How many people do you lead?
That number tells me nothing.
What I really want to know is This:
how many would still follow if they didn't have to?
If you are looking to become a better leader, you have come to the right place. Nate has traveled the country giving courses and coaching in Leadership for a Regional Leadership Development Program.
The philosophy that Nate uses is a blend of the teaching from various sources:
- "The Speed of Trust," by Stephen M. R. Covey
- "The Leadership Challenge" by Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner
- "The 5 Love Languages" by Gary Chapman
- Experiences in the private sector and the Marine Corps
These have all played a role in forming his leadership style and philosophy.
You owe it to your "Team" to give them the best version of you that you can give them that day.
This style has been "battle tested," literally.
The three pillars of Nate's leadership philosophy are:
- Relationship Building
There are plenty of elements to each one of the pillars that can be honed in on and improved. Leadership is a skill that can absolutely be learned.
A blend of one on one executive coaching, training, and frank discussions will be used to help bring out the leader that is already inside of you.