Refresh Leadership Live focuses on skills of great leaders

April 28, 2011

Even the most savvy business leaders will tell you great leadership isn’t a skill you pick up overnight. It’s a skill that must be developed over the course of a career through experience, continual learning and collaboration.

That’s the inspiration behind Refresh Leadership Live. Attendees of this motivational event will hear a diverse lineup of speakers who have built distinguished careers based on their unique insights into what it takes to be a great leader. Speakers include Ken Blanchard, Walter Bond and NFL star Peyton Manning.

This live event will take place in Indianapolis, and you can request tickets here.

The Eastern Standard Time schedule is as follows:

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

7:30 AM Hot Breakfast

9:00 AM Welcome and Introduction

9:10 AM Ken Blanchard, Guest Speaker

10:05 AM Break

10:20 AM Peyton Manning, Guest Speaker

11:15 AM Break

11:30 AM Walter Bond, Guest Speaker

12:25 PM Adjourn or Optional Franchisee Q&A (determined by location)

So who are the speakers?

Ken Blanchard: Author, speaker, business consultant, and one of the most insightful and respected individuals in business today, Ken Blanchard will discuss the challenges leaders face in keeping people focused, productive, and motivated to create an aligned organization that can move nimbly, yet boldly, toward the future.

Peyton Manning: Undoubtedly one of the best quarterbacks in NFL history who led the Indianapolis Colts to victory in Super Bowl XLI, Peyton Manning will share some of the insights he has learned over the years about leadership, teamwork, and success — both on and off the football field.

Walter Bond: Business expert, broadcaster, and former professional athlete who played for the Utah Jazz, Detroit Pistons, and Dallas Mavericks, Walter Bond will discuss just how important attitude can really be to your organization. He’ll show you how to eliminate the “stinking thinking” that prevents people from perceiving and using every situation to their advantage and from working to their full potential.

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One Response to Refresh Leadership Live focuses on skills of great leaders

  1. Blackwood on September 10, 2015 at 6:59 am

    Hey Marie! : ) Thanks for blogging! Yes, I want to start shrniag as much as I can, because it is a really steep learning curve for me and I hope I’ll be able to offer encouragement and get more critiques for improvement if I share my (rough) lighting technique. I use natural light mostly because I just don’t have a lot of experience with studio strobes and haven’t taken the plunge to buy a set yet. Instead I use a bunch of makeshift backgrounds I bought at a fabric store and tack them up to the wall in coordination with my available light. If I need to I use table lamps without the shades and my reflector to bounce enough light onto my subject. With babies it works fairly well, but I am not sure it would be the best idea with an adult unless you have a full floor-to-ceiling window. It can also be a little tricky especially because every home, day, and set up is different but I do the best I can. I’m actually pretty close to buying a small studio setup of Chimera softboxes but am waiting for our house to sell so I can realistically look at the setup of an in-home studio by 2011. Fun fun!

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