In this motivational and informative program, Nancy reveals the secrets of Mastery in top-notch leadership. She shows you how excellent leadership is an art! To be a leading artist or a truly leading leader requires using the same principles of this program:
- Have a vision
- Know what attitude you are communicating
- Be an inspiration (enabling others to act at their levels of Mastery)
- Know your behavioral style (and the style of those you lead)
- Recognize your own leadership style
- Realize the differences between management and leadership
- Understand the significance of creativity in leadership
- Incorporate the concepts of servant leadership
- Use time management to enhance your leadership
Through compelling stories (e.g., learn how the pope used extraordinary leadership skills resulting in Michelangelo's Sistine Ceiling), business research, statistics and interaction, you will find this session energizing, informative and fun. Get practical and proven leadership strategies that are immediately applicable. You will also learn to be a masterful listener.
Nancy Noonan is a certified facilitator and coach in the DISC® and Values Behavioral Assessments. Through DISC, Nancy helps people increase the efficacy of their leadership skills so that they interact with less tension and conflict and with more understanding of each other's different styles and ways of behaving.
The RMGPA was beyond thrilled with Nancy Noonan’s dynamic opening keynote, ‘The Art of Leadership Mastery,’ at our 2015 conference. Nancy is an engaging speaker who incorporated group interaction in a fun and meaningful way. A few comments from attendees: ‘This was awesome; one of the best sessions we’ve ever had’ and ‘It helped me understand who I am as a leader.’ Nancy has the highest level of professionalism from start to finish; I highly recommend her as a speaker to any organization seeking to help develop effective leaders. —Valerie Scott, CPPB, Programs Committee Chair, Rocky Mountain Governmental Purchasing Association
This was excellent! Great examples . . . very memorable! I thought I was already a good leader. However, I learned ways to become a GREAT leader . . . and my staff will appreciate it! I especially liked the importance of daily attitude maintenance. —Sherry Martin, Supervisor, Montgomery County, Maryland
In the workplace and economy today, mediocrity can't be afforded. Excellence is a requirement. —Nancy Noonan
You made them think, you made them laugh. And you made me look great! You're an association executive's dream speaker to work with. —ASAE /CO Exec. Dir., Joan Tezak