You have to believe in something so strongly that you’re willing to take the pressure if it doesn’t work.
Miami, FL (PRWEB) December 15, 2012
Carlton’s Training Solutions decided to use the great Notre Dame football coach Lou Holtz to inspire outstanding leadership qualities for their clients. And it seems to have paid off. The programs have been used by clients as big as IBM and as diverse as Toyota Motor Company and as passionate as St. Johns healthcare system. The message in leadership seems to be universal. Seems Carlton’s Training Solutions made a good bet on Lou Holtz.
The Lou Holtz Do Right program is a singular training video for leaders as it makes managers accountable. This corporate training video builds commitment in employees and trust in managers. It’s not about trust exercises. Team members learn to trust one another by consistently coming through for one another with open communication. Holtz defines that a leader is someone who makes the people believe. Holtz says, “You have to believe in something so strongly that you’re willing to take the pressure if it doesn’t work.”
The Lou Holtz video Do Right the Plan reaches out to create a focus and a positive attitude within the work team. Leaders strive to inspire and create an atmosphere where employees can do their very best work and to be passionate about what they do. This program demonstrates how to make good on that dream. To reach a company’s goals Holtz creates a vision for the team and motivates them to execute a plan.
Carlton’s Training Solutions got behind the Lou Holtz Do Right programs for a reason. They work. Lou Holtz knows what it takes to get the people he leads to win time and time again. The focus, the passion, the trust that is displayed and felt is only an extension of the dream he inspires in teams. A Lou Holtz video has been tapped by Carlton’s Training Solutions to serve its clients worldwide for a reason.
About Carlton’s Training Solutions
Carlton’s Training Solutions provides corporate training for various clients around the world. They train in a wide range of areas such as diversity training, sexual harassment training, healthcare training, workplace violence training, generational issues, conflict resolution training and leadership training. The business minds for these programs include Dewitt Jones, Bob Farrell, Ben Zander, Catherine Crier, Tom Peters, Ken Blanchard, Stephen Covey, John Cleese, Joel Barker, Morris Massey, and Lou Holtz. To see other topics of training or learn more about Carlton’s Training Solutions click here at their site http://carltonstraining.com