All Member Meeting - Servant Leadership that Get’s Sh*t Done
5:00 p.m - Presentation from the Board on Chapter Performance and Goals
5:30 p.m. - Q&A open for Members
5:50 p.m. - Break
6:00 p.m. - Presentation with J. Scott
Are you tired of hearing that most Projects fail because of poor communication? The frustration you feel is probably because you instinctively understand the following:
- Projects don’t fail; they don’t have a heartbeat or a social security number. People fail…
- Communication is simply the vehicle we use to lead…
- Blaming failure on communication is the greatest obstacle to addressing the lack of leadership skills that lead to undesirable outcomes.
If we were to simplify the success criteria for a leader, it would be “they enable their team to get sh*t done that creates value for their organization.”
When organizations focus on improving communication, they generally add processes and guidelines that increase the workload on teams that are already struggling to deliver the desired results. But it’s easier to use communication as the scapegoat than it is to admit they “suck at leadership!”
The solution is to focus on developing the leadership skills of each of their team members regardless of their title … The basic foundation of an agile organization, an agile mindset, and teamwork is that “everyone is a leader.” Increasing the Leadership Quotient (LQ) in an organization, and getting “lean” with the process will lead to more successful projects and desired outcomes.
This presentation will provide the audience with 2 simple game-changing techniques to earn credibility and 6 leadership techniques that can be put into practice immediately. J. Scott, Founder @120VC and author of “The Irreverent Guide to Project Management, An Agile Approach to Enterprise Project Management,” and “It’s Never Just Business, It’s About People.” will show you that great leaders aren’t just born, they can be made!
Disclaimer: This presentation is not for those that are afraid of heights, don’t think Saturday Night Live is funny, aren’t interested in developing mad skills or crybabies! The session will be conducted in a remote region of the city with no access to the “Waaaambulance”!
Learning Outcomes & Objectives:
- The Psychology of Getting Great Results | The Difference Between a Boss & a Leader
- How we “Communicate to Lead”
- How to Take Ownership of the Outcomes by Taking Responsibility for What is Heard
- How to Stop Holding People Accountable by Helping Team Members Stay Accountable
- How to Effectively Lead Up
Speaker: J. Scott, CEO 120VC
From the start of his career spent jumping out of helicopters in the United States Navy, J. Scott has a long history of leadership, servanthood, and bearing witness to the transformative power of getting shit done. Since starting 120VC he's personally overseen the global transformational efforts within organizations such as DirecTV, Trader Joe's, Blizzard Entertainment, Sony Pictures, Mattel, and others. His team's unique, irreverent approach to change has generated breakthrough results and created meaningful jobs. In addition to being a successful entrepreneur, J. Scott is a devoted husband and father and author of "It's Never Just Business: It's About People," and "The Irreverent Guide to Project Management," both available on Amazon.com.
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