Past Teleconferences for Sale


Unexpected Change: The New Order for Organizational Effectiveness
This Teleseminar was conducted on October 20, 2006

This teleseminar will assist you to recognize how change influences organizational behavior. Additionally, insight from this seminar provides a context to create individual and organizational alignment. We will describe actions that enhance performance, build responsiveness to critical new situations, and contribute to ethical action.

$179.00 each. Call to order.


Have you ever refused a job offer? Insights for those who inspire others
This Teleseminar was conducted on September 15, 2006

Everyday, a solution awakes to take-on organizational challenges. The renowned psychologist Abraham Maslow was fond of the asking a question to this effect: Have you ever refused a job offer? He speculated that the response to that question provided insight into factors of human motivation. We extend these concepts to move from the personal to the interpersonal to the organizational. Stress in today's world, and continuing and constant streams of demand and information, require that managers abandon historical contexts of motivating others. We share insights and action plans to inspire others to achieve.

$179.00 each. Call to order.


Conundrums and Dilemmas: How to Assess Organizational Culture
This Teleseminar was conducted on August 18, 2006

Achieve change in real time by understanding the changing nature of performance. Culture is essential in the development of organizations that customers and employees alike love. Culture has an essential role in keeping good people and building brands that last. Culture is not a problem in the sense that it is something to be solved. Rather, culture by its dynamic nature needs to be understood and placed within actionable frameworks.

$179.00 each. Call to order.


Where Have All Leaders Gone? Why Leaders Don't Tell and Don't Ask About Retention
This Teleseminar was conducted on July 21, 2006

When high-potential and high-performing contributors leave your organization, how do your leaders respond? Do they wave more money or more compensation? Are promises extended to those who are departing that don't apply to those who stay? Leading retention culture organizations have personal credibility and high integrity. Retention makes a significant payment to organizational performance.

$179.00 each. Call to order.


Work Life Balance Is Unattainable but a Good Blend is Possible
This Teleseminar was conducted on June 16, 2006

Work-life balance is an unattainable objective. Many pursue this objective when failure is certain. The new concept in this area is achieving a good blend of work and life. A blend concept affirms an optimal mix of work and life that supports a sense of well-being and a life without regrets.

$179.00 each. Call to order.


Got Health? Organizational and Executive Well-Being
This Teleseminar was conducted on May 19, 2006

We typically conceive of organizational health as a measure or product of organizational well-being and effectiveness. Additionally, we conceive of executive health in terms of regular check-ups and whole-person diagnostics. We are working at the frontier of bridging executive health and organizational health, contributing some of leading scholar-practitioner work in this area. Our hypothesis is that there is a significant connection between executive and organizational well-being. Practitioners responsible for leading healthy organizations benefit from this leading-edge work on wellness.

$179.00 each. Call to order.


A Few Simple Rules for Leading in a Complex World
This Teleseminar was conducted on April 21, 2006

Emails bounce off us like raindrops on a car windshield. Organizational memos and assignment announcements often go unnoticed. When everything is critical and urgent, absorption capacity either reduces or becomes an opaque barrier for change. We distill, based on our experience in dozens of leading organizations and with hundreds of leaders, simple rules for leading in a complex world. The results of our learning drive enormous benefit for those who lead.

$179.00 each. Call to order.


The New $64,000 Question: Culture and Leadership
This Teleseminar was conducted on March 17, 2006

Leadership and culture are synonymous. Did you ever work in organization where you absolutely did not fit? Do you ever tell prospects the failure to understand organizational culture will result in limited opportunity? Discussion of culture often causes busy executives to roll their eyes given the press of business. Discover how to engage leaders in culture discussions that count!

$179.00 each. Call to order.


How to Lead Effectively in a Complex World
This Teleseminar was conducted on January 20, 2006

Leadership deepens employee commitment and advances organizational achievement. Organizations fail without leadership creating undesirable resource drain. Achieving success with today's challenges prepares an organization for future success. Effective leadership transforms organizations.

$179.00 each. Call to order.


Discovery and Diversity in Leadership: Hopeful Reflections
This Teleseminar was conducted on December 9, 2005

As the year draws to a close, Mike Horne will present a new agenda for the coming year and the remainder of the decade. Mike will consider his experiences in advancing agendas and in developing supportive structures that promote an ambitious agenda for organizational leadership. We'll reflect on the past to consider new organizational realities and changing economies. If you want prosperity in your organization, you'll join us for a discussion of five topics:

$179.00 each. Call to order.


Creating Leadership Legacies & Re-inventing Leadership Development
This Teleseminar was conducted on November 18, 2005

On this day in November, Americans remember and honor war veterans. We take a decidedly different twist on that occasion, but use the power of memory to evoke learning on the long-term desire of many leaders: legacy. Additionally, we'll use the platform of memory to describe how individuals can reinvent stalled leadership development. Join in this discussion:

$179.00 each. Call to order.


Executive Wellness: Putting Health into Leader and Leadership Development
This Teleseminar was conducted on October 21, 2005

This teleconference will unite Mike with a noted health and wellness educator. Together, Mike and his guest explore the relationship between executive well-being and leadership development. They present an emerging, actionable model, to link wellness to leadership development. This promises to rearrange your thinking and actions on wellness and leadership development. Join us to consider:

$179.00 each. Call to order.


