The most productive leaders are those who have an insatiable desire to learn. These type people never “graduate.” They know learning is continuous and always advancing. However, this type growth occurs best when it is intentional.
That is, there is a defined path to achieve the desired results. This frequently starts with knowing where you are in your life pursuits then knowing where you want to be at a given timeframe. Anything that is achieved with little effort and/or occurs quickly might not achieve long-term transformation of thought and work productivity. Critical thinking is the hallmark of an effective leader.
Commensurately, everyone has a learning style. What works best for you? It might be one-on-one in a mentoring type role, it might be in a seminar type group where others share similar values and desire to learn, and it might be in a virtual environment where you have the opportunity to learn at your chosen pace and at your chosen time, workshops where larger groups of people interact in a learning environment.
Ron offers training tailored to your needs, time availability, and learning style. This training is largely interactive in which effective application and lifestyle transformation is emphasized.
Ron’s instructionis focused on teaching, while his workshops offer both teaching and hands-on interactive exercises, powerfully delivered for life-changing results. His desire is to equip others such the learning environment continues while helping emerging leadership achieve their potential. Some representative teachings include:
- Sometimes You Win, Sometimes You Learn
Your most valuable lessons are gained from your losses. This seminar offers more than just a how-to manual for getting through difficult times; it offers the most valuable gift of all: Hope.
- Becoming a Person of Influence
Leadership is influence. Whether you are a CEO, or an entry level employee, the influence you cultivate will impact people long after you are gone. Learn to influence the lives of others in a positive way.
- Put Your Dreams to the Test
What’s the difference between a dreamer and someone who achieves a dream? The answer lies in answering 10 powerful, yet straightforward questions. Don’t leave your dream to chance. Learn how your dreams can mean the difference between failure and success.
- Leadership Gold
Smart leaders learn from their own mistakes…Smarter one learn from the success and failures of others. Gaining leadership insight is a lot like mining for gold. This seminar pushes the dirt aside and reveals true nuggets of leadership gold.
- Everyone Communicates, Few Connect
One thing stands between you and success. It isn’t experience and it isn’t talent. It is the ability to connect with others. By following these six principles of connecting, anyone can learn to be an effective communicator.
- REAL (Relationships, Equipping, Attitude, and Leadership) Leadership
Success is not a destination…it is a process. Successful leaders attract other successful leaders through an intentional strategy of building on strengths, minimizing weaknesses, and focusing on the points that matter most. Gain a strategy for adding value through relationships, equipping others for teamwork, molding the attitude of your team and leading others from success to significance.
- 15 Laws of Personal Growth
The best way to raise your organization’s leadership lid is to raise the personal effectiveness of your employees. This seminar guides you through 15 Laws of Personal Growth that help you become a lifelong learner whose potential keeps increasing and never gets used up.