Manage Work. Inspire People.
Three Ways to Transform Your Managers into Leaders.
Date and TimeWed, Jun 17, 2015 at 10AM Pacific / 1PM Eastern
Want Access?Register to view the recording.
The classic role of a manager is to direct processes, projects, and people. Yet, behind the endless meetings and growing to-do lists hides the part of their role that – when done right – will accelerate success for your organization. The art of engaging and inspiring people is the game-changer that separates managers from leaders.
Join us for a highly interactive webinar, with author and strategy execution expert Gary Magenta, to learn three ways to transform your managers into leaders.
Key questions that will be discussed:
- Why do managers need to see themselves as CEOs (Chief Engagement Officers)?
- What is so important about understanding the big picture and why is it Job One for managers?
- How can managers inspire purpose in their teams through the simple act of storytelling?
- What can managers do to ensure everyone on their team understands how the work they do every day is directly connected to the success of the business?
Click here for the additional bonus materials mentioned at the end of the webinar.
About Gary Magenta
Gary Magenta is committed to the development of leaders and managers. He does this based on a strong perspective that if leaders and managers want to change their businesses, they must start by changing how they engage their people.
Gary is a Senior Vice President of Root Inc., a consulting company that helps organizations execute their strategy through people. During his 13 years at Root, Gary has partnered with CEOs and executive teams at Fortune 500 and Global 2000 organizations throughout North America and Europe with a holistic view of their businesses, their people, and the customers they serve.
Whatever the challenge, Gary brings over 25 years of business experience to every project, supported by a realistic outlook, a durable “street sense” for creating results, and a sense of humor that puts things into perspective.
Gary is the author of The Un-Bossy Boss. He is a frequent speaker at client events, industry conferences, and business strategy and human resources seminars. He has been recognized with a Stevie American Business Award for Executive of the Year.
He lives in Chicago, Illinois, and Fort Myers Beach, Florida, with his wife and has two sons in college. Gary is a Google fanatic and an unapologetic reality show junkie.