Join us for the next leadership workshop focused on “when in charge, take charge!”

The partners of Level Five Associates and the Nazareth College School of Management invite you to the next leadership workshop on The Big Six Leadership Principles®. Join us at the Otto Shults Community Center of Nazareth College on Wednesday, 2 December 2015 from 0730-1230 for a workshop on principle #5, “when in charge, take charge.” We listened to your feedback and adjusted the timing of the workshop to free your afternoon for other priorities.

Learn what it means to take charge and arm your leadership team with the skills they need to take your business to the next level with a culture of performance. Bring your management team to the workshop to get the most out of the experience. Our combination of collaborative case study discussions and Level Five expertise will educate your team and provide techniques and process that can be implemented in your business immediately.

Once again, our special guest will be Command Sergeant Major Marvin Hill, US Army (Retired) who was General Petraeus’ senior enlisted advisor from 2003-2012 with the 101st Airborne Division, US Central Command, and senior operational headquarters in both Iraq and Afghanistan. He will bring to life his incredible leadership experiences that transcend the battlefield and business.

Here is what your colleagues said about our previous workshops:

If you want to begin the journey of achieving leadership excellence, start here…

The information is presented extremely well, very helpful and relevant. You can implement it.

The workshop helped remind me that in empowering my team, I’m creating an engine for success. Great experience and perspective from Robert and John to drive the lessons home.

It helped me get back on track with what made me a great leader in the past and come up with new ideas for the future.

Very relevant – wonderful content.

Sign up now to take advantage of the early bird rate – it is easy. Feel free to share this message with your network. We look forward to seeing you on 2 December!