When introducing team communication and leadership development initiatives, many clients find it useful to bring Connie in to keynote a corporate event to introduce and train the company on what's to come.
Today's best leaders know that in order to stay competitive, investing in leadership development allows them to reevaluate and retune their leadership skills.
Connie Dieken is a trusted executive advisor to leaders of the world's top brands. Connie coaches senior leaders to harness the core leadership and communication skill of influence and executive presence.
The CEO firing was direct and dismissive. Barnes & Noble didn't stick to the bland yet reliable “we’re moving in a different direction” script when it booted Chief Executive Officer Ron Boire. They didn’t give him a gentle heave-ho with the old standby “he’s stepping down to pursue different opportunities” tale. Instead, Barnes & Noble whacked their CEO in bold fashion. The core issue is trust. And trust is an endless dance.
His greatness — and crossover appeal — lived at the intersection of humanity, athleticism, and activism. Even in death, his presence is felt everywhere. Muhammad Ali was by far the most influential presence in sports. How did he shake up the world and rise from reviled to revered? And what can you do to build your own influential presence? Here are five lessons from Ali’s epic presence that you can use to maximize your own greatness: