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|Keynote: Build a Kick Ass Company|
We all want to be part of a companies that matter, ones that are more than just a place where work gets done, but instead leave a lasting legacy. We call these Kick Ass companies because they know their true purpose, have leaders that people follow because they believe in them, and teams that say ‘yes’ even before they know what their leaders need from them.
Building a Kick Ass company isn’t for the faint of heart. It requires hard work, commitment and dedication – along with the ability to look deep within, be uncomfortable and answer the tough questions.
To build a Kick Ass company, you must achieve three objectives: Find Your Mojo, build Legendary Leaders, and create Hell Yeah teams. Whether you are a leader or an employee, through nurturing and building on core company beliefs, everyone plays a role in the success of the company. Giving teams the tools and knowledge they need to be awesome creates engaged employees who want to ‘give’ to the company.
Join us on February 26, 2018 for this exciting and energizing presentation. Keynote speaker Gary Gzik will walk you through the key components of building a Kick Ass company and the steps needed to unlock the power in yours. You will go home with a new perspective on how to build your company from within!
Gary Gzik is an international presenter, trainer, consultant, author, workplace zombie hunter and all-around enthusiastic guy who has been inspiring people and organizations for over 30 years.
As CEO of BizXcel Inc., Gary has worked with hundreds of organizations and over 10,000 individuals through his training and consulting work in the areas of: leadership development, team building, personal development, conflict resolution, train the trainer, effective communication skills, strategic planning and customer service excellence.
He believes that every person and organization has the ability to be exceptional. This philosophy has gained him a solid reputation for producing great results.
He awakens thoughts that motivate people to change the way they look at their lives and the way they do their work.