Sales and Marketing

Architect of Change

Connie Whitman

Architect of Change – Habits of Influential Leaders

Who among us is a leader?  Are we leaders due to our title, is it because we make our production goals quarterly, or perhaps we speak so loud people are forced to listen to us?  What does leadership even mean and how can we get some? So what are the key attributes needed to become that influential person that commands attention and respect as soon as we walk into the room?

In addition, are leaders able to develop high performing teams or do the high performing teams create the leader?

Today my guest, Cheryl Ellis, is an awesome business leader, CEO of Ellis Business Enterprises, and is the author of Becoming Deliberate – Changing the Game of Leadership from the Inside Out.  Cheryl is going to help us understand what is needed to be an influential leader and what habits are necessary to be a successful leader.  We will discuss how to put together high performing teams and why effective teams are so important to us as leaders and to our organizations.  Settle in, and explore if you have the right stuff to be a high performing leader who can create your own dream team!