Leadership is Broken

April 26, 2023 | 10am-12pm US ET

2-hour workshop plus Unlimited Courses
$996 for 12 Month Unlimited Access

$149 - single workshop enrollment

Identifying and overcoming leadership challenges

Leaders are struggling. Studies abound that confirm this truth. Upwards of 50% of organizational employees leave their jobs to get away from bad leaders. Gallup reports that 51% of managers are not engaged in their job while 14% report actively disengaging from their work altogether, leading a workforce where 7 out of 10 employees are not engaged in their work. The average workday for an executive leader is 13.5 hours during the week and an additional 5 hours on the weekend. Professionals suffer isolation both professionally and personally due to the demands of the job which leads to a crisis of confidence. The “work never stops” cycle is detrimental to both a healthy professional and personal life.

In this workshop, Robert will share with you key, life-changing approaches for breaking this dysfunctional cycle leading to more engaged teams and amazing productivity.

Learning Objectives:

  • Outline clear evidence on where leadership is failing currently
  • Learn a workable framework for how to change our paradigm surrounding leadership
  • Sharpen an applicable skill (Coaching conversations) that you can use after the session to begin moving your teams and your organization in the right direction

Meet Your Instructor: Robert A. Heath, Sr.

Robert A. Heath, Sr. is an author, engaging communicator, and leading expert in Empowering Leadership. His work is centered on helping leaders get the best out of themselves and those that work for them. Robert received his JD, cum laude, from the University of Illinois College of Law. He also holds an MA in Teaching from Christian Brothers University, as well as dual BA degrees in Economics and Speech Communications from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Robert served for 8 years as a United States Marine Corps Officer and was awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for his leadership as a Commander of one of the largest companies in the U.S. Marine Corps.

Combining the Leadership principles he learned as an Officer and
Company Commander in the United States Marine Corps with the personnel development strategies he has mastered over 20 years of leading, teaching, and coaching, Robert works with leaders who desire to increase productivity, initiative, and follow through; reduce stress; and get the very best out of their team on every project, regardless of who they may lead.