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    Build an Extraordinary Culture from Mental Toughness for Engaging Leaders

    Date: March 22, 2022, 11:30am – 1:00pm
    Virtual or In Person (Limited to the first 15 people to sign up)
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    Build an Extraordinary Culture from Mental Toughness for Engaging Leaders

    Leading by example starts with mental toughness as the foundation to any successful workplace culture.  Mental toughness is the ability to stick to something when the going gets tough. Organizations with leaders that have high levels of mental toughness can push beyond challenges and can be better examples for their staff and peers to forge a path towards higher engagement and retention for business. How you think creates the action you take in the moment to be more resourceful to others that leads to desired results in their business.  This inspires your team to be responsible and accountable for their own tasks so they can come together and form an interdependent business environment full of engagement that leads to better experiences across an interdisciplinary team and results with clients. 

    Come learn to apply the methodology of mentally toughness to become an effective leader by example and create an extraordinary interdependent work culture that engages each other at the next level. Higher productivity among each other, more efficiency, and increase in customer satisfaction are a byproduct of applying the principles to think and become more as a leader by example. 

    Learning Objectives:

    Attendees will know how thinking from mental toughness leads to effective communication for higher engagement with people in the workplace

    Attendees will know how to use self-awareness to lead by example while impacting others in a productive and efficient manner in their organization for higher engagement

    Attendees will know how to create an interdependent work environment with an engaging leadership style that relates to staff across an interdisciplinary team

    Attendees will know the importance of shared core values for building or revamping their workplace culture that leads to higher engagement and effective leadership

    Attendees will know how to apply the principles of leading by example among each other to better own their role and duties for higher engagement

    Speaker Bio: 

    Chris Salem is an accomplished CEO, business executive coach, world-class speaker, corporate trainer-advisor, award-winning author®, certified mindset expert, radio show host & media personality, and wellness advocate mentoring business leaders and organizations toward solutions for  enhancing corporate culture, improving workplace communications, and  increasing employee engagement. In addition, he mentors business leaders and organizations to scale their brands and business by raising their level of influence as trusted advisors.  His book Master Your Inner Critic / Resolve the Root Cause – Create Prosperity went international best seller in 2016. He also co-authored the recent edition to "Mastering the Art of Success" with Jack Canfield. His weekly radio shows, Sustainable Success is part of the Voice America Influencers Channel and Business Influencers with Tal Radio, part of the Touch-A-Life foundation. 

    Chris has worked with organizations such as JP Morgan – Chase, Ralph Lauren, Microchip Technologies, Anthem, Raytheon, Pratt & Whitney, United Healthcare, GE Research, US Senate, FDA, US Census Bureau, Hubbell Corporation, and NYPD Forensics Department including universities such as University of Hartford, Bay Path University, Westchester Community College, Worcester State University, and spoke on overcoming limited beliefs for peak performance at Harvard University’s Faculty Club

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    Nonmembers/guests: $10.00 (Pay Here)

    To attend this lunch meeting in-person at the Bismarck-Mandan Chamber EDC office located at 1640 Burnt Boat Drive in Bismarck, register below (in-person attendance limited to the first 15 registrations):

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    This program has been submitted for 1.0 hour of continuing education credit from the HR Certification Institute (HRCI).

    This program has been submitted for 1.0 hour of professional development credit from the Society for Human Resource (SHRM).