For many employees, the workplace is a place of silent suffering.
We’ve all heard the stories.
So, what can you do to become a great leader?
The truth is, leadership can be lonely.
Leaders can suffer silently as well.
We need a space to reflect and learn impactful strategies to improve our leadership…to make a positive difference to the people we work with, the organization we work for and our own career.
That’s why I’m excited to be bringing you 30+ leadership experts from around the world for this fourth year of the upcoming summit:
Crack the Leadership Code: Lead with Confidence, Make a Difference and Increase Your Impact!
Each year thousands of people join in for this great event. Last year people from over 100 countries improved their leadership. Here’s what just a few had to say:
- I am sharing this with all my colleagues and team leaders at work. I am so excited to hear the next interview. Thank you so much! (USA listener)
- This is a quick note to say that the Crack the Leadership Code Series is something that I’m finding completely useful and brilliant. Just wanted to let you know. (Australian listener)
- I wanted to let you know how much I am enjoying this summit. You have assembled some incredible people and experts in this field (as well as some of my heroes). I am so lucky that you are offering these free webcasts. I feel like I am at a very high priced conference in the USA. (USA listener)
- This is just the best set of leadership interviews I have ever listened to. (UK listener)
I am so excited about this year…you can expect the same and more! The 17-day event begins on May 22nd, and it is FREE!
Click here to reserve your seat!
When I talk about leadership, I’m talking about a mindset. It’s not just about getting the job done; it’s about how you get it done – with authority, clarity and intention. Every interaction matters. It’s about humanizing the workplace.
From my work as an executive coach and organizational psychologist, to my studies of the employee experience and perspective, I know firsthand that great leaders aren’t born – they’re bred.
Learn PRACTICAL and INSPIRING ways to become a better leader and thrive in your career.
You might be a leader, but you’re a person first. If you’re not looking after you, you’re no good to anyone. That’s why there’s a new segment this year, THE WELLNESS WEEKEND. The focus is on you and your wellbeing as a leader.
Register now for the May 22nd launch! It’s free!
Bill Joiner, Bonnie Power, Carole Spiers, Christina Boyd-Smith, Cinnie Noble, David Kahn, Drew Dudley, Ed Muzio, Eileen McDargh, Gordon Tredgold, Gudni Gunnarsson, Jesse Stoner, Jessica Butts, Jim Kouzes, Jocelyn Greenky, Jonathan Raymond, Juliet Funt, Kevin Eikenberry, Leonard Kim, Lindsey Mask, Marshall Goldsmith, Mary Legakis Engel, Michael Bunting, Michelle Tillis Lederman, Neeta Bhushan, Rebecca Weller, Shannon Algeo, Sophie Hampel, Steve Griffith, Steve Roesler,
Sue Langley, Tony Hughes, Tracy Campoli, and Viveka von Rosen.
Here are just some of the important topics and takeaways from the summit:
- Leadership is about going somewhere – how to create a compelling vision
- How to inspire your team to aspire for themselves
- How to make conflict your friend
- How to relax and unwind after a stressful day (without alcohol or comfort food)
- Fuelling your courage and confidence as a woman leader
- How to be a mindful leader
What to develop in ourselves to increase engagement in our team
- How to create a personal culture of leadership
- How to use Linked In to attract job opportunities and promotions
- How to manage your personal brand and craft your professional story
- Being a great leader can feel as elusive as cracking a secret code. But it doesn’t have to be.
Claim your seat now.