Achieving Intelligent Leadership

What makes a truly great leader?
In today’s business world of fast-and-furiously changing global competitors and precarious economic conditions, determining the answer to this question—and finding people who embody it or could—is urgent.

One of today’s most respected experts on identifying and developing high-potential leaders, John Mattone defines great leaders by the strength of their strategic and tactical capabilities as well as their character.

In this webcast you’ll hear about his unique leadership self-assessment and development tools and discover how leadership is built on a foundation of three equally critical components: outer-core competencies, inner-core values, and maturity.

What You Will Learn
For leaders who striving to overcome their own limiting thoughts and habits and who want to become more effective, strategic, and balanced … join us to learn how to:
•Assess your capability in nine core strategic and tactical competencies
•Evaluate where you stand and how naturally you act on six critical elements of character: courage, diligence, gratitude, honesty, modesty, and loyalty
•Understand your predominant leadership trait and style
•Build rapport, trust, and credibility with individuals who exhibit different predominant traits from your own
•And much more.

John Mattone is the president of JohnMattonePartners, Inc., a global leadership consulting firm. He has been recognized by the prestigious Thinkers50 as one of the world’s leading management thinkers and by Leadership Excellence Magazine as one of the world’s top independent leadership consultants, executive coaches, and speakers. He has written for The Huffington Post, CEO Magazine, CLO Magazine, CIO Magazine, The Globe and Mail, Harvard Business Review, among others. John Mattone and his work are the subject of a 30-minute documentary produced by PBS. In addition, Mattone teaches in the executive MBA program at Florida Atlantic University and is the author of Talent Leadership and Intelligent Leadership (AMACOM).


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