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The Platinum Rule of Leadership

90 Minutes
6 months
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$195. One Participant

Recorded Version: Unlimited viewing for 6 months ( Access information will be emailed 24 hours after the completion of live webinar)

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Overview: The Platinum Rule emphasizes doing for others as they would have done for them - rather than what you want done for yourself. In the spirit of servant leadership, discover practical applications for growing effective working relations by leading with HEART - Honesty, Empathy, Attention, Response, Trust. Improve interpersonal communication, relational understanding, employee retention, and leadership success.

Why should you attend: Are you a leader people want to work for? Or are members of your team disengaged, uninspired, not communicating, producing poorly, experiencing conflict, or quitting on you? If you want to grow your leadership skills to improve working relationships and team performance, attend this webinar.

Areas Covered in the Session:
  • Leadership styles
  • Leadership mindset
  • Leadership self-understanding
  • Empathy
  • Perception checking
  • Effective listening
  • Trust building

Who Will Benefit:
  • Executive leaders
  • Team leaders
  • Team Managers
  • Team Supervisors

Dr. Ethan Raath is the owner of Highwire Leadership providing leadership development through coaching, consulting, training, and speaking. He offers a blend of leadership experience in business, professional, nonprofit, academic, and religious settings. Ethan’s expertise draws on uniquely diverse roles as communication professor, organizational consultant, conflict management trainer, employee relations mediator, diversity consultant, team facilitator, career coach, and crisis counselor.

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