Shannon has worked with hundreds of CEOs and high-level executives, helping them build generous practices in their everyday lives so they can step up as role models and leaders for their teams.
She has been featured on Forbes.com as one of the top five coaches in Philadelphia and was named the 2015 Executive Woman of the Year by the Network of Executive Professional Women.
Shannon’s message of generosity has inspired those who’ve attended conferences she’s spoken at and sparked systemic change within the companies she’s mentored.
Shannon is the author of Grounded In Gratitude, V.I.B.E.,an in-depth self-discovery journey, and The 5 Degree Principle, a leadership fable of small changes to overcome career challenges, navigate politics, and recognize empowerment.
- Generous Leader: The Return on Investing in Others
How corporate leaders can create workplaces where wins are celebrated, employees are invested in success, and colleagues can look to the leader as an example. This program will help participants understand how generosity toward others at work contributes to the a culture of inclusion, belonging and pride.Organizations are collections of teams and teams are groups of talented people working together on a set of goals for a deliberate purpose. Each individual and team is measured on success of achieving the goals; winning. What if winning meant everyone contributed, not only to the outcome but each other? What if we rewarded, encouraged and enabled more connection and support between colleagues and associated? It would not only make work more fun, it will improve the bottom line.
To receive the value of a being a Generous Leader for yourself, your team, company, community and beyond we’ve designed this keynote to focus on the essential things to give in order to have the rewards.
GENEROUS LEADER WILL SHARE:
• Learn about mindfulness and focus
• Understand the Syntax for Success
• Science and Benefits of Gratitude
• Why gratitude is essential at work
• The choice to help
• Two-minute favors
• Why inclusion and belonging matter
• The value of a purposeful culture of generosity
- Your Team Can Do Better
Bringing together everyone’s personalities and preferences to form a cohesive, productive team takes work, but the payoff can be huge—for individuals, the team, and the organization. To gain this advantage, teams must:
•Trust One Another — When team members are genuinely transparent and honest with one another, they are able to build vulnerability-based trust.
•Engage in Conflict Around Ideas — When there is trust, team members are able to engage in unfiltered, constructive debate of ideas.
•Commit to Decisions — When team members are able to offer opinions and debate ideas, they will be more likely to commit to decisions.
•Hold One Another Accountable — When everyone is committed to a clear plan of action, they will be more willing to hold one another accountable.
•Focus on Achieving Collective Results — The ultimate goal of building greater trust, conflict, commitment, and accountability is one thing:the achievement of results.
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- The Story of Success: How Perception is Reality
- The 5 Degree Principle: How Small Changes Lead to Big Results
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