Speaker: Dr. Steve Broe, DTM
"As advances in technology and methods of communication continue to change the way business grows in the twenty-first century, the value of leadership rises." Dr Broe said, "We need our leaders and experts to innovate and create an impact. The growth of enterprise depends on internal experts to use their knowledge and team leadership skill to create value for the organization."
The problem is that many potential leaders are not well prepared for the challenge of guiding others. Do you know anyone with talent, voice or knowledge who is not using their full potential? It is time to add the impact created by knowledge-based leadership. You may have reserves of unrecognized leadership in your organization, talent that help your organization reach its goals faster and with greater financial impact.
Emotional intelligence is one of three pillars of the knowledge-based leadership model. Participants will learn to apply five principles of emotional intelligence to create employee loyalty and make them an effective manager using the talent around them.
Dr. Steve Broe, Executive Coach, Author and Faculty
In his business career, Steve has managed a family business for over 25 years. He launched a nonprofit charter school organization in 1996 which offered K-6 classes under the authority of the Arizona Department of Education.
Steve now teaches courses in organizational behavior and leadership at the undergraduate and master’s level, through the University of Phoenix and Grand Canyon University. He has published three books on leadership, one focused on veterans in education, one has been focused on career changers who become leaders in their new careers; in 2015 Steve released Leading the Way Up Mt. Olympus which answers the question, “How do leadership skills help people become successful?” Steve’s books have been ranked on the Amazon best seller lists for leadership, self-improvement and project management.
Steve enjoys speaking to professional audiences about their leadership skills and coaching individuals to new achievements.
Steve has been married for over 30 years to Carolyn. He enjoys travel, meditation and calligraphy. Steve reads science fiction and nonfiction works in his spare time. He is also an amateur musician, working on his skill with the bass clarinet. He works full time as a feeder for 7 cats and a rabbit.