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The 5-Star Leader: Become the Manager Who Leaves a Legacy
Did you know that 38% of new leaders outright fail in the first 18 months? It’s no surprise when research shows that most companies do not train their managers until an average of 9 years after they’ve been promoted. Yet Gallup states that 70% of the variance in team engagement is determined solely by the manager. Leadership development is essential, not only for the manager’s success, but because it’s the key to engaging and retaining top-talent.
Through her own 20-year personal leadership journey and ongoing research, Colleen Hauk, best-selling co-author of the book, Women Who Ignite, has developed “The 5-Star Leader”, to help you become the confident, effective leader you were meant to be. Be prepared to be inspired and empowered to become the manager who leaves a legacy that lives on beyond their time!
Course participants will be able to:
Make the surprising connection between humanity and influence to enhance employee engagement.
Learn the universal need that’s required to create an inclusive and thriving culture.
Discover the secret to inspiring others to improve productivity and effectiveness.
Colleen Hauk is a sought-after workplace dynamics expert and keynote speaker. She is the founder and CEO of The Corporate Refinery, a consulting and training firm that works with some of the world’s largest companies to forge new paradigms for women and what leadership means for today’s world.
Colleen’s passion grew from her 15 years as a corporate executive where she experienced first-hand the negative effects of poor leadership and lack of self-care. After suffering her own breaking point, she transformed her personal circumstances and inspired others across the organization to impact cultural change.
Colleen is the co-author of two books, including the bestseller, Women Who Ignite. She is a multiple-time contributor to Forbes and delivered her keynotes and trainings to Fortune 500 companies and organizations such as Dell, Merck, Panasonic, New York Life, and NielsenIQ.