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UPCOMING WEBINARS

JUNE 10TH | 11:00 TO 11:30 AM MST

Activate Potential:
Don’t Tell Me What to Do

Chances are you have experienced the frustration of being micro-managed. It is also likely that if you manage employees, you have inadvertently fallen victim of this same criticism. Despite best intentions, the subtle slope is easy to slide down. Most managers are in their position because they have a record of executing tasks skillfully and competently. So, it’s natural that managers gravitate to their comfort zone when promoted to leadership roles and try to transfer their action-based skills to their subordinates. In this webinar we will call out the inhibitive nature of management of actions and how leaders can transcend to an outcome-based approach.

Join CEO and adjunct MBA professor, Dan Bruder, and Blendification co-founder, Shawn DeVerse, as they delve into outcome-based culture and how it empowers employees by enabling decentralized decision-making and action-taking aligned with strategic outcomes.

JULY 8TH | 11:00 TO 11:30 AM MST

Activate Potential:
PowerPoint is Not Progress

Do you default to PowerPoint as your instrument of choice when communicating initiatives, goals, and plans in the workplace? If yes, then you are like most leaders who reason that more slide decks means better team alignment, clearer objectives, and assured results. Sorry to say, but PowerPoint is not progress. Few employees walk away from PowerPoint presentations prepared for success because too many key variables are left absent. That is where the Activation Formula comes in.

Join CEO and adjunct MBA professor, Dan Bruder, and Blendification co-founder, Shawn DeVerse, as they introduce the Activation Formula and how to operate its key variables; Expectations, Evidence, Carrot, and Connection to align and set employees in motion. This is a powerful formula that every business leader should know and use.

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