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4/15/2020
When: Wednesday, April 15, 2020
1:00 PM EST
Where: United States
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Leaders Worth Following

Wednesday, April 15, 2020
1:00 - 2:00 p.m. Eastern / 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. Central


Presented by: Andrew Robinson

Who in your life have you HAD to follow? Make a list. Now consider a different question: Who in your life have you WANTED to follow? There’s a good chance that the second list is considerable shorter than the former.
 
And now for the hardest question of all: Which category would the people you lead place you in? Do that HAVE to follow you, or do they WANT to follow you?
 
Whether you’re a seasoned leader, fresh out of college, or somewhere in between, this webinar is a must-attend for anyone seeking to develop themselves into 21st Century leaders. During our time together you’ll learn practical skills you can immediately apply to:

  1. Increase your influence within your organization
  2. Increase your team’s performance and cross-team performance
  3. Build a scalable, sustainable leadership culture within your organization

In addition to learning these skills, Andrew Robinson, a certified GiANT consultant, will present a refreshing alternative to traditional approaches to leadership development. He’ll also introduce you to GiANT’s leadership platform—an online learning resource that combines a wealth of content like Netflix with the interactivity of Peloton. 
 
And as a bonus, everyone that registers will receive a free month’s subscription to GiANT where you can access more than 700 leadership videos and other resources.

Hear from Andrew about what to expect from the webinar:

 

 

Presenter Bio

Andrew Robinson has worked with global brands like Nike, regional clients like the Portland Trailblazers and Portland General Electric, as well as a number of local companies and organizations.  

Driven by his fascination with human engagement and relationships, Andrew received his Masters from the University of Oregon, where he was trained in systems theory and the dynamics of human communication. 

In 2006 he began his coaching and consulting practice, through which he’s served a wide range of organizations and sectors, both private and public.