These are tough times, so before you move through my website take a couple of minutes to enjoy these beautiful musical interludes:
The Calgary & Edmonton Symphony Orchestra rendering of Elgar’s Nimrod
The Toronto Symphony Orchestra presenting Copeland’s Appalachian Spring
Are you missing your objectives due to:
– a loss of effectiveness as you scale from a hi-performance team into an enterprise?
– trusting layers of management to communicate and provide leadership?
– struggling to identify and develop leadership talent?
Have you invested in expensive and time-consuming leadership development programs in the past without any real and lasting results for your people?
Despite all that energy and effort, successfully leading teams through change remains a struggle.
As a result, you may be asking yourself:
– What’s missing?
– What am I not getting?
– What am I doing wrong?
I partner with leaders like you to be able to inspire not only followers but to ignite leaders throughout the workplace to collaborate.
When the stakes are high, you need your people to deliver.
Forget Strategic Planning – Tactics Are the Future!
The world is over-saturated with ‘business-thought’ leadership, and the last thing anyone needs is one more inspirational TED talk … the gap in the world is a focus on tactics and ACTION.
The concept of leadership is quite simple: It is the act of motivating and engaging people and getting them to accomplish a goal or objective.
I’m Steve Armstrong, Leadership Expert, Speaker & Author of You Can’t Lead From Behind.
From Iqaluit to Sri Lanka, Europe to Africa, SARS to September 11, Steve has been there & done that and brings to your team the lessons gained from a world of experience.
Through messages delivered with trademark frankness and a mix of humorous quips that keep audiences leaning in and taking notes, Steve can relate his experiences where a laser-like focus on the mission was required to keep people alive to your workplace.
“The World Is Full Of Failed Site Superintendents Who Were Once Great Carpenters’
– Steve Armstrong
The misconception about moving into a leadership or management position is that most think it’s merely a promotion.
Leadership is not a promotion. It is a career change to an entirely new profession!
If you want to fulfill your leadership role, you will be exercising a vastly different set of skills daily to what you used in your old job. Skills you likely haven’t developed and might not even be aware you need.
I Partner With People Like You To Solve Their Leadership Problems