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Super Hero Mentality with Accountability: A Lost Art in this Modern World

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Accountability equals Love!
Transforming Leaders To Create Motivated And Loyal Teams, So They Can Maximize Performance, Instead Of Killing Morale.
The problem is that most organizations still use the Carrot and Stick method, which does not work.   The real way is to assemble effective teams with peer to peer balanced accountability system that wins hearts.
Attendees will learn:
  • 3Ps of Balanced Accountability:  Embrace the power to boost morale.
  • Improve Culture: Eliminate behaviors that hinder high performance.
  • Win Hearts:  Maximize your performance and others.
  • Eliminate Excuses:  Inspire others to achieve results they never felt were possible.
  • Modern Strategies:  Address the Energy Vampire in your life

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About the Author:
Hernani Alves is an expert that makes the most complex skill in business, awesomely simple.
Hernani started as a part-time employee and eventually grew to become the President for a $3 Billion Company (from Sacramento called “Sleep Train”) that was regularly voted as Best Workplace. Today, he’s an author, an international speaker that helps leaders build world-class teams focused on getting results. Hernani has been featured in: Stanford University, University of California, iHeart Radio, HR.com, Recruiter, Idea Mensch, CEOWorld Magazine, Conscious Company, The Revolution, Extreme Leadership, and more.
In his book, Balanced Accountability: Three Leadership Secrets to Win Hearts and Maximize Performance, Hernani delivers clarity on the case for accountability and the steps organizations, and individuals need to take to unleash their potential. He reveals the frame work needed to improve accountability in the workplace to win hearts and maximize performance.

To connect with Alves, please visit his LinkedIn Profile or Amazon Author’s Page.

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