How to Put Your Leadership Development Efforts on Track
This Teleseminar was conducted on September 16, 2005

If we want efficiency in leadership development, we have to begin with the idea of effectiveness. Too many developing leaders fear risk and therefore stall learning. Leadership developers can be risk-adverse employees as the seek acceptance and approval. The factors combine to produce leadership development efforts that are unsatisfactory and under-fulfilling! We'll consider five elements in this discussion:

$179.00 each. Call to order.


Leadership when it Sizzles
This Teleseminar was conducted on August 5, 2005

In the summer, it's hot! Leaders are adept at confrontation but sometimes unskilled at managing crises when they occur. In this powerful action-packed hour, we'll consider factors that contribute to healthy development in times of personal and organizational crisis. We'll learn why some succeed in this turbulence and why others can't move beyond the mention of confrontation. Join us for this discussion of five topics:

$179.00 each. Call to order.


Analysis, Feedback, and Change in Organizational Cultures
This Teleseminar was conducted on July 15, 2005

Join Mike Horne and a special guest to review groundbreaking research into organizational cultures. Mike and his guest will describe a revolutionary approach to assessing organizational culture. This approach utilizes feedback as a basis for organizational action. As a method, it is deceptively simple in implementation and rich in terms of return on value. In this seminar, we consider five items:

$179.00 each. Call to order.


The Quest to Climb
This Teleseminar was conducted on June 17, 2005

Have you ever heard or experienced a "climber?" These individuals seek to advance and to acquire additional power, prestige, and reference in organizations. Some perpetually climb, others fail in their pursuits, and still others arrive in significant organizational leadership positions. In leadership development work, professionals seek to level access to opportunity and to foster strong individual development. These approaches may "turn-off" climbers to leadership development while posing issues for development professionals. The consequences for groups and other social systems can be significant. This lively session engages your consideration of values in theory and values in practice, as we consider these items:

$179.00 each. Call to order.


Leadership Poison: Working with and Understanding New Research
This Teleseminar was conducted on May 13, 2005

The end of 2004, and the beginning of the 2005, ushered in more work on "toxic" leaders and toxic leadership. The number of new book titles, articles, and speeches on this topic was increasing. Despite our enduring fascination with leaders and leadership development, the topic of leadership "poison" has never been featured as prominently as it is today. What's going on? Does it have something to do with new and emerging organizational forms or increasingly long workdays? We've moved beyond the ideas of "good" and "bad" leaders and leadership (if it was ever a relevant conversation) to exploring in deeper ways the pathologies of leaders in organizational environments. We consider five topics in this session:

$179.00 each. Call to order.


Give Me a Break: Results and Outcomes in Leadership Development Work
This Teleseminar was conducted on April 15, 2005

In the course of our work, we've met few professionals who aren't concerned about the outcomes and results of their work. In the world of human resources development, where the workday literally never ends, the quest for meaningful results is often elusive. Despite elusive results, the outcomes of leadership development work are profound. Partnerships in leadership development are central to the creation of positive individual, organizational, and social outcomes. Join us for this hour of discussion to focus on these objectives:

$179.00 each. Call to order.


Leaders and Leadership in Developing and Sustaining Organizational Cultures
This Teleseminar was conducted on March 11, 2005

Leadership and culture are two sides of the same coin? Why do some organizations really seem to "get it," while others struggle daily to claim their soul and identity. Participants in this workshop discover keys to building performance cultures that sustain long-term advantage. In this seminar, we consider the impact of leadership and management in advancing and hindering the development of desired cultures. Additionally, we consider how culture informs and shapes important choices and decisions in organizations.

$179.00 each. Call to order.


Leading Salespeople: Making More of Leadership in Sales
This Teleseminar was conducted on February 11, 2005

Do you lead salespeople or have accountability to sales associates in your organization? Are you concerned with issues of retention and increasing revenue? We'll consider tailored strategies for leading in sales environments. Learn the factors that generate leadership credibility in sales. We'll consider:

$179.00 each. Call to order.


Blending Work and Life: Considerations for Leaders Who Travel Frequently
This Teleseminar was conducted on January 14, 2005

Mike will share specific strategies for leading from afar. As a noted columnist on travel and leadership, he'll share the secrets that successful leaders have discovered. If you find that your work takes you "away" from the office, you'll gain relevant action steps for your immediate consideration and implementation. We'll consider:

$179.00 each. Call to order.


Developing Others: Self, Others, and Organization in Perspective
This Teleseminar was conducted on December 10, 2004

Most leaders we know are enriched from experiences of developing others; they discover enormous personal satisfaction in developing others. Discover the elements that help to cultivate personal and organizational talent. Begin to put these ideas and skills to use in your organization immediately after the teleconference. We'll consider:

$179.00 each. Call to order.


Integrity at Work: Developing Leadership Capacity
This Teleseminar was conducted on November 12, 2004

Integrity is one of the most discussed and least understood topics in leadership. Acts of integrity create loyalty among followers and customers. This teleconference illustrates factors that promote and impede leadership integrity. We'll consider:

$179.00 each. Call to order.


Inspiring Others: Change Yourself, Change the World
This Teleseminar was conducted on October 15, 2004

Motivating others begins with an understanding of personal biases and drives. In a fast paced hour, you will be introduced to key concepts in motivation theory, and learn to inspire others to improved performance. This topic consistently enriches those who begin to apply inspirational principles in their personal and professional lives. We'll consider:

$179.00 each. Call to order.



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