Dallas Motivational Speaker with Six-Pillars-Leadership-Program
I often get Dallas motivational speaker requests to support a certain company with a simple leadership program, easy to remember and easy to inspire within a 60 minutes keynote.
I designed different keynotes and tested them with associations, colleges, and corporations. My final answer: Build your keynote based on acronyms! This often sounds too simple to appeal to the leadership of large corporations from a Dallas motivational speaker, but it exactly is the right tool to be memorable in stressful situations, when the inspiration of a conference speaker is needed.
Surprise! Surprise! My leadership acronym in my corporate keynote turns out to be L.E.A.D.E.R., and is based on my adventure challenges How to Travel the World for Free and How to Barter for Paradise. Who would have thought so, right?
Here the 6-pillars-program:
- stands for Listening. Great leaders are great listeners. How can you connect with your employees, know what their needs are, and do the right things to be well respected by everyone around you? Well, you better be a good listener!
- Embracing Change is a definite key quality every leader should work on to be able to stay in his or her leading position for sure. Industries, market, companies and clients are constantly changing, market rules are way different than they were ten years ago, and the digital world requires a strong change management. My own industry is constantly changing as well, and it requires the same traits from me as a Dallas motivational speaker. I know how important it can be to be able to embrace change to stay on top of the game.
- Assisting. Strong leaders are great assistants. They are able to put their egos on the back seat, and help their employees and team members to improve, instead of telling them what’s right and wrong.
- Decisiveness. Decisions have to be made, often in a very fast manner. I know leaders who have made wrong decisions, I also did, but no decision at all seems to be way worse.
- Entertaining. Good leaders are great entertainers. As a Dalls motivational speaker, I have to be entertaining to satisfy my audience. But for a conference keynote speaker, it takes the same to be truly loved by his support network.
- Relating. Relationship Building is my final part of this acronym, and in my opinion, it’s the most important one. Networking, connecting in real life, building up a digital network, and communication skills are most important for leaders, conference speakers and everybody in a leading role.
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Kind regards. Michael Wigge