If you don’t know where you’re going, you’re chances of getting there are a lot lower.
Here’s your chance to get help. On May 19, expert Jesse Lyn Stoner will explain how to create a blueprint for achieving personal success.
Register here for this free WebEx event.
Setting a clear vision for yourself is the first step. Then, once you know where you are going, you can set team and organizational goals that align everyone to maximize your effectiveness. In this WebEx, you’ll learn:
- How to set goals and take actions to help you get where you want to go
- Six guidelines to help you stay the course and make your vision a reality
- How to create a meaningful vision that engages everyone on your team
If you have been struggling in your job or are looking for ways to develop your career or increase your effectiveness, this WebEx is for you. Register today!
About Jesse Lyn Stoner
Jesse is coauthor, with Ken Blanchard, of the international bestseller Full Steam Ahead: Unleash the Power of Vision which has been translated into 22 language. She is also coauthor of Leading at a Higher Level with Ken Blanchard. You can read her blog here.
Founder of Seapoint Center, Jesse has worked closely with leaders for over twenty-five years, helping them create collaborative, engaged organizations that make a powerful and positive impact on the world. A business consultant, former executive, and bestselling author, Jesse has worked in a wide range of industries including Fortune 500s, small startups, government agencies, and nonprofits.
Jesse’s first experience with the power of vision took place in a fifth grade classroom, where she taught reading to children with learning disabilities. One day it occurred to her that the children had experienced so many years of failure, they probably couldn’t imagine themselves reading a book. Using mental imagery techniques, she had the children visualize themselves reading. That year the children made more progress and were happier than any previous class.
Intrigued by the children’s success, Jesse went on to study the impact of vision in other settings. She wrote her doctoral dissertation on vision and leadership, identifying the three elements of an enduring vision, and later developed practical ways to help leaders create a compelling vision and ensure it is lived.
Details: May 19, 9am PT | 12pm ET, Register Here