Say YES to Your Biz & Destroy the NOISE

 
Leadership is not something that is born or created, leadership is a choice! Candy's discussion is all about how to take personal responsibility and accountability for the choices you make and how to lead by example. Emotional intelligence is often not focused on enough in business, and as such many are teams expeirence high dsyfunction, lack of trust, and employees not being fully engaged or able to play to their highest and best level. This presents an opportunity to look at leadership differently and build a new generation of leaders.
 
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Outline/structure of the Session

In order to say YES to yourself and your business, you must first understand the barriers getting in your way, so you can learn to say no to what doesn’t serve you. The barriers, or N.O.I.S.E., are broken down into the following categories: 

  • N - Negative Self Talk & Filters
  • O - Opinions of Others You Choose to Internalize
  • I - Inefficiencies We Create in Your Daily Activities
  • S - ‘Should’-ing All Over Yourself
  • E - Excuses We Create & Perpetuate

 

Learning Outcome

Candy helps you truly capitalize on the returns you desire in your business and demonstrates the power of emotional intelligence (EQ) and messaging to influence people’s mindset and behaviors so that you can:

  • Gain traction for explosive growth
  • Establish stronger leaders / teams
  • Maximize & leverage your ROI
  • Create sustainable long-term success
 

Target Audience

Individual Contributors & Leaders, Managers & Growing Leaders

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