BUILDING AN EXTRAORDINARY CULTURE THROUGH LEADERSHIP
Alchemy: a power or process that changes or transforms something in a mysterious or impressive way (Merrian-Webster)
The Building an Extraordinary Culture (Frequency Matters ® Leadership Series) invites you to leave behind everything you have been taught about leadership influence and building a culture and join this new vibrational movement toward becoming the leadership linchpin (and “torch-holder”) toward a more revised and upgraded cultural environment that makes an incredible impact in your community and be a true witness to what it means to achieve organizational alchemy.
Tactically, Building an Extraordinary Culture is a program designed to offer participants the insights and tools that are critical in aligning the global vision (executive) with the local flurry (day-to-day tasks) and witness the outcomes of a truly extraordinary culture. This alignment is powerful in creating the cultures that transcend the norm and produce more effortless yet measurable results.
One of the biggest challenges in performance improvement and cultural enhancement lies in top-down communication of vision, the relationships between leaders and employees and the clarified messages critical for trust and quality decision-making. The Frequency Matters ® Series tackles this challenge at its core: cultural resonance, harmony and a clearly communicated aligned vision that encourages leaders to drops the stakes down that foster an extraordinary culture – and its not what you think.
Gallup, as well as other research firms, have consistently reported that if you want to increase revenue, reduce errors, improve customer satisfaction, and lower employee turnover (while reaping the benefits of high performance), you’ve got to tap into the positive and measurable impact of employee engagement. Gallup as well as other research companies have forever struggled with pinpointing EXACTLY what makes some organizations thrive and other’s flounder as employee engagement remains a forever moving target for the specifics-seekers. We believe its in it's frequency.
Building an Extraordinary Culture through Leadership is custom-designed leadership development series that invites invites C-Suite executives and their high performing leaders to participate in a collaborative professional development program with a powerful and aligned message. As a result of attending you will:
- Clarify how your unique culture can and will WIN at achieving critical organizational goals
- Develop a fresh leadership approach that calls for service, personal excellence, contribution and courageous vision
- Build a foundation, generate connection, anchor plans to cultural pillars and foster essential self-care approaches that exemplify what it means to demonstrate high-integrity, high-trust and true leadership influence
- Envision, draft and refine a custom strategic plan that will tactically serve as a critical blueprint to build an extraordinary culture.
Frequency Matters ® Leadership program was created after 20 years of research (both via data collection, expert leadership experience from consultancy, being actual decision-makers within actual large organizations/enterprises and case studies. We believe in getting real in our conversations about what it means to be a powerful influencer. We believe your own personal frequency can shape your personal life as well as those around you. We believe the time has come to acknowledge and talk straight about what truly underpins high performance, and it is not reading, memorizing and recalling more INFORMATION. It is about BEING different. Won’t you join us?
Building an Extraordinary Culture through Leadership
January 28th and 29th
February 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th
March 3rd and 4th
June 1st - Debrief
August 4th - Alumni Session with Last 3 Cohorts
All trainings will be held from 9am-12pm at the Children’s Services Council.
$50 per person (payment due upon acceptance into the program)
Thank you for your interest. This training is now filled to capacity.
This program is specifically designed for executives, senior leaders and high performance leaders in non-profit organizations that have a desire to ignite, implement and support lasting cultural change.There has never been a more important time for visionary leaders to begin to make the bold and substantial cultural changes that make a lasting difference. Creating an extraordinary culture takes patience, self-control and discipline, but it also takes inspired and bold action toward a new direction. Any leader or staff member with an inspired leadership mindset is encouraged to attend and welcomed. Ideally, there will be two people attending from each organization.
“The impact of The Frequency Matters Leadership Program is having on our culture in just incredible. I have never seen anything like it.” – Beverly Sanders-Mayweather, Director, Human Services Department
"Kristin has written a book that matters. Even more, they have enabled leaders everywhere to tap into the cumulitive experiences of leaders representing several lifetimes of hard-won, valuable wisdom. Every leader will benefit from this book."
- Jim Huling, Co-Author of the 4 Disciplines of Execution #1 Bestseller, author of Choose Your Life!: A Powerful, Proven Method for Creating the Life You Want.
Kristin Mackey is a highly sought-after trainer, motivational speaker and author of two books, You Can, You Will, You Did; Micro Changes for Macro Transformation and Frequency Matters. She is known for her high energy and engaging style of delivery with easy-to-implement techniques.
Kristin was recognized by Training Magazine as “One to Watch.” As a consultant for FranklinCovey for over 10 years, she facilitated several key programs, including The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People and is currently a speaker for FranklinCovey Speakers Bureau.
As a keynote speaker, she works with companies such as Lockheed Martin, Mercury Media, Laura Mercier, The Department of Safety and Homeland Security, Hardrock Casino and Resort, Tyco, PricewaterhouseCoopers, the City of Miami Beach and several universities.