"If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more, you are a leader."
John Quincy Adams
"Calling All Leaders" Book
Have you ever wished that you could find an easy to read “field manual or playbook” that would help you as a new leader, or as a leader who is looking to take their leadership skills to the next level? As a new leader we often accept this new responsibility with little or no training. Then we have to figure out what works and what doesn’t work as we go along. If we have had great mentors along the way, our path will be much easier. But if we haven’t, where do we turn to learn leadership lessons without having to make too many mistakes along the way? And as an experienced leader, we often need some reminders about using skills that we may have learned many years ago but got lost along the way from facing one crisis after another.
That is why I wrote this book. I wanted to answer a question that many of the leaders I have trained over the years have asked. That is, If I were to distill 50 years of leadership experience into the 10 most important lessons that I have learned about leading, what would they be? Through the use of my experiences, exercises that I have developed for my leadership programs, and some humor along the way, I hope to be able to make your leadership journey an easier and more productive one regardless of how long you have been a leader.
In Calling All Leaders, I talk about lessons that include: The Leadership Relationship Dance, What Tic-Tac-Toe thinking is and why it’s important, How to connect with the people you lead, How to break thru communications barriers all human beings experience, The art of asking questions, How to stop beating your head against the wall in frustration, and How to recognize the enemies of being a great leader.
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Over the last 40 years, Larry Face has used his public speaking skills and knowledge about leadership and business to impact thousands of lives. As a person who has started three businesses, worked in corporate America, and served in many leadership roles, Larry brings experience and a passion for leadership growth and development to groups of all sizes across the Country.
Larry’s favorite keynote to deliver is “The Top 10 Leadership Lessons I Learned The Hard Way” and is based on the book described above. This keynote is an interactive conversation distilling over 50 years of leadership experience into the 10 most important lessons that I have learned. Through the use of my experiences and the group sharing theirs, exercises that I have developed for my leadership and team building programs, and some humor along the way, I hope to be able to make the leadership journey an easier and more productive one regardless of how long a person has been a leader.
Other Keynote ProgramsInclude:
· 10 Traits of Really Great Leaders
· Top 10 Rules For Powerful Communications
· EQ, The Secret of Powerful Leadership
· The Roadmap To Success For High Achievement
· The Art of Creating Inspiring Goals
· Accountability; The Secret Ingredient to Trust
A few past keynote clients include:
- Florida State Conference for The Florida Public Relations Association
- Florida State Conference for The Florida Association of Medical Specialists
- Florida State Conference for The Florida Association of Chamber Professionals
- National Conference for The Personal Finance Employee Education Foundation
- National Conferences for The Conference Board
To assure you of his commitment to meeting your needs, Larry maintains a 100% satisfaction guarantee for all of his speaking, training, and executive coaching services.
Audience comments include:
“Participants from your seminar are singing your praises and requesting an encore.”
“He was Great. He’s the best speaker at the conference – he knows how!”
“Excellent motivation! Keep this quality of speaker coming in future conferences!”
“Great closing speaker! Thank you for providing actual ‘meat’ for professional development and not just humor/entertainment. I have a different perspective now on how to develop myself as a leader to those around me.”
“I just wanted to thank you for your great presentation. I have received a great deal of positive comments. Many indicated that you related to the topics very well by bringing in personal life experiences. I am pleased that many indicated they feel you gave them action plans that they will be able to utilize not only in their work life, but their personal life as well. Many thanks for a great job! I certainly will keep you in mind for any future needs we might have.”
“You presentation was engaging and thought provoking, and the time just flew by.”
“I really enjoy your sessions and learn a great deal that I can use in my own life and at the work place. I have been to many seminars in the 15 years I’ve worked at the Community Center and honestly I have been able to use more of what I learned from you than any other.”
“The time spent at your seminar went by so fast. You made it not only interesting but “fun” as well.”
“My favorite program today was the Leadership workshop with Larry Face. It was well organized and packed with information.”
“I used to write and teach leadership and was pulled back into it by attending Larry Face’s workshop. I will be conducting a teamwork session with my people at the office.”
“Larry Face’s program was our best ‘walk away with’ session.”