St. Charles, IL (PRWEB) February 3, 2009
With historically low stock prices, bailout pleas and record layoffs, there aren't too many business leaders today feeling like heroes - at least by the traditional definition.
In a new program from Dare to Engage, Inc., Anese Cavanaugh redefines what it means to be a hero and teaches leaders how to engage their inner Superman to motivate their teams and turnaround performance. No special powers, cape or tights required.
"It's much easier to be a hero than you think - we all have a deeper hero inside ourselves - what's important is that you find what being a 'hero' means for you personally, and engage from there," assures Cavanaugh. Her less intimidating version of a leadership hero is simply being helpful and honest, engaged and evoking the best in others, real and resilient and open and optimistic.
"It's about stepping out of your comfort zone in service of another human being, your organization, or the greater good. And it's how - despite all the crazy stuff going on in our world right now - you can help things go right this year and move in a productive direction."
Through the HEROIC Leadership program and companion "Engaging Your H.E.R.O" interview CD, business leaders develop their own style of authentic leadership, bring their teams on board with their goals and realize results faster. Both come with field work guides for action planning and easily applying learnings to everyday life and leadership challenges.
More details about the program are available at http://www.daretoengage.com/engaging-your-Hero.html, where visitors can also register for free leadership articles and a special report on how to double team productivity.
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