Presented by Jason Hunt
What is the best way to lead? Why would others follow you? How can you use your influence to make a positive impact on the people you serve?
Simply put, there are only two ways to lead: through your title or through your influence. Leaders who only use their title see nothing but momentary change, minimal effort, and mediocre results. Influential leaders don't need a title - people follow because they want to. Come and join us in this powerful session on influence where you will learn three common myths of leadership, the four degrees of influence, a handful of insightful ways to interact more positively, to motivate, and to mentor others. Whatever your vocation or aspiration, as you grow your influence, you grow the positive impact you can have in the lives of others - at home, at work, and in every other area of life.
In this interactive program, participants will:
1. Learn how leadership is influence, we are all leaders, and we are leading every minute of every day.
2. Gain specific strategies on how to increase your influence in any situation.
3. Interact with others and have fun.
Jason Hunt helps develop outstanding leaders and teams who use their influence to make a big impact in the lives of the people around them. Jason's first major leadership responsibility was to run a branch of 100 church members in outer Siberia when he was 19. Since then, he has been in various leadership positions, including principal of a junior high where he turned around the culture of a school in only 2 years. Jason has a Master’s degree from the University of Minnesota in leadership and is certified by the John Maxwell Leadership Institute. Jason trains in self-leadership, team-leadership and the leadership of others.
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