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    Vision: Create a World that Works Better Mission: Empower Professionals to Develop Talent in the Workplace

On March 14, 2014, we welcomed Phillip B. Wilson as he presented on the topic of Approachable Leadership.

 The CFO walks into your office and asks the dreaded question: "What's the return on all this 'soft skills' stuff?" You dread it because the relationship between good supervision and business results is hard to prove. That's because most people come at it from the wrong direction, focusing on employee satisfaction as a driver of performance. This presentation explains why this traditional approach causes frustration and fails to deliver results. Learn instead what the most important recent research explains about why some first level leaders succeed while others fail. Discover how approachability acts as the foundation to a high performance workplace and learn three simple questions that, almost magically, transform supervisors into approachable leaders Competencies covered during this presentation will include, Coaching, Performance Improvement, Interpersonal Skills, Personal Skills, and Business Skills.


Download presentation slides here: approachable-leadership-prezi.pdf

Phillip B. Wilson, President and General Counsel of Labor Relations Institute, is a national expert on labor relations and creating positive workplaces. He is regularly featured in the business media including Fox Business News, Bloomberg News, HR Magazine, and the New York Times. Wilson is a highly regarded lecturer, an adjunct professor at Northeastern State University, and the author of numerous books and articles on labor relations, union corruption and creating a positive workplace, including: The Next 52 Weeks; Managing the Union Shop; and Model Contract Clauses.   He has been called on multiple occasions to testify before Congress on the subject of union financial reporting requirements. Wilson graduated magna cum laude from Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois, and went on to earn his J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School.  Prior to joining Labor Relations Institute, Wilson practiced law at a Chicago firm where he represented companies nationwide in all areas of labor and employment law. He has also served as director of human resources for a multimillion dollar gaming corporation.
Thank you to all those that attended!
Please join us for our Special Event with Jim Stovall on April 25, 2014.  CLICK HERE for additional information!

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