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Leading the Way, Today! Archive

“Leading the Way, Today” will help you discover how the power of doing the right thing can help you succeed and become the person your co-workers, family and friends want and need you to be. It’s perfect for the new or mid-level manager.


Learn how:

-Practical optimism can help you be the calm in the eye of the storm.
-The best managers use affirmation to help people achieve more than they thought possible.
-Dignity attracts and keeps good employees.
-To make laughter the cornerstone of a successful, productive work place.
-Accepting the moral obligation of leadership can build a successful career.

Registration fee: $35

To Register Click Here

The Presenter …

Jim Elsberry is a recognized industry speaker on management, marketing, advertising and sales training and has addressed groups in 20 states ranging from private enterprises and state press associations, to regional newspaper groups.

He has held top management positions with newspapers in five states as well as being Vice President and group manager for Southern Newspapers based out of Houston, TX. From 1997 until 2006 he was the publisher of the Greeley, Colorado, Tribune and Regional Manager for the Northern Colorado Communications Group.

Upon leaving the Tribune he accepted the position of Executive Professor for the Monfort College of Business at the University of Northern Colorado and began working as a business speaker and consultant; growth coach and author.