Take your Team Beyond Tactics
Whether you lead a Fortune 500 Company or a small organization—or aspire to lead either—you will benefit from hearing Linda Henman’s live, hour-long presentation to the 2009 Air and Space Technology Conference. Drawing from more than 30 years of working with executives around the world, Linda provides proven techniques for driving the strategy, making high-caliber decisions, and developing the bench. A solid investment in your growth and development, this high-content, entertaining keynote, will help you discover ways to accelerate your own productivity and that of everyone you lead.
Become the Leader No One Wants to Leave
In the midst of the worst global economy of 75 years, Linda Henman provides an hour of solid, pragmatic advice for bosses who want to become the leader no one wants to leave. This live performance outlines the three critical functions of the successful leader: Hire well, develop the talent you have, and make good decisions. In this high-content, but at the same time, humor-rich presentation, you’ll find specific techniques for improving performance—yours, your team’s, and the organization’s.
Become the Health Care Leader No One Wants to Leave
Magnetic health care leaders have one thing in common: They attract star performers who want to stay with them. In this live one-hour presentation, Dr. Linda Henman explains the things you will need to do to win the current war for medical talent: hire well, know your direct reports, communicate with them, and coach them. With substance and style, Linda delivers specific techniques for encouraging, advancing, and retaining top talent in your health care organization.
Take Charge of Change
In today’s fast-changing world, only those who pioneer innovation and take charge of transition emerge victorious. However, people often resist unexpected or unwelcome changes and need to learn ways to turn challenges into opportunities; it doesn’t happen automatically. In this content-rich, but at the same time, humor-heavy presentation to the Health Information Management Association, Linda outlines ways for participants cope with change and adversity, so they can emerge from setbacks hardier and more resilient.