize attending and bringing your team to hear from the very best in the world of leadership development and team building.
We’ll let you know when registration opens up… but in the meantime, keep an eye out for next week’s post for a sneak peek at our speaker line-up. You won’t want to miss it!
Here are some of the highlights from last year's LeadershipWorks Conference: