This is a top–shelf program that gets bottom–line results. —Thomas Bell, CEO, Bank of America Merchant Services
Asheville, NC (Vocus/PRWEB) March 08, 2011
Bill Treasurer, consultant, speaker, and author of best-selling book, Courage Goes to Work, is now offering his content through a training program that gives companies the power to build future leaders.
"Courage is the first virtue of leadership success. Leaders require courage to make bold decisions even when there are dissenters, to say what needs to be said no matter the consequences, and to place their trust in those they manage," tells Bill Treasurer when asked what inspired him to create a program about courage for organizations and companies to use to develop leaders.
Treasurer's new program, Courageous Leadership: A Program for Using Courage to Transform the Workplace, fosters a courageous workforce—one that is energetic, innovative and ultimately more productive. The program helps build more capable and confident workers, transforming the organization through a practical framework that encourages peoples' courageous behavior. Through the Courageous Leadership program, Bill Treasurer lays out a step-by-step process that treats courage as a skill that can be developed like any other.
For more information about this program, visit http://www.pfeiffer.com/go/courage.
To bring this program to your organization or to work with Bill to build a courageous workforce within your company, contact
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About Bill Treasurer
Founder and CEO of Giant Leap Consulting, Inc., a national consulting group specializing in courage-building, Treasurer advises leaders and managers in organizations such as Accenture, PNC Bank, SPANX, the Department of Veterans Affairs, and many others. He is also an expert who walks his talk. Before launching his business career, he overcame a debilitating fear of heights to become a member of the U.S. High Diving Team—performing more than 1,500 high dives (often as the fire-diving “Captain Inferno”) into waters 100 feet below. He has also mustered the courage to deal with addiction, cancer, and as a father, both the loss of a child and, today, his young special needs daughter.
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