How to be a REAL Success Webinar
Tuesday, April 16, 2013 from 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)
HOW TO BE A REAL SUCCESS
Develop the Ability to Work with People
To Become a REAL Success…it is imperative to RELATE to others better as you understand relational rules; EQUIP others with the proper skill sets; improve your ATTITUDE through daily practices; and LEAD others successfully to where you have gone and beyond.
People are inspired by and desire to be like great leaders yet become overwhelmed by the perceived knowledge needed to learn the skill of leadership. Learn the four elements of success:
R – Relationships
E – Equipping
A – Attitude
L – Leadership
This free Career Services webinar is sponsored by the Florida West Coast Chapter of APICS, The Association for Operations Management (www.apicstampabay.org). Our presenter is Kim D. Moore, independent certified Coach, Teacher and Speaker with the John Maxwell Team (www.kimdmoore.com); coaches, speakers, teachers and communicators worldwide mentored by leadership authority John Maxwell.
Success is: knowing your purpose in life; growing to your maximum potential; sowing the seeds that benefit others. It is a rather simple recipe yet requires awareness, study, practice and mentoring to achieve.
Our webinar will take place from 8:00-9:00 pm on Tuesday, April 16, 2013. You will need a telephone and computer to connect to the webinar. Please note when you select the "Complete Registration" button you will be redirected to the Go To Meeting webinar platform to finish registering.
Kim D. Moore, Ed. S. Coach, Teacher and Speaker The John Maxwell Team | (813) 644-9654 www.vimeo.com/kimdmoore/johnmaxwellteam
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Kim D. Moore - Coach, Teacher and Speaker with the John Maxwell Team
Kim Moore is passionate about leadership. For 30 years, the military officer, school administrator, adjunct professor, cancer survivor and certified coach, teacher and speaker for the John Maxwell Team has been at the forefront of training others to maximize their potential. Her philosophy is simple: All people are leaders—from the stay-at-home mom raising children, to the store clerk representing a franchise, to the CEO of a Fortune 500 company. The only question is this: How effective are they?