Forward-thinking leaders must deal with change on a constant basis while being a positive example for those who follow them. David shows how to break personal barriers and say “yes” to change rather than resist it. He motivates leaders to see limitations as possibilities and to find inspiration and empowerment in a changing professional environment, and to inspire those they lead to embrace change. Through stories, humor, and practical examples, he illustrates the three primary strengths of leaders who gain the most from changing times: Adaptation, Imagination, and Communication.
NOTE: This is part II of a two-part session.
About David Mann
David Mann has presented and facilitated training at several Fortune 500 companies and non-profit organizations nationwide. He has a specialized focus on persuasive presentation for lawyers; he is on the faculty of Loyola School of Law and the National Institute for Trial Advocacy. As a performer and specialist, David has been featured in The New Yorker, Village Voice, and The Business Journal. A professional theater artist for over two decades, David has performed or directed for nationally-recognized theaters, he has written and performed five critically acclaimed one-man shows, and he is a recipient of a Bush Artist Fellowship for Storytelling.
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