“There are risks and costs to action. But they are far less than the long range risks of comfortable inaction.”
John F. Kennedy
Leadership is the process of actions and operations, creativity and emotions of the mind, body and soul. The most effective decisions that leaders can make are those that are sound and therefore, will have long-term benefits and broad ramifications. The ability to choose the best course of action with influence and synergy is critical for leaders to implement enduring strategies for sustainability and growth.
This one-day workshop will provide you with immediate tools to lead your staff through the barriers and bottlenecks that impede productivity as well as find solutions using the “8-step” problem solving process. In addition, you will understand how organizational values can affect productivity and why diversity is one of the keys to successful organizations.
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Gabriel Chartier M.A., M.M.M., M.S.M., C.D. is a retired Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) commissioned officer and senior educator with over 30 years proven experience specializing in organizational leadership, human interaction, team building, and emotional intelligence. Skilled in bringing learning to life, Gabriel develops session plans and provides training to staff with varying levels of need including front line leaders. His presentation style is energetic, anecdotal and learner focused. Gabriel is a consummate, dedicated professional who understands the leadership challenges that organizations face today.