Technique Leadership

We learn in three ways…Trial and Error, Thought and Awareness. After a relatively short period of our lives, most of us move beyond the pain of Trial and Error learning. Because it takes place through reactions to circumstances over which there is little perceived control, it produces little self-confidence development. Once, however, basic needs are being met regularly, human beings can move on to Belief Development in Thought as the basis for self-actualization through Achievement. At this level, we set numerous goals…personal, educational, occupational and social…and reach many. However, we find, all too often, that once we reach a goal, we are required to set another and another to maintain our self-confidence…and so it goes.

Achievement is an ever-stressing process, with its frustrations and failures. What we want most is to get off the treadmill of accomplishment and get our lives on purpose and on the road to Awareness and Authentic Mastery©.

MOVING FROM ACHIEVEMENT TO AUTHENTIC MASTERY© can help you reach optimum levels of self-realization. The proven texhniques are available to you today to help you move from manager to leader.

You’ll come away with skills and insights you can put to use, immediately:

  • to listen to your Inner Direction; to see your Purpose, clearly.
  • to adopt a Contribution Orientation in life, rather than merely depending on goal accomplishment.
  • to look for solutions rather than right answers, which are never realizable.
  • to learn the difference between Management and Leadership and enable Operative Leadership©.
  • to enhance your People Skills, Innovation, Risk Taking Ability and Flexibility to enable your leadership quotient to grow.
  • to welcome the challenges of change into your life, on a daily basis, to provide you with true security.
  • to transform your Beliefs to Knowing and live your life through Authentic Mastery©.

Throughout the many years of career progression, executives are presented with many opportunities to impart knowledge, values, beliefs and vision…to sound like they know what they are saying and get the message out. Sadly, the majority of executives get caught up in the words, the message is lost and the desired change in others is never fully realized. The reason this happens is that most of us were taught to Think…before you speak! This allows the Ego to produce Fear to protect the Self from embarrassment…of saying the wrong thing.

Proven techniques are available, today, from the FULL VOICETM Vocal Communication Method© to change the paradigm to Speak…and let your Awareness give you the words.

You’ll come away with skills and insights you can put to use, immediately:

  • To stop worrying about the words and just talk about what you know.
  • To understand your Awareness will only give you truth…and it will never let you down.
  • To control the Ego’s tendency for fear, whenever you are called on to speak.
  • To believe in the efficacy of what you KNOW.
  • To be who you are rather than who you want to be.
  • To be inner directed and other focused.
  • To speak in a relaxed and effective manner, with pitch, projection, quality.
  • To develop an effective 15-second personal introduction, so you’ll feel confident and be more effective in networking opportunities.
  • To enhance you interviewing skills, so you’ll be able to listen non-judgmentally and be able to find out others’ hidden agendas and be able to provide solutions.
  • To bring your physical movements into sync with your mind, so you’ll appear together.
  • To express yourself in meaningful statements, so you’ll be understood the first time, more often.
  • And, to trust your Awaeness to give you the words, so you can unscript your presentations and act more authentically.

Leadership is an easy task, when the obstacles are controllable. When things get out-of-hand, superlative leadership skills are necessary to rally the troops, deal with internal conflict and prevail over adversity. The leader must be able to communicate his personal optimism and belief in the creative power of the group to find solutions to the challenges facing them.

You’ll learn proven techniques from a leading solution builder and team trainer, so you’ll be better able to deal with the seemingly insurmountable problems

You’ll come away with skills and insights you can put to use, immediately:

  • to develop a sustaining, realistic optimism, to ensure that you’ll know it can be done, no matter how many mishaps occur and how steep the odds.
  • to communicate with more passion and sincerity, and get the team to take you seriously.
  • to instill in your team a knowing that there will always be another option; a solution orientation.
  • to inspire the team with strong, symbolic acts.
  • to maintain personal stamina to stay effective, to stay the course of the crisis.
  • to build morale by maintaining cohesion and cooperation among the team members.
  • to increase the team’s risk quotient to allow for innovative thinking and flexibility.
  • to overcome seemingly insignificant conflicts by defusing anger, engaging dissidents and avoiding power struggles; to encourage the team to celebrate small victories to neutralize fear, focus, reenergize and prevail.
  • to focus energy on short-term goals to maintain forward momentum, while keeping the mission in mind.
  • to keep everyone participating actively on tasks leading to the final resolution.

A personal management communication program

Management is no longer about giving orders. It’s about encouraging employees to do what they know how to do, more efficiently and effectively; to grow themselves and companies they work for. Employees know much better than their supervisors, in many cases, what it takes to do their jobs and what it takes to imrove the processes they use. How the manager packages communications to employees can make the difference between success and failure.

This course from FULL VOICE™ Vocal Communication Method© will help you develop these skills.

You’ll come away with insights you can put to use, immediately:

  • to find your voice’s clear channel to other people, so they’ll want to listen to you.
  • to develop an effective 15-second personal introduction, so you’ll know who you are as a manager and be more confident and effective.
  • to enhance your interviewing skills, so you’ll be able to listen non-judgmentally and be able to find out what’s behind what’s being said and the real needs of your employees.
  • to express yourself in meaningful statements, so you’ll be understood the first time, more often.
  • to enhance the sincerity of your conversations, so the employees will know you care.
  • and, to trust your Awareness to give you the words, so you can unscript your conversations and act more authentically.

There is continuous tension between the need for control and creativity in all industries. Managers are asked to choose between Adherence to Process…the coordination of people and information and Openess to Practice…looking for effectiveness through innovation. Today’s successful managers must work around the tension and turn it into advantage.

In this course you can learn the proven techniques of Solution Orientation from one of the nation’s foremost vocal communication trainers.

You’ll come away from this training with effective techniques you can take to the workplace, immediately:

  • to foster innovation and creativity in employees at every level of the company…to ensure adaptability to change.
  • to empower employees to make adjustments to their processes, that no longer fit in their daily practices…to improve efficiency.
  • to grow the local knowledge loop…to reduce the tension between process and practice.
  • to see the difference between what tasks look like in the process manual and what they look like in reality.
  • to help people see the difference between what they think they do and what they really do.
  • to encourage brainstorming among natural employee groups, to improve the sociability of work… so problems can be solved, more quickly.
  • to develop a collective pool of practical knowledge, which everyone can choose to draw upon.
  • to encourage sequential collaboration through storytelling, to better understand what happened and why.