Turning the Battleship

(with a focus on the principle of “When in Charge Take Charge”)

Wednesday 2 December 2015 0730-1230 Please note the time change. A continental breakfast will be served.
Otto Shultz Community Center, Nazareth College, 4245 East Avenue, Rochester, NY 14618

  • ENGAGE your entire leadership team in five hours of leadership learning.
  • LEARN from two highly experienced leaders with a history of field performance about what it takes to build a high performing organization.
  • GET targeted learning and application ideas around Level Five’s The Big Six Leadership Principles®
    that enhance your team’s leadership style.
  • Check your ego at the door and come prepared to consider new ideas.

Here’s what other attendees have said about our workshops:

jeff-nix-testimonialI had the opportunity to experience a Level Five Associates workshop first-hand. The event was a great learning experience with real world applications. As leaders, we each have an obligation to grow our respective teams to a culture of excellence, where each member walks and talks with stated values. The journey to get to this point of excellence takes time and persistence, however; and often, it’s not something we can do on our own. I believe in learning from those individuals who have lived through and can expertly share their life lessons. I highly recommend Robert Mixon, John Batiste, and Level Five Associates.


I wish my entire team could have been here today. The session gave me a lot of great takeaways that are pertinent to a smaller area of the organization, the larger organization itself, and my personal family (I’m thinking about teaching my kids The Big Six Leadership Principles®).

I would absolutely recommend the Level Five Leadership workshop to my colleagues and friends. Today’s session was a comprehensive presentation and discussion of critical techniques for setting the azimuth that pertain to all organizations — small to large.

The Level Five Workshop provides a framework for developing a strategic plan that makes sense and is implementable.