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Free Webinar Replay – “How to Adapt Your People Culture in Changing Times”

In this new online webinar with Lee Ellis and Hugh Massie, they guided us on what type of leadership balance is needed right now, how to better connect and modify our behavior as leaders, and tactics on communicating with others based on their hard-wired talents.

What do your colleagues and team members need right now? And how can understanding natural behavior equip you to be successful in adapting to their needs?

Please register at this Zoom Webinar Link and watch the free, on-demand recording.

This content of this webinar was based on their new book, Leadership Behavior DNA: Discovering Natural Talents and Managing Differences. See more details below, and purchase your copy from your favorite book retailer –

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Every human is unique — and the best leaders know why this might be an advantage. Learn how embracing different talents and abilities, both our own and those of others, can lead to more effective leadership and success.

Grounded in statistical research and supported by data from millions of clients and more than 45 years of workplace experience, Lee Ellis and Hugh Massie reveal their personal stories and experience on how they’ve successfully helped organizations achieve their goals by applying practical insights on human design.

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Additional discount available for bulk orders.

“…There are few that have made significant strides on making ‘knowing yourself’ operational and real as Lee and Hugh have in this marvelous book. Reading this book is a compelling adventure. If you follow the path, you will change for the better!” Richard Boyatzis, Co-author of the international best seller, Primal Leadership and the new Helping People Change

“This is the book that I have longed for during my decades in managing talent. Having seen the positive impact of DNA Behavior on my teams, this is a must-read for leaders who desire to build strong teams by accelerating natural talents in an authentic and lasting way.” – Belva White, CPA, MBA, Vice President for Finance & Treasury, Emory University

 

 

 

 

 

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