Closing Session: What Leaders Really Do
Leadership has been recorded, researched and explored more than any other topic in the history of mankind.
Yet if we ask people what leadership means to them, we’ll get a variety of different answers. Some would say ‘the boss’ or the person who runs the company. Others see leaders as visionaries or coaches or ultimate decision-makers. Most would agree that leadership is important and has a significant impact on the success of any organization.
Tim and his team at Results Canada have worked with individuals and organizations for the past 20 years helping to unlock their potential and pursue higher levels of performance. Sometimes this performance is defined in financial terms, but more often success is based on employee engagement, empowerment and accountability. Foundational to creating a high-performance organization is What Leaders Really Do each and every day.
- Recognition of the top characteristics people look for in the leaders they admire and are willing to follow.
- How winning organizations use leadership, culture and vision to attract the right people even in tight labour markets.
- How great leadership leverages world-class thinking in motivation, engagement and accountability.
- Where you are in your leadership journey through the application of a self-assessment.
- Real world examples of both well-known companies, and lesser known western Canadian firms applying the approaches and techniques described.
Tim O’Connor is a leading business consultant, speaker, veteran entrepreneur, and CEO of Results Canada Inc. He has applied his leadership and business skills to drive significant results in both entrepreneurial and corporate environments.
Today Tim and the Results Canada team work with growth-oriented clients, both large and small, helping them to deliver extraordinary results. He engages leadership teams in the creation of their strategic plans and coaches them through successful execution.
CLF Presenting Sponsor
Fairmont Chateau Whistler
Session Date: May 5, 2018
Session Time: 12:15 pm