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The Missing Piece In Leadership
How to Create the Future You Want

Special Half-Day workshop, Wednesday, April 10, 2013
at Regis University
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"New results require new thinking.
The Missing Piece in Leadership is a
shift from the 'way it's always been done'
to a 'what's possible' mindset that creates an
endless well of options and opportunities."
Stephen M. R. Covey
Author, The Speed of trust

Wednesday April 10, 2013
Regis University, Denver Campus
Adult Learning Center

Regis Denver Campus, Claver Hall. North on Lowell Blvd to Parking Lot 4. You will see the Claver sign on the bldg at the end of the parking lot.

7:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Continental Breakfast Included

$35 student,
$100 individual,
$250 for 3 People
$460 for 6 People

Sponsor Table: $500
Includes 3 People attending


A huge part of success as a leader is gauged by how well one orchestrates a set of people to produce the desired outcome. This session will dissolve the mystery of why that has appeared to be so hard to accomplish.

The Missing Piece in Leadership: How to Create the Future You Want, the book upon which this half-day is based, is written for leaders who are doing their best at what they've been taught and still not getting the desired results.

This transformational workshop generates a total re-set in thinking about leadership and how to effectively go about producing results through people. This half-day is an un-learning of the conditioning that has produced much of the stress and effort usually associated with any improvement effort.

Much of the stress and effort experienced by leaders and managers today is actually caused by inherited ways of doing things that are, in essence, habits, some of which no longer serve you well.

The workshop will clearly demonstrate the primary reason that what needs to happen to create more effective leaders cannot be trained. It must be brought out, or developed, from within each individual. The obstacles keeping the old habits or patterns in place have to be removed or supplanted. Training will not accomplish this outcome.

Doug will reveal a fundamental shift in thinking essential for any organization to create more of what they want. Leaders will remember how to achieve the mental edge that leads to consistent and sustainable high performance. In essence, how to turn survival to "thrival" in our rapidly changing, dynamic environment.

To summarize, this “back-to-the-basics” workshop guides leaders in discovering for themselves what is most effective in producing results through their people. Among the immediate results you can expect to experience from this transformational workshop are:

• A paradigm shift from “manager” to inspiring leader.
• A dramatic improvement in “people skills” and in the ability to have people performing at their best consistently.
• Each leader performing your own particular function at a level of effectiveness consistently matching or exceeding your best past performance.
• Leaders will be equipped with a proven set of tools and techniques necessary to generate and sustain high levels of collaboration, inclusion and innovation.

Bottom-line, the result any organization is experiencing today is what happens the way people are doing things now – the way they are thinking now. Until the thinking changes, nothing else changes.

What if everything you’ve learned about how to manage people is wrong?
Doug Krug says that if you’ve ever wished your employees were smarter,
more efficient, and harder-working, the problem isn’t them – it’s you.
The Missing Piece in Leadership invites you to set aside your
'best practices' and start asking the right questions about your role as a leader.

Daniel H. Pink,
DRIVE, To Sell Is Human and A Whole New Mind

Doug Krug is a thought leader in creating and sustaining high-performance organizations. He’s written three books on the power of transformation in thinking. Also,15 years at Johns Hopkins University’s MBA Program, and teaching at CDC, FBI Academy, DEA, NASA, VA, Secret Service Academy as well as working with executive teams at GE, GM, NASDAQ, Lockheed-Martin and three Governor’s Cabinets.

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Driving I-70, exit 271-B at Lowell Blvd and head North. Continue past Regis Blvd, to Parking Lot 4. Turn into the lot and park.  The Adult Learning Center (Claver Hall) is on the right in front of you (facing East). The All Purpose Room formerly the Mountain View Room is on your Right.





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