Date(s) - Monday, Jan 22, 2018
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
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Dare to Be Great: Strategies for Creating a Culture of Leadership
Your investment to participate in this powerful seminar, and possibly change your life, is 8 hours of your time and $127.00.
Here is what people are saying about the Dare to Be Great Leadership Workshop:
“I think I learned more in the first 4 hours, that is relevant and can be implemented in the real world, than I learned in the entire leadership development program at my agency.”
“Great class. Tangible information that we can apply instantly throughout our agency.”
“Great session! Best leadership presentation I have attended. All makes sense. Great format and presentation.”
“Excellent Course – It gave me exactly what I was hoping it would when I registered.”
“Today was on point and on message with the direction of my agency. I cannot see any area that could have enhanced it.”
“I recently completed the nine day leadership program through our city. I got more useable, practical information out of today than I did from those nine days.”
“Outstanding presentation. Meaningful and poignant.”
“ I learned more useable leadership techniques in 8 hours than I learned in 18 months worth of our leadership program.”
About the Facilitator:
Brian Willis is recognized throughout North America as a thought leader, catalyst for change and a man with many questions. He is the founder of the innovative training company Winning Mind Training, a company committed to help the men and women of law enforcement Embrace the Suck, focus on What’s Important Now and Dare to Be Great.
Brian served as a member of the Calgary Police Service for 25 years and has over 28 years of law enforcement training experience. He is a recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award for his commitment and contributions to Officer Safety in Canada, the Queens Diamond Jubilee Medal and the Law Officer Trainer of the Year award.
Brian has also served as a mental preparation coach for athletes from a variety of sports including two Olympic athletes.