Your energetic, rapid-fire delivery kept our audiences completely engaged for every one of your presentations. Thanks for being able to adapt your delivery to our varied audiences, from rank-and-file through executive management.

Shawn Yorke, Director of Learning and Development
  DBI Services
  Hazelton, PA




Tom, you are great at connecting with our audiences. You are
one of the best speakers
I have ever worked with—
sincere and passionate about being the best!


Candace Meronk, Director of Association Services Team
  Schierl Companies
  Stevens Point, WI




Your vast expertise
has provided us with a knowledgebase and solutions that are immediately transferable to our work situations.


Eleanor Sanford, Vice President, Leadership & Organizational Consultant
  Bank of America
  Boston, MA




Our clients have begun to work on changing their associates' 'erroneous belief systems', so they can direct them to more positive results.

Chris Frederick, Sr. President
  Auto Training Institute
  Savage, MD




The real win for us is your focus on Accountability. Instead of finding easy excuses that get in our way, we now use your concepts to recognize 'bench-warming' behaviors and to prompt us to 'step up to the plate.' It has become part of our culture.

Delinda Kanaski, VP Learning & Organizational Development
  Country Meadows
     Senior Living
  Hershey, PA
     
Stepping Up to the Plate:
Getting the Job Done through Positive Accountability
  Positive Accountability is about creating a culture where everyone in the organization
is proactively Stepping Up to the Plate to achieve clearly defined results.
They Know About It,  Care About It,  Figure It Out,  and Make It Happen.

 
     
Format:  45-90 minute Keynote,  half-day Workshop,  or full-day Workshop
FREE Intro Webinar — Register HERE  
     
Discover new ways to overcome the obstacles that may be keeping you and your team from being
as successful as you (they) need to be.  Many people are often not even aware of the problems or
obstacles that exist.  Or when things aren't working out, they bury their heads in the sand by playing
the "blame game" or pointing the finger at someone or something.  These "benchwarmer" behaviors
can keep you from achieving your goals and getting to "home base."
  
     
What You Will Learn:
  • Empower yourself with an understanding of the Relationship between Beliefs, Actions, and Results
  • Overcome obstacles and stay focused on desired results
  • Self-assess and change your own unproductive behaviors
  • Utilize the 4 Accountability "Bases" so you can focus on finding solutions rather than dwelling on obstacles
  • Help yourself and coach others to "get off the bench"
     
How You (Your Team Members) Will Benefit:
  • Improve attitudes and perspectives toward goal setting and accomplishment
  • Create a "Whatever It Takes" mentality, heighten innovation, and spur creativity in the face of
    tough obstacles, challenges, and barriers
  • Stop the Blame Game, minimize finger-pointing, and end the excuse-making that blocks results
    from being achieved
  • Create alignment around and develop greater accountability and ownership toward the desired
    team results
  • Create a team culture of accountability
  • Improve team effectiveness and communication
     
Audience:      Appropriate for all levels in an organization.
Especially impactful with in-tact work teams whose senior leader pre-identifies targeted key results.
     
     
     
     
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