Living the Laws of Leadership

Living the Laws of Leadership
Lunch & Learn – pre-registration required

This session has an additional cost and includes additional CEUs, a boxed lunch and copy of “21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership”.

Based on John Maxwell’s book, “The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership”, this workshop will provide you with the practical tools you need to address the leadership challenges you encounter within the safety profession. Everyone who completes this workshop will receive a certificate of completion and a copy of John’s book, The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership.”  Upon completion of this training, participants will have the knowledge and skillset to effectively use the Maxwell Method of Leadership to cultivate daily leadership habits.

John Maxwell says, “Leadership is influence, nothing more, nothing less.” As Denis reflected on his past leadership struggles, he realized how accurate and relevant John’s quote is. Because, without influence, there is no leadership, and if there is no leadership, you can achieve nothing worthwhile. With an immense desire and passion for increasing his influence and help others do the same, Denis started Leader Influence LLC and leaderinfluence.net (blog). Through these two platforms, he has taken his passion, conviction, and desire for leadership to a higher level. In addition to his safety-related experience, Denis has become a respected leadership advisor and expert to many companies and organizations. Denis has a weekly LinkedIn post titled, “Insights To Influence,” where he provides realistic and achievable insights to increase one’s influence.

Presenter Denis Baker, CSP, ASP, CRIS

Denis is a Certified Executive/Business Coach, Trainer and Keynote Speaker for the John Maxwell Group and currently serves as the Corporate EHS Leader for ATW. He is a passionate person of influence committed to teaching and communicating practical and relevant influencing techniques. His uniquely passionate and emotionally driven style resonates with many, creating a desire for change and becoming a more effective leader.

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