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Transform from manager to leader with 9 questions every Monday

When: Thursday, Jan. 23rd
From 11 AM till Noon
Where: Webinar: Available at your computer
Contact: Denise McMahan

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James Robbins is a consultant and professional speaker who helps organizations increase productivity and decrease employee turnover.


By weaving his own tales of adventure into thought-provoking presentations on leadership, James equips managers to lead with excellence.


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Are you getting the best out of your staff?

Many leaders are bogged down with managerial tasks that prevent them from pursuing true leadership. In all leadership, three truths apply:

  1. Your job is to help your people be as successful as they can in order to produce results.
  2. You carry great responsibility.
  3. Leadership takes practice.

Nine needs

If you address the nine needs (four primary and five secondary) of your people, you will increase your leadership potential and the performance of your staff. The primary needs include care, mastery, recognition and purpose. The secondary needs are autonomy, growth, connection, play and model.

Short on time?

James Robbins, author of Nine Minutes on Monday, helps you address all these needs with a question for each. You can ask yourself these questions every Monday morning to set your leadership priorities.

Join us!

Join CausePlanet founder and publisher Denise McMahan for a lively discussion about how to transform your leadership with author James Robbins. Questions in this interview will touch on the book's following highlights:

  • Leverage the Nine-Minute exercise in order to focus on your leadership priorities no matter how busy you are.
  • Understand the importance of mastery and how managing "flow" can optimize your employees' job satisfaction and performance.
  • Explore staff motivation and why one form of recognition is surprisingly more effective yet still infrequently used.
  • Discover which aspect of a job will decrease the number of sick days and turnover among your staff.


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This live author interview and member access to the entire CausePlanet library of nonprofit leadership information is made possible through a generous grant from the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Louisiana Foundation. 

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