Insights from the front-line
What do workers really think about their leaders? Your leaders might be surprised. With Roydon's help they'll be inspired.
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How to become a leadership star
What does it take to be the kind of leader that people really want to work with?
Your audience will discover simple ways to become the leader their organisation can’t afford to lose.
‘People leave leaders, not jobs’.
Roydon will help your leaders discover why their team members:
- might not take them seriously as a leader
- could fail to follow their instructions and deliver what you want
- end up taking their valuable skills and knowledge elsewhere
Why choose Roydon Gibbs?
- He has valuable insights from the front line to share with your audience.
- Roydon is an authority on engagement at work and one of New Zealand's most experienced trainers and speakers.
- His style is down-to-earth. He specialises in skills - not just theory.
Roydon's insights come from working with thousands of people on the front line in hundreds of workplaces.
His key solutions are based on the objective evidence of peer-reviewed research, not pop psychology.
Practical take-away messages
Roydon gets excited about the practical stuff that really does make a difference.
He is an engaging, skilful and entertaining presenter.
Your audience won’t be bored. They leave with ideas they can use from the next day.
What's most useful for your leaders?
Roydon will need to talk with you to see what would be most relevant.
- The three universal motivators. They work for all cultures and may cost nothing
- Promoting healthy mindsets in your team. Not just positivity, but the kind of thinking and language that really does bring out the best in workers
- How to inspire your team. Not fancy words, but creating a sense of purpose so that your team feel great about coming to work each day
- The two skills that will set you apart as a leader and how to use them
- How to be clear, direct and get stuff done, without being a dictator.