Spark Leaders in Your Organization
with Leadership Speaker, Ron Rael
Imagine what it would be like if the people you need to be instigators and influencers were fully capable and competent leaders, worth following.
About Ron Rael
As a Leadership Speaker, this is what you will gain when I speak at your next leadership event:
Insights into Great Leadership – I share my 40+ years of wisdom and best practices. The audience experiences my ‘Sticky TACS’ method that results in immediate application.
Experiential Learning in Leading Others – The only way to learn how to lead well is by doing it. Your audience will engage in activities that simulate the actual issues they face. This practice boosts their confidence.
Maximum Participant Engagement – When involved, audience retention of information exceeds 60%. I get everyone involved in actions that build trust and foster cooperation. The learning continues long after your event ends.
Most Requested Topics
The High Road® Leadership
Today’s problems are caused by poor leadership. I want you to become someone who has a positive impact and beneficial influence. You must learn how to lead from the High Road®. I will show you how.
When your employees are engaged, the impossible becomes possible. When they are disengaged… (you’ve experienced the problems this causes).
I provide insights into how to turn your disengaged employee into a passionate influencer.
Accountability is the most misunderstood concept in leadership. You cannot convince anyone to be accountable until YOU prove that YOU are accountable; It takes a village to hold someone accountable for their behavior and actions. I help you to define what accountability means and supply you with the tools you’ll need to instill accountability in your team’s culture.
